Venice Beach Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Apartment, Studio, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2)
This is a newly remodeled unit located in a quiet central Venice neighbor hood. There is a Queen bed with memory foam mattress and individual reading lights. 600 count sheets are provided.
There is a seating area with a love seat for two. Dining area and a complete kitchen. Outdoor Patio. Marina del Rey is close by as is Santa Monica. Abbott Kinney Blvd. is right next door. Good restaurants and a hot bar scene are within walking distance.
Owners, who live right next door are friendly and very willing to help you experience a great visit to Los Angles in general and Venice Beach in particular.
No Smoking, Please.
Keywords: Bedroom Suite
- pets considered
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
8/11/14 - 8/20/14
It's with a heavy heart we say goodbye ( for now ) to the HOTEL 508, We've had a wonderful stay here in Venice! Thank you Frank & Sandy for being the best hosts we could've imagined. We will definitely recommend you to everyone traveling to the area!
Much love! xoxo Elin & Emma SWEDEN
We are your hosts. Sandy Toshiyuki and the husband Frank Soracco. Frank has lived in Venice since 1969 and I have lived here since we married in 1979. We worked at a restaurant we owned in Marina del Rey for many years. We gave up day to day management recently but we still keep our hand in a bit. However we can still make a great Martini. Our Vacation rental is a Father in Law unit, in our house, where my dad lived for 8 years until he died in 2004. After he died Frank remodeled the unit as a guest room for friends an relatives. When so few came to visit and Frank couldn't stand having an idle asset so when friends told him about VRBO, he joined up. Having HOTEL 508 next door has been a great joy for us as we have met many wonderful people from all over the world and we look forward to meeting many more.
When I first moved to Southern California in 1969 to open a restaurant with my bother Peter I rented an apartment in the Venice Canals. Two years later when the landlord raise my rent to what I thought was an amount that might cover a mortgage payment I went house hunting. Venice was an almost slum back in those days and prices were cheep. Venice is now one of the hippest neighbor hoods in LA.
We live here all the time and never go on vacation for a change of climate only for a change of scenery.