West Hollywood Apartment Rental Photos and Description
A perfect central location for business or vacation, this one bedroom, one bath luxury apartment sleeps four. Located in the heart of Hollywood, you are steps from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the world famous Mann's Chinese Theatre and the Kodak Theatre, where the Oscars telecast live. You can also walk to Runyon Canyon which is amazing people watching, celebrity sighting, and free yoga. The canyon has city views. This apartment includes a fully equipped modern kitchen, granite counters and stainless steel appliances, a stacked washer/dryer in the hallway and a queen bed. The living room leather coach and chairs. A dining table for six and a flat screen television. Tableware and linens are provided, as is complimentary wi-fi internet connection and underground gated parking for two vehicle. If you decide not to rent a car, the station for red metro line is only about a 10 min walk away and it takes 15 minutes to go to Downtown LA or to Universal Studios by subway.
Right across the street from your residence is the Hollywood and Highland Entertainment Complex, which houses the Mann Chinese Theatres, Kodak Theatre, shopping, dining and the Lucky Strike Bowling Club and Lounge. Also within walking distance, is the El Capitan and the Egyptian, both restored historic movie palaces playing new and classic films.
During the summer, you can take a leisurely walk or a quick taxi ride to the Hollywood Bowl which showcases concerts, musical theatre and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Sunset Boulevard nightclubs and fine dining and shopping in Beverly Hills is twenty minutes away Downtown, Dodger Stadium, Staples Center, the beach or the movie and television studios of Burbank, Universal Studios and Culver City, are all within a less than 20 minute drive.
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Ashton Ramsey
Casting Professional: Has worked on ABC's, 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,' 'Deal or No Deal,' 'Survivor' & 'Last Comic Standing'
Ashton Ramsey purchased this apartment in 2006