|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
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Enjoy this gated West Hollywood side-by-side 1923 Spanish Home/Duplex located in West Hollywood, CA. Located on a beautiful tree-lined street, this charming fully furnished home has 2 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms, a large living room, formal dining room, and full kitchen with all appliances.
You will have your own PRIVATE and GATED driveway for your vehicle. You will also have a gate clicker to open/close gate. I can provide a parking permit as well if necessary.
Easy walk to Santa Monica Blvd or Melrose restaurants and shopping. Enjoy a short drive to Beverly Hills, Century City, Westwood, Santa Monica, or the beach!
This tasteful fully furnished home has 2 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms, a cute living room, nice dining room with large dining table, and full kitchen with all appliances.
This West Hollywood Spanish gem features:
2 Queen Sized Beds
Flat Screen Televisions with Remote (190 Dish Network Channels)
Living Room Sofa, Rug, and Beautiful Coffee Table
Full Kitchen with all appliances (Refrigerator/Freezer, Viking Gas Stove/Oven, Microwave, & Dishwasher)
Hardwood Floors throughout
Tasteful and Decorative Furniture throughout
Extra Air Mattress with Sheets/Bedding Available Upon Request!
Property also available for film shoots. Rate begin at 500/day.
I look forward to accommodating your stay in the the West Hollywood Spanish Home. Please send me a message to inquire about staying here! :)
My name is Sam.
I was born and raised in Beverly Hills. I recently graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) in 2010. I received my Bachelor's in Economics with a Minor in Business Administration. I am currently renting out my family's Spanish home in West Hollywood to people seeking a luxurious stay and vacation getaway. My mother and I have put a tremendous amount of hard work and money to ensure that it is a pleasant and relaxing getaway to anybody who may be interested in staying here.
Owner/Manager purchased this house in 2011
We purchased this gorgeous property because we fell in love with it the moment we saw it and we love the West Hollywood area.
This property features its own gated driveway that can fit one car. It is in a quiet residential neighborhood.
Really enjoyed our stay, very clean house perfectly located in West Hollywood. Driveway parking a real plus and Sam was the greatest, look forward to coming back!
Great location! Beautifully decorated! Enjoyed our stay and hope to come back soon!
house was as advertised. very centrally located, easy to get around and spacious. Sam was very responsive in returning messages and texts. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone looking for a getaway in Los Angeles
Great place in a great location. Owner was terrific about helping us stay an extra day. Will definitely be back
Great location. Quick, easy drive to Hollywood, Universal Studios, Griffith Park. Convenient off street parking in a gated driveway. The beds were very comfortable. Washer and Dryer available. Excellent for vacationing families. So much to see and do nearby. The owner is very nice and helpful. Had an excellent dinner at Marcos, right down the street on the corner of Santa Monica Blvd.
The property was perfectly located...walking distance to shops and restaurants. The area had a wonderful variety of foods to eat from Indian to Thai cuisine. The neighborhood in which the house is located is safe to walk during evenings which was a concern of my wife's. The house itself was surely a home away from home-quite cozy, comfortable and clean. We truly enjoyed ourselves and had a wonderful stay. We highly recommend this home. Thanks Sam!
The following are suggestions of fun sites to see while you're visiting Los Angeles. Should you be curious about the history of our city this timeline will provide you with fun facts.
You could spend your day in L.A. at the Universal Studios theme park and the attached City Walk outdoor mall. Or you could take a picture of the Hollywood sign. (No, you can't drive to it. You can't even walk to it; there's a fence. So, from Franklin Avenue in Hollywood, turn uphill onto Beachwood Canyon Drive and take a photo halfway up the street. Or park at the end of Beachwood and hike 30 minutes to get really close.)
You could stroll down Hollywood Boulevard to Grauman's Chinese Theater and look at all the celebrity handprints and footprints, pose for photos with the weirdos who dress up as superheroes and ask you for money, then go hang out the Hollywood and Highland Center mall. Trendy and classic fashionistas will love perusing the clothing and furniture boutiques of world famous designers and up and comers along Melrose Avenue, Robertson Boulevard, Sunset Plaza, Beverly Boulevard, Third Street and La Brea Avenue.You could spend the day strolling in and out of a luxury stores on the twisty part of Rodeo Drive. Perhaps you could drive 45 minutes south to Disneyland for a day of memory making.
On almost any night of the week you can catch some great music from top acts of today and of lore at the Whiskey A-Go-Go (the Doors were the 'house band' in 1966!), the Troubadour, The Roxy Theatre (you just never know who is catching a bite at the The Rainbow Bar and Grill next door), The Key Club and The House Of Blues. An inspiring time can be had at The House of Blues every Sunday morning at the Gospel Brunch, featuring legendary gospel performers along with your biscuits and eggs!
Top Restaurants include the new Ink, by Michael Voltaggio, a winner of Bravo's Top Chef competition; BLT, by Gordon Ramsey of “Hell's Kitchen” fame; James Beard award winning chef, Suzanne Goin's Lucques, and Agostino Sciandri and Robert Deniro's Ago. If the paparazzi is an experience you just have to see for yourself, try the family owned and operated Madeo's, long a Hollywood crowd favorite for Northern Italian, or the Ivy, which flies in stone crabs daily from Joe's Stone Crab in Miami Beach. Young professionals and the entertainment crowd flock to Urth Caffe on Melrose Avenue all day long for fresh, light meals and excellent organic coffee, tea and juice drinks. And late at night, well actually, all day long, you'll find a line wrapped around the corner for one of Pink's Hot Dogs on La Brea Avenue.
If you're in need of a day at the spa or hair and makeup for a special occasion, there are many options to be pampered at the spas and salons that cater to fashionable trendsetters. Prive on Beverly Boulevard, the intimate setting at Kinara Spa on Robertson Boulevard and the glamorous Argyle Salon & Spa at Sunset Tower Hotel on Sunset Boulevard are just a few of your options.
Parking. Read street parking signs very carefully, especially in West Hollywood and Santa Monica, where I've funded entire traffic cops' salaries. Basically, you're going to put the keys into your rental car at the airport and never take them out: You'll be valeting everywhere. Even The Grove Mall.
Taxis. There are very few cabs to hail, despite what the new local law allowing hailing may imply. So perhaps you may want to rent a car.
Beaches. The less crowded ones are south — Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach. The northern beaches — Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Malibu are a quick jaunt up Pacific Coast Highway (PCH).
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Aug 19 2016 - Sep 4 2016
2 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add $40 per night, per additional guest|
|Refundable damage deposit||$400|
Tipping. In restaurants, the standard tip is 15% to 20%. Give $2 per drink at bars and $2 to valets. They should really make those $2 bills more popular.