|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
This 1920’s Spanish apartment is a gem in the middle of Hollywood/Los Feliz’s best neighborhood. It's in the thick of it, but just removed enough to still be quiet and safe. Live the Hollywood experience at the foot of the Hollywood hills with a view of the Griffith Observatory from the street. Not only is this unique place sun-drenched and private, but it puts you in walking distance to Los Feliz village with its boutiques, restaurants, and theatres. You are steps from Griffith Park, the Metro Red Line, all major bus lines to downtown, Beverly Hills, Silver Lake, and Santa Monica. One half block above Hollywood Blvd with its shops and nightclubs, you are living in the midst of all the major Hollywood attractions. The entrance to the 101 freeway which takes you to downtown, the Valley, Universal, Disney, or to the beach, is only blocks away.
This pristine chauffeur’s apartment was renovated to be a short-term rental. You are not staying in someone’s apartment. As a result it is equipped and designed to be comfortable for four nights or for a four-month business stay. Set back a half-block from the street with its own private entrance overlooking the motor court of a 1920’s fourplex, you have complete autonomy . The other tenants of the complex are all professionals: an actor, director, stylist and landscape architect. The unit is on the second floor with windows on three sides so it stays light and breezy year-round. Below you is an enclosed garage designated for your own use. The bedroom has a queen platform bed. In the living room is a fold out bed and there is a fold out foam mat stored in the closet for an extra guest.
Hardwood floors, high ceilings, built-ins, an extra large tub, a washer and dryer( inside the unit), a 32” Sony TV and DVD, WiFi, original art, a newly equipped eat-in kitchen, pet friendliness, onsite manager , are some of the reasons that this newly remade apartment will work for you whether you're coming to town to sightsee or do business in the nearby studios ( Paramount, Warners, Raleigh, Sunset Gower) or for the hospitals (Childrens, Kaiser. Presbyterian, Cedars).
I manage this lovely apartment.
Central to everything!
We spent 2 weeks here during the holidays and loved it. This apartment is so cute and Old Hollywood! Everything was spotless and the location was perfect. We loved walking at Griffith Park during our stay. Shannon was very nice and great to work with.
We loved staying in this apartment while visiting LA. It perfectly met our needs for our trip. We will definitely be staying here again the next time we're in LA.
Cozy apartment, with fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities. Photographs and description are accurate. Comfortable bed.
Great place! Very comfortable and well appointed. I wanted for nothing and enjoyed my stay.
Very well maintained and very clean.
I have no concerns with recommending this property to anyone.
We needed a place for four (2 adults, 1 almost-teen, 1 young teenager) near Los Feliz to visit the aging in-laws, and this place was far, far nicer (and closer) than any of the "nearby" motels have been.
Directions and instructions to get in were easy for our traffic-addled brains to follow, and the place was just lovely. We mostly used the apartment for downtime between getting dragged all over LA, and it was fantastic to have some space to spread out in. Shannon was really helpful and gracious (even though our one "problem" was entirely our own ineptness) and we were disappointed not to have an excuse to try out the kitchen, which looked completely adequate. However, having a pizza place and a fantastic bakery right on the corner was so easy the night we weren't headed out to dinner! (We recommend the napoleon pastry made with nutella…)
Having an actual parking space also made going back to the apartment really easy. We'd recommend this place highly, and look forward to going back when we're next in LA to see the grandparents.
I stayed here with a friend for three nights, and I was not very happy with the property considering the cost. The description says that it has been renovated, but I find that very hard to believe. The main room is a good size, but I got stuck sleeping on the futon couch (white couch in the photo). It was incredibly uncomfortable. Although it says it could fit two kids or two close adults there is no way that is true unless the adults are laying on top of each other. My feet were practically hanging off the end (and I'm only 5'3") and there is a huge crease down the middle, which killed my back. The kitchen is very old. The air conditioning wasn't working/nonexistent, so it was very warm to sleep, but the worst part was the bathroom. It is very old and small. The shower was by far the worst part. The water dribbles out of the shower head and was barely enough to get the soap out of my hair. Luckily, my sister lives a few blocks away (why I rented this place) so I was able to shower at her place. I wouldn't stay here again. It cost more than $500 for only 3 nights and the cost per night was much higher than the advertised nightly rate. There are cheaper hotels that are nicer than this place in the area.
You can see Griffith Observatory from the street and walk up to the Greek Theatre and Griffith Park with all of it's recreations. You can also walk up Hollywood Blvd or take a quick bus ride to the Kodak Theater, Hollywood and Highland, Walk of Fame, Mann’s Chinese Theatre, Hollywood Bowl, Magic Castle, Hollywood sign, Pantages Theatre, The Egyptian Theatre, the Wax Museum, The Arclight, Hollywood Sunday Farmer’s Market, Trader Joes or Ralphs Supermarket. Walk to the Metro or, if driving, you're right near the Hollywood Blvd entrance to the 101.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$59|
**For a 2 night stay the rate is $190 per night**
There is a required 14% city tax
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.