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Vacation rentals in Los Angeles

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“Nika is a very nice person. Communication almost online. All perfectly organized. You will get in Nika’s house all you need. Clean. Room a bit tiny but comfortable bed. I slept very well. Great location just 5 mins walk to the Venice Beach. Great base for walkabouts and exploring the oceanside.”
Marek
Marek
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“The place is amazing. Every spot is clean and I felt really comfortable. There is a sliding door between your room & bathroom and the rest of the house therefore you also feel very private. Miriam is a very warm and helpful host. She provided valuable tips for the city and made me feel like i was at home during my stay. I would certainly prefer her place again if i come back.”
Cemre
Cemre
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“Our stay here was great! No amenity was overlooked...spices, utensils, pans, dishes, etc. in the kitchen; plenty of bath towels, soap, shampoo, etc.; and extra pillows and blankets in the bedroom. The home was clean, inviting, and comfortable. The hosts were easy to communicate with and very friendly. We'd definitely stay here again if we're back in the area!”
Amy
Amy
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Vacation rentals under $200

The average cost for a stay in Los Angeles is $213/night

LA Pool, Privacy and Amazing Views!
Entire guesthouse
LA Pool, Privacy and Amazing Views!
Price:$150 / night
Private Modern Guesthouse near Mulholland Drive
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Private Modern Guesthouse near Mulholland Drive
Price:$115 / night
Stylish and Close to Beach in Mar Vista
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Stylish and Close to Beach in Mar Vista
Price:$110 / night
Pirates of the Caribbean Getaway
Entire cottage
Pirates of the Caribbean Getaway
Price:$128 / night
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Popular amenities for Los Angeles, CA vacation rentals

  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Kitchen
  • Air Conditioning

Where to stay in Los Angeles

Locals share their top neighborhood recommendations to help you find the one to call home for your vacation

Photo of HollywoodHollywoodWhat locals sayQuiet · Hip · Historic
Photo of VeniceVeniceWhat locals sayBohemian · Dreamy · Hip
Photo of Arts DistrictArts DistrictWhat locals sayIndustrial · Vibrant · Hip
Photo of Silver LakeSilver LakeWhat locals sayHip · Bohemian · Quiet
Photo of DowntownDowntownWhat locals sayIndustrial · Historic · Vibrant
Photo of Highland ParkHighland ParkWhat locals sayHip · Historic · Vibrant

Stay near Los Angeles’s top sights

Photo of Griffith Observatory
Griffith Observatory

The Observatory has been justly famous for decades as the location from Rebel Without A Cause. And a little less so for Steve Martin’s Bowfinger. With the release of La La Land, which has a whole musical number here, this location will be rediscovered by a whole new generation of movie lovers. Be sure to check out the bust of James Dean on the west side of the lawn outside the observatory. Also, for real star sightings: Go inside for the planetarium.

Dana
Dana

Places to stay near Griffith Observatory

Own bed/bath Best deal in Hollywood
Private room
Own bed/bath Best deal in Hollywood
Price:$70 / night
Your own private room in Los Feliz
Private room
Your own private room in Los Feliz
Price:$65 / night
Charming Los Feliz Studio Cottage
Entire apartment
Charming Los Feliz Studio Cottage
Price:$75 / night
STAY MONTH to MONTH at Hollywood Bohemian Hideaway
Entire apartment
STAY MONTH to MONTH at Hollywood Bohemian Hideaway
Price:$73 / night
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Photo of Universal Studios Hollywood
Universal Studios Hollywood

This is a must-visit if you’ve never been. The Harry Potter World is crazy! Buy tickets ahead of time online and make sure to get there early to give yourself enough time to see everything.

Blake
BlakeLives in Beverly Hills

Places to stay near Universal Studios Hollywood

Hollywood Hills: Walk to Universal! HSR19-000469
Entire house
Hollywood Hills: Walk to Universal! HSR19-000469
Price:$90 / night
Private room with view.
Private room
Private room with view.
Price:$160 / night
COZY & COMFY NEAR UNIVERSAL/WARNER BROS/DISNEY
Entire apartment
COZY & COMFY NEAR UNIVERSAL/WARNER BROS/DISNEY
Price:$74 / night
Beautiful  1 Bdrm  duplex.by Universal Studios
Entire house
Beautiful 1 Bdrm duplex.by Universal Studios
Price:$80 / night
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Photo of The Getty
The Getty

Free! Just pay for parking. Majestic hilltop buildings, the art is Ok, the traveling collections can be great, but the real attraction is the space and gardens themselves. Must not miss!

Eric
EricLives in Burbank

Places to stay near The Getty

Entire Executive Home with Parking & Lush Garden
Entire house
Entire Executive Home with Parking & Lush Garden
Price:$80 / night
Upscale home in Westside Neighborhood of Brentwood
Entire townhouse
Upscale home in Westside Neighborhood of Brentwood
Price:$200 / night
Rest and Rejuvenate in a Cottage with a Tennis Court
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Rest and Rejuvenate in a Cottage with a Tennis Court
Price:$242 / night
Guest Suite in Hillside Brentwood Home
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Guest Suite in Hillside Brentwood Home
Price:$149 / night
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Tips from Los Angeles locals

Get advice about the city from the people who know it best. Local hosts share their tips and recommendations for travelers like you.

What should I pack?

Sunblock California is sunny most of the time. be safe and don't forget your sunblock :)

Luxury
LuxuryLives in Los Angeles

Bring warm, cozy socks! Layers are key to staying comfy in los angeles weather.

Marcia & Tiffany
Marcia & TiffanyLives in Los Angeles

What's the best way to get around?

Uber, lyft or rental car are the fastest ways to get around the city. Noho is... - 60 mins from lax - 10 mins from burbank airport - 40 mins from downtown la/garment district - 25 mins from beverly hills - 35 mins from venice beach & santa monica piers - 30 mins from dodger stadium - 30 mins from ucla - 40 mins from usc local bus lines: 158, 163/162, 164, 165, 167 & 237 metro local line. la county metro rail: red line & orange line

Marcia & Tiffany
Marcia & TiffanyLives in Los Angeles

Drive, walk, bird! You're in la. drive, uber, walk as you see fit :) also - there is now an app called 'bird' (or lyme, or bolt, or jump)! that allows you to rent electric scooters on the fly for 15c a minute. you can pick up and ditch them anywhere, download the app to scoot your heart out.

J
JLives in Los Angeles

Driving best times If you are driving in la- the best times to miss traffic are between 10-2pm then about 8:30pm onwards street are much clearer. the traffic flows mostly west in the mornings and east at night. so for example if you want to go to the beach (west) do not come back in the afternoon! the traffic will be at least an 1-2 hours. the best would be to stay there for dinner and return after of which you are looking at only a 20-30 mins trip. or go in the morning around 10 to miss traffic and head back no later than 2pm.

Naomi
NaomiLives in Los Angeles

Parking/traffic at theme parks can be very bad If you're doing a day trip to disney, you can use uber/lyft to avoid traffic and wait times.

Luxury
LuxuryLives in Los Angeles

What's the local culture like?

Fourth friday's on retro row! Fourth street's retro row, a vintage-focused shopping and dining district between temple and hermosa avenues, offers a free community event series. activating the business district on the fourth friday of every month, from 6 to 9 p.m., attendees can expect to enjoy extended store hours, food and drink specials, discounted merchandise, pop up shops, art shows, live music and more along the thoroughfare.

Harrison
HarrisonLives in Los Angeles

Restaurants are very busy weekend nights and brunch so try and make a reservation if you can. If you dont have a reservation, you can usually get a table at norah's on santa monica which is a joy as well as connie and ted's. i also like the hudson for brunch. the griddle always has a line so would try and go mid-week instead.

Naomi
NaomiLives in Los Angeles

What should I not miss?

Universal city is a must for all! - universal citywalk: cinema, ifly indoor skydiving, restaurants, casual dining, quick-service eateries, snacks & refreshments, clothing shops, novelties & souvenir shops, universal studio store - universal studios hollywood: thrilling theme park, the world-famous studio tour, rides & attractions, dreamworks theatre

Marcia & Tiffany
Marcia & TiffanyLives in Los Angeles

How can I save money on this trip?

Eat before and after theme parks Theme park prices tend to be exponentially higher than nearby restaurants

Luxury
LuxuryLives in Los Angeles

What are some useful phrases?

Los angeles = la North hollywood = noho west hollywood = weho downtown los angeles = dtla a native/local = angelino

Marcia & Tiffany
Marcia & TiffanyLives in Los Angeles

More local recommendations

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Food & restaurants
Bars & nightlife
Bars & nightlife
Parks & nature
Parks & nature
Sightseeing & landmarks
Sightseeing & landmarks
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All about Los Angeles

With a thriving health and wellness scene and world-class culinary options, Los Angeles is having a moment. It’s home to Hollywood and breathtaking coastline views. This metropolitan playground encompasses all the perks of city living: great food, nightlife, music, shopping, and art museums—plus, access to natural parks and ocean beaches. Find your own flavor of Los Angeles with an old Hollywood bungalow, Mid-Century Modern mansion, a Venice Beach-adjacent pad, or a new downtown loft.

Getting there

Heads up: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is undergoing traffic pains as it builds a new system for taxis and rideshare pickups. An efficient people-mover is expected to service all terminals in 2023, when an extension will connect the airport with the Metro rail system. Until then, expect significant delays: It could take 30 to 60 extra minutes for a ride to show up, and then it’ll take an hour-long drive to get into LA proper.

Avoid the mess by opting to fly into the smaller Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR), where cabs and rideshares still pick up near the terminals. A ride from Burbank to Hollywood averages about a half hour.

Weather

Los Angeles lives up to its sunny California reputation, offering perpetually comfortable weather year round. You might want to avoid the overcast “June gloom” in favor of the rest of the summer months, but otherwise Los Angeles is temperate pretty much all year. Temperatures rarely dip below the 40s or rise above the 90s (Fahrenheit).

Annual events

Los Angeles MarathonMarch

One of the largest marathons in the country, this race attracts more than 25,000 participants from all over the world.

Los Angeles Times Festival of BooksApril

One of the nation’s most epic book festivals: a circuit of readings, signings, and creative events that sprawl out between multiple venues over the course of a week.

LA PrideJune

More than 50,000 revelers celebrate the LGBTQ community in West Hollywood with a parade and party.

LA County FairAugust-September

The Fairplex in Pomona hosts this event, which has been running for almost a century and features a carnival, daring festival food, concerts, and exhibitions.

Hollywood Christmas ParadeDecember

It might be warm outside, but Hollywood will be transformed into a winter wonderland at its showpiece holiday event.

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