Recognized around the globe for its world-class shopping, extravagant homes and iconic zip code, Beverly Hills is by far the most famous neighborhood in Los Angeles.
Visitors flock to the area hoping to stumble upon a celebrity or eat at top-notch restaurants frequented by Hollywood stars. Here are the best Airbnbs in Beverly Hills at a variety of price points, so you can choose to stick to your budget – or not.
Smart mini-mansion with saltwater pool and city views
This home is great for those who love technology and luxury | Courtesy of Luxury Retreats / Airbnb
Though Rodeo Drive is just a short walk away, you’ll never have to leave this luxurious retreat to have fun. This high-tech mini-mansion has numerous areas to lounge and take in the striking California sunset, including the rooftop balcony or succulent-themed outdoor seating area. You can also barbecue or suntan on the wooden deck next to the saltwater swimming pool and jacuzzi. The upscale home sleeps eight, and the array of sliding glass doors can be opened to create the perfect indoor-outdoor space for entertaining guests. The ground floor features an extravagant living room, dining room and open-concept kitchen, while the second floor has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms with hardwood floors throughout.
This affordable guest house has a private entrance for complete seclusion and even comes with an overnight parking spot – an essential in LA. The charming studio is perfect for couples or single travelers who want to roam Beverly Hills by day and return to a peaceful, cozy space at night. The many windows and high, open-beamed ceiling make the interior feel extra large and sunny. Coffee shops, restaurants, bars and boutiques are conveniently located just minutes away by foot.
Local architect Ray Kappe and Italian designer Marcello Pozzi are the visionaries behind this modern space that combines glass and marble with wood-paneling details. Each level of the four-story oasis is stylishly furnished and has marvelous city views from the top level of the villa. You can unwind in the intimate garden hot tub surrounded by bamboo and palm trees or grab a glass of bubbly at the home’s swanky wine bar and put on a movie in the home theater. Both of the two oversized bedrooms have private balconies and fit a total of four guests. The villa also has access to the elegant Mr C Hotel’s restaurant, pool, gym and terrace.
The pool area of this guest-house wing has impressive views that stretch from Beverly Hills to the Pacific Ocean. Spend the day cooling off by the pool, or walk down the hill for brunch at the Beverly Hills Hotel, where you might catch a glimpse of a celebrity. The two-bedroom space has a private gated entrance, fully equipped kitchen and darkening shades on every window in case you had one too many mimosas and need a quiet place to nap. The spacious master bedroom has a couch, workstation, vanity and large balcony with sweeping views of the city.
If you want to experience the true glitz and glamour of the Beverly Hills lifestyle, gather a group of friends and reserve this upscale country villa that mixes French elegance with Southern California chic. An enormous and expertly manicured lawn and towering palm trees surround the glistening water fountains, generous swimming pool, barbecue area and hot tub – just a few of the many highlights of the estate. The lavish quality extends indoors to the seven-bedroom mansion where up to 16 guests can play billiards in the game room, catch the latest movie in the home theater or squeeze in a quick workout in the gym.
This bright and airy apartment is situated on the border of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood in a walkable residential location that is great for families. With three bedrooms, this cozy space can comfortably fit up to 12 guests and features contemporary furnishings and a neutral color palette. Pour a drink at the sleek bar table and choose a place next to the indoor gas fireplace to unwind. The building is one of the tallest in the area, so there is an incredible 360-degree view from the shared rooftop pool and lounge area.
You can stay right on the world-famous Rodeo Drive at this modern home that also includes a separate guest house for even more space. Eat breakfast al fresco near the lemon trees in the large backyard, or dive into the L-shaped pool to cool off during the hot summer months. With four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, this open-concept residence can comfortably sleep eight guests. You’ll be right at the doorstep of high-end shopping, five-star restaurants, coffee shops, bars and the iconic Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
As soon as you enter through the front courtyard, you’ll fall in love with this luxurious villa. Open up the glass doors to create an inviting indoor-outdoor space that connects the first floor to the backyard pool and lounge area – perfect for entertaining. Foodies will appreciate the impressive kitchen boasting two chandeliers over the gigantic marble-top island. In the colder months, you can make a drink and enjoy it next to the patio fireplace. With five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms, this spacious sanctuary can easily accommodate 12 guests, with lots of room to spare.
Open the front door and you’ll be steps away from Rodeo Drive and a multitude of activities and dining options. Every detail in this beautifully decorated apartment has been carefully thought out, with woven rugs, leather furniture, shiny wood floors and gold accents extending across the two-floor home. This accommodation also includes a washer and dryer, covered parking space and well-stocked kitchen with a dishwasher. Comfortable and spacious, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment easily accommodates six guests and has a large, welcoming living area.
Lying right in the center of the action, this newly refurbished penthouse is ideal for couples to explore Los Angeles. The home is close to many of the city’s popular sights such as West Hollywood, Rodeo Drive, Melrose Avenue, The Grove and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Lounge in front of the indoor fireplace or open up the glass doors to get some sunshine on the balcony. The building’s rooftop common area has seating with expansive views of the coveted Hollywood Hills and beyond. Three guests fit comfortably in this breezy one-bedroom, one-bath penthouse.