The Best Airbnbs and Vacation Rentals in Hollywood, Los Angeles

Spend lazy days by the pool at these AKA West Hollywood apartments on Sunset Boulevard
Spend lazy days by the pool at these AKA West Hollywood apartments on Sunset Boulevard | Courtesy of AKA West Hollywood /
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23 April 2021

With star-studded Hollywood on the doorstep, Los Angeles offers a generous dose of glitz and glamour. Whether you’re spotting celebrities in restaurants or mingling with movie moguls in clubs, you’re in for a treat with this VIP lifestyle. Check into a self-catered airbnb or holiday rental and enjoy the freedom to come and go as you please. Here are our favourites, bookable with Culture Trip.

An aparthotel in West Hollywood

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Spend lazy days spent by the pool and lively nights at Whisky a Go Go, or snap a selfie at Venice Beach or the Hollywood sign, both within a 30-minute drive of this aparthotel. These one- and two-bedroom Sunset Boulevard suites have a kitchen but you may prefer to head downstairs to the Tesse restaurant for French fare. Pink’s Hot Dogs, a 10-minute drive away, is an absolute must.

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Space for a family Downtown

Brand New Downtown LA Luxury Apartment
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These new luxury studios and one-bedroom apartments offer fantastic views of the city. There’s a kitchen for preparing snacks or why not plop the kids in front of the TV while you grab a few moments’ peace in the hot tub. Universal Studios Hollywood is a 15 minute drive away or book tickets to a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game for a night out closer to home.

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Condos with room service near Melrose

Beverly Hills Condos
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Looking for a luxe stay in LA? These one- and two-bedroom suites, sleeping three to four guests, are stylish and well furnished and close to Downtown, Hollywood and the Studio City neighbourhood. If you don’t want to leave these stylish suites, you’re in for a treat as room service is on hand. However, if you fancy a night out, there are shops, bars and entertainment venues on nearby Melrose Avenue.

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Lofty suites near the Flower District

Downtown Lofty Suites
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With full kitchens, washing machines and an in-house gym, you can live the LA lifestyle with ease in these downtown one-bedroom apartments, sleeping four (pull-out sofa bed). There’s no parking available but you are within walking distance of grocery stores, restaurants and the Staples Center, were the Lakers play their basketball games. You’re also only a two-minute stroll from the Flower District.

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Hip Hollywood hangout near the Chinese Theatre

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Step out onto Hollywood Boulevard from these chic fully-furnished studios and one-bedroom apartments, sleeping up to five people. Spot iconic stars on the Walk of Fame, watch street performers in front of the Chinese Theatre and snap selfies with celebs in the Wax Museum, a 10-minute walk away. Parking is available for a nightly fee and the Hollywood-Highland subway station is a short stroll away.

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  • Rustic bungalow in the Hollywood Hills

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    Above Franklin Village and near Griffith Park is this one-bedroom bungalow in the Hollywood Hills. Surrounded by greenery, the cabin-like home has sweeping views of the city, a free-standing bath tub, a Nespresso coffee machine and all the essential amenities that make for a relaxing stay. This airbnb may not have a pool but it does have air conditioning and a stellar two-floor patio that includes a large, swinging bed perfect for gazing at sunsets with a glass of wine in hand.

    A scene-stealing view for two

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    This Moroccan-inspired guesthouse, set in the Hollywood Hills, is adorned with Berber-style rugs and Moorish metal tables but it’s the view that steals the show. Full-sized windows look out over a hazy city by day and a twinkling LA cityscape by night – but the hot tub on the terrace is the place to take it all in. There are Hollywood views from the bedroom too.

    An all-villa thriller

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    This two-bedroom 1920s villa is built in Spanish Colonial Revival style like many of California’s best-loved buildings – whitewashed walls, wooden doors and terracotta roof tiles. The host, Diego, is Spanish, too, and on hand during your stay. The patio, with its outdoor fire pit and seating, is the centrepiece. You’re close to the Hollywood Bowl, where you can enjoy an open-air concert, and Runyon Canyon Park, which offers hiking trails with serious views.

    Samantha Ladwig contributed additional reporting to this article.

    These recommendations were updated on April 23, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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