Whether you’re booking a $4.5 million mansion in Hollywood Hills or a boho guesthouse studio, you can live large in a Los Angeles Airbnb. You don’t have to spend like a celebrity either—a 1930s two-bedroom villa with a lounge pool starts at $195 per night. Yes, please. Once you’ve booked your stay, start planning what to do with the help of our L.A. city guide featuring the best restaurants, bars, and hikes—for starters.
As a bonus, all of these selections are run by Superhosts, who each have a rating of 4.8 or above, a record of zero cancellations, and at least a 90 percent response rate, meaning they’ll get back to you ASAP. Even better, they’re all Airbnb Plus homes, which means they’ve been inspected by an Airbnb rep and have all the basics: an ironing board, closet and drawer space for guests, a well-lit entry, easy check-in, comfortable mattresses, a coffee maker, a bathroom free of the host’s personal items, and toiletries like shampoo, among a myriad other points, making it ideal for a first timer used to hotel amenities.
Source: “Los Angeles” – Google News