PLEASE NOTE : THIS PROPERTY CAN SLEEP 3-4 ADULTS AND 2-3 CHILDREN. IT IS NOT BIG ENOUGH FOR 5 ADULTS. Wonderfully located small but adorable 1 bedroom in the heart of West Hollywood. You can walk to cafes and restaurants, to the grocery store. QUEEN SIZE BED + sofa bed, and a comfy chair that turns into a single bed. The bedroom is small, and the queen size bed takes up most of the space. In 3 minutes walk you can stroll and shop along the Avenues of Art & Design (Robertson Blvd, Beverly Blvd, and Melrose Avenue). Here visitors and locals can browse world-class shops for the finest in art, fashion, and design. The Avenues is home to unique shops and world famous names such as Armani Casa, Williams Sonoma Home, and Stella McCartney. Not to be missed is the 1.2 million square-foot Pacific Design Center, (a 5 minute walk) visit the outdoor plaza where you will find free admission to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) West. Spend time on trend-setting Melrose Avenue, where visitors will find cutting-edge fashions. Take an afternoon break and be part of the scene at Urth Cafe or Le Pain Quotidien, neighborhood-friendly cafes with a celebrity clientele – great locations for spotting Hollywood film stars. Or, indulge in an early afternoon drink at the Abbey, one of LA’s hot spots for both gay and straight visitors. Just off Melrose Avenue, find LA’s legendary dinner establishments like Lucques, Morton’s or Robert DeNiro’s Ago, or on La Cienega Blvd, LA's restaurant row where you will find Nobu, KOI, STK, and many other friendly neighborhood bars and restaurants. It wouldn’t be West Hollywood without a party! And you’ll find it on the Sunset Strip. Venues range from The Roxy, Whisky a Go-Go, Viper Room, Key Club, House of Blues and beyond. All hotels on the Sunset Strip feature a bar or cocktail lounge with trendy scenes, especially SkyBar at Mondrian, Boa at Grafton and the Lounge at the Standard. Or, just south on Santa Monica Boulevard visitors will find an array of GLBT clubs, café’s, and coffee houses. The fun never ends at hotspots like Rage, Micky’s, or Fiesta Cantina. Please note - there is some light construction in process at the front house, and will not create a disturbance in the evenings, but some days there could be some hammering and other power tool noise. This is expected until December 31, 2013. Please note: for stays a month or longer there is a mandatory monthly mid stay cleaning of $100.
Additional amenities include: sofabed, coffee maker, queen-sized bed, iron and board, hi-speed wireless broadband inte.TripAdvisor property ID 3803214...Read more
Left on 08/29/2013 for a stay in May 2013 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Aug 29, 2013Stayed May 2013
Yes, the location is great. Place is small but everything you need for a short stay is there. There is 2 large rugs covering the nice wood floor (shame) and they give a bad smell to the place. Wifi doesnt work well
Left on 10/18/2012 for a stay in October 2012 | SmithReviewed Oct 18, 2012Stayed Oct 2012
Very nice clean, owner very nice & helpful. we enjoyed our stay. The only thing that could of made it better was if there were two beds,instead of pull out. It wasn't very comfortable. The main bed was nice tho.We would highly recommend it to our friends.
Left on 10/18/2012 for a stay in August 2012 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Oct 18, 2012Stayed Aug 2012
I so enjoyed staying here, I really felt like a local. The photos are accurate although the bedroom is tight with the bed. It was perfect for one person and two would be fine but would start getting tight if sofa bed was used. It was lovely and quiet but only a few minutes walk to main drag and all that west Hollywood offers. Parking was easy apart from the days they sweep the street. I also felt very safe and comfortable walking around at night in the main areas. Nice and close to everything and lots of cafes close by and a market for groceries. The company that manages this apartment were fantastic and I would book with them again. Don't miss out on the strip of restaurants close by on sunset strip, they have free self parking and the restaurants have great outside areas for people watching, which is always interesting in la.
“Bijou... with the emphasis on small not exquisite”
Left on 07/26/2012 for a stay in May 2012 | LisathomasReviewed Jul 26, 2012Stayed May 2012
Fabulous location however I feel the apartment was far too small for 4 people to sleep in comfortably. The door had been removed from the bedroom to enable a bed to be put in, you couldn't close the door so they took it off. This meant no privacy.
The bathroom was tiny and compact but adequate. We were charged $85 for a cleaner but judging by the state of the apartment when we arrived the owner was obviously keeping that cash and cleaning himself or just not bothering. Not enough towels or be linen and in the day and age, who travels with with their own linen?
The service from the letting agent was good and they did everything that was expected of them. We had a slight issue over a parking permit which was mistakenly bought back to the UK, Corey was very courteous and patient with us and communicated daily to track the progress. I would use the Los angeles Guest Suite again but opt for a different apartment.
Left on 10/20/2011 for a stay in June 2011 | Flipper200Reviewed Oct 20, 2011Stayed Jun 2011
We stayed at the West Hollywood apartment for 3 weeks when we relocated from australia to Los angeles. Los angeles Guest Suites were very helpful in finding this apartment and they were always polite and very responsive when we had any questions or concerns.
The apartment was great in terms of amenities and location. It is right off Santa Monica, so there are cafes, post office, supermarket all within a 5-10 minute walking distance.
Something to be aware of is that the apartment is very small. My husband is over 6 feet tall, so it wasn't always easy for him to get around. The bed takes up almost the whole bedroom and the bathroom is very small (we were told not leave the toilet seat up otherwise we couldn't open the shower door!). Nothing really to complain about. The kitchen was great, we cooked a few times and the owner was very nice, helpful especially as we requested to have fresh sheets and towels due to the length of our stay.
There is a lovely deck attached to the apartment, they provide a parking permit for the street which is great too.
Overall, we would recommend the apartment but for a short stay for a couple only. The location is amazing and it was a lovely place to start our time in la.
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