Home Critic’s notes
Film Noir is a very cool 1920s build, once owned by the Hollywood director, Otto Preminger. Film buffs will love the history of this home, as well as the area. You can even see the...
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Multiple sets of keys
Staying in Hollywood Hills
The canyons and slopes of the Hollywood Hills, which run from Hollywood west to the canyons above Beverly Hills, are best seen from the winding concourse of Mulholland Drive, threading the crest of the mountains. With its striking panorama after dark of the illuminated city-grid stretching nearly to the horizon,...
Nearest bus stop
3 mins walk
Hollywood / Vine Station
18 mins walk
Hollywood / Highland Station
20 mins walk
Local taxi and rideshare services available
All the details
Check-in from 15:00
Check out by 11:00
Get a full refund when you cancel up until 5 days before check‑in.
This home benefits from our special Covid-19 refund policy. We'll refund you in full if you can't travel due to Covid-19 governmental changes in travel restrictions. Details here
Children welcome (1-12 years)
Infants welcome (under 12 months)
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Good to know
Wifi speed: 25Mbps
3 mins walk to nearest bus stop
What the photos might not tell you, but we do
Enthusiastic chefs beware, this is no kitchen for big meals
Guests will need to find parking on the street, as there is no garage here
There is room for a fifth guest in the study on a single bed
Built in the 1920s, there are some signs of wear and tear
The living room does not have air conditioning
Since our shoot, the host has made some changes to one of the rooms in the home
Beds and bathrooms
2 bedrooms, 2 beds
Feel free to enquire about arranging those extra-special services with your host when booking the home.
Your host Mary
Mary is a photographer and you can see her arty touches throughout the home. She spends a lot of time on the road and lives part-time in LA and in London.