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Top 5 vacation rentals near the Guinness World Records Museum, LA

Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay


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When visiting Los Angeles, the Guinness World Records Museum has to be high on your list of things to see. It's renowned for a reason, so be sure to go and see what all the fuss is about. It isn't every day you find yourself so close to something so special.

Where to stay near the Guinness World Records Museum, Los Angeles

Here is our pick of the top 5 vacation rentals. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.

The Transportive Door

The Transportive Door, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

The Transportive Door, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Click to book The Transportive Door now: from £399 per night Flawlessly styled, this home is filled to the brim with treasures, art and furniture from around the world. Dine under the enormous sparkling chandelier, admire antique mirrors and lounge next to two enormous tusks in the living area – the furniture here is as unique as it is impressive. We especially love this home’s use of outdoor space – part of the back garden feels like an outdoor bar with its plush furniture set up, while the rest of the garden features a table for dining alfresco and a green lawn with overhead fairy lights, so you’re sure to make good use of the year-round sunny weather. Plus, you’ll be just a six-minute walk to the dining and shopping scene of Melrose Ave. Or, hop in the car for five minutes to explore Hollywood Blvd and fifteen minutes to wander the palm tree lined streets of Beverly Hills. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

Carman Villa

Carman Villa, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Carman Villa, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Click to book Carman Villa now: from £5000 per night This modern architectural masterpiece really raises the bar for high-end homes in the Hollywood Hills. With its disappearing wall of glass in the kitchen, stealth audio in the walls and zero-edge infinity pool that cascades into thin air, we could easily imagine Bruce Wayne living here. There’s even a two-story subterranean garage – with hydraulic car lifts – for his Batmobile collection. Interiors here are art gallery meets minimalist luxe, with plush white furnishings, black marble and oversized contemporary canvases. We couldn’t fail to be impressed by the master suite, complete with sun-drenched spa bathroom and wrap-around terrace. Outside there’s that infinity pool and a garden that could be cut from the Getty Museum’s grounds. Spend your days soaking up the California sunshine, hitting the boutiques on Rodeo Drive or exploring Downtown. If it all gets too much, come back to realign your chakras in the zen garden, or unwind in the hot tub. After dark, this uber-pad has even more tricks up its sleeve, with a stunning modern firepit and a pull-up bar and barbecue area. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms

Rowan and the Junco

Rowan and the Junco, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Rowan and the Junco, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Click to book Rowan and the Junco now: from £107 per night Feel the buzz of Tinsel Town with a stay in this oh-so-cool studio flat in West Hollywood. Though compact, this home’s effortlessly stylish vibe will have you feeling like a local in no time. Wake up and enjoy your morning coffee on your private balcony before hitting the on-site gym for a workout. If you have work to catch up on, there’s a desk in the flat, though with a communal penthouse-level sky lounge and a recreation room to choose from, you don’t have to settle for all work and no play here, even when there are emails to be sent. When you’re ready to explore the area, grab one of the skateboards from the foyer to see your neighbourhood in style or stroll over to the Hollywood Walk of Fame in just fifteen minutes. After a day of exploring or visiting Venice Beach – a thirty-minute drive away – come back home for a dip in the communal pool and hot tub, then gather around the terrace’s barbecues for an alfresco feast. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

The Ochre

The Ochre, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

The Ochre, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Click to book The Ochre now: from £125 per night Centrally located near the heart of Hollywood's action, this home is a quiet retreat in a lively town. You’ll be a quick ten-minute walk from Hollywood Boulevard and the walk of fame, a six-minute drive from fabulous Thai food in Thai town and a fifteen-minute drive from the sprawling Griffith Park and its many trails. Back at home, this comfortable apartment is well-appointed, with kitchen appliances for easy meals in, a bright bedroom and a living room complete with a fireplace for chillier evenings. Our favorite spot though has got to be the building’s fabulous roof terrace. We believe it's the perfect spot both for entertaining and your morning yoga routine. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 2 Bathrooms

The Carling

The Carling, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

The Carling, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Click to book The Carling now: from £475 per night This home has a whole lot of character - with original features such as the hardwood floors and arched alleyways. It's never been used for a rental property before, but you can expect it to feel loved and lived in. That's probably what gives it all its charm. Our favourite part though is its immediate neighbourhood - being steps away from Melrose means you'll never run out of spots to check out. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom

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