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Top 5 vacation rentals near Lake Hollywood Park, Los Angeles

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


Hollywood sign as seen from Lake Hollywood Park, Los Angeles

When visiting Los Angeles, Lake Hollywood Park 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 Lake Hollywood Park, Los Angeles

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

Old Hollywood Ballroom

Old Hollywood Ballroom, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Old Hollywood Ballroom, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Click to book Old Hollywood Ballroom now: from £544 per night When we think of LA, more often than not, the Hollywood sign comes to mind. Well, with this home, you can stay right at the foot of it. Positively oozing with old school Hollywood glamour, the house was originally built in 1927 by an Academy Award-winning actress as her ballroom, where she entertained the likes of Charlie Chaplin, Judy Garland and Clark Gable. If only the walls could talk here. The ballroom, which today is the main living space of the home, really is astounding, with 25ft ceilings and gorgeous arched windows, which look out onto the delightful garden. Recline on a sun lounger with a martini and gaze over at the beautiful, glimmering pool or fire up the barbeque and enjoy an alfresco lunch at the table with stunning views over LA. If you prefer to eat out, Hollywood Boulevard is just a fifteen-minute walk away. Or, a twenty-minute stroll will take you to the Walk of Fame – see if you can spot some of your home's previous guests here. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 2 Bathrooms

The Edge of Glory

The Edge of Glory, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

The Edge of Glory, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Click to book The Edge of Glory now: from £629 per night Perched high up in the Hollywood Hills, this gorgeous home has some of the best views to be found in all of Los Angeles. Head out onto the expansive terrace and you could spend ages just taking in the uninterrupted panorama of the reservoir, the glistening skyscrapers on the horizon and perhaps the most iconic sight of them all, the famous Hollywood sign. This vista can even be enjoyed from the inside thanks to the huge glass windows that line the walls of the property. You'll also find an impressive amount of tech around the interior, from keyless entry and smart home gizmos to top-of-the-range Miele appliances in the kitchen. However, this is one of those addresses where you can be pretty sure that you'll be outside most of the time. Why wouldn't you when there's an invitingly blue swimming pool, plenty of loungers and an alfresco seating area surrounding a fire pit? As well as that, the riches of LA await nearby. You can drive to the Hollywood Bowl or the Runyon Canyon hiking trail in about five minutes, or you can be on Sunset Boulevard in seven. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 4 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 fire-pit and a pull-up bar and barbecue area. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms

San Marco Drive

San Marco Drive, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

San Marco Drive, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Click to book San Marco Drive now: from £600 per night If you're looking for the classic Hollywood Hills home, then look no further than this San Marco Drive gated residence. Surrounded by tall hedges, the verdant tiered garden is a peaceful and secluded sanctuary. Sip a glass of champagne surrounded by tropical plants on the terrace, or grill some lunch on the barbecue. The real star of the show out here, though, is the stunning view of Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles. Inside is no less impressive – you can see the same vista from the upstairs south-facing windows. This luxury Hollywood Hills home with its marble kitchen countertops, chandeliers and designer furniture will certainly give you bragging rights back home. The iconic Hollywood Bowl and the Hollywood Reservoir Trail are both less than a five-minute drive away. If you want to explore downtown, it's reachable in under a quarter of an hour – we think this is a truly perfect location. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

Leather Leaves

Leather Leaves, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Leather Leaves, Plum Guide home in Los Angeles

Click to book Leather Leaves now: from £380 per night High in the hills, in a quiet spot that's still within easy reach of attractions like Universal Studios and the Walk Of Fame, this home has views aplenty thanks to balconies on both its floors. An example of upside-down living, you'll find the bright, spacious lounge upstairs, with its mid-century modern styling, blonde wood floors and impressive vaulted ceiling. Step out onto the balcony and you're rewarded with incredible, leafy views. There's a smart kitchen that's fully equipped so you can cook at home, and the huge windows flood the whole level with natural light. Downstairs you'll find two of the bedrooms and another balcony – just in case one wasn't enough. Great for keen hikers, you can walk across the hills to the Hollywood sign in around forty-five minutes or fifteen minutes to the reservoir. Drive to the shopping and dining options on Melrose Avenue or explore Hollywood proper in less than twenty minutes. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

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