When visiting Los Angeles, The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 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 Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles
Here is our pick of the top 5 vacation rentals. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.
Click to book Pia's Warehouse now: from £200 per night This 1920's restored storage facility is perfectly situated in the Arts District and an excellent option for young couples or solo travellers who wish to have freedom and space to enjoy LA. With remnants from it's previous life, this studio apartment has an industrial feel and bright open living space, but may not suit those hoping for individual or separate rooms. So long as this doesn't sway you, you'll also have access to a rooftop with a hot tub, and open community grill, and even two bikes for hire. Sleeps up to 3 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Green Rocking Chair
Click to book Green Rocking Chair now: from £220 per night Nestled behind a 1913 craftsman house, you'll find this sweet studio home. It's a serene spot with crisp, white walls and wooden beams along with special touches like the intricate glass window. The outside space is shaded by a ficus tree, and is the perfect spot to enjoy some peace and quiet away from the buzz of the city. Sit in one of the rocking chairs and enjoy a glass of wine and a game of chess as you watch the hummingbirds fit between the shrubs. And, when it comes to exploring LA, this home is in an excellent location. It's just one mile south of Hollywood, in the Larchmont neighbourhood, which is full of historic homes and independent businesses. A fifteen-minute walk will bring you to the main boulevard, where you'll find a farmer's market and a range of shops and eateries. You can also drive to downtown LA in around ten minutes, and arrive at the airport in only half an hour. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Sunset Place now: from £133 per night You know you’re somewhere special when you walk down a hallway lined with marble – even more so when the bathrooms are clad in the same luxe material. This home is a delightful place to stay when in LA, with large sliding windows in the master bedroom and living room leading to the private balcony surrounded by lush greenery – perfect for getting a bit of fresh air or enjoying your first coffee of the day. Rustle up meals in the well-equipped kitchen and enjoy at the dining table, or gather with family and friends around the fireplace on chillier evenings. There’s also a communal patio with a comfy chaise sofa for relaxing in the sun, and office facilities should you need to catch up on some work. The real star here though, is the location right in the beating heart of Hollywood, just steps away from the iconic Sunset Boulevard and a ten-minute stroll to the Walk of Fame. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
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
Click to book Los Loros now: from £539 per night Los Loros is made for living outdoors. There are several terraces, split over different levels, with fantastic views, and the amount of greenery around keeps the whole place feeling private. When you’re out in the open air, you can hear the parrots chattering (and at night, you can even hear owls). The home dates back to the 30s, and is an excellent example of Spanish Revival architecture, but it’s been done up inside recently, with a mixture of furniture and objects from around the world. If you’re planning to explore LA (and let’s be honest, of course you are), it’s only a five-minute walk to Hollywood Boulevard and the Walk of Fame, while the rest of the city is in easy reach. Universal Studios and West Hollywood are both a short drive away, and even Santa Monica can be reached in half an hour. Sleeps up to 9 | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
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