Top 5 vacation rentals near The Hollywood Bowl Overlook, Los Angeles
Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay
When visiting Los Angeles, The Hollywood Bowl Overlook 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 Hollywood Bowl Overlook, 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 Hollywood Regency now: from £200 per night For those dreaming of old-school Hollywood, this vintage gem from 1933 transport you back in time to the golden age of silent cinema on the silver screen. It's hard not to be charmed by this Gatsby-esque home's pistachio flavoured checkerboard kitchen and the original glossy parquet floors that run throughout. That beautiful LA light floods in through the floor-to-ceiling windows, bathing everything in a golden glow come cocktail hour. Fix yourself an old fashioned and sink into one of the retro leather chairs overlooking the inviting pool. It's probably best if you're wearing a robe or kimono to complete the look. If you're a fan of vinyl, this home comes equipped with a record player. We'd recommend heading down to Amoeba Music to pick up some rarities and collectors' pieces to add to your collection. You're ideally located to do so – this home is a short drive from everything Hollywood has to offer, including some great jazz bars, restaurants, and the walk of fame. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 2 Bathrooms
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
Click to book White Globe now: from £630 per night Nestled in the Hollywood Hills, this home boasts excellent views and relaxed, 1960s-style interiors. We love the double-height living room and how the large sliding doors add a bit of drama by opening the space right out onto the garden. In an area dotted with multi-level mansions furnished with rare and exotic materials, this place stands out precisely because it doesn't. Instead, it's got a lovely laid-back vibe, and the setting is gorgeous. So slide open the doors and soak in the hot tub – it really is a glorious place to sip a cold one at sunset. Nearby, a six-minute drive will have you hiking the wild trails at Runyon Canyon Park in glorious seclusion, yet in the same time, you can also be in the heart of buzzing West Hollywood. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Hollywood Highland Forever
Click to book Hollywood Highland Forever now: from £530 per night You’ll be feeling green and serene as soon as you enter this apartment right off of Hollywood Boulevard. Cool and calming, the home feels like a retreat in the middle of the star-studded hustle and bustle of Hollywood while still placing you in the thick of things. With its green feature walls in both the living area and the bedroom, we love how this home evokes all the soothing properties of nature in one of the busiest cities in the country. The living room is set up to be a sweet escape, whether you’re sharing a glass of wine with friends or settling in for a cosy night in front of the TV. There’s also a well-equipped kitchen which means you won’t have to rely on take-out every night – although we wouldn’t judge you if you did in a city with a food scene as good as LA’s. A stay here means you also get access to the apartment building’s great amenities so you can sun yourself by the outdoor pool, grab a beer and enjoy an evening in front of one of the firepits, and keep fit in the on-site gym and separate spinning room. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Speaking Spanish now: from £750 per night We love this classically designed Old Hollywood home in the hills. Surrounded by lush vegetation and offering views of the city, it’s hard to believe this peaceful, tranquil spot is so well placed for exploring Los Angeles. A stay here puts you within a short drive of the Hollywood Bowl, Universal Studios, and Griffith Park. Designed in the classic hacienda style, this large home offers space and light in abundance thanks to high ceilings and a free-flowing floorplan. We love the eclectic objets d’art on display – various trinkets and treasures that have undoubtedly been collected over the years rather than curated for display. The living room is clearly the heart of the house here, with its exposed timber ceiling, invitingly comfy sofas and a large fireplace. We also love the kitchen with its Shaker-style cupboards and the ever-so-peaceful garden, where you’ll find outdoor seating and a hot tub. Three beautiful bedrooms decorated in soothing earth tones and boasting features such as fireplaces and big-screen TVs complete this classic Hollywood scene. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
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