Book before it’s gone. Great value! Kid friendly. 2 bedrooms 1 bath (4 beds total) abode with free breakfast! Cereal, oatmeal, organic almond milk, coffee & more. Towels, shampoo, conditioner, lotion & detergent provided. Coin Laundry. Dishwasher. Kids toys. Free WiFi youtube Netflix Hulu
Pros: 10min to downtown LA, Easy commute anywhere, spacious house with yard.
Cons:Street parking, many spots during the day less at night but that's why the price is so good! Dense area so some city parking=save $$
Great for families, and groups alike. The California themed decor and fun wall art enhances the LA experience. Feel firsthand what actually living in LA is like. The house is a historic home built in 1910 with modern updates. The high chair, crib, kids table, and toys, available by request, makes traveling with kids easier. Explore the rich culture of Boyle heights and partake in excellent authentic Mexican cuisine.
Enjoy the entire 2 bedroom 1 bath + kitchen and living room space all to yourself. Kick back and relax in the private fenced backyard space.
Don't be afraid of street parking! Street parking is a part of life in LA. Places that have parking are going to be double the price. There are many spots during the day. Parking gets tighter late at night but you will be able to find a spot in walking distance.
Staying in a Home Away property allows you to have a much more genuine and realists experience of what it’s like to actually live in the places you visit. It’s an experience that is much more authentic and less manicured and generic than a hotel so there are more opportunities for new discoveries and spontaneity. You will meet locals and learn more about the community and everyday living.
You’ll have the entire house to yourself and most Home Away homes (including mine) do not have maids who clean the room everyday. Each home will be slightly different depending on the hosts and location.
I have stayed in Home Aways’s in other countries and they usually have always provided more space and better quality accommodations then I would have gotten from booking a hotel room for the same price.
Wondering what the heck you should do in LA?
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Driving Distances to Major Attractions
10 Min from Downtown Los Angeles
25 Min from Citadel Outlet Mall
30 Min from The Griffith Observatory
30 Min from Commerce Casino
35 Min from Hollywood/Universal Studios
45 Min from Disneyland
60 Min from Six flags Magic Montanan
60 Min from Beverly Hills
90 Min from Santa Monica
*Note drive times may vary with traffic so always leave early*
"Nobody walks in LA”!! it’s best to get a rental or Uber (discount code ADFW7). Public transportation is slow and you will not want to do a lot of walking in the summer heat.
However if you are up to it, the Indiana gold line bus station is a 10 min walk from the property. If you take the gold line to union station (which is Los Angeles's main bus terminal hub), you will be able to bus pretty much anywhere. My recommendation would be to Uber to union station which is only a 10 min drive instead of walking + 20 min bus ride.
From Union station it takes :
30 Min to Hollywood on the Red Line
39 Min to Universal Studios on the Red Line
51 Min to The Griffith Observatory on the Red Line to The DASH Observatory
70 Min to Santa Monica on the Red Line to either the Blue or the Purple Lines
75 Min to Beverly Hills in the 728 bus
90-120 Min to Disneyland via multiple routes
I recommend Ubering to the Citadel Outlet mall and the Commerce Casino.