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Recent Los Angeles County reviews

  • Tranquil Loft in the Heart of Venice

    "This quiet apartment just behind Abbot Kinney Blvd is a perfectly located hub to come back to after exploring Venice. The layout is quite nice, with an open design that really maximizes the space. The furnishings are very comfortable and the decor is beachy and fun...very Venice! Joi and Guillermo at Globe Homes were incredible and attended to all of our needs! We rented bikes from Globe, which were the perfect way to get around. We enjoyed exploring Venice, going to the beach and boardwalk, and paddle-boarding in the marina."
    Guest: Esther L. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 8, 2014
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  • Venice Beach Walk Street

    "We had a great stay at this house for the month of July. The listing and photos accurately reflected the appearance and amenities - it actually seemed a bit nicer than the photos. It was clean and well-maintained. Nice front yard for quiet sitting. The house was a perfect size for us - a couple with an occasional guest. I would think a family would be fine as well. There is only one bathroom, so two couples might find it a bit small for a lengthy period. We loved the location - a beautiful, quiet pedestrian-only street close to both the ocean and the restaurants and shops on Abbott Kinney and Rose Avenue. Walking distance to many restaurants and shops (and the beach), but driving is necessary to see all the LA cultural attractions. We would not hesitate to recommend this property!"
    Guest: New Yorker Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 26, 2014
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  • Lovely spacious vacation home

    "We stayed in this home in July 2014 for a week and it had enough room for eight adults. It was very well equipped with a large kitchen, separate dining room, two comfortable sitting rooms - the upstairs room had a very large TV with netflix available and a table tennis table. There were plenty of towels, including beach towels, and such amenities as hair dryers, shampoos, washing powder. There was room for both our rental cars on the drive. The younger generation enjoyed swimming in the pool, though it wasn't quite warm enough to tempt all of us! We enjoyed the proximity to the airport, mall (lovely yet economical restaurant called "Islands" is within walking distance) and beach. We enjoyed Universal Studios and Hollywood when we had the cars. On the downside, we found the layout a bit awkward, mainly because the king sized bedroom has two doors, one which leads to the family room where we all liked to hang out, and the other leads to the two other bedrooms - so it became a corridor of sorts. The main reason we didn't give this a five star rating was because the dishwasher was ineffective in cleaning dishes, yet everyone before us had been using it so all the dishes were dirty when we went to use them. (We mentioned this to Nancy's son who was very helpful and friendly.) We would recommend this house."
    Guest: Angela Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
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  • Cute and Roomy Home in Nice Area!

    "Overall this home was lovely to stay at! Plenty of room for us! Very clean and smelled good. The home was very roomy for us we had at a max 7 adults (1 wheelchair confined) and 2 small children...not many places can fit that many people. Very wheelchair accessible only problem was in the bathroom as the toilet is a little oblong however we managed. Did not realize there was central air! It was a pleasant surprise, though we did not need it most days. The patio is MUCH larger than the pictures looked...We loved hanging out there amongst the shade. We did not use the BBQ, however the kitchen was well stocked with cookware and dishes. The appliances were practically brand new and worked great! Beautiful hardwood floors, living room couch was really comfy. Lots of open areas for kids to play. There are a few little minor things that we noticed but overall the house as a whole was great. The house itself did need a little TLC...some doorknobs would fall off as they were missing the little screws (bedroom with patio door and bathroom), the bathtub jets did not work, some outside light bulbs were out however there were spares in the cupboard that we were able to change out no biggie...the bathroom does not have a lock on it, so beware if the doorknob falls off...your stuck in there until someone can turn the other knob, we managed. The washer in the kitchen is very touchy! If you stand too close to the machine and happen to graze the buttons it will start the load all over again or pause it...The car gate lock to the side door needs to be replaced, its old and does not lock...no biggie...There is only 1 small TV in the living room. That's about the only issues we had which are not MAJOR! Just a FYI...SO overall with everything considered it was a wonderful rental! The place is really lovely!! Thanks for a great rental...- Robin"
    Guest: Robin F. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 27, 2014
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Los Angeles County Travel Tips

Sunny Los Angeles Vacation Rentals

Los Angles is the largest city in the state of California and the second largest city in the United States. It has a whopping 3.8 million residents and spans over 500 square miles of Southern California. Los Angeles and Catalina Island blend together as Catalina Island is located off the coast only 22 miles southwest of the city of Los Angeles. Today, Catalina Island and Los Angeles are both bustling tourist destinations that attract visitors from far and wide.

Los Angeles and Catalina Island are both great places to visit for families, friends and couples alike. One of the greatest things about these two places is the fact that they are so close together, making the experience like having two vacations at one time. Los Angeles and Catalina Island offer the perfect blend of cultures, history and entertainment. Catalina Island takes you far away from the hustle and bustle of the city, only minutes from L.A. It boasts a vast playground of untouched wilderness and over 76 square miles of forest, pristine beaches and rugged coastline, where you can view otters, seals, ocean-going birds and other animals in their natural habitats.

Los Angeles and Catalina Island vacation rentals are the perfect ways to spend your vacation. Both of these places offer hundreds of privately owned properties to indulge in, with quaint villas, cottages, houses and condos to choose from. All of them will make you feel right at home with exceptional amenities such as full kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, living rooms and more. Catalina Island can offer picturesque views of the mountains and ocean. Or if you are more of the city type, Los Angeles vacation rentals can offer views of the city lights and bustling downtown entertainment districts.

Los Angeles and Catalina Island Lodging Near Plenty of Activities

Step out of your Los Angeles and Catalina Island lodging for thousands of tourist attractions and a plethora of activities. Over a million visitors come to Los Angeles and Catalina Island every year to experience the endless fun and excitement of the “City of Angels” and the majestic scenery of Catalina Island. Los Angeles has always been a city where you can find fun and excitement around every corner. From the Third Street Promenade and Santa Monica Pier to Venice Beach and active nightlife, there is always something to see and do in Los Angeles, day or night.

You can spend the day shopping on Rodeo Drive and in the Santa Monica Place shopping mall, or enjoying some tasty food near Arizona Street. After you’ve had your fill of the city, head over to Catalina Island for some fresh air and outdoor activities. Ferries depart to the island daily from Newport Beach, Long Beach, Dana Point, Marina del Rey and San Pedro. It takes only an hour at most to reach the island and costs between $40 and $60 round trip.

You can hike, bike and walk all over the island to enjoy the beaches and majestic scenery of Catalina. The use of motor vehicles on the island is restricted to a certain amount and many of the island residents travel by golf cart. Catalina Island is one of the most gorgeous and relaxing areas of Southern California and Los Angeles County. You can spend the day on the beautiful beach, golf, camp, swim, fish, kayak and much more. There are also several art galleries to see as well as gift shops, apparel shops, specialty shops, jewelry shops and general merchandise locations that are easily accessed.

It Never Rains During Los Angeles and Cataline Island Travel

Typically, Southern California weather days are sunny and warm. Although the winter months can bring a bit of rain, it never lasts very long. This is what makes Los Angeles and Catalina Island travel so popular to visitors. Los Angeles and Catalina Island see hundreds of thousands of travelers every year. These two destinations are known as the great escape as summer months in L.A. and Catalina Island can bring temperatures in the mid to high 80s F. Since the cool ocean breezes are always blowing, it is never too hot or uncomfortable.

In the winter months, bringing a light jacket or a sweater is enough to help keep the chill off of you since the temperatures stay in the 60s F. Los Angeles and Catalina Island see an annual precipitation of about 15 inches.

The international airport in Los Angeles is known as LAX. From here, many visitors rent cars, take buses or catch shuttles in order to reach their destinations in the city. The major highways that run into the city include I-5, I-10, the 405 and US 101.

Once you have had our share of fun in the city and wish to travel to Catalina Island, the easiest way to get there is by water. There are several ferries that leave from the city each day and head to the island. However, there are also many private charters available to get you there, and sea planes and helicopters provide additional, though costly, options. Los Angeles vacation rental lodging gets you close to all the fun in the sun in Southern California.

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