1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 6
- english, french, arabic
Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
outside OK on the roof deck and MUST CLEAN UP
quiet DOGS allowed ask BEFORE booking FEE applies
absolutely kids love it here, lots of play space
Minimum age of primary renter:21
Max guests:6 (sleeps up to 6 adults)
check in time is 3-5pm. Do send required documents in advance and we send you the “self check in” arrival codes. Or pay late check in fee of $100
You MUST provide a working TEXT # or find kikis stays on a popular texting app, so that we can communicate VIA TEXT after your booking.
If you are bringing a PET please don't use INSTANT BOOK please send us a message and booking request first!
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Behind the orange door
Super funky, spacious hideaway. Very cool place. The rooftop terrace is a gem. Watch out for the shower. No shower head and leaves puddles. Careful not to slip!
Love this place!
We had a wonderful stay. The owner was quick to take care of a situation where someone parked in the driveway with a large SUV that blocked the entrance to the rental, I messaged her and it was taken care of immediately. The space was clean, and we loved the rooftop space. It was quiet and had everything we needed. We hope to go back again soon.
Kiki was very great. I loved the location. Everything is close to get by; walking, drive, or uber. I had a great time in L.A.
Wonderful private place to enjoy
The place was spacious and comfortable! We ended up spending a bit more time in the unit because I caught a cold. I was able to relax and treat my cold with hot tea and honey because of the amenities available in the unit. It was hot in LA but because of the available breeze, we did not have to use the a/c! It was fun!
Right when you slide the barn yard door open, you see how great the place looks! The house was stylish, modern, and very well kept. We arrived later in the evening and found street parking right away. We walked to a local Korean BBQ restaurant that was a few blocks away and noticed that the neighborhood was nice, quiet, and very close to Korea Town.
The only snag up we had wasn't really relative to the place itself, but to the other renters that booked the driveway for the weekend. The walkway to this place is in the back of the lot and you have to walk through the driveway to get to the door. The vehicle on the driveway parked so close to the building that we had to squeeze passed the front of their vehicle every time we stepped out of the house. We had to lift anything we were carrying, up and over the hood of their SUV in order to get by (Including my daughter). What if we had someone with a walker or wheelchair with us? This made checking out and loading our vehicle a bit of a challenge.
Other than that. If I ever need to stay near the K-Town area, I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
Loved this place
What a wonderful place to relax. Super close to my favorite LA restaurant, Cafe Gratitude. Fantastic roof deck, huge living room. I hope that my travels bring me near this area again I will definitely stay at Kiki's!!! note to self-only cooking machine is a toaster oven which is fine if you plan for it (see (vegan)Cafe Gratitude reference, I'm a hippie who won't eat microwaved food but if you don't care they have one of those too).
Everything else was perfect-clean, spacious, wifi, tv, easy entry, great location...the type of place that I feel obligated to give 5 stars too even though I kind of want to keep it a secret for myself. Thanks, Kiki Stays!!!
Discover an intimate shopping district and community in historic Larchmont Village, the hub of many activities for the residents of one of L.A.’s most well-regarded neighborhoods. There’s been a recent surge of newcomers to the pedestrian-friendly area, but you'd be remiss if you overlooked the long-time favorites. Read on for a walking tour of Larchmont Village, from one of L.A.’s best coffee shops to unique stores and excellent restaurants.
Start your walking tour at one of the most exciting coffee shops to open in Los Angeles in years. Go Get Em Tiger isn't satisfied with merely riding on the Third Wave Coffee train. Their house-made almond and macadamia milk is the heart of the iced almond-macadamia milk latte, which the New York Times called “one of the finest coffee drinks in the country” in June 2014. The absolutely delicious and addicting espresso milkshake was created at G&B Coffee, the owners' first spot located in Grand Central Market. Pastries are made here in limited quantities, so be sure to visit bright and early for the best selection.
Continue south down Larchmont Boulevard to Landis Gifts & Stationery. In this age of digital communications, it's still exciting to rediscover the art of beautifully personalized stationery - and that is exactly what you’ll find at Landis. Whether you're sprucing up your own correspondence or looking for that perfect gift, Landis has your stationery, scrapbook and photo album needs covered. The helpful staff will be happy to assist you in choosing that perfect set, so you know you'll be walking out of Landis with something you won't find anywhere else.
Next, find some inspiration for your newly acquired stationery at Chevalier's Books, one of Larchmont Village's longest standing businesses. Open since 1940, Chevalier’s is one of L.A.’s oldest independent bookstores. The friendly, knowledgeable staff and a choice children's books section are two of the many reasons why this neighborhood gem has lasted over 70 years. Chevalier's is ready to service the whole family's reading needs with curbside service as well as delivery. And if they don't carry that book you've always wanted, they will order it especially for you. THANK YOU TO DISCOVER LA DOT COM FOR YOUR GREAT WALKING TOUR
THANK YOU FROM CURBED LA: The smallest neighborhood in Los Angeles also one of its most quaint and small-town adorable. It's so quaint and small-town adorable, it still has an independent bookstore. There are a lot of ways to define LA's smallest 'hood (it could be downtown Culver City?), but we're going with the tiniest by area, according to the Los Angeles Times's comprehensive mapping project, which puts Larchmont in a .49-square-mile rectangle surrounded by Hollywood, East Hollywood, Koreatown, Hancock Park, and Windsor Square.
Larchmont (use it interchangeably with Larchmont Village if you like) is far less fancy than Hancock Park or Windsor Square and more suburban than Hollywood, East Hollywood, and Koreatown, and it's defined primarily by the single long strip of Larchmont Boulevard, lined with diagonal parking, wide sidewalks, coffee shops, toy stores, expensive boutiques, dog bakeries, a Rite Aid, and a Chipotle.
Demographics: For such a bougie little area, Larchmont is actually less rich and less white than you might think. The Times ranks it as "highly diverse" for both the city and the county—it's 24.6 percent, 37.2 percent Latino, 30 percent Asian, 3 percent black, and 5.3 percent "other"—and a huge 56 percent were not born in the US. The median income is $47,780, which is only average for the city and low for the county. A majority of residents earn less than $40,000 a year. Larchmont also has unusually high percentages of single, never-married people.
Real estate: Like we said, it feels suburban—some bungalows, duplexes and other small multifamily buildings, medium-sized apartment buildings, and big setbacks that allow for yards. Only a little more than a quarter of residents, 27.1 percent, own in Larchmont. The other 72.9 percent are all renters.