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Recent Hollywood Hills reviews

  • A Heavenly Holiday in the City of Angels!

    "We had an unforgettable time on our 1st trip to LA. Alexis is a great person host and a new found friend. Her place is like something from a great home magazine! A 1930's silent movie star built this amazing home. Meeting Alexis was one of the many highlights of our time in LA. Saw incredible views at nearby Mulholland Drive. Breakfast on Sunset Blvd. Cruised Hollywood Blvd. We visited the Nethercutt Museum. It is free and they have over 250 antique , mint condition cars. We are lovers of history, especially church history and Los Angeles is rich in church history! We visited 312 Azusa St in Downtown LA. A historic sign is all that is there now, but a long time ago, world history was made when William Seymour, a one- eyed black man from Louisiana who prayed 5 hours a day came to town preaching about a first century blessing known as the baptism of the Holy Spirit (Acts chapter 2). An outpouring of this fiery baptism sparked the Azusa Street Revival there in 1906. The Revival broke down racial and denominational barriers. People came from around the world. The modern day Pentecostal/Charismatic movement was born there and has spread around the world. According to Wikipedia there are 500 million Pentecostal/Charismatic believers in the world today and it started in an old run down livery stable in downtown LA! As lovers of church history we also decided to visit another place in LA where history was made. The heritage center at Angelus Temple. Aimee Semple McPherson was a young woman who left for China as a missionary with her husband when they were newlyweds. Sadly, her husband died in China, leaving her a single mother. Urged on by a power greater than the adversity she faced, she traveled to LA and held religious revival meetings. By 1923, she had built debt free the 5,300 seat Angelus Temple. A very amazing achievement since women did not have the right to vote until 1920! Like William Seymour, she preached the Pentecostal Blessing. Sister Aimee and Brother Seymour are not very famous in secular society because of a modern day prejudice against religion, but their lives left behind a Godly trail blazed by true pioneers who brought water to the desert in a different kind of drought. So, LA, what will be your answer to these pioneers who built in your city a legacy that will endure into Eternity? They still call to you to step out into the unknown, where God truly dwells. Come to LA!"
    Guest: Lloyd C. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 21, 2016
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  • Cozy and comfy with class

    "The tree house was a great and quiet getaway just minutes from the hustle and bustle of LA. I had access to everything I needed and felt right at home. Elmar was a gracious host!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 3, 2016
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  • Amazing Property with an Amazing Location

    "This property lives up to it's description. Every little detail of the house is not overlooked, and it is the perfect time warp to a rad Hollywood past. The location is perfect for any Los Angeles trip, and the management is very attentive and welcoming. We loved our stay."
    Guest: Randall A. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 4, 2016
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  • Hollywood hideaway

    "The home is in a great spot within walking distance to Hollywood activities and public transport. Both the train system and the airport bus drop you just a few blocks away. It is off the major streets so it is pretty quiet. The owner was friendly and quick to respond. Good wifi and cable TV. Comfy beds. Very nice stay."
    Guest: Paul L. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 4, 2017
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