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Guest suite in Los Angeles
Hollywood Hills Jetliner Views / Privacy / Luxury Amenities
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE VIEW at STUDIO 1080, a perfect Hollywood Hills getaway that’s 1080 feet above sea level. Daydream while enjoying your jetliner vistas over the city. Work from huge glass desk & speedy Wi-Fi for remote biz deals. High-end, high-tech amenities & creature comforts galore: Espresso machine, dishwasher, dedicated HVAC system, AT&T fiber internet, 55" 4K Smart TV w/ SONOS surround system. Let Alexa set the mood: Simple voice commands control lighting, ambient sounds or streamed music & automated blackout shades. Heated bathroom floor & comfy raised bed ensure total relaxation. STUDIO 1080 is at the top of a steep hill with 11 acres of undeveloped Laurel Canyon wilderness just below your window. Watch the hawks circle and soar. Sometimes the Goodyear Blimp floats by the window. Perched in the Hollywood Hills, you're close to either the city or San Fernando Valley, with Hollywood, West Hollywood, Universal Studios and Beverly Hills all nearby. GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD! There's a great neighborhood walking loop just outside your door. A 20-minute walk on the loop is approximately one mile. I'm available when you need me. You're adjacent to Stones Throw, my home, but thanks to your separate entrance from the street and driveway areas, we may not see each other. Rest assured, I'll respond to any questions STAY AT THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN! 1080 feet above sea level & eye level with the tallest building in LA. Country living in the midst of the city. Hike with celebrities in Runyon Canyon, tour Universal, shop in Beverly Hills, or Uber your way to nightlife in WeHo or Sunset Strip. Being on top of the world means you need to get here & our quaint Laurel Canyon roads can be narrow, curvy & often slow with traffic. Please consult the WAZE app for live traffic & route info to 2192 Beech Knoll Road, LA. The lyrics to the song "Nobody Walks in L.A." remain fairly true. You may want a rental car to get around, but more than half of my guests skip driving and use UBER or LYFT — nearly any kind of car can be at our door in 5-10 minutes. For those who do drive, free street parking is readily available on my street (although watch for no-parking signs on some areas). Don't drink and drive! Let UBER get you home! Or just stay home at STUDIO 1080, order delivered food and sit with your glass of wine, enjoying one of the most spectacular views in Hollywood from your private patio! Please note there are steps to Studio 1080 down from street level to your keyless-locked private patio entrance. Street parking is readily available within steps of your entrance. Regarding sleeping arrangements: I think this space is best suited for one or two people, who sleep together in the cozy bedroom niche, which has a brand new king-sized Casper memory foam mattress with super-comfortable pillows and linens on an 18" platform. Please note the mattress extends wall to wall, with comfortable padded leatherette wall panels as a headboard. I personally LOVE it!! When you’re tucked into bed, just say, “Alexa, turn on NITE NITE,” then the music stops and ALL lights fade to black while the motorized shades close. The room has an HVAC vent and a small Vornado fan for moving air, and you can say, “Alexa, open Thunderstorm Sounds” if you need that kind of white noise to sleep. It’s a peaceful quiet area, so there’s not much noise, although you probably will hear the coyotes howl to each other in the canyon. SOFA BED (see before/after photos of folded-out sofa in lounge space at end of my pix): The sofa sleeper bed has a single-sized mattress with topper and bed linens. While it is functional, and I’ve made it as comfortable as possible, it's still a fold-out sofa sleeper and takes up much of the living room/lounge area, making it more difficult to get around the room -- to kitchen and bathroom -- while it's extended. The sofa sleeper is perfect for a teen or child traveling with her parents, but may be a tight fit for an adult. Although I'll let my guests decide what is best for their needs, I wanted to be proactive in describing the space and its capacity. Thanks for looking and booking! If my space is appropriate for you and your party, I look forward to being your host! ERIC
$314 per night
Guesthouse in Los Angeles
Romantic Guesthouse with a Private Yard in Westwood
Enjoy a glass of wine in the lush backyard of this cozy guesthouse. Prepare a home-cooked dinner or simply relax after a day of exploring Century City or Beverly Hills. Just remodeled, modern design and very comfortable guesthouse. loft bedroom upstairs with a queen bed and a large closet. Living room downstairs with a sleeper sofa. fully equipped kitchen and a great shower. Lovely private yard with patio furniture. Completely private entrance through the yard. Ample parking right on the street with minimal restrictions (street cleaning only). Professionally managed with access to host & property manager. Happy to help in every way. The guesthouse is in a high-end, quiet residential neighborhood in the heart of LA's Westside. Extremely safe and with ample street parking, it's in walking distance to malls, shops, and restaurants. Ample parking right on the street. Minimal restrictions (street cleaning once a week per side of road). Lots of bus lines within 5-10 minutes walking that can get you to anywhere in LA. About 20 minutes walk to the metro station (light rail to the beach & to downtown). Lots of Ubers within 5 minutes around the clock. This guesthouse is cosy, it is not large (the pictures that were taken by a gifted Airbnb photographer make it look larger than it is.) It is a great space for a couple, and while it can fit up to 5 people, it is a very tight space for 5 adults. It seems to work well for families with kids that want an affordable place to stay in LA, or for 3-5 young people who do not mind crowded accomodation.
$203 per night
Guesthouse in Beverly Hills
Rodeo Drive Studio with Pool and Private Garden
Escape to this studio apartment tucked away on an historic estate, once home to Joe Kennedy. Secluded from the main house by a tall hedge of bougainvillea, the studio apartment is completely private. An open-plan living area opens to a private backyard patio. The apartment is simple, functional and comfortable, but not luxurious. The neighborhood is tranquil and safe. Within an easy walk to downtown BH. During the summer months, guests have the use of a salt water pool. Electric car charger.
$203 per night

Stay near Beverly Hills's top sights

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Quick stats about vacation rentals in Beverly Hills

Total rentals

2.9K properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

2.2K properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

790 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

1.8K properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

1K properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

36K reviews

Your guide to Beverly Hills

All About Beverly Hills

No place evokes the image of Southern California swank more than Beverly Hills. Located in the heart of Los Angeles County, the city’s iconic palm tree-lined boulevards are revered for their luxury retail. The chic Golden Triangle, home to famous Rodeo Drive, is a hub of high-end shopping and celebrity-sighting restaurants that draws browsers and buyers from all over the world.

But beyond its high-dollar shopping sheen, Beverly Hills boasts stunning architectural gems and lush gardens, including the Greystone Mansion and Gardens and the Virginia Robinson Gardens. Beverly Gardens Park is situated on an eleven-block pedestrian trail and is home to the iconic Beverly Hills sign and lily pond. Explore the city’s thriving arts scene with a trip to one of the many museums found here, including the Petersen Automotive Museum, Museum of Dream Space, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. And Beverly Hills’ prime location in Los Angeles County makes it a great base for exploring neighboring towns and cities.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Beverly Hills

Southern California’s warm summers and mild winters make Beverly Hills pleasant to visit throughout the year. During the winter months temperatures can dip, so be sure to pack an extra layer or two. On Sundays, you can peruse stalls of locally grown seasonal produce, specialty items, baked goods, and fresh juices at the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market. For a weekend in October, two blocks of Beverly Garden Park serve as the venue for the Beverly Hills Art Show, which features paintings, jewelry, sculptures, and mixed media as well as local food trucks. Every year around Father’s Day, the city hosts the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance, a display of coveted vintage and luxury automobiles.

Top things to do in Beverly Hills

Rodeo Drive

If you’re coming to Beverly Hills, chances are you’ll spend some time on Rodeo Drive, a two-mile-long pristine boulevard brimming with luxury retail. The iconic street is lined with popular high-end stores, trendy cafes, and fashion boutiques housed in sleek, gleaming buildings. You can take in Rodeo Drive’s buzzing atmosphere with a stroll along the sidewalk, or grab a coffee at a nearby café, where you might just bump into a celebrity.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is the largest art museum in the western United States and covers more than 6,000 years of artistic expression throughout the world. On the museum grounds you’ll find the artwork Urban Light, a collection of more than 200 restored street lamps dating from the 1920s. Together they comprise a stunning large-scale sculpture that’s become a popular photo spot, especially at night when the warm glow of the lamps softly illuminates the space.

Greystone Mansion

The Greystone Mansion, or the Doheny Mansion, is a spectacular Tudor Revival house that you’ll likely recognize from many Hollywood movies, music videos, and television series. Situated in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, the 46,000-square-foot mansion sits on 16 acres and features exquisite English gardens, which are open to the public daily.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is the weather in Beverly Hills?

    Beverly Hills enjoys a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and mild, occasionally rainy winters. Temperatures typically range from 48°F (9°C) in winter to 85°F (29°C) in summer. Don't forget to pack some light layers for cooler evenings.

  • What are some of the best things to do in Beverly Hills?

    Visitors to Beverly Hills often enjoy shopping on Rodeo Drive, taking a stroll through Beverly Gardens Park, or exploring the historic Greystone Mansion. Art enthusiasts might appreciate a visit to the contemporary Gagosian Gallery.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Beverly Hills?

    The most popular time to visit Beverly Hills is during the summer, from June to August, when temperatures range from 68°F (20°C) to 89°F (32°C). During this period, you may also enjoy the Beverly Hills Art Show, featuring art from hundreds of artists, or the Summer Concert Series in the Beverly Canon Gardens.

  • What are the best places to stay in Beverly Hills?

    Some frequently suggested areas to stay in Beverly Hills include the Golden Triangle for its upscale shopping and dining options, the Beverly Hills Flats for its quiet, residential feel, and Trousdale Estates for its lavish homes and views of Los Angeles.

  • What are the best places to visit in Beverly Hills?

    Explore the iconic Rodeo Drive for luxury shopping, stroll through the serene Beverly Gardens Park, or take a drive around the residential areas to see grand homes. You might also want to visit the Greystone Mansion and Gardens, a historic estate now serving as a public park.

  • What are some hiking trails in Beverly Hills?

    Some walking trails in Beverly Hills include the Franklin Canyon Park, which has a variety of routes for all fitness levels, and Coldwater Canyon Park, with trails that offer panoramic views of Los Angeles. For a nature-filled exploration, consider Stone Canyon Overlook.

  • What are some family activities to do in Beverly Hills?

    Families can explore the Beverly Gardens Park, visit the Beverly Hills Public Library for storytime, or indulge in a scenic picnic at Greystone Mansion and Park. For a fun educational outing, The Paley Center for Media often holds family-friendly exhibitions.

  • What are some of the best day trip ideas in Beverly Hills?

    Popular day trips from Beverly Hills include a visit to the Getty Center in Los Angeles, a scenic drive to Malibu's beaches, or a trip to the Universal Studios Hollywood. The Griffith Observatory and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art are also easily reachable.

  • Are there vacation rentals with a dedicated workspace in Beverly Hills?

    Yes! Work meets play with ease at over 2,210 vacation rentals in Beverly Hills featuring dedicated workspaces. Stay connected and productive in your home away from home.

  • Are there pet-friendly vacation rentals in Beverly Hills?

    Four-legged friends are welcome in Beverly Hills. Choose from more than 1,780 vacation rentals for guests traveling with pets.

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