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- Entire rental unit
- Santa Monica
Across from the ocean and Pier Set just 100 feet from the sand and the water's edge, the property offers contemporary design & decor in a furnished studio Queen bed Full bath Has a kitchenette Minimum one month stay Month to month Parking is based on availability and for additional fee Pet allowed subject to the kind of the pet, weight, behavior. There is additional pet and security deposit fees.Full disclosure of the pet required at initial inquiry and full approval by property owner needed
- Entire rental unit
- Santa Monica
Great Santa Monica Location! Fully Furnished Studio! 31 Day Minimum. Studio apartment in an apartment building. Comes w/queen sized bed, futon/couch, linens, full kitchen with housewares, full bathroom, TV with Cable/HBO and Wi-Fi . Basic accommodation but really amazing location close to most of what Santa Monica has to offer! - NOTE: This particular listing DOES NOT include a parking space. We have other listings that do. Extensions may be possible if needed. Ask questions if needed.
- Private room
- Santa Monica
Our 2 bedroom OLD apartment is located 2 mile from beautiful Santa Monica beach. Our master bed room is big and very comfortable with a private bathroom . We are located near Santa Monica blvd , walking distance to many resturant a and public translations . We are only 15 minutes from LAX. There is parking available on our street with a permit which I will provide for the guests . MY HUSBAND AND I LIVE IN THIS APARTMENT. We only use our master bedroom with the attached bathroom for Airbnb .
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Your guide to Santa Monica
With 3.5 miles of sandy beach and swimmable water, and some of the most heavenly summer sunsets, Santa Monica is about fun in the sun with a healthy dose of relaxation. The city’s numerous shops, restaurants, vacation rentals, and entertainment venues can convince you the city is one large coastal theme park, but it’s also a surprisingly walkable section of Los Angeles, with adjacent Venice Beach just a leisurely 2.5-mile stroll away.
How do I get around Santa Monica?
The most convenient entry point into Santa Monica will be through Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). It’s just a 15 minute drive to the oceanfront neighborhood.
LAX transportation options are numerous. Rental cars are located off site, requiring a short shuttle ride; follow signs on the lower/arrivals level islands outside baggage claim. The Santa Monica Big Blue Bus also services LAX; to pick it up, take the free Lot South/City Bus Center Shuttle from the arrivals level to the LAX City Bus Center. Rideshares and taxi services are located next to Terminal 1 within a dedicated pickup lot. Follow signs or take the free LAX-it shuttles there.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Santa Monica?
Santa Monica’s coastal Mediterranean climate promises warm daytime temperatures and cool evenings. Sunny, temperate days are generally the rule for the majority of the year, with rain a rare exception. The months of June, July, and August are the driest, while January and February are more regularly gray and gloomy.
Santa Monica temperatures generally hover between the mid-60s to the low 70s Fahrenheit. Morning skies can often be obscured by a marine layer, which typically melts away before lunch, giving way to sunshine. Summers can occasionally introduce warmer daytime temps in the low 80s, but the presence of a coastal breeze tends to keep the temperature hovering around perfect. Still, it’s never a bad idea to bring an extra light layer, especially for evening excursions. Otherwise, bring sunglasses and plenty of sunscreen.
What are the top things to do in Santa Monica?
Santa Monica Pier
Arguably the most iconic structure along the Southern California coast, this pier overlooks Santa Monica State Beach and operates as a popular social, dining, and entertainment spot for locals and visitors alike. Take a ride on the historic merry-go-round, watch locals cast and catch along the length of the boardwalk, or enjoy the panoramic view from atop the Pacific Park Ferris wheel (especially beautiful during summer as the sun is setting). The pier’s Secret Story Tour app is worth a download before and during any visit.
Santa Monica Farmers’ Market
If you’re looking for an authentic taste of Southern California’s expansive cornucopia of produce, a visit to the largest grower-only farmers’ market in the region will surely be a rewarding and flavorful affair. It’s not uncommon to run into famous local chefs loading up carts for their week’s menu alongside other celebrities as you peruse the more than 85 farm stands on Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday morning.
Third Street Promenade
This three-block, pedestrian-only stretch of shops and restaurants is an iconic part of the Santa Monica landscape. In recent years, the outdoor pedestrian mall has seen a revitalization. Investment has brought new, heralded dining options to the strip along with numerous public amenities that invite visitors to rest and relax, children to play, and audiences to enjoy free public performances.