Luxury rentals in Hollywood, Los Angeles

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Villa in Los Angeles
Sunset Strip Skyline View
Built into the dramatic hillside, this sprawling home is perched just above the iconic Sunset Strip. A sleek, contemporary interior is bathed in natural light from sunrise to the vivid sunset. Breathtaking views of Los Angeles ooze from the sky-high windows. In the backyard, an infinity pool invites you in for a plunge. Pop open a bottle of champagne as your stargaze from the bubbling hot tub. Enjoy a restful night's sleep in one of 5 luxury bedrooms and book your next trip with Vacation Inn LA.
Dec. 29 – Jan. 5
$5,235 CAD per night
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Villa in Los Angeles
Luxury Modern Hollywood Hills Villa
This 15 Million Dollar Luxurious Resort Style Tuscan Villa is an ultra modern estate with skyline city views and steps away from the Griffith Observatory. It features 5-bedroom, 10.5 bath, 3-story, 14,500 sq. ft. masterpiece in the heart of Hollywood Hills. It features endless amenities including a hair salon, massage room, billiard room, gymnasium, infinity edge pool, sauna, game room, an indoor theater as well as multiple exquisite outdoor areas where you can dine al fresco & relax poolside.
Sep. 28 – Oct. 5
$5,190 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 4 reviews
Home in Los Angeles
Modern, Resort-Style Home in West Hollywood
Hosted by @The_BonaBona - Stunning resort style home on a large lot in the heart of Beverly Grove. This exquisite home features an open floor plan with wood floors in the formal dining & living area, chef's kitchen, floor to ceiling windows showcasing the true SoCal indoor/outdoor lifestyle. The private lot is gated with an amazing backyard pool, hot tub and lounge/dining area.
Mar. 22 – 29
$2,828 CAD per night
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Other great luxury vacation rentals in Hollywood, Los Angeles

Villa in Los Angeles
Classic Mid-Century
Oct. 6 – 13
$2,435 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 19 reviews
Villa in Los Angeles
Blue Jay Modern
May 5 – 12
$6,194 CAD per night
4.67 out of 5 average rating, 15 reviews
Home in Topanga
Saddle Peak House
Jul. 4 – 11
$2,455 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 9 reviews
Villa in Beverly Hills
Feb. 26 – Mar. 5
$20,262 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 3 reviews
Villa in Los Angeles
Sep. 11 – 18
$2,131 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 3 reviews
Home in Malibu
Malibu Carbon Beach House
Oct. 13 – 20
$3,986 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 6 reviews
Villa in Malibu
Las Tunas Beach Retreat
Nov. 29 – Dec. 6
$3,620 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 6 reviews
Villa in Beverly Hills
The Zen Estate
Apr. 2 – 9
$5,480 CAD per night
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Rouge Elite
Dec. 30 – Jan. 6
$13,538 CAD per night
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Villa in Beverly Hills
Trousdale Modern
May 7 – 14
$10,946 CAD per night
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Villa in Beverly Hills
Vue Moderne
Jul. 18 – 25
$5,792 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 5 reviews
Home in Beverly Hills
Camden Classic
Aug. 12 – 19
$8,899 CAD per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 3 reviews

All about Hollywood, Los Angeles

Planning a Hollywood vacation? We’re here to help!

Los Angeles is an intoxicating mix of old-world glamour and a never-ending supply of new stores, venues and locales to hang out in, all set against a sunny Californian backdrop. All this adds up to a vacation where it’s impossible to be bored. There are many areas to visit, but for a true L.A. experience, consider making Hollywood your home base. From scenic drives to cutting-edge culinary thrills, Hollywood is a great place to be any time of the year.

Shop ‘til you drop

Hollywood nestles against Beverly Hills, and the iconic Rodeo Drive, a regular feature on many top ten shopping lists. Head there for a dose of high-end designer heaven, with stores by Gucci, Hermes, Saint Laurent, Tiffany, and Harry Winston to name a few. Close by is The Grove, a shopping destination for all the family. There you’ll find Barneys New York, Coach, J.Crew and more. While you are there make sure you swing by the Original Farmers Market. Established in 1934 and open seven days a week, it sells fresh, local produce, as well as delicious takeout meals.

Vintage fashion lovers will be pleased to know there is a thriving vintage scene in L.A. Make a beeline to Resurrection Vintage on Melrose Avenue, stocking high-end vintage designer duds, it is sure to inspire and delight. For those that love nothing more than a trawling through all the wares, a flea market has to offer on a weekend, make time to visit the Rose Bowl Flea Market. Held at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, this enormous market has over 2,500 vendors and takes place on the second Sunday of every month.

Indulge your foodie side

For a classic Old L.A. experience, head to Musso & Frank Grill on Hollywood Boulevard. Opened in 1919, it still serves the same traditional dishes as it did the day it started and the martinis are legendary. For nightcaps, it doesn’t get much better than a cocktail watching the night come alive from the rooftop bar at the Sunset Tower Hotel, while a drink at the bar in the Chateau Marmont is always a good idea. Bottoms up!

Take a day trip or two

There are plenty of places to explore within easy reach of your Hollywood base. The beaches of Santa Monica, Malibu and Venice are only a few miles away. Go to Venice and take a walk along the Boardwalk, while checking out muscle beach plus the artisanal stalls and local boutiques. Santa Monica Pier is fun for all the family and Malibu is the go-to for surfers. You can rent a board at a variety of surf shops along the Pacific Coast Highway (or ask your concierge to arrange board rental for you). Coastal drives are a wonderful way to explore the area, too. Taking a drive along the Pacific Coast Highway through to Malibu’s Zuma beach is a must-do, as is a spin along the infamous Mulholland Drive – keep an eye out for the Hollywood sign as you go. The views of the LA basin and San Fernando Valley are breathtaking.

Where to stay - Hollywood vacation rentals

If you’re looking for a place to honeymoon in style or for a large family gathering, Luxury Retreats has a Hollywood home just for you.

Rental homes in Hollywood

Deciding to vacation in Hollywood is almost like embarking on making your own movie. It’s the perfect backdrop for all sorts of adventures, and it’s the house that determines how those adventures play out. Step forward Luxury Retreats’ selection ofurban villas in Hollywood ; the ultimate collection of over 40 state-of-the-art premises in some of the area’s most sort after zip codes.

Many are nestled in the Hollywood Hills, with panoramic views of the city. Infinity pools, cabana bars, fire pits, elevated hot tubs, and private terraces are just some of the outdoor features to enjoy during your stay. Inside, open concept living is the order of the day, with limestone flooring, oak paneling, and Spanish colonial or Hollywood Regency decor styling as standard. For those looking for seclusion and privacy, many of the homes are situated within gated communities and all of the houses are close to many of the city’s main attractions, including Sunset Boulevard, Santa Monica beach, Rodeo Drive, and many more.

Honeymooning in Hollywood

Choosing aHollywood honeymoon is a decision you will never regret making. Perfect for couples who look for five-star style on their vacations, newlyweds can expect a limitless supply of thrills inside their temporary paradise, as Luxury Retreats provides penthouse apartments with 360-degree views of the LA skyline, all with expansive open plan living spaces.

Rooftop pools, wet bar, fitness center, media room, and spa with salon services are all standard, as well as airport transfers, VIP check-in, and flowers on arrival. A designated table at breakfast in the restaurant will set you and your loved one up for a day’s sightseeing or general relaxation. Just one mile from the Sunset Strip, two miles from Rodeo Drive, three miles from Hollywood Boulevard, and 13 miles from Venice Beach, the best of what L.A. has to offer is just outside your doorstep.

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