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Los Angeles Apartment #100aLosAngeles
Apartment #100aLosAngeles
Los Angeles, North Genesee Avenue
€2,551 - €3,196 per week
Sleeps 6, 2 bed / 1 bath
Los Angeles Apartment #100bLosAngeles
Apartment #100bLosAngeles
Los Angeles, N Genesee Ave
€2,551 - €3,196 per week
Sleeps 4, 2 bed / 2 bath
Los Angeles Apartment #100cLosAngeles
Apartment #100cLosAngeles
Los Angeles, N Genesee Ave
€2,551 - €3,196 per week
Sleeps 6, 2 bed / 2 bath
Los Angeles Apartment #100dLosAngeles
Apartment #100dLosAngeles
Los Angeles, Norwich Dr
from €2,755/week
Sleeps 4, 2 bed / 1 bath

Tips on Finding a Vacation Apartment Rental: Los Angeles Market

Most natives will tell you to stay for more than a week if you want to get the most out of your Los Angeles vacation. However, staying in a hotel for that long is beyond the budget of many travelers. Instead, by choosing a vacation apartment rental, Los Angeles and its many attractions becomes much more affordable.

The following represents just a sampling of the leisure, entertainment, and outdoor activities available in Los Angeles and the surrounding region. If you are into shopping, nothing beats Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. Hikers will love Griffith Park, Topanga Canyon, and Malibu. Beach-goers should not miss Venice Beach for its diverse crowd. Each activity in Los Angeles can easily capture a person’s heart for more than one day. When you find the right vacation apartment rental, Los Angeles transforms itself into your home away from home.

If you do choose to go the route of a vacation apartment rental, Los Angeles offers a range of options. The best rates on luxury homes, for example, require stays of at least four weeks, if not more. Other deals can be found for weekly rentals. Prices tend to rise and fall with the travel seasons. Peak season runs from June through September. If you plan a high-season vacation apartment rental, Los Angeles will be at its peak enjoyment, but it will come at a premium.

Prices tend to drop during the off season, which lasts from December through March. Beach days can be rare in December, even in Los Angeles, but March often finds comfortable beach-going weather. If you can plan your extended stay during this time, you will gain the best of both worlds: a reasonably priced vacation that’s easier on the pocketbook. 
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