Beverly Hills Art Deco Guestroom

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Private room in home hosted by Randy

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1.5 shared bathrooms
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Fast wifi at 121 Mbps, plus a dedicated workspace in a private room.
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Why spend your time in a cramped apartment, when you can spread out and share an entire home? With me, no less! Live in the heart of the city while enjoying the quiet and comfort of a suburban residential neighborhood. No apartments and plenty of street parking. No parking permits! Bask in the morning sunshine with coffee on the front porch or breakfast nook in the kitchen. How about a BBQ in the gorgeous back yard?

The space
The guestroom is your sanctuary. Sleep soundly in an incredibly-comfortable (hypoallergenic) queen-size bed or relax in the antique upholstered chair. There is also an antique vanity table so you can perfect your makeup before going out in the evening. Enjoy TV, Bluray, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and 100 Mbps high-speed wireless Internet. The (shared) bathroom (featuring a shower large enough to accommodate two and separate bathtub) is two steps away. Enjoy full kitchen access with a lovely Art Deco breakfast nook. Espressos, lattes, juicer/blender for smoothies and/or Margaritas. Formal dining room and a designer living room features a fireplace, view of downtown, and 77-inch OLED surround-sound, multimedia home theater. Washer/dryer. Beautifully landscaped back yard for lounging, drinking, dining, even entertaining.

I live two minutes south of BEVERLY HILLS just off the ultra-chic, celebrity-filled Robertson Blvd (much more hip than Rodeo Drive, but close to there too if you like), CENTURY CITY, WEST HOLLYWOOD and (if you prefer locals to tourists) the newly-refurbished CULVER CITY filled with European-style sidewalk bars, restaurants, a modern multiplex movie theater, and the intimate (Art Deco) Kirk Douglas Theater if you prefer drama. Have a drink in the historic Culver Hotel where the Munchkins slept and notoriously partied (hard) every night while filming The Wizard of Oz. You are 20 minutes, but usually less from everywhere else whether it be the AIRPORT, DOWNTOWN, WESTWOOD (UCLA), HOLLYWOOD, VENICE, or SANTA MONICA. Virtually all of LA's many museums and attractions are within easy reach.

Within minutes, you are cruising the historic Fairfax District: Little Ethiopia, Farmers Market, and The Grove's Shopping/Dining/Theater Complex. Cantor's Deli! How about The Laugh Factory or The Comedy Store on the SUNSET STRIP? I am in the center of it all and for the most part you can avoid LA's notorious traffic by sticking to surface streets or rapid transit.

I am one short block from a major bus line and minutes from LA's new rapid transit rail system. Subways in LA? Who knew? An inexpensive "unlimited" day pass whisks you to USC and Exposition Park, Downtown, Hollywood, both the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys, Long Beach (The Queen Mary) and all parts in between. Don't miss the Watts Towers! Link to Central Station, another of LA's many magnificent Art Deco palaces, and catch a train to San Diego (short walk to Mexico), San Francisco, or even Portland and Seattle.

Or forget rapid transit and LA traffic entirely! Bring (or rent) a bicycle! I am one mile from the Ballona Creek bike path which carries you straight to Marina del Rey's beach bike paths south through the quaint coastal cities of Hermosa and Redondo Beach to the Palos Verdes Peninsula (and light house), or north through Venice and Santa Monica all the way to Pacific Palisades. Return to the Ballona Wetlands and allow the afternoon ocean breeze to push you all the way home. LA Fitness' premier workout facility (including large swimming pool, sauna, and jacuzzi) is four short blocks away.

I have traveled all over the world primarily by bicycle and stayed in countless pensions and hostels. This is my way of giving back. What goes around comes around. LA is perhaps the Art Deco capitol of the world. I was born here. May I show you?

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Kitchen
Fast wifi – 121 Mbps
Dedicated workspace
Free on-street parking
77" HDTV with Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu
Free washer – In unit
Free dryer – In unit
Central air conditioning
Bath
Private patio or balcony

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Los Angeles, California, United States

My Pico/Robertson neighborhood is very safe. residential (no apartments) and extremely diverse. It is historically Orthodox Jewish ans so filled with delis, bakeries, all kinds of interesting places withing walking distance. My next door neighbor is a couple -one Jewish, one Christian, and just north of them is a family from the Philippians. Next to them is another very nice woman originally from England. My neighbor across the street is African American (a grandmother), and next to her is a choral music conductor/professor at USC married to an administrator in the Beverly Hills school district, and next to them is another professor (UCLA) who specializes in Native American music. I even have a neighbor on my block from Iceland.

Pico/Roberson is quiet, classy, eclectic and ethnically-diverse with small, intimate restaurants ranging from Thai to Vietnamese, Chinese (including Liz Taylor's favorite), Sushi, countless Kosher restaurants (including LA's first delicatessen), Mexican (duh!), French, Lebanese, bakeries galore, and even a hand-made ice cream and candy store ("Munchies"). All are within walking distance. Elat, an unbelievable, multi-ethnic Middle-Eastern/Mediterranean Kosher supermarket is just up my street on Pico. A more basic Smart and Final is a five minute walk. Trader Joe's is five minutes away by car as is a more traditional Von's supermarket. Every Thursday, we have a terrific neighborhood Farmer's Market just a few blocks away featuring locally-grown produce.

Countless synagogues are within walking distance, but so is St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church and an Egyptian Coptic Church is right next door to an Indian Sikh Temple just a few blocks from my house. Talk about eclectic!

On the other side of Robertson (a few blocks east) is La Cienega's "Restaurant Row." Dining/theater options are limitless.

Hosted by Randy

  1. Joined in March 2013
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I am single and very easy going. I love music, particularly "world music", read The NY Times and The Atlantic regularly, and am having fun with Netflix. I am (or at least was) a great world traveler. I've stayed in more hostels than you can count. In fact one day I'd like to run my own hostel in some enchanted corner of the world. Airbnb is my " personal hotel/luxury hostel." Virtually all my traveling was done by bicycle between 14 and 17 miles per hour. Leaving the Alps from Southern Switzerland (St. Moritz) into Northern Italy (Milan), a little faster. OK, a LOT faster.
I am single and very easy going. I love music, particularly "world music", read The NY Times and The Atlantic regularly, and am having fun with Netflix. I am (or at least was) a gr…

During your stay

My job is to help you see as much of the best parts of the city possible in whatever time you have. So for some guests, that means helping them with "almost everything" as far as what they see and do. For others, they may say, "We want to see "this" and I will suggest two or three things they may not have considered what is on the way or on the way back. I may also suggest specific things to see and do when they are "there." Or I can keep entirely out of your way, if you prefer. This rarely happens, but if you have perhaps been to LA before and already "know everything", then enjoy my home. Occasionally, especially for those too young to rent a car, I even drive people places that cannot be seen or reached by bus or train. I've gone out to dinner with guests and we've had big barbeques in my back yard. Once I took a visitor all the way to Joshua Tree National Park and showed her my favorite trails to hike. But for extensive things like that, I have to charge you.
My job is to help you see as much of the best parts of the city possible in whatever time you have. So for some guests, that means helping them with "almost everything" as far as w…

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