Shopping in Los Angeles
This is where local Airbnb hosts say to go in search of local treasures and trends.
Best of the best
471 local Airbnb hosts recommend
You can't actually get to the Hollywood sign, as it is situated on a tightly guarded and fenced in property, however you can hike around and above it for a close view. There are miles of hiking tra... read more
938 local Airbnb hosts recommend
Most popular mall in LA. Adjacent to the Farmer's Markets. Only 10 years old, but looks like an outdoor town square with a huge fountain, its own trolly and many shops and places to eat. Excellent ... read more
One of LA's premire outdoor shoping centers. It has it all! Shopping, Restaurants and a 14 screen movie theater! The Grove features a large center park with an animated fountain. Its music-fountai... read more
265 local Airbnb hosts recommend
Classic outdoor food market. Lots of delicious vendors. Everyone's favorite is Eggslut.
148 local Airbnb hosts recommend
One of the last-standing old-school record stores. A must-see for music lovers. This place is HUGE, and you can get great used vinyl and CDs for super cheap!
120 local Airbnb hosts recommend
There is no greater selection of used (with new ones as well) books in an inviting book store where you can sit and read or relax. They have a side room which is an art book section - these are al... read more
117 local Airbnb hosts recommend
Love to hit up this Farmer's Market on Sundays, 8a-2p. Tons of organic foods, spice alley, local made goods, and great hot foods. Shop for your groceries, have lunch, & buy a few original souvenirs
Sunday morning HUGE street market. Local farmers & vendors offer a variety of fresh California-grown fruits & veggies, honey, fish, eggs, meats, cheeses, mushrooms, jewelry, gifts etc. Breakfast too!
702 local Airbnb hosts recommend
Third street and the surrounding area of downtown Santa Monica is a must see when you are staying at our place. There are so many restaurants and shops even if you are staying for a week you will ... read more
Third Street Promenade is an upscale shopping, dining and entertainment complex in the downtown area of Santa Monica, California. It is considered a premier shopping and dining district on the West... read more
Stroll along this outdoor mall with tons of shops. There are restaurants and movie theaters as well. Then you can walk down to the Santa Monica pier!
90 local Airbnb hosts recommend
This place sells shoes among other things. Cool place to grab a hand crafted coffee and chill out back in a comfy chair with your paper. Work on your computer if you're into that sort of thing. ;-)
Stop by the TOMS Flagship for a coffee or juice; stay to enjoy their gorgeous backyard space - with free wi-fi and oh-so-cozy couches, it's perfect for an extended stay.
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Super Target: drug store, groceries, liquor, clothing, last minute "I thought I brought that, but ...glad it's here". I've stacked this apt with everything, but should you need it...it should be here
This is my Target as it's the most convenient location. From Santa Monica turn onto Formosa and park in the underground lot. The 1st hour is free. I've never had to pay because you can get in and o... read more
422 local Airbnb hosts recommend
Huge shopping mall, Beverly Hills style. Some 160 distinctive specialty boutiques: Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein, Ben Sherman, Diesel, Gucci, Prada, The Ferrari Store, Fendi, Hugo Boss.
If you prefer a mall setting, the Beverly Center offers you the latest fashion at Macy's Bloomingdales, and smaller outfits like H&M and American Eagle. Also housed here are high-end designers, and... read more
Beverly Center is a monolithic eight story structure located at the edge of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, California. Premier fashion destination with 100 distinctive specialty boutiques.
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Great neighborhood bookstore. They have readings and a full art books annex. Wonderful place to unplug and strike up a face-to-face conversations with a local.
Beautiful, independant bookstore. They do their job so well they actually EXPANDED with the annex next door. Oh , and there is a tree in the middle and a resident cat.
Unique bookstore with incredibly knowledgeable staff and all kinds of books you can't find at a big retailer. Beautiful and serene atmosphere with local cat!
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Charming shopping village features colorful boardwalk shops & restaurants amid scenic harbor views.
A charming shopping village with dozens of restaurants, boardwalk shops, a carousel, carnival games, segway and bike rentals, and harbor cruises.
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Biggest tourist destination for THE Hollywood experience. Chinese Mann & Kodak Theatres, Ripley's Believe It or Not, Hollywood Star Walk, Jimmy Kimmel show, Madame Tussaud Wax Museum, +Retail stores!!
The tourist center of LA is just blocks away. The Dolby Theatre (home to Academy Awards & Cirque du Soleil), Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Chinese Theatre, El Capitan... read more
114 local Airbnb hosts recommend
Absolute fabulous sandwich shop and a great place to get European beer. Nice outside tables to sit outside and chat and have a bite.
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This Flea Market happens every Sunday at Fairfax and Melrose...good food, antiques, vintage wares and people watching!
Fabulous and fun city flea market every Sunday from 9am - 5pm. This is the one flea market you can go to at 2pm and still see stuff. Great people watching, walkable and not overwhelming.
32 local Airbnb hosts recommend
Movie Theater, Restaurants, Shopping, Coffee, Frozen Yogurt and the World Largest Rolex Clock...just a cool, fun place to hang out... and great for kids to...
Great higher end shopping area. Has grocery store, movie theaters, Starbucks, and more. Great outdoor area too with water fountains and gardens.
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Great trendy coffee shop wth sandwiches, pastries chocolates and a motorcycle boutique. Outdoor and indoor seating. A popular trendy local hang out- especially with film industry types and actors.
Great place to grab a coffee (serving Vittoria Coffee and Venice Cold Brew) and observe the local Venice scene. The shop also displays the latest Deus equipment and apparel, focused on custom motor... read more
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Fun shopping spot, with expensive but very trendy clothes; that said, really good deals in the gift shop + a very nice restaurant and cafe. A favorite celebrity hot spot.
It's absolutely impossible to list all the great shopping in this neighborhood. I started with Fred Segal, because it's nationally known for setting trends. Nearby are countless clothing boutiques... read more
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Silver Lake Wine is undoubtedly the best place in the neighborhood to purchase a bottle of vino. But in line with the social vibe of the neighborhood, the favorite wine shops offers a variety of in... read more
Silverlake Wine is a hip wine and spirits shop near the reservoir, but more importantly they have a tasting bar in the store where weekly tastings take place. These are really popular and a total s... read more
This wine store hosts tasting events on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays....a great place to stop by for a wine flight. Its and incredibly social and packed house...especially on Thursdays.
178 local Airbnb hosts recommend
Great outdoor mall with tons of cute shops and restaurants. A trolley that runs throughout and dancing water fountains give the Americana a fantastic atmosphere!
Food, shopping, entertainment! There is a big movie theater, fountains, outdoor walking areas and a lot of great food including sushi, Italian, steak, and dumplings! An easy walk from our place.Fo... read more
61 local Airbnb hosts recommend
Big, inexpensive department store for shopping and household needs. 1 block from 7th/Metro station on Red/Purple lines. Open until midnight.
Food court and shopping mall, target, victoria's secret, bath and body works, sports chalet and more.
Target is located in a small shopping mall. There's also a cupcake store (Sprinkle), a Zara, a Victoria's Secret, and a fancy food court.
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We love this store for gifts and things Japanese. Also have cooking classes and wood carving classes in the back- very fun. Book before you come- gets full fast!
Tortoise is a very hip store on Abbot Kinney that sells specialty design goods from Japan. Every object in the store, down to the smallest item, is a work of art.
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This whole neighborhood - Sunset Junction - has great shopping - unique boutiques and thrift stores. Mohawk General Store has a great selection of small designer clothes for men and women.
If you're looking for local shopping you can start by a coffee at Intelligencia and crossing the street to visit the Mohawk General Store. It's a curated shop with everything from selected clothing... read more
Mohawk General is a well-curated boutique, it's pricey but they have beautiful items. There are two shops, one in Silver Lake at Sunset Junction, and the other in Old Pasadena.
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The Biggest Giant Supermarket in the US Great place to buy in bulk. I dont think they are necessary cheaper, just bigger. Dont go on a saturday, its crazy busy.
Costco is a Costso. Best gas price. Good wine selection. High quality fruit & vegetable. (You have to be a member.)
Probably the best Costco in the US. Saw an original Picasso for sale there once. Go for the wine and cheese selection.
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Most famous flea market - second Sunday of every month. It's massive you could never get through the entire thing. Go early to beat the heat and get dibs on the best stuff!
The big daddy of all LA flea markets, Rose Bowl in Pasadena features over 2,500 vendors selling everything from antiques and collectibles to furniture and crafts. Second Sunday every month
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Everything a bookstore should be! Plus it has a sidewalk coffee cafe for people watching, great newsstand, superb movie theater next door and terrific flan across the street at the Mexican restaurant.
Finest and oldest bookstore in Pasadena. Thriving Laemelle movie house next door, Blaze Pizza next to that, Pasadena Playhouse, Zona Rosa coffee. Walk there!! Only 7 blocks.
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City walk is a great place to see if you are exploring Los Angeles. It has a huge movie theater, plenty of places to shop, numerous restaurants, and the Universal Studios amusement park right next ... read more
Universal City Walk are the entertainment and retail districts located adjacent to the theme parks of Universal Parks & Resorts. High-energy hub of shops, eateries & nightclubs plus entertainment s... read more
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If you like seafood and being down by the water the Ports O' Call is perfect for that craving. Just a 15 min drive from Bungalow Des Artiste over the Vincent Thomas Bridge into San Pedro.
Great place to go. Visit tourist shops, take a harbor cruise, select fresh seafood and have it prepared the way you like it--enjoy with live mariachi music and sangria.
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Our go-to store for anything needed day or night. They are friendly, have self-check-out, and it's open 24 hours!
Pharmacy and basic necessities closest to the house: shampoo, medication, etc.
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If you're into funky books, oddities or vintage american culture this place is for you. Have a burger at Umami and stop by here after
World's craziest gift shop! All sorts of weird and rare novelties here. They have their own art gallery with super high-quality, dark and bizarre works. Come just to look or to buy excellent gifts
Wacko / Soap Plant is a really unique store with lots of gifts, knick knacks, coffee table books and oddities. They also have an edgy art gallery showing local artists.