Los Angeles is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world. Its wonderful climate, beaches, and cultural diversity also makes it one of the most expensive places to live in and visit. Opting for a Los Angeles vacation rental can help you save money on your trip. Staying in a vacation rental gives guests more comfort, privacy, and amenities. With HomeEscape, you can book vacation rentals without service fees or processing fees, giving you more value for your money than other vacation rental sites.
Traveling in large groups can get hectic. Staying in a family vacation rental can help make your vacation easier and more fun. There are plenty of things to do in Los Angeles including family favorites Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood. The whole family can also enjoy the Los Angeles Zoo or Six Flags Magic Mountain. We have a variety of nearby vacation rentals to choose from.
Los Angeles is a huge area comprised of over 80 different neighborhoods. If you are visiting Los Angeles for the first time, it can be difficult to decide which neighborhood is best for your trip. Some popular neighborhoods to stay in include Hollywood, Bel Air, Venice, Little Tokyo, and of course, Downtown Los Angeles. Book a beach house, condo, or vacation rental in any of these neighborhoods with HomeEscape.
Being one of the most popular cities in the United States makes Los Angeles a great destination for exclusive events like the Academy Awards, the Rose Bowl, and an array of amazing concerts. Having so many great events also makes Los Angeles overcrowded with tourists at certain times of the year. Stay away from overpriced, overcrowded hotels with HomeEscape vacation rentals. Find a Los Angeles rental without booking fees or processing fees. Here are some events you don’t want to miss:
Chinese New Year Festival in Monterey Park: Held in January of each year, this festival occupies 5 blocks of Downtown Monetary Park. Stop by to enjoy carnival games, folk art, and delicious food.
The Rose Bowl: This college football game has been an annual tradition since 1902. Thousands of football fanatics flock to Los Angeles in order to catch the game.
Golden Dragon Parade: Also in honor of Chinese New Year, this parade has been celebrated for over 100 years in Downtown Chinatown. Enjoy traditional music acts, craft beer, food trucks, and paper folding at the festival afterward.
L.A. Festival of Colors: This festival brings the Indian tradition of Holi to Los Angeles. Participants cover each other in colorful powder in order to welcome spring.
The Grammy Awards: Catch a glimpse of your favorite musicians during the annual Grammy Awards. The show is held every year in the Staples Center.
The L.A. Marathon: More than 20,000 people from around the world participate every year. The course goes 26 miles from Dodger Stadium to Santa Monica Beach.
L.A. Pride Festival: Over 400,000 participants travel to West Hollywood for this yearly celebration. Find top-selling musicians and local artists