A studio style room with canopy bed, full of charms and literally around the corner of the Venice canals! Located within walking distance to Abbott Kinney, the beach and with easy access to highways...a perfect spot to experience Venice like a local!
A Must visit In Los Angeles. Close to everything!
The studio is very private with your own bathroom and entrance.
Ground level in a 3 levels story. Complete privacy and very bright.
It is located just off the canals.
You can go to the beach trough the canals, one of the best promenade in L.A.
Venice has the best vibe in L.A., very artsy! The only place where you can do everything by walk or bike.
Enjoy the promenade on the boardwalk, the beach, Abbot Kinney, activities the whole year,...
Art is everywhere in Venice. Performers on the sidewalk, arts walls, architectures, Arts galleries,...
You will be inspired by the Venice vibration.
We made some maps and guides for you to have a good stay.
- 1bed & 1sofa-bed. - hot plate. - TV with DVD. - Internet
- fridge. - electric kettle. - bike parking - Phone
- free street parking. - Towels and sheet. - microwave - Toaster
no kitchen, just microwave and hot plate
Walking distance from:
- the beach. - Washington blvd. - metro-bus. - Santa Monica Pier
- Abbot Kinney - Main street. - ocean front walk. - Venice Pier
- Venice farmer market(Friday)
Short distance by car from :
- airport(15') - Malibu(20'). - Beverly Hills(20'). - hollywood(30').
- (5')freeway US405, US10, PCH
One of The best neighbored of Los Angeles.
Venice has always been known as a hangout for the creative and the artistic. In the 1950s and 60s, Venice became a center for the Beat generation. There was an explosion of poetry and art. Major participants included Stuart Perkoff, John Thomas, Frank T. Rios, Tony Scibella, Lawrence Lipton, John Haag, Saul White, Robert Farrington and Philomene Long.
Venice is today a vibrant area of Southern California and it continues a tradition of progressive social change involving prominent Westsiders.
The Venice Family Clinic is the largest free clinic in the country. The Venice Community Housing Corporation, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving the economic, racial and social diversity of Venice and the surrounding area, provides affordable housing, economic and community development opportunities and needed social services to low income residents. Women in Recovery, Inc., a non-profit organization offering a live-in, 12-step program of rehabilitation for women in need, was founded by a longtime resident of Venice, Sister Ada Geraghty. Geraghty and her organization on Coeur D' Alene Avenue annually honor those who've made a difference in helping women overcome substance abuse problems. The 2006 honoree for Women in Recovery was Christopher Lawford; past honorees have included Jamie Lee Curtis, Angela Lansbury, and Anthony Hopkins.
Venice Beach is understood to include the beach, the promenade that runs parallel to the beach ("Ocean Front Walk" or just "the boardwalk"), Muscle Beach, the handball courts, the paddle tennis courts, Skate Dancing plaza, the numerous beach volleyball courts, the bike trail and the businesses and residences that have their addresses on Ocean Front Walk. The basketball courts in Venice are renowned across the country for their high level of street ball and numerous NBA players were developed or recruited from these courts.
The Venice Breakwater is an acclaimed local surf spot in Venice, located north of the Venice Pier and Lifeguard Headquarters, and south of the Santa Monica Pier. This spot is sheltered on the north by an artificial barrier, the breakwater, consisting of an extending sand bar, piping, and large rocks at its end. This spot has differing breaks depending on swell intensity, swell direction, tide and time of the day.
Prominent residents of Venice include actresses Julia Roberts, Kate Beckinsale, and Anjelica Huston, actors Tom Conway (brother of actor George Sanders), lived here in the 1960s, Nicolas Cage, Chaney Kley, Tim Meadows, Robert Hegyes, Mark Valley, Michael T. Weiss, Fairuza Balk, Taylor Negron and musicians Perry Farrell, Evidence of Dilated Peoples, Saint John of Saint John and the Revelations, Joshua Kadison, John Lydon (who owns a sizeable amount of rental property in Venice), Ozzy from Survivor, John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fiona Apple and Mike Muir and most of his Suicidal Tendencies bandmates. Photographer Lauren Greenfield has lived in Venice since 1972.
Actor Robert Downey Jr. kept an apartment on the boardwalk during the 1990s. Harding Avenue is also where the Lennon Sisters of Lawrence Welk fame grew up. Jim Morrison lived in Venice for two years where he met Ray Manzarek to form the nucleus of The Doors. Arnold Schwarzenegger's acting career began after becoming a regular bodybuilder at Venice's famous Gold's Gym, whose present facility claims to be "The Mecca of Bodybuilding." Restaurateur Wolfgang Puck has owned and operated noted eateries in the area since the 1990s. Other notables include actors Viggo Mortensen, Rutger Hauer, Bryan Callen, and Elijah Wood, and film directors Henry Jaglom and Paul Mazursky. For many years, pro wrestlers Hulk Hogan and Sting were announced as residing in Venice Beach as well. Standup comedians, such as Nick Swardson, Eddie Ifft, Paul Provenza, George Carlin and Zach Galifinakis and street performers have proliferated in Venice, Wavy Gravy and Swami X being two of the more recent hippie busker alumni. Political contributions have been sent from homes in Venice from the actor Dennis Hopper and Simpsons creator Matt Groening. South Park co-creator Matt Stone lives in Venice as well. Harry Perry, the famous street entertainer, is one of the boardwalk's key performers. Photographer Helen K. Garber maintains a studio on Ocean Front Walk. Graffiti/Street Artist and painter Jean-Michel Basquiat lived in Venice in the 80's. Immature, an R&B group from the 1990s, used to perform on the boardwalk prior to becoming famous. Other notable residents included comedian George Carlin.
Guests enjoy the studio entirely without sharing anything! Private bathroom, bedroom, Nespresso machine, fridge, microwave, Venice guide, WiFi, TV with Netflix.
Shared hallway with the loft upstairs
The area up the stairs is off limit, it's another listing
We offer all our guests complete privacy with the possibility to meet us!
Within walking distance of Venice's best!
Definitely check the canals, the boardwalk and its frenzy, the Pier, Abbott Kinney blvd with its fancy shops and restaurant...Marina del Rey is close by and is the biggest artificial marina of the US!
LA is bad with public transport but we are close by the little it has to offer!
There's free street parking all around, just watch out for street cleaning signs if you are not familiar with it...
LAX is about
|Room type:||Private room|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$10 / night after 2 guests|
|Weekly Price:||$850 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$3200 /month|
|Check In:||3:00 PM|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
What a charming room. Very clean, plenty of room and the facilities were wonderful. The handy self service check-in and check-out was so handy and made life so simple. Very conveniently located and a nice and safe neighborhood. Thank you Ferhat, will definitely be staying again. Sarah
Aura and Emmanuel are great hosts, super responsive and helpful with everything. The place is very nice, big enough for a few days stay and in walking distance to the beach, places to eat etc...
Be aware that parking is on the street; we never had an issue finding a spot within a blog, even when we got in late. Just something to be aware if you have your car.
We will be back anytime we are in the area!
A E F were attentive and excellent t communicators. My first experience with AirBNB will certainly not be my last. Thank you A E F for being wonderful hosts.
Sommer and Geoff
This was the perfect place for our 3 day stay in Venice. The studio was dripping with the positivity energy and thoughtfulness of the hosts. The notes and recommendations were great and full of character, and very helpful since we hadn't stayed in the area before. And, the neighborhood itself was great, we were close to everything, but tucked away right beside the canals for peaceful walking.
We had an extra friend staying with us last minute, and they made up an extra bed for us in a snap. It isn't the biggest place, but it was totally comfortable with all 3 of us staying there. Must have had something to do with the huge beautiful bathroom. :)
This is one of those rare places where you immediately feel that your hosts have thought of everything you need and put a lot of care in the details. It is a cozy place and convenient for a short stay. The bathroom is more spacious and better looking than many luxury hotel. The hosts are very nice, helpful and accommodating. I really hope it's available even the next time I'm going to Venice.
Aura, Emmanuel & Ferhat were great hosts. They left all sorts of detailed info about the neighborhood and things to do. Their place is beautifully decorated, clean, and peaceful. I would definitely reccommend them.
Merci beaucoup pour vos bons conseils sur les restos et les boutiques. Le quartier est génial, l'appart est hyper bien placé, même pas 50m des canaux. On a tous les trois adoré notre séjour. Forcément pour la destination mais aussi parce que le logement et votre accueil étaient parfaits !
A une prochaine fois.
David, Daniel et Christa
We loved, the place it is very convenient, and well decorated, close to the beach, restaurants and bars. Ferhat is super friendly and helpful.