Gorgeous and Fun Rental Homes in Woodland Hills Available Through AirBnB
As an online source for people to find, list and rent lodging, AirBnB (AirBnB.com) boasts over 1,500,000 listings in 34,000 cities and 190 countries, and remains headquartered in San Francisco as a privately-owned and operated entity. The brainchild of Joe Gebbia and Brian Chesky, who, shortly after moving to San Francisco in October 2007 found that they couldn’t afford the rent for their loft and thus created a bed and breakfast in their own living room, AirBnB is formally referred to as AirBed & Breakfast – a nod to the air mattresses and homemade breakfasts the duo provided for the initial three guests in their loft.
But what makes AirBnB unique in today’s market is that the concept runs on a platform model wherein it connects travelers and hosts alike, while engaging in transactions without owning any rooms itself. Perhaps best of all, some gorgeous and fun rental homes in Woodland Hills are available through the AirBnB system, and we’re going to showcase some truly interesting variants in this roundup.
In the Los Angeles area, there is no shortage of AirBnB rentals – with more than 300 available in varying price ranges – and these include a Five-Star Private Hollywood Studio near the corner of Fountain and Formosa Avenue for $95 per night, a Hollywood Views Palace Room centrally located in an historic 1920’s building for $39 per night, a Private Studio with Patio to accommodate two for $57 per night, one of the best downtown lofts in the city within walking distance to great restaurants and bars for $149 per night, an Artist’s Loft that’s described as an “urban oasis” in downtown L.A. for $45 per night and many more. See these beautiful AirBnB homes by visiting https://www.airbnb.com/s/Los-Angeles–CA.
In the Topanga Canyon area, there is no better AirBnB spot than Cody Simpson’s incredibly charming Pirates of the Caribbean Getaway, a beautiful tropical guest house that accommodates two and boasts a magical, lush beauty that must be seen to be believed. For $95 per night, guests looking for something different from the hustle and bustle of downtown L.A. can be swept away to this tropical paradise…an amazing private experience that’s fun, relaxing and unique. This jaw-dropping AirBnB home can be seen at https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/507927?s=XWOIMIuT.
In Topanga, the Tiki Tropical Paradise Studio Apartment beckons with lush tropical surroundings, beautiful attention-to-detail and accommodating space for two. This studio guest house is located in the heart of Topanga Canyon for three-plus night rentals, and the entire property boasts waterfalls, ponds and a tropical-themed environment. One queen-sized bed complements a kitchen with a full-sized fridge, stovetop, coffee maker and filters, dishes/pots/pans and on-site laundry room. All this can be had for a mere $195 per night. This stunning AirBnB home can be seen at https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5455952?s=9E8Ynpws.
As a private and secluded California bungalow-style hideaway set in the Santa Monica Mountains of Topanga, the idyllic Topanga Canyon Creekside Cottage boasts a one-acre lot with grand lawns, gardens and creek, and offers two bedrooms, two bathrooms and accommodations for two to four guests. A meandering path leads to this storybook home with river rock details, while a master suite boasts a queen-size bed and spa bath plus sauna – all surrounded by an outdoor privacy garden space. Rounding out the Topanga Canyon Creekside Cottage is a second bedroom with full-size bed, patio for al fresco dining, family room, kitchen, pergola across the creek on the meandering garden pathway, stairs that lead to the creek, towering tree embedded in rock and Willow, Oak, Sycamore and Pine trees all about. This space can be had for $285 per night, and details can be obtained by visiting https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5464929?s=J7iOxO_j.
A massive eclectic home in Woodland Hills, The Grand Bohemian Family Getaway is the perfect place for a great family escape, a fantastic party or just a quiet space to retreat in serenity. This property is surrounded by incredible art that boasts a Bohemian vibe, accommodates 11, offers a lush garden and wraparound terraces and has all the amenities one could ask for with cable, high-speed Wi-Fi, a library, stainless steel appliances, washer and dryer, six bedrooms, five full bathrooms, cooking utensils and supplies and more. The Grand Bohemian Family Getaway is available for $300 per night, and can be seen at https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7618019?s=KwRcFigq.
In Los Angeles, a designer elegant and eclectic home can be had for $599 per night, complete with superb skylights, French doors and a perfect number of windows to let in copious amounts of beautiful natural light. Furnishings and textiles boast an elegance and playful quirkiness to them, and whether it’s the Rosewood floors throughout, the high ceilings with exposed beams, the five-spray shower, the pizza oven, the shower under a tree with classic claw bath tub, the goose feather sofa, the gentle flow from room to room or the antique brass bucket for a bathroom sink, there’s absolutely nothing cookie cutter about this house. This AirBnB home can be seen at https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/1069787?s=KwRcFigq.
With local hosts in more than 190 countries offering unique places to stay, AirBnB has created a sense of belonging around the world. AirBnB and an alliance of these local hosts, in renting out rooms or whole homes for short stays, has even bolstered L.A.’s economy and provided vital income to Angelinos, the rentals helping many pay for mortgages or student loans while opening their lives to travelers from across the world. But if you are a resident of Woodland Hills and know someone who is considering moving into the neighborhood, or you are perhaps expecting some company from out of town who do not relish the thought of an “ordinary” lodging experience, look no further than suggesting any of the AirBnB properties in this roundup.