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Highlights Culver City

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Best Vacation Rentals in Culver City

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Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
Vacation Rental • 893 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
(12 reviews)
Step back in time Mad Men-style in this sleek, recently renovated mid-century modern house in Venice/Mar Vista. Tastefully decorated with period-specific furniture and antiques as well as rare, original music and film memorabilia, this unique home is like a living museum of 20th century pop culture. Property is two miles to the beach. Hardwood floors, new casement windows, long, galley-style kitchen. Queen bed in the master bedroom and couch/fold out bed in the guest room. Newly remodeled bathroom with beautiful glass tile, spa tub, rain shower, and vanity with double sink. (Bathroom fan ev...
from $203 / night
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
Vacation Rental • 1012 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
(32 reviews)
Leave the cares and worries of your everyday life behind and come relax at this 1-bathroom vacation rental studio apartment in Los Angeles! Situated in a centrally located area, close to all that LA has to offer, this lovely cottage offers accommodations for 3 and a welcoming, comfortable place to return after your daily LA adventures!-- THE PROPERTY --Studio: Queen Bed | Additional Sleeping: Convertible Twin Bed (available upon request), Pack ‘n PlayFound beside a soothing garden and sparkling pool, this lovely cottage features an open floor plan, brightly lit with many windows, old Victor...
from $250 / night
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
Vacation Rental • 947 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
(22 reviews)
Little Hacienda as we call it is our two bedroom home situated in the art deco area of Los Angeles known as' Culver City' Its architecture is reminiscent of a Mexican hacienda (albeit on a slightly smaller scale). Culver City has over the past few years seen a massive revival and now become one of the hippest and safest places to live in LA county. Its convenience to the beaches, and business districts of Century City and to UCLA make it an ideal location for both business and pleasure. Getting around is easy as its close to Washington Blv. probably one of the only roads not to get jammed w...
from $348 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Culver City

$360for 3 Jun - 10 Jun
$385 annual average
Average price per week

Current vacation rental availability Culver City

28%for 3 Jun - 10 Jun
44% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Culver City

Stay in “the Heart of Screenland”

Culver City is located on the West Side of Los Angeles County, California. The city earned its nickname the “Heart of Screenland” for being a well-known hub of television and film production. It is also home to both MGM and Sony Pictures Studios. There’s no shortage of activities, sights and things to do throughout the city, including shopping, top-rated eateries, museums, galleries, and parks. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or as a couple, you’ll find plenty of interesting to do here throughout your stay!

Culver City vacation rentals

Culver City offers a variety of vacation rentals so that you can be sure to find one suited perfectly to your travel needs. Whether you prefer to stay within walking distance to the shops and restaurants in downtown Culver City, or closer to a green area or park, there are several rentals available throughout. Most rentals in this area are fully equipped with modern amenities and stylish decor. Book a rental with a private pool to splash around in during the warmer months, or a green, leafy garden to enjoy a slice of nature in your home away from home.

Holidays in Culver City

The area and getting around

Arriving in Culver City

If you’ll be flying to Culver City, the nearest airport is LAX, which is just under 6 miles away. Car rental companies are available at the airport. You can also take a bus, which is a 31-mile journey and takes around an hour and a half.

A walkable downtown district

Leave your car keys at home! The best way to explore downtown Culver City is on foot. Stroll down the palm-lined streets in the downtown district where you can walk to a variety of cafés, eateries, museums, and shops. The majority of the attractions throughout the city are reachable on foot, but some further attractions may require a car. Bike rentals are available throughout the city, as well as Uber, Lyft, and taxis.

Travelers and activities

Culver City for couples

Culver City offers a wide variety of date options for couples. Be sure to visit Milla Chocolates, an award-winning chocolate company known for their high-quality, single-origin chocolates. You can browse the creative array of unique chocolate products and learn about where the cacao beans are sourced from. For a romantic date-night meal, dine at Meet in Paris, a contemporary French bistro opened by French immigrants. The atmosphere of the restaurant provides an authentic, quaint, and ambient atmosphere, reminiscent of a genuine Parisian bistro. The menu offers true French classics for brunch, lunch, and dinner.

Culver City for families

Culver City is full of fun, family-friendly activities. Head over to Culver City Park, where there’s something for families of all ages. The sprawling urban park is immaculately kept and features a skate park, picnic tables, green spaces, sports fields, a dog park, and a playground for younger children. Families with kids should visit the Star Eco Station, which is an environmental science museum and wildlife rescue center where kids can learn about the value of preserving and protecting wildlife. Kids will be able to touch some animals under the supervision of a professional, who also teaches kids about how animals were rescued.

Did you know that Culver City is home to one of the most diverse school systems in the United States?

Top 5 travel tips in Culver City

1. Visit Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook

The Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook, also known as the Culver City Stairs, is a state park which features an outdoor staircase that leads to a spectacular viewpoint of the greater Los Angeles area. You can climb to the top of the stairs and enjoy the surrounding views of the city below. A must-do while in Culver City.

2. Wander through the Wende Museum

If you enjoy art, you’ll love this contemporary, well-organized museum. It features several Cold War relics, historical information plaques, countless art pieces, a gift shop, and a spectacular outdoor garden area.

3. Bike down the Ballona Creek Bike Path

The Ballona Creek Bike Path is a paved walking and biking trail that stretches 8.8-miles long. It runs parallel to Ballona Creek and leads to Marina Del Ray from Culver City. It’s a pleasant bike ride and a great place for jogging or walking. Several species of birds are living there as part of the Ballona wildlife reserve.

4. Stop by the Helms Bakery District

This diverse, historic shopping center is an intriguing place to visit. There are several top-rated restaurants here where you can enjoy a meal, Pasta Sisters is one of the most popular choices. Browse the art bookstore and the boutique furniture shops, as well as the many other interesting establishments to wander through.

5. Dine at Akasha Restaurant and Bakery for a delicious sustainably sourced meal

Akasha Restaurant and Bakery is owned and operated by Akasha Richmond, one of the world's most renowned vegan chefs who used to be Michael Jackson’s personal chef. The menu features a plethora of healthy dishes crafted from local, seasonal, farm-fresh ingredients that are all sustainably sourced. Be sure to try the famed gluten-free onion rings, one of their most popular menu items.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Culver City

How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Culver City?

Last year, rentals in this destination had an annual average cost of around $269 per night.

During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Culver City?

Travelers who want to save as much as possible travel to Culver City in May, September, or April, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $231, $249, and $257 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

When are vacation rentals more expensive in Culver City?

When it comes to booking a vacation rental in Culver City, the highest prices can usually be seen in the month of January (with an average of $303 per night), followed by February ($301), and then December ($287).

Is Culver City a good location for a last-minute getaway?

If you decide to put Culver City on your bucket list, we suggest organizing your travels ahead of time because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 89% of rentals booked the previous year.

What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?

Last year, the months with the largest number of accommodations available of the year in Culver City were August, September and January, with average availabilities of 38%, 24%, and 17%, respectively.

Are there many rentals in Culver City?

We have grouped together the offers from 2 different partners in Culver City, so we can provide you with around 670 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!

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