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Highlights North Hollywood

  • Hollywood sign
  • Arts district
  • Shopping
  • Walkable city
  • NoHo district

Best Vacation Rentals in North Hollywood

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North Hollywood, Los Angeles
Vacation Rental • 990 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
4.0
(10 reviews)
Delightful 1000 sq ft, fully upgraded apartment in Valley Village, on the edge of Sherman Oaks and close to Valley College, freeways, stores, freeways and restaurants, Fully stocked Kitchen has granite counter tops, new wood cabinets, full fridge and appliances. Hi def TV, wifi. King bed and twins have luxury Macy's mattresses. Very clean. Quiet building with mountain views. Easy drive to Universal Studios and all theme parks, gardens, observatory, beaches and Beverly Hills. Very close to Burbank airport and Glendale. Synagogues and kosher restaurants in the area.
from $132 / night
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North Hollywood, Los Angeles
Vacation Rental • 743 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
4.5
(9 reviews)
Close to dance schools & Universal Studios Hollywood! Ugly entrance to a cool pad! Comfortable, jumping-off place to explore L.A.! Centrally located, safe neighborhood. This space is a cool, stylish house within a commercial setting. It is decorated in a 50 modern theme with an eye for minimalism and a sense of openness and multiple hang-out areas.The living room features an area to relax with a modern Italian design couch and chairs with room to flow and even lay out yoga mats.Two bedrooms: Both feature queen sized, pillow-top mattress beds equipped with fresh linens, blankets and pill...
from $157 / night
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North Hollywood, Los Angeles
Vacation Rental • 1593 ft² • 4 Bedrooms
2.8
(5 reviews)
Located in a very quiet tranquil neighborhood of the Noho Arts District Charming home in nice part of North Hollywood near attractions. A/C , flat screen TV's fiber optic internet, hardwood floors. Pool / SpaHouse includes all linens and dish wares and indoor washer and dryer.Please ask about my other homes and guest houses nearby and about the correct property address for this home. Very close proximity to Universal Studios and most Hollywood attractions and Metro Station within blocks. Home features hardwood floors, central air, beautiful Hollywood style, fine quality furnishings and high...
from $232 / night

Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices North Hollywood

$519for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
$565 annual average
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Vacation rentals in North Hollywood

Where to stay in North Hollywood

North Hollywood, referred to as NoHo by locals, is a thriving suburb set in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California. There is an abundance of rentals available throughout North Hollywood in a range of sizes, locations, and features. Whether you wish to stay smack-dab in the NoHo Arts district, or closer to the more natural areas, there is a vacation rental for you.

Finding your perfect vacation rental

Accommodations range from spacious homes for families to cozy, urban apartments for couples or smaller groups. If you are traveling with pets, you’ll have a range of pet-friendly options to choose from. Splash in your own private pool or jacuzzi, or enjoy terrace views of the rolling Hollywood Hills, at the many upscale vacation rentals on offer. With such a range of options available, you’ll easily be able to find your perfect property to make your stay in North Hollywood extra special.

Vacations in North Hollywood

The area and getting around

Taking a walk through NoHo

NoHo is often believed to be a car-bound area, along with the rest of LA, but with recent urbanization, this has changed drastically and most parts of NoHo are walkable. Several renowned restaurants, sights, theaters, and shops are all just an easy walk away. North Hollywood is home to a vast number of well-known eateries and shopping centers, such as Valley Plaza, Noho Commons, and Laurel Canyon Oxnard Plaza.

Other options for getting around North Hollywood

For anything not within walking distance, NoHo happens to be one of the few subway-accessible neighborhoods in Los Angeles. A quick trip on the Orange Line leads to the San Fernando Valley, while the Red Line provides service to downtown LA and Hollywood. Ride-share apps, like Uber and Lyft, are also great options for getting around. Renting a car is highly advisable for anyone staying longer than a day or two, as it offers more freedom to explore the natural sights outside the urban center.

Travelers and activities

North Hollywood for couples

The NoHo district is packed with fun and romantic things to do with your significant other. Head to a well-known micro-brewery in Glendale, Brewyard Beer Company, to try a flight of California Lagers. Enjoy a good laugh session at Flappers Comedy Club and savor a yummy brunch with bottomless mimosas at The Front Yard.

North Hollywood for families

North Hollywood is packed with family-friendly activities. Families with small children should visit the Amelia Earheart Regional Library, which offers regular special events for children, and Tiara Street Park, which features an impressive children’s playground, a walking path, and a picnic area. Adult families, or families with older children, should walk through the Japanese Garden in Lake Balboa. Participate in a Hollywood Studio Tour, where you can catch a behind-the-scene glimpse of several famous Hollywood sets.

Did you know that the famed “Hollywood” sign actually read “Hollywoodland” from 1923 to 1949?

Top 5 travel tips in North Hollywood

1. Visit the iconic Hollywood Sign

If you wish to get up close and personal with the Hollywood sign, or at least view it more closely, there are a few different options for reaching it. The sign sits on top of Mount Lee, and there are several trails and roads, of varying lengths and roughness, throughout Griffith Park which lead to the sign. The most popular routes include the Hollyridge trail, Bronson Cave, Griffith Observatory, Tiffany and Co. Foundation Overlook, and Lake Hollywood. The different hikes range from 3 miles to 11 miles round trip.

2. Visit the NoHo Arts District

The North Hollywood area is well-known for its Arts District, which is home to contemporary dancers, art galleries, dance studios, music studios, boutiques, famed eateries, and public art installations. Well worth a visit!

3. The Great Wall of Los Angeles

A visit to this 2,754-foot-long mural is an absolute must for any traveler visiting the city for the first time. The wall depicts the history of California through an artistic series of images that tell the story of historic events. The mural focuses on women, minorities, and significant figures. It was created by youth and artists in the LA community.

4. Visit the famed Warner Bros. Studio

Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of some of your favorite movies and television shows with a tour of this facility. You’ll get to learn about the history of television and movie production from one of the most renowned production companies in the world. You’ll even get to see the original sets of some famous television shows, like Friends and The Big Bang Theory.

5. Enjoy the best view of the city skyline at Mulholland Drive Overlook

After a busy day sightseeing, there’s no better place to watch the sunset and admire the city skyline view than at Mulholland Drive Overlook. The spot offers unmatched panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills, all of Los Angeles, the Pacific Ocean, and the Hollywood sign.

Vacation rentals in North Hollywood

Where to stay in North Hollywood

North Hollywood, referred to as NoHo by locals, is a thriving suburb set in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California. There is an abundance of rentals available throughout North Hollywood in a range of sizes, locations, and features. Whether you wish to stay smack-dab in the NoHo Arts district, or closer to the more natural areas, there is a vacation rental for you.

Finding your perfect vacation rental

Accommodations range from spacious homes for families to cozy, urban apartments for couples or smaller groups. If you are traveling with pets, you’ll have a range of pet-friendly options to choose from. Splash in your own private pool or jacuzzi, or enjoy terrace views of the rolling Hollywood Hills, at the many upscale vacation rentals on offer. With such a range of options available, you’ll easily be able to find your perfect property to make your stay in North Hollywood extra special.

Vacations in North Hollywood

The area and getting around

Taking a walk through NoHo

NoHo is often believed to be a car-bound area, along with the rest of LA, but with recent urbanization, this has changed drastically and most parts of NoHo are walkable. Several renowned restaurants, sights, theaters, and shops are all just an easy walk away. North Hollywood is home to a vast number of well-known eateries and shopping centers, such as Valley Plaza, Noho Commons, and Laurel Canyon Oxnard Plaza.

Other options for getting around North Hollywood

For anything not within walking distance, NoHo happens to be one of the few subway-accessible neighborhoods in Los Angeles. A quick trip on the Orange Line leads to the San Fernando Valley, while the Red Line provides service to downtown LA and Hollywood. Ride-share apps, like Uber and Lyft, are also great options for getting around. Renting a car is highly advisable for anyone staying longer than a day or two, as it offers more freedom to explore the natural sights outside the urban center.

Travelers and activities

North Hollywood for couples

The NoHo district is packed with fun and romantic things to do with your significant other. Head to a well-known micro-brewery in Glendale, Brewyard Beer Company, to try a flight of California Lagers. Enjoy a good laugh session at Flappers Comedy Club and savor a yummy brunch with bottomless mimosas at The Front Yard.

North Hollywood for families

North Hollywood is packed with family-friendly activities. Families with small children should visit the Amelia Earheart Regional Library, which offers regular special events for children, and Tiara Street Park, which features an impressive children’s playground, a walking path, and a picnic area. Adult families, or families with older children, should walk through the Japanese Garden in Lake Balboa. Participate in a Hollywood Studio Tour, where you can catch a behind-the-scene glimpse of several famous Hollywood sets.

Did you know that the famed “Hollywood” sign actually read “Hollywoodland” from 1923 to 1949?

Top 5 travel tips in North Hollywood

1. Visit the iconic Hollywood Sign

If you wish to get up close and personal with the Hollywood sign, or at least view it more closely, there are a few different options for reaching it. The sign sits on top of Mount Lee, and there are several trails and roads, of varying lengths and roughness, throughout Griffith Park which lead to the sign. The most popular routes include the Hollyridge trail, Bronson Cave, Griffith Observatory, Tiffany and Co. Foundation Overlook, and Lake Hollywood. The different hikes range from 3 miles to 11 miles round trip.

2. Visit the NoHo Arts District

The North Hollywood area is well-known for its Arts District, which is home to contemporary dancers, art galleries, dance studios, music studios, boutiques, famed eateries, and public art installations. Well worth a visit!

3. The Great Wall of Los Angeles

A visit to this 2,754-foot-long mural is an absolute must for any traveler visiting the city for the first time. The wall depicts the history of California through an artistic series of images that tell the story of historic events. The mural focuses on women, minorities, and significant figures. It was created by youth and artists in the LA community.

4. Visit the famed Warner Bros. Studio

Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of some of your favorite movies and television shows with a tour of this facility. You’ll get to learn about the history of television and movie production from one of the most renowned production companies in the world. You’ll even get to see the original sets of some famous television shows, like Friends and The Big Bang Theory.

5. Enjoy the best view of the city skyline at Mulholland Drive Overlook

After a busy day sightseeing, there’s no better place to watch the sunset and admire the city skyline view than at Mulholland Drive Overlook. The spot offers unmatched panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills, all of Los Angeles, the Pacific Ocean, and the Hollywood sign.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in North Hollywood

What is the average price for vacation rentals in North Hollywood?

We can see from last year that North Hollywood had an average price of $325 per night, a relatively high one compared to the neighborhoods in the USA.

During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in North Hollywood?

]If you want to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit North Hollywood are February ($266 the average per night for accommodation), August ($310), and December ($311).

In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in North Hollywood?

When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in North Hollywood, the months when it is most expensive are, in order of highest to lowest, May, October and April, with average prices per night of $399, $343, and $341, respectively.

Is it necessary to plan a trip to North Hollywood well in advance?

We recommend you to book in advance in North Hollywood as only 36% of the accommodations remain available throughout the year, following the data observed in the previous year.

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

June, July and May are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of accommodations free, with an average availability of 75%, 70%, and 58%.

When will it be harder to find an available vacation rental in North Hollywood?

The month with the highest average booked rental figures is December (only 7% of properties were available on average last year). Followed by January (8%), and then April (9%). During these three months, the availability is only 8%. It is therefore preferable to reserve early.

How many vacation rentals are there in North Hollywood?

Our catalog features approximately 260 vacation rentals from 3 partners, giving you plenty of choices when searching for your next dream vacation rental!

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