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About Los Angeles, Attractions, Things To Do

3 Reasons to Visit Los Angeles in Winter

In winter, the weather is colder. The leaves have fallen off the trees, and snowy, icy conditions are the norm for most of us throughout the United States. While a change in seasons does welcome new experiences, sometimes you can do without the reminder of the frigid temperatures, icy roadways, and shoveling of snow. If you are seeking a reprieve from winter, consider a visit to Los Angeles in Winter. The beauty of warm weather and sunshine is more accessible than you think.

Celebrate the Holidays

The holidays are a great time to take a visit to someplace different. Celebrating the holiday season in Los Angeles affords you the opportunity to enjoy the Christmas season and to bring in the New Year in one of the most exciting cities in the country. All of Los Angeles gets in on the holiday cheer with several celebrations. Visit the annual Hollywood Christmas Parade where you get to see tons of festive performances that also include appearances by celebrities. Los Angeles County also holds the Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration, where you can enjoy a number of holiday-themed musicals and dances. You can also experience a traditional Christmas tree lighting at the Downtown Culver City Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony. With a tree at 22-feet tall, this Christmas tree lighting experience is one you and your loved ones will remember fondly.

Enjoy Warm Weather During a Los Angeles Winter

A visit to California during the winter is a much-needed getaway for those residing in the colder portions of the country. Sometimes, you just need to go someplace warm and inviting, especially when the winter weather gets you down. Los Angeles offers plenty of warm weather. Temperatures can drop into the 70s in Los Angeles in winter, but this is still warm enough to enjoy a stroll along the beach. The water will likely be too cold to enjoy, but the “off-season” means more space at the beach to enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Head to the Hills

Even in Los Angeles, you can enjoy hiking but without the frigid temperatures. Head on up the legendary “hills” and enjoy the panoramic views of the city. Since it is winter time, you are less likely to encounter a crowd. This means more time to really enjoy the experience of hiking up the hills and capturing the view of Los Angeles.

If you are ready to plan your wintertime trip to Los Angeles, let Luxury Rental Group help. We have an assortment of beautiful luxury accommodations to suit your preferences. For more information on how we can help you plan your visit to Los Angeles, contact us directly at (310) 564-2800 or browse our rental listings online today!

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The Most Beautiful Parks in Los Angeles

The City of Angels is known for many things, but did you know that Los Angeles is home to some of the most beautiful parks in the nation? If you are a nature lover, or simply someone that is looking to explore the “natural” side of Los Angeles, consider visiting one of the many parks throughout the city. The following are several must-visit parks in Los Angeles.

Runyon Canyon Park

Come enjoy Runyon Canyon Park, one of the most popular parks in Los Angeles. Located on the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains, once you experience this park, you’ll see why it is so popular. This park boasts 160 acres of land that includes several trails. There are five entrances to Runyon Canyon, one of which is located in Hollywood.

If you are looking to experience nature at its finest, check out The Upper Canyon Trail. This trail is the perfect place to view an assortment of wildlife such as birds, lizards, and even coyotes. You can also enjoy a hike to the highest point in the park at Indian Rock. There is a dedicated children’s play area as well. Because of the limited parking and popularity of this park, it’s best to come early if you are planning a visit.

Grand Park

Described as “The Park for Everyone,” Grand Park mixes the beauty of nature with all the conveniences of the city. Located in the Civic Center, Grand Park is centrally located and easily accessible by several modes of public transportation. The park is adorned with lush greenery throughout as well as within the community terrace and abundant seating for taking in all the sights or enjoying a beverage from the nearby Starbucks. There is an historic Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain and a water play area where you and the kids can cool down. Grand Park contains a number of monuments, such as the Christopher Columbus and George Washington statues as well as the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. If you are planning a visit, make sure to check out the upcoming events, as Grand Park continually hosts events for the public.

Elysian Park

As the oldest and the second largest park in Los Angeles, Elysian Park is a gem. One of the most charming features of this park is the “secret swing” located at the top of a slope known as “Angel’s Hill” that affords you a majestic sight of downtown Los Angeles. Take a walk on the unbeaten, natural path of Los Angeles by enjoying a walk or hike through the green fields and dusty trails lined with eucalyptus. Take a walk over to the Elysian Park Bridge and enjoy the sound of the bubbling stream below. With ample free parking and its close proximity to Dodger Stadium, Elysian Park is a natural respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.

When it comes time to plan your next trip to Los Angeles, let Luxury Rental Group find the perfect rental for you. While vacationing in Los Angeles, you deserve to lounge in luxury, and we can help make that possible. We have an assortment of vacation rentals throughout Los Angeles to cater to you every need. Contact us directly at (310) 564-2800 to book your luxurious Los Angeles vacation rental today.

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Three Fun Winter Activities in Los Angeles to Enjoy Outdoors

Unlike the weather of the Midwest, nobody was ever dissuaded from taking a trip to Los Angeles due to the coming of winter. In fact, the winter has the potential to bring the best weather of the year to LA. As such, this is the perfect time to take advantage of endless outdoor activities that await you here. The following are three of the most fun winter activities in Los Angeles to enjoy in the outdoors.

Hiking

With the bright lights of Hollywood, it is easy to forget about the natural wonders that surround Los Angeles. But the winter is the time to rediscover these wonders as you can expect the perfect weather for hiking in the winter in Los Angeles. Mount Baldy is the largest in this area and it provides for some of the most beautiful views and hiking experiences. Hiking to the top is something for the experienced hikers, but there are plenty of easier trails as well, so there is something for everyone.

Los Angeles Winter Surfing

The water gets a bit colder in the winter, so you might want to bring a wet suit, but you cannot beat the waves as they are some of the biggest and most consistent of the year, making for one of the best winter activities in Los Angeles. You can find so many amazing beaches for surfing throughout LA. For beginners, look to the calmer waves of Venice Beach, while the experienced surfers can find beautiful waves at the secluded Zuma Beach in Malibu.

Ice Skating

This list would not be complete without an activity that brings the nostalgic feeling of winter to Los Angeles. You can find plenty of awesome outdoor ice-skating rinks throughout the city. ICE at Santa Monica is a massive skating rink that sits only a few minutes from the ocean. If you want to skate underneath the twinkle of Los Angeles’ sky scrapers, then head to the Holiday Ice Rink in Pershing Square.

Find a Bit of Luxury

Whether you are always looking to live the life of luxury or you save it for special occasions, Los Angeles is the place to find it. Especially with the incredible vacation rentals provided by Luxury Rental Group. For visitors, we have collected nothing but the most beautiful homes that the city has to offer, and that is saying something. You can find beauty in both the design of any given home as well as in its appointments. Modern homes featuring amazing design let the beauty of the surroundings in with massive windows and feature their own beauty within with high end furniture, fine floors, gourmet kitchens, and so much more. For the best home away from home imaginable in Los Angeles, contact us today!

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Best Kid Friendly Brunch in LA

Finding kid-approved dining spots is important when traveling. You want everyone to enjoy themselves, including the kids. Los Angeles is a fun travel destination for adults and kids alike and grabbing brunch in LA is hard to beat. To ensure that the kids have the best time ever while in Los Angeles, here are some kid-friendly brunch spots that they are sure to love.

Grab Brunch in LA at Pitchoun

With two locations, one downtown and one on Beverly, Pitchoun is a convenient choice for a kid-friendly brunch. This eatery serves all day breakfast, which is perfect for when the kids want brunch food at any time of the day. The menu includes delicious French crepes and waffles, French toast, breakfast sandwiches and an assortment of omelettes. What the kids will really enjoy are the freshly prepared pastries. From chocolate and raspberry croissants to jam and cream cheese Danishes, Pitchoun is definitely a great brunch option for the kids.

Au Fudge

Owned by actress Jessica Biel, Au Fudge offers weekend brunch that includes a play space for kids, providing a unique brunch in LA. The Creative Space offers kids a dedicated area to chill out and enjoy themselves while they wait for their brunch. The Creative Space is adjacent to the main dining room and is supervised by several au pairs. Once the kids are ready to eat, they’ll enjoy an assortment of traditional brunch options such as French toast, omelettes, pastries and fruit. Consider checking out some of the kid-centered classes and events that are ongoing at Au Fudge.

Huckleberry Bakery & Cafe

Located on Wilshire Boulevard, Huckleberry Bakery & Cafe offers a variety of delectable breakfast and brunch options in a family-oriented environment. This cafe offers a kids’ menu that includes such items as bacon, eggs and toast or peanut butter and jelly on Milo+Olive brioche. All the food at Huckleberry Bakery & Cafe is prepared with the freshest organic and non-GMO ingredients sourced from local farms and artisans. You’ll love the fact that your kids are getting good wholesome food, and your kids will love the tasty food in a warm, homey environment. This cafe is a win-win for everyone.

When traveling to Los Angeles, make sure that you obtain the best lodging amenities by using Luxury Rental Group. We specialize in helping you find top quality luxury vacation rentals in Los Angeles. With our team of experienced property managers and a specially appointed personal client ambassador for each guest, you will see just how dedicated we are helping you enjoy your stay in Los Angeles in luxury. To find out more about our services, visit Luxury Rental Group or contact us directly at (310) 564-2800.

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5 Things To Do In Los Angeles For A Perfect Fall Trip

Fall is a great time to visit Los Angeles. During the summer, the city is full of people visiting, and the temperature often reaches triple digits. With fewer tourists and cooler weather, Los Angeles has many activities for you to enjoy, including hikes near the city and food and music festivals. If you are planning a trip to the area, here are some of the best things to do in Los Angeles during the Fall.

LA County Fair

The LA County Fair is a month-long event held in September. Every year, over half a million people visit the fair to enjoy outdoor concerts, carnival rides, great food, and games. The fair is fun for all ages, and some of its most popular attractions include the 5-acre animal farm and the Wacky Worm (a family-friendly roller coaster). Make sure to stop by the food booths, which serve fair classics with a weird twist, including a funnel cake burrito and an enchilada hot dog. If you want a break from the heat, the Shopping & Attractions area is air-conditioned, and vendors in this area display everything from hot tubs to cooking supplies. The fair is closed on Mondays and Tuesday, and ticket prices range from $8 – $20 per person, depending on what day of the week you visit.

Santa Monica Mountains

The Santa Monica Mountains are just north of downtown Los Angeles and are a beautiful place to hike during the fall. There are more than 500 miles of hiking trails that offer gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean and landscape native to the area. The Backbone Trail is one of the most popular hikes and is one of the best-preserved examples of the Mediterranean habitat in the word. The trail is 65 miles in total, so you can decide how far in you want to hike, but the trail offers stunning views of the ocean, the Channel Islands, and downtown Los Angeles.

Día de Los Muertos

Each October on the last Friday and Saturday of the month, Hollywood Forever Cemetery celebrates Día de Los Muertos. The event includes alters honoring the dead, music, and cultural dances. There are also booths with food and arts and crafts available for purchase. Attendees to the event are encouraged to dress up.

Oktoberfest

The Oktoberfest at Alpine Village is one of the oldest in Southern California and the longest running Oktoberfest in Los Angeles. This nearly two-month-long party is held every Friday thru Sunday from the beginning of September to the end of October. The event features beer from Germany as well as local craft beers, German sausages and baked goods, and of course, singing and dancing.

Visit a Theme Park

Fall is the best time to visit one of L.A.’s famous theme parks. The weather is cooling down and the parks won’t be as busy, so you won’t have to wait in line as long. Some of Los Angeles’s most popular theme parks include Disneyland and Universal Studios.

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4 Incredible Ways to Spend Labor Day Weekend in Los Angeles

Labor Day Weekend is known as the unofficial last weekend of summer, and if you are planning a visit to Los Angeles for the weekend, the city will be packed full of holiday weekend events. From festivals to live music and great food, here are some of the best ways to celebrate Labor Day Weekend in Los Angeles.

L.A. Fleet Week

L.A. Fleet Week is an annual Labor Day tradition celebrating our nation’s Sea Services. The weekend-long event is free to the public and includes ship tours, military displays, and equipment demonstrations. The event also has live music, airplane flyovers, and a cook-off competition between the Sailors, Marines, and Coast Guard teams.

Watch an Outdoor Movie

Watching a movie outdoors is one of the best summertime activities. On August 31, Outdoor Cinemas Club will be showing Grease at Level in Downtown L.A. and The Greatest Showman and A Quiet Place at NeueHouse in Hollywood.

Made in LA

This 2-day music, beer, art, and food festival celebrates Los Angeles’ food and art scene. This year’s headliners are L.A. pop band Saint Motel, L.A. rock band Dorothy, and indie singer Mondo Cozmo. There will also be a selection of local food trucks serving some of the best food in L.A. The festival is held at Golden Road Brewing’s facility across from Griffith Park and you can purchase tickets for one or two days.

Fiesta Hermosa During Labor Day Weekend in Los Angeles

Fiesta Hermosa takes place every Labor Day Weekend at Pier Plaza in Downtown Hermosa Beach. The festival runs Saturday – Monday and is known as the largest arts & craft festival in Southern California. More than 300 artists and crafters set up booths to sell their work, including ceramics, photography, and jewelry. There are two stages set up in the area for live music. The Main Stage has local tribute bands and the Charity Beer & Wine Garden stage plays the hits of the 70s, 80s, and 90s. There is a food court with more than two dozen types of food, including Thai food, Greek food, Mexican food, and BBQ. There is also a mini carnival set up with a 30-foot slide, rock climbing, bungee jumping, pony rides, a petting zoo, and face painters.

If you are planning Labor Day Weekend in Los Angeles trip, check out our luxury vacation rentals. We offer large homes for you and your family in all the best locations in the city. Our luxury vacation rentals have all the amenities you and your family need for the perfect vacation. After a long day of sightseeing, you will be happy to come back to your home. For more information on our Los Angeles rentals, please contact us.

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Best Quick Places to Eat in LA

Los Angeles is a foodie city known for its quick and inexpensive eats. Whether you are looking for traditional American-fare or cuisine from around the world, our city has the best variety of inexpensive food. And even though the food doesn’t cost much, it still adds to the culture of Los Angeles. Here are some of the places to eat in LA we would recommend for a quick, but delicious meal.

My Dung Sandwich Shop

If you are looking for a quick lunch, stop by My Dung Sandwich Shop, a Chinatown staple for a Banh mi. The small storefront, located on Ord St., also sells fresh fruit and is known for their cheap sandwiches and fast service.

LASA

If you are in the mood for Filipino food, check out LASA. Named the 2018 Food & Wine Restaurant of the Year, this Filipino-inspired California-infused restaurant serves the best modern Pinoy food. While a reservation is recommended for dinner, you can stop by and try one of their bowls for a fast and casual lunch.

Super Tortas D.F.

This food cart offers no-frills Mexican tortas and tacos filled with meats, cheeses, and eggs. Their mobile kitchen is located on 41st St & Central is South LA and is open Thursdays — Sundays from 4 – 11 p.m.

Earle’s

Located in the Crenshaw District Earle’s is a great spot if you are in the mood for a burger or hot dog. The restaurant serves both meat and vegetarian hot dogs and burgers to-go and has been an LA staple for over 30 years.

Mason’s Dumpling Shop

Serving Chinese dumplings out of Highland Park, Mason’s Dumpling Shop has a quick and casual setting. The restaurant is open until 9 p.m. so you can stop by for lunch or dinner.

South City Fried Chicken

Located in the Corporation Food Hall downtown, South City Fried Chicken serves up fast but delicious fried chicken sandwiches. The restaurant combines Southern cuisine, family recipes, and California’s freshest ingredients to create their sandwiches.

Zankou Chicken

Zankou Chicken is a chain of family-owned Mediterranean restaurants in Los Angeles. With seven restaurants located around the city, Zankou is a great spot for a quick and easy pita wrap.

If you are planning a vacation to Los Angeles, check out our luxury vacation rentals. We have the highest quality vacation homes and villas to suit your needs all around the city. Each of our guests is given a personal a client ambassador and we also have a 24-hour concierge service to help you find all the best restaurants in Los Angeles. If you have any questions about our rentals, please contact us.

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Day Trips Near Los Angeles

A trip to Los Angeles comes with more opportunities for fun and excitement than most. Of course, it is custom to take advantage of iconic beaches, visit world class theme parks, check out movie studios, and more, but there is an entirely new and amazing world just outside of the city. The city’s location provides for many amazing opportunities for day trips to some of the surrounding areas. The following are some of the most classic day trips near Los Angeles.

Big Bear

Big Bear is only about 30 miles from Los Angeles, but when you arrive, you will feel as if you are in a whole new world. Trade the concrete jungle for one of the lushest forests in California, along with the clear blue water of Big Bear Lake. You can find many ways to spend a day in Big Bear, but they are typically full of adventure through hikes, swimming in the lake, fishing, and taking advantage of the state’s best skiing and snowboarding during the winter months.

Santa Barbara and Santa Ynex Valley

You could also head to the beautiful paradise of Santa Barbara which is only about 75 miles from the heart of Los Angeles. This city, also known as the California Riviera, is known for its endless beautiful weather, miles of undeveloped coastline, and a culture that is completely unique. It is a great place for those looking to take advantage of amazing surfing, great road and mountain biking, and some awesome opportunities to get on the water, whether you are sailing, kayaking, or anything in between. Santa Barbara County is also home to the Santa Ynez Valley, which provides some of the most unique conditions in the world for growing grapes for amazing wines. It is a great trip for the morning or the evening as its uniquely south facing shoreline allows you to see the sun rise and set over the Pacific Ocean.

Catalina

This gorgeous island is only 25 miles off the coast of Los Angeles. Once you are here, you are in a land of amazing beauty and recreation. Take advantage of ziplining, snorkeling, kayaking, golfing, and almost anything else you can imagine. Add some amazing cuisine and some unique historical landmarks and you have an experience that you just cannot find on the mainland.

Live the Life of Luxury

There are many aspects of Los Angeles life that visitors love, but that of a life of luxury is among the most sought-after. The best way you can experience is it by booking a vacation rental that exudes these luxurious qualities. Luxury Rental Group is going above and beyond in providing these types of homes so you will feel like a star of the screen while you are here. Gourmet kitchens, high ceilings, massive windows, and endless amenities characterize each home. This is all provided throughout the coolest areas in the city. See these amazing properties by browsing our listings today!

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Best Activities for Keeping Cool in Los Angeles

Though it may be hard to believe, there are days here in Los Angeles when the mercury rises and you want to find unique ways to beat the heat! Here are a few different ways to help keep cool on your next LA vacation:

Raging Waters Los Angeles

There are few better ways to escape the heat and keep cool during the summertime than by visiting a great waterpark, and luckily for you, Los Angeles is home to California’s largest waterpark: Raging Waters! Spanning 60 acres, Raging Waters Los Angeles has been featured by the USA as a “Top 10 Water Park” and is home to 50+ attractions, water slides, and rides! If there’s one ride you need to see it has to be the Aqua Rocket, the only hydro-magnetic water roller coaster in all of California! This ride is for four people on a raft and will take you on a high octane ride with speeds of up to 30 miles an hour! There are few better ways in all of LA to help keep the whole family cool than with a trip to Raging Waters.

Madame Tussauds Hollywood

Want an opportunity to get up and close with Hollywood’s elite, both past and present? Well… maybe not the real Hollywood elite, but these statues look so real you’ll be hard pressed to tell the difference! Madame Tussauds Hollywood is the world famous wax and Hollywood history museum that every person who visits Tinsel Town needs to experience! Check out some of the most incredible works from Hollywood’s past such as James Dean and Bob Hope, all the way up to today’s icons such as the Avengers! Madame Tussauds Hollywood is a must-visit attraction, and at the same time a perfect way to help keep cool while in LA.

California Science Center

If you’re looking for something that will help you keep cool while being fun for the entire family, then make sure to check out the California Science Center! The California Science Center features a number of incredible exhibits that help show the wonders of science, such as viewing the treasures of King Tut or the science behind the Gemini 11 capsule that took humans to space in 1966! There are so many things to explore and do, you may even need more than a single day to see it all!

While it may be hard to decide on how to spend your time in Los Angeles with so many great options, make sure to make the easy choice for your next stay: reserve a spot to stay with Luxury Rental Group, the premier rental property company in all of Los Angeles! Luxury Rental Group has a number of amazing rental properties all throughout the city, and our dedicated team is ready to help you find the one that’ll be perfect for you. So don’t wait – contact us with any questions or to make your reservation today!

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Los Angeles

Dodger Stadium, the Capitol Records Building, Redondo Beach. These are just a few of the legendary attractions that everybody knows about in Los Angeles, but we’re willing to bet there’s a lot about the City of Angels that you didn’t know! Here are five things you may not know about Los Angeles:

Thomas Edison: The Father of Hollywood?

Well, not directly, but he did have a big hand in the reason for it. The great inventor Thomas Edison held hundreds of patents during his life, including patents over many of the technologies that were needed to create movies. In order to escape Edison and his Motion Picture Patent Company in New Jersey, many filmmakers “fled” to California where judges were less stringent on enforcing the patents and it was difficult for lawmakers to enforce the laws cross-country. Thus, Hollywood was born and became the premier location of the motion picture industry!

Beverly Hills Wasn’t Always a Destination of the Stars

Today Beverly Hills stands as an area of Los Angeles for the truly elite, but did you know this wasn’t always the case? In fact, in the late 19th century, Beverly Hills’ roots lied in the ground, as the land was used primarily for farming lima beans! It wasn’t until Thomas Edison forced the motion picture company to California that it begun its transformation into the glitz and glamour you see today.

Hollywoodland?

The Hollywood sign is one of the most recognizable American landmarks in the entire world, but like most things in Los Angeles, its origins were quite different! In fact, the sign itself used to read Hollywoodland, as a way to advertise the name of a new segregated housing development in the Hollywood district in the early 1920’s. The sign was initially designed to only stand for approximately 18 months and so it quickly suffered damage and deteriorated, and it wasn’t until a campaign in the late 1970’s by none other than Hugh Hefner where the sign was rebuilt and became the iconic symbol it is today.

The Melting Pot of the West Coast

One of the greatest things about Los Angeles is that it is a true blend of cultures and people unlike anywhere else in the United States. Did you know that only 40% of the people who live in Los Angeles speak English as a primary language? The people of LA are diverse and speak Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and much more! It is truly the melting pot of the West Coast!

Los Angeles Wasn’t Always the Name

It’s not uncommon for cities to change their names in their history, but to say the original name of Los Angeles was a mouthful would be an understatement! The original name for Los Angeles was “El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles sobre El Río Porciúncula,” or The Town of Our Lady the Queen of the Angels on the Portiuncula River; we think they made the right choice in shortening the name!

These are just a few of the things you may not have known about Los Angeles, and so we invite you to come stop by our city and learn even more about what makes it so incredible! And when you do, make sure to contact Luxury Rental Group. We can provide you with an amazing rental property here in the LA area that will truly make your next vacation unforgettable.

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