ARTS DISTRICT STUDIO
Kick your feet up in your own charming cannabis-friendly getaway. The studio apartment offers easy access to Downtown and other LA attractions. The space comes complete with a deluxe queen-size bed, comfortable new queen size futon, full bathroom, kitchen, air conditioning, and heat. This 420-friendly rental is perfect for a single traveler, couple, or even a small group of friends. A beautiful private patio garden makes for perfect outdoor relaxation, dining, and enjoyment.
The full bathroom has shampoo, soap, towels, plenty of hot water, and a hairdryer for our guests' convenience. There are laptop-friendly areas at either the table or desk with space that’s comfortable to work in as well as free high-speed WiFi during your stay. The large walk-in closet offers hangers, iron, and extra shelving. Your private entrance allows you to come and go as you please. A short walk to cafes, restaurants, shops, metro, and buses, our spacious studio apartment has quick access to DTLA, Arts District, Highland Park, and Echo Park. Minutes away from USC, Staples Center, Convention Center, Dodger’s Stadium, and many other LA attractions. Free street parking daily.
We also provide essentials like fresh clean linens, towels, extra blankets, cups, plates, kitchen utensils, coffee maker, fresh coffee grounds, top of the line rolling papers, grinders, and even some light snacks for your comfort during your stay. Enjoy your own meals in the homey kitchenette area complete with a fridge, freezer with ice trays, large toaster oven, and microwave.
The Arts District is a neighborhood on the eastern edge of Downtown Los Angeles, California in the United States. The city community planning boundaries are Alameda Street on the west which blends into Little Tokyo, First Street on the north, the Los Angeles River to the east, and Violet Street on the south. Largely composed of industrial buildings dating from the early 20th century, the area has recently been revitalized, and its street scene slowly developed in the early the 21st century. New art galleries have increased recognition of the area amidst the entire downtown where other art museums are found.
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