Hollywood Mansions for Rent


Everybody wants to live in Hollywood!

For the rich and famous Hollywood stars and the multi-million-business entrepreneurs, Hollywood is the place to be for the ultimate in luxury, from your villa rental to your chauffeur-driven limousine.

Getting to Hollywood

There are numerous airports to fly into when visiting Hollywood.

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), west of downtown Los Angeles, is located in Westchester. If you’re staying in Hollywood, then this is the best airport to fly to. The number one option for the who’s who of Hollywood, LAX boasts a luxury shopping and dining experience. The airport is 25 minutes away from Hollywood with great motorway links.

Hollywood Mansions for Rent

Where to Stay

Where the glamour of Tinseltown resides, the Hollywood Hills has a fabulous choice of exclusive rental villas to choose from. Start browsing for rental villas at www.homeaway.com. The website features villas that are available for film productions and secluded villas nestled in the foothills of the iconic Hollywood sign with vast gardens and private pools for your leisure.

Gaze out at the city from an offering of resplendent, modern homes that combine minimalist architecture with sophisticated design elements. Enjoy privacy and the luxuriousness of the properties with highlights such as a steam rooms, well-equipped gymnasiums, deep jacuzzi bathtubs, and gourmet kitchens.

Many of the Hollywood mansions available for rent are spectacular constructions with exquisite decoration oozing with style and sophistication. Sprawling lawns and heated pools are ready for your enjoyment and relaxation. Luxury Villa Rentals are available with concierge and private chefs ready to cater to your every need.

How to Get Around

Getting around Hollywood couldn’t be simpler. There are many methods of transportation ready to get you in and around this amazing city.

Falcon Car Rental

Falcon Car Rental is a highly rated chauffeur-driven car service available for one special occasion or the entirety of your trip. The expertly trained chauffeurs available through Falcon Car Rental will be able to assist you and your guests. The drivers, known to be punctual and professional, will arrive in one of the luxury vehicles from their extensive fleet. Whether you need to work in the back of the car while you’re escorted around town or prefer to relax and take in the sights, booking chauffeur service in Hollywood to tour the city in style without compromising your standards has never been easier.

MPH Club

If you’re looking for something a little more “Hollywood,” then take a look at MPH Club, the premier rental service specialising in the most luxurious and extravagant cars available. You will be able to rent cars such as Lamborghinis, Porsches, and Ferraris. The membership to the MPH Club will also give you access to some amazing offers, such as an exclusive chauffeur service for customers and members who prefer the convenience of being driven throughout the area in their dream car.

Elite Helicopter Tours

For a more prestigious way of seeing the city, try the helicopter tour, which is a fabulous way of seeing the city from a bird’s eye view. These spectacular scenic tours are exceptionally lavish, taking in the Hollywood scenery, including the Californian coastline, Venice Beach boardwalk, and the famous Hollywood sign, all in the comfort and prestige of your air-conditioned helicopter.

Where to Go

There is so much to see and do in this exceptionally awe-inspiring city.

Rodeo Drive is the place to go for shopping. It boasts a whopping two-mile-long street, housing luxury brand boutiques such as Valentino, Chanel, and Cartier, to name just a few. Celebrities can often be seen laden with bags down the main Rodeo Drive thoroughfare. You can find all of the stores from the Rodeo Drive’s directory.

El Capitan is a supremely lavish 1926 theatre that screens Disney’s most current feature along with classics in between releases. Tickets are vastly more expensive than other nearby cinemas, but the ambience of the location is exclusive: diners can dine outside with a classic fountain, and they can relax whilst a musician plays a 2,500-pipe organ before the show.

Hollywood Bowl is a phenomenal outdoor amphitheatre that has been hosting concerts since the LA Philharmonic first played there in 1922. Nestled in an aesthetically blessed fold in the Hollywood Hills, the 18,000-seat venue can bring out the romantic in the terminally cynical. When it isn’t hosting concerts, it also doubles as a public park.

If you’re still looking for more entertainment, then head over to the Chinese Theatre, a great place to catch a film. Although great for the movie experience, most tourists come to the Chinese Theatre for the hand-and-foot imprints of around 200 Hollywood stars. Put your own hands into the imprints of super famous stars such as John Wayne and Judy Garland and marvel at the stunning auditorium, complete with IMAX screen’s projection quality.

No trip to Hollywood is complete without visiting the iconic Walk of Fame and soaking up the atmosphere of old Hollywood history and glamour. The immortalized names on those famous stars are a sight to behold.

For a more cultural experience, head over to Barnsdall Art Park found just outside the Hollywood border. This hilly park is the home of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House. Originally intended as a huge arts exhibition, the area holds an exclusive variety of gallery spaces and public tours of the Hollyhock House. In the summer, the park hosts a variety of alfresco cinema nights, wine tastings, and cultural events that really bring out the dazzling history of Hollywood.

Or visit the Hollywood Roosevelt, a 1927 landmark and a stunning example of Spanish colonial design, which once welcomed the A-list celebrities who frequented it during Hollywood’s heyday.

Where to Eat

There is a vast array of established eateries within the hustle and bustle of Hollywood’s Melrose Ave or Hollywood Blvd. With up-and-coming restaurants such as the French-cuisine-inspired Petit Trois Valley or the lauded upscale Italian restaurant Osteria Mozza, there is an eclectic mix of eateries on your doorstep.

Head to Chateau Marmont on Sunset Boulevard for Old Hollywood glamour within a secluded setting. It is Hollywood’s finest for traditional American cuisine.

Spago also comes highly recommended with celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck’s sleek bistro interior and a deliciously up-beat buzzy vibe, delivering creative Californian cuisine. Make sure you make a reservation to ensure a table is available.

Chamber of Commerce

If you’re in Hollywood on business, then visit the Chamber of Commerce. Approximately 24 times a year, the Chamber inducts a celebrity into the internationally renowned Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Chamber is a business organization making Hollywood a better community for both businesses and residents.

The Chamber of Commerce also works to create a strong economy by helping businesses in their dealings with the public sector. It works in areas such as Hollywood Expo that provides Southern Californians an opportunity to visit Hollywood and take advantage of great offers.