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Planning a move to La La Land? If you want to rent temporarily while here, it helps first to figure out your budget. Get an idea of what the average rent is in Los Angeles. But you’ll quickly feel at home in some of L.A.’s hottest neighborhoods.

Here you can read up on what locals and business travelers can expect to pay for a fully furnished, equipped, and thoughtfully decorated modern living experience.

1. Downtown

Downtown L.A. isn’t an area to be overlooked for its coastal or hillside neighbors.

Home to many skyscrapers, the Staples Center, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall, this art-infused area has no shortage of after-hour activities and cool hangouts.

Tall towers in downtown Los Angeles with palm trees in front and an empty road on the side with one car parked. There is a bright blue clear sky above the buildings

The average rent in Los Angeles will vary, especially in a neighborhood like downtown, but this $2,890/month fully-equipped contemporary apartment comes in around the middle of the pack

2. West L.A.

West L.A. is actually more centrally located than most would assume by the name.

But, it still offers a cozy hometown feel and an eclectic mix of local culture.

A fully furnished kitchen

Short-term residents can expect to pay on average just over $3,000/month for a sleek and sophisticated apartment that will have them feeling right at home.

3. Westwood

This hip and ethnically diverse central hub are ideal for anybody who wants to experience Los Angeles urban living at it’s best.

A furnished bedroom in Westwood Los Angeles. There is a dark green accent wall and a large black double bed next to a large glass window with a view of tall buildings and trees. There are two framed black and white photos above the headboard and a nightstand with a lamp next to the bed.

For a fully-equipped contemporary living in style, short term residents can expect to pay about $3,240/month.

4. Hollywood

There are few neighborhoods more iconic than this film industry stronghold.

Anybody who chooses to stay here can count on plenty to do and see.

Average rent in Los Angeles tends to vary, but short-term renters can enjoy a fully-furnished au courant living experience combined with breathtaking views all for a very reasonable average of $3,150/month.

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5. Koreatown

Most visitors will seek out accommodations in Koreatown for its prime location. It is conveniently located next to downtown, South L.A. and East Hollywood. In addition, Koreatown is one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the city. A view of Wilshire Boulevard in Koreatown in Los Angeles, California. There are a lot of buildings with the sunset over the mountains in the background.It is a must-experience for anybody who loves exploring new sites and tastes.

Business travelers seeking move-in ready accommodations can expect to pay an average of about $3,000 a month for a cozy pet-friendly villa in this colorful neighborhood. 

6. Playa Del Rey

Playa Del Rey combines beach life and a fantastic location with some of the best amenities in the city.

What’s not to love?

A fully equipped kitchen with dark wood cabinets and plates and cups on each shelf. There is a red pot on the stove and a white coffee maker on the counter

Visitors can expect to pay about $3,250/month for a homey furnished apartment with great extras like a Marshall Bluetooth speaker, smart TV, and hotel-quality linens all included in the price.

7. Brentwood

This chic neighborhood is home to some of the city’s most elite and famous residents.

However, that doesn’t mean it has to be unaffordable for a business traveler on a short term stay.

A furnished apartment in Brentwood Los Angeles. There is a fireplace next to a large TV on a large black TV stand across from a grey couch and a marble coffee table. In the back of the room there is a large window with a palm tree outside.

For instance, this uber-classy furnished studio includes a fully equipped kitchen, premium mattress, and a Bluetooth speaker, all for a very affordable $2,770/month.

8. West Hollywood

This compact community is highly sought after. It is not only known for being a hot-spot for star sightings, but also for its innovative health and wellness community.

Anybody who loves getting active will want to check out this highly walkable, iconic, and at the same time, safe neighborhood

The large outdoor pool complex of an apartment building in west hollywood los angeles california. There are many trees as well as large comfortable chairs.

Prices will vary, but short term visitors can expect to pay about $3,280/month for a fully-equipped villa featuring thoughtful touches like a Marshall speaker system and wide-screen television.

Not to mention building amenities like a gorgeous outdoor pool area with plush lounge chairs.   

9. Marina Del Rey

Sailing enthusiasts will love the relaxed vibe of this gorgeous neighborhood. It is in close proximity to both the heart of L.A. and the beaches of Santa Monica.

A furnished apartment managed by Blueground in Marina Del Ray Los Angeles California. There are large windows with sheer orange curtains. There is a TV on a TV stand against the wall across from a marble coffee table and a grey couch. In the corner there is a green velvet chair and grey footstool.

This ideally located and spacious apartment features full furnishings, high-quality linens and considerate contemporary touches for $3,740/month.

10. Venice Beach

Venice Beach is perfect for anybody who loves kicking back next to the ocean. Explore the vibrant and thriving neighborhood made famous for its hippy counter-culture and iconic boardwalk.

A long row of large upscale houses on the left side and a cement sidewalk in front of them with a large stretch of sandy beach on the right side. THere is a mountain in the distance in the back.

Renters in Venice Beach may have to pay a bit more than the average rent in Los Angeles, but it is worth it to experience the chill vibe that will have residents feeling right at home in this sunlit home going for just under $3,600 a month.

11. Fairfax

This historically Jewish neighborhood in central L.A. is one of the most pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods in the city.

It’s full of hip hangouts, colorful establishments and it has an eclectic mix of local residents.

A living room and a kitchen from a furnished apartment in the Fairfax neighborhood

Visitors can land a homey, modern and serviced apartment with breathtaking balcony views for $3,980/month that will have them feeling right at home.

12. Playa Vista

Conveniently situated just north of LAX, this community is designed to make life easy for young professionals. It is perfect for anybody who loves convenient stylish living and easy beach access.

A large outdoor pool in the common area of an apartment building in Play Vista California. There are many pool chairs and umbrellas with trees behind them. The buildings are white and bright yellow.

For just under $3,500/month a short term renter can lock down a thoughtfully furnished apartment featuring Smart TV, high-quality linens and in-suite laundry.

The building offers a shared pool area that is everything you imagine when you think L.A. living.

13. Santa Monica

This suburb is nestled conveniently in the heart of West L.A. but feels a world away from the regular hustle and bustle of the city.

All in all, it’s the perfect choice for anybody who wants to experience the classic California beach lifestyle.

An overview of large buildings and trees in Santa Monica in Los Angeles California. There is a view of the Pacific Ocean in the background underneath a clear blue sky.

For $3,380/month, residents can enjoy taking a load off in an apartment by the water featuring modern furnishings, stunning views, and easy beach access

14. Mid-Wilshire

History and culture fans won’t want to miss out on a chance to experience this satellite neighborhood. It was central to California’s decadent, roaring 20s culture – not to mention home to the famed ‘Miracle Mile’.

When it comes to Mid-Wilshire, there is no need to break the bank for fashionable living. You can find lots of amazing studios here offers all the modern amenities that a business traveler needs to feel right at home.

A dark green accent wall with a large wooden bed with lots of pillows and a light yellow blanket. Above the pillows is a framed black and white photo of plam trees. On the side of the bed is a window with a view of a pink house and large palm trees.
No matter how long your stay, whether one month, one year or even longer, Blueground is committed to providing the best apartments in the best locations throughout L.A. Blueground apartments are all completely managed through an intuitive, user-friendly app.

Every one of the apartments comes fully-furnished and move-in ready. They come complete with modern extras and thoughtful details like premium mattresses, Marshall speakers, and smart TVs.

The contemporary styling will have you feeling right at home from the moment you step in the door.

Bookable from abroad, you can have your L.A. home waiting for you before you touch down at LAX.

Best of all, the properties come with flexible lease terms so you can change areas and apartments until you find your favorite. 

Blueground offers fully-furnished, equipped and serviced apartments in some of the world's most sought after cities.

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