If I do say so myself, this may be the coolest apartment on the planet, if not then perhaps downtown Los Angeles. ;) 18+ ft ceilings, Danish Mid-Century design, fully private room, rooftop pool and so much more!
In a 1,700 square foot Danish, Mid-Century modern designed apartment with 18' ceilings located in the heart of DTLA, The Les Baxter room is a large, fully enclosed and private (most lofts' rooms in other spaces are not fully closed as the walls can't go to the ceiling, so there wouldn't be any audio privacy; this loft was designed for that privacy) complete with queen sized bed with memory foam mattress, two end tables, full sized dresser and mirror and a wardrobe for hanging clothes. The Les Baxter room design is based off of Mid-Century Los Angeles based composer Les Baxter, one of the creators of the music genre Exotica, reflecting exotic and tropical vibes.
Zugang für Gäste
You the guest will have access to the entire apartment minus the other bedrooms, including the bar, the piano, banjo and guitar, the refrigerator, all pots, pans, glassware, silverware, coffee maker (and coffee and filters) and applicances, free wifi, the television and DVD collection as well as the rooftop pool. You will be provided with keys to the door of the building, keycode to access the front door of the loft, keys to the pool and keys to your personal, private bedroom should you have valuables to protect. If you have a car, there is a parking structure one block away I recommend that costs $13/24 hours of parking.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I live in one of the bedrooms in the loft. I will provide instructions on how to access the apartment should I not be home when you arrive. I can also help out with any questions you may have and can and will answer text messages throughout your stay when not home. I work nights mostly, currently managing at Clifton's Republic downtown and tending bar at The Abbey in West Hollywood, but I am home in my room or around the neighborhood often during the day.
Weitere wichtige Infos
This is a huge 4 br apartment, so there may be other guests coming and going as well.
Like any apartment, hotel, hostel or AirBnB, the common area is shared, so be respectful of other guests. Try to do your own dishes, and try to do them by hand (California is in a bit of a drought, so I try to use as little water as possible in respect to that; there is a dishwasher, but I rarely use it due to water usage). I have two trash cans; one for garbage and one for recycling.
2 guests maximum per room. If you book for 2 guests, and 3rd guest wants to join your trip, they will have to book another room (here if available or elsewhere). 3 guests in one room is not permitted. There is no sleeping permitted in the common area.
Hello there! My name is Jeff, and I'm having a go at AirBnB! I work in nightlife/food and beverage, I am a musician (I play a mean ukulele) and an actor. I am originally from NYC, I have lived in Atlanta and Miami, and I am super excited and happy to have made Downtown Los Angeles my new home!