|Per night||$175 - $200|
|Per week||$1,000 - $1,300|
The condo patio has a gas barbeque, table, seating and lounge chairs and most of all, views of Queen Mary, Cruise Ship Terminal, Catalina Island, Shoreline Village Yacht Harbor, Long Beach Aquarium and the extravagant, man-made inshore oil-producing islands. On any evening, lights from party and theatre boats, inshore islands, terminals, and Shoreline Village and their reflections on the water are spectacular.
The unit is 940 sqft. townhouse; 2 bedrooms (MBR w/queen bed and 2nd BR w/2-twin beds convertable to 1-king bed). Bath on top floor; living room, dining room and kitchen on bottom floor. The bathroom and kitchen have been recently remodeled and facilities are robust. The decor is attractive and modern.
The Passport Redline Bus stop on E. Ocean Blvd is very close. This bus conveniently travels from the cruise ship terminals to Long Beach Aquarium, Convention Center, Museum of Art, Belmont Shore, Seal Beach and Long Beach State. By car The Getty Museum, Hollywood/Burbank are 45 min., LAX, LA County Museum LACMA, LA Amtrak, Knott's Berry Farm, Disneyland, are 30 min.
|Oct 01 2013||Mar 31 2014||$175||$175||$1,000||$2,400||4 nights|
|Apr 01 2014||Sep 30 2014||$200||$200||$1,300||$3,000||4 nights|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Deposits: $400.00 USD booking/cleanliness/damage deposit due upon booking. Full payment for rental period is due 5 business days prior to occupancy. Booking/damage deposit will be refunded and sent to home address within 10 days after departure, providing unit is left in reasonable condition and no damage is found. Details provided in rental agreement.|
|Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, Personal Check, PayPal|
|Other Fees: Cleaning can be arranged. Expect USD 100 - 125 per visit.|
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January 17, 2010
My adult sons and I rented the condo for a four-day belated Christmas celebration. It was the perfect home base for an LA tourist extravaganza -- everything from the Getty Museum to Disneyland was within a 40-minute drive -- and we saw it all. Local Long Beach restaurants and attractions were close by (don't miss breakfast at the Two Umbrellas, just a few blocks away). Muriel went above and beyond the call of duty to be helpful to us. A very nice visit.
Sugar Land, TX
April 21, 2008
Lovely condo on the beach - very charmning community deck. Easy to find and centrally located to many things in the LA area. Condo was clean and well stocked. Nicely updated bathroom. Only drawbacks were parking, which was sometimes hard to find, and no dishwasher. Road noise was also a bit much for us suburbia dwellers, but probably not noticable to city folks. Computer for use was nice. Owners very quick to respond when first contacted and were easy to work with - they were even thoughful enough to call mid-week and check to see if we needed anything. Overall it was a good place to stay for the price.