Simply a perfect location for whatever your visit. Apt comes fully furnished with kitchen/cook ware, bath accessories, FREE WIFI & Cable. Located just off Wilshire Blvd, you will have easy access to everything; Metro station just around the corner!
Feel right at home in this brand NEW furnished apartment. Located right off of Wilshire you will have easy access to everything. Apt. comes furnished with kitchen/cook ware, bath accessories, FREE WIFI & Cable. Just bring your toothbrush.
Koreatown never sleeps
Twenty-four-hour restaurants are just the beginning. Koreatown is home to more nightlife than many other entire cities can claim, from dive bars to high-end cocktail speakeasies, from karaoke clubs to establishments that must be a business of some sort, on the second level of a strip mall with a sign in Korean and people coming and going at 4 a.m. There's a lot of mystery here, but also a lot on full display.
A few spots to get you started: In the dive bar category there's Hangover bar (3377 Wilshire Blvd.) with all you can drink beer and soju for $21.99. Lock & Key (239 S. Vermont Ave.) is a new speakeasy where you have to try different doorknobs from the foyer to get in. Inside, it's all Korea meets 1920s Hollywood glam. The tucked-away spot is fronted by Stall 239, a walk-up restaurant serving international snacks late.
Koreatown is said to have the highest concentration of restaurants and nightclubs in Southern California. My Koreatown nightlife of choice? Karaoke. Most karaoke clubs here have private rooms, so you and your friends can sing your hearts out without having to deal with a bunch of drunk strangers' off-key wailings. Try Palm Tree L.A. (3240 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 401), a swank club with private rooms and songs in Korean, Japanese and English.
If strangers' off-key wailings is what you're in the mood for, you can hit up Brass Monkey (3440 Wilshire Blvd.), a more American karaoke dive bar that's good for sloppy fun.
There is a LOT of good food here
Koreatown is home to some of the country's best Korean barbecue (check out Park's and Genwa for high quality meat as well as fantastic banchan, or small side dishes served with rice), but there's so, so much more to explore.
Soup, porridge, raw fish salads, stews -- every Korean specialty you can imagine exists in this neighborhood. It's hard to even begin to list favorites -- every Angeleno has a Koreatown hole in the wall they want to rave to you about. The fun is in getting out there and finding your own personal must-try dish.
Korean food isn't all that's on the menu
Koreatown is home to more than just Korean -- for instance, Guelaguetza, one of the city's best Mexican restaurants, lives in the heart of Koreatown. Expect amazing moles, live music on weekends, a ton of families sharing huge platters of grilled meats, and fun fruity tropical mezcal (website hidden) Belly, a newer craft beer bar, finds its home in an odd building behind one of Koreatown's strip malls and serves killer bar food along with one of the best beer selections in the city. And the rest of the neighborhood's diverse population means tremendous eateries are tucked throughout.
For more on the neighborhood's food, check out some of Anthony Bourdain's recent culinary stops in the gallery above and tune in for "Parts Unknown" on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.
$15 spa day? Yes, please
Korean spas are a lovely and affordable way to pamper yourself, and Koreatown has a whole slew of options. Natura Spa offers an all day pass for $15, which gains you access to the saunas, steam rooms, hot tubs and cold pool, with extra options like body scrubs available. Wi Spa is open 24 hours and has a kid's area as well as a mud spa. Korean spas generally have Korean cafes within, and many of those serve really great food, making them perfect all-day immersions.
Right off of Wilshire Blvd so getting around will be breeze!
Accès des voyageurs
This space is brand new! We just did the renovations and bought the furnishings.
We want you to fee right at home, so here are some notable items provided to our guests:
- Fresh linens
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Hair dryer
- Walk in closet
- Laundry detergent
- Fresh towels
- Shampoo, conditioner, soap & lotion. (Feel free to take them with you!)
- The kitchen has everything you need: Breakfast nook, Full sized fridge, full gas stove, microwave, coffee maker, pots & pans, plates, cups, utensils & more!
- Direct TV
Huge parking lot behind the building
Street parking in front
Laundry machines in the building
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Call, email or text!