Traveling to Los Angeles? I’ll let you in on a little secret of mine…..

Know anyone traveling to Los Angeles?

I’ve got the answer!

The Museum Row Guest House

It’s the perfect hideout for a Los Angeles visit.

Do you have parents coming and you want them close by, but not under foot?

Are you an actor who needs a comfy place to crash during pilot season?

Want to experience LA in a comfortable “home” enviornment instead of a hotel?

Are you here on an extended business stay and need a home away from home?

This is a great solution!

The Museum Row Guest House is the brain child of couple Merritt Price and Carla Roth.  The perfect hosts. I know this first hand because they’ve had me over for dinner.  Merritt is an astounding cook and Carla is warm and inviting.  They make you feel right at home, the food is incredible, wine and conversation flows. On top of all that, they have impeccable taste and design ascetic. No detail is over looked and they have carried this lifestyle over to their Museum Row Guest House.

The Kitchen Area

The Guest House is 524 Square feet, eco-friendly, with a private electronic security system, and its own private sitting area, nestled on a tree line street in the centrally located Wilshire Vista neighborhood.  Amenities galore: A Breakfast Welcome Basket, 42″ High Tech TV, Wi Fi, equipped kitchen, high-end 100% cotton linens, Rain Fall Shower, Plush bathrobes, the list goes on.

The Bedroom

The Breakfast “Welcome Basket”

Private Sitting Area

Get on-line ASAP to reserve your dates!  The word is getting out.

Museum Row Guest House 

xoxo Carrie

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