The Best L.A. Digs $100 Will Get You On Airbnb

Known around the world as the stomping grounds for movie stars and pop icons, Los Angeles isn't exactly known for being an affordable city. This especially rings true when it comes to hotels: To find a room that doesn't cost you a fortune, you'd have to compromise on the location — and likely spend hours stuck in traffic.

But, if you think staying in Tinseltown will break your bank, you'd be terribly mistaken: Airbnb has a myriad of affordable rental options, ranging from quirky to cozy to downright amazing. From vintage RVs to historic mansions, we've rounded up the most mind-blowing listings in L.A. for under $100 per night.

Bungalow in West Adams, Los Angeles

Built in the 1910s, this charming bungalow is outfitted with a front porch swing and air conditioning. The location is a short drive to Hollywood, Echo Park, Beverly Hills, and other sights.
Bungalow in West Adams, Los Angeles

The generously-sized master bedroom is furnished with a king-sized Tempur-Pedic mattress. However, with a a backyard gazebo, a private patio, and an herb garden, you'll hardly be spending much time indoors.

From $75/night
Vintage Trailer in Downtown L.A.

Staying in a loft is already a cool travel experience in our book, but this Airbnb takes it to the next level. For $80 a night, you can spend a night in this 1954 vintage trailer — parked inside a 6,000 sq. ft. loft replete with indie artwork and travel books. There's even a swing within the premises.
Vintage Trailer in Downtown L.A.

The loft is a great way to meet other creatives passing by the city, but if you need a bit of peace and quiet, you can always sneak back to your cozy home within a home.

From $80/night
The Kingsley House in Koreatown

This historic mansion is a film set, landmark, and a vacation rental all rolled into one. This French Chateau features six bedrooms, four fireplaces, an outdoor heated pool, and a manicured garden. The best part? A night at one of the bedrooms costs less than $100.
The Kingsley House in Koreatown

This magnificent spiral staircase is fit for Hollywood royalty.

From $95/night
Cozy Room in Pico-Union

This private bedroom might not be spacious, but the cerulean walls and ocean-inspired decor are giving us beach shack vibes.
Cozy Room in Pico-Union

The rest of the apartment is equally Instagrammable, thanks to abundant natural light and an expansive indoor plant collection.

From $49/night
Airstream Trailer in Elyria Canyon

This futuristic-looking RV is surrounded by cacti, succulents, and flora, with an incredible view of L.A. on your doorstep.
Airstream Trailer in Elyria Canyon

The vehicle is parked in an urban farm, where you can unwind from city life accompanied by roaming chickens — a unique L.A. experience, to say the least. The only downside? You'll need to figure out how to work the compost toilet.

$68/night
Private Room With Pool In Downtown L.A.

This Airbnb listing is in the heart of downtown L.A., just steps away from Staples Center and public transportation. You'll get access to all the swanky facilities in the building, including a gym, rooftop jacuzzi, and swimming pool.
Private Room With Pool In Downtown L.A.

The light-filled living space comes with barebones patio furniture. But, who really cares if there's a rooftop pool to lounge in?

From $60/night
Trendy Bedroom in Koreatown

This sunny apartment is owned by an accessories designer, and her impeccable taste is reflected by the gorgeous furniture.
Trendy Bedroom in Koreatown

That pink, scalloped bathroom sink design is everything.

From $70/night
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