The ultimate luxury in Los Angeles is that of sanctuary, a place removed from the cacophonous commotion of the city, while still posted in the city’s bustling epicenter. And, it being the home of Hollywood, what better “sanctuary” might Los Angeles offer, than a hideaway dedicated to the silver screen legends that once wandered its…

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Are you ready to set out on a quirky adventure? Stay at what was formerly Charlie Chaplin’s whimsical hideaway, slumber inside of an orb in the middle of the Canadian Rainforest, hang out under the stars in a funky airstream, venture over the bay to stay on an island, or live like a King in…

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By Laurel Modlen/ Julia Posey Hidden behind a wooden gate on a quiet residential street in West Hollywood, a compound of English Tudor-style bungalows has become a fairy-tale-like home away from home for those lucky enough to discover its charms. Sprinkled with the pixie dust of Hollywood history, the property at 819 North Sweetzer was…

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By: Jasmine Gokbilgin Editor-in-Chief/TV Host Media Personality As unpredictable life proves to be, it is full of surprises and just when you think you know your town, think again. Just when you think you experienced the most beautiful moment, you can be moments away from experiencing another one, it’s just a matter of being open…

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In 1924, the Ruth Gordon family built Charlie Chaplin a set of private bungalows as a countryside escape. In 2008, the property opened as The Charlie in what’s now West Hollywood. Although no one knows for sure which old Hollywood stars absconded to the hideaway, hotelier Menachem Treivush made the most of the rumors by…

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