A place to call home
Seeking unique accommodations?
Ones that provide you with both the amenities of a contemporary hotel as well as the comforts and conveniences of home? Where sophistication and good value go hand in hand?
Where your neighborhood location puts you in convenient proximity to all of L.A.’s important areas for either work or play?
LOS ANGELES ZEN RETREATS IS HERE TO MEET THOSE NEEDS.
We offer our guests temporary status as residents of wonderful local neighborhoods, providing an authentic Los Angeles experience, something difficult to find in more conventional accommodations.
Designed and managed by Third Power Hospitality, the properties were created with an underlying eco-conscious philosophy supporting our standing as good local neighbors and responsible global citizens.
The beautifully designed interiors are contemporary and chic, yet comfortable and familiar.
Very well-equipped kitchens allow you to cook your own gourmet meals for family and friends, and comfortable, hip living areas inspire enjoyable relaxation together as a group.
Not forgotten are the modern amenities that keep you in step with the world - Wi Fi Network and printer for computer • Flat Screen TVs with
Satellite or Digital Cable and DVD * Comfortable Desk Area for writing screenplays or checking emails - these are all important elements of each property that round out a balanced urban rental experience, either for work, pleasure or both!
Each property has its own unique & lovely outdoor area designed for quiet relaxation, bringing the beauty of L.A.’s climate and natural surroundings directly to your senses.
The words Zen Retreat suggests a state of mind that is relaxed and focused, inspired and meditative.
With careful design and management, Los Angeles Zen Retreats has created living spaces that offer guests this quiet and comfortable environment, where the comforts of home combine with inspired property design to offer a special experience that you will remember because of the good time it inspired and the good value that it was.