Glendale is a rather sleepy town in SoCal. That’s the hip name for “Southern California”. Well, not that sleepy. Among other things, it’s home to the “Museum of Neon Art,” and that is well worth a visit. It’s not huge but it shows neon signs from the past. Not only that, but in addition to exhibitions and tours, the museum provides introductory lessons in glass bending in the state-of-the-art studio if you want to have a go!
Glendale has a population of just over 200,000 and is also home to Universal Studios Hollywood which is one of the oldest and most famous Hollywood film studios still in use. There is also The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens which focuses on American art from the 17th to 20th centuries and European art from the 18th and 19th centuries. The botanical gardens cover over 120 acres and include a Japanese Garden and a Chinese Garden.
If you are a golfer, you have the Arroyo Seco golf course, and if you fancy trying your hand at roller skating there is the Moonlight Rollerway which has been open since 1950. There are also a considerable number of different parks in which you can walk the dog, or just relax. So, there are plenty of things to do in and around Glendale if you are sent here on assignment.
Corporate Housing Is So Much Better Than a Hotel
If you are, you will also want Glendale, California, corporate housing if you are staying for more than a few days. It is so much better than trying to live out of a suitcase in a cramped hotel room, and it costs less too. At Key Housing we can help you with Glendale, California, corporate housing of all types, whether you need a one-bed apartment, a two-bed, or a four bedroom home complete with a yard and a pool. We have housing that will fit your individual needs. Many of our properties are also dog-friendly, so you won’t have to put Rover in kennels for weeks on end.
Glendale, California, corporate housing is very much like living in your own home. Well, come to that, it is your own home for the duration of your stay. So, you can come and go as you please, cook what you want when you want, do your own laundry, and generally live as you would anyway. You can meet local people and invite them round for drinks or a meal as well.
And all this for less than the cost of staying in a hotel.