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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Los Angeles?

    The price for luggage storage in Los Angeles starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Los Angeles?

    There are multiple locations all around Los Angeles which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Malibu Beach, Hollywood Park, Griffith Park and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Los Angeles?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Los Angeles.

  • Are there storage lockers in Los Angeles?

    Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Los Angeles. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Los Angeles where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Los Angeles?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Little Tokyo Mall, Smorgasburg Los Angeles, and McDonald's. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Los Angeles are The Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites, Wilshire Grand Center, and SpaceX.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Los Angeles?

    Los Angeles offers several scenic parks including MacArthur Park, Grand Park, and El Dorado East Regional Park.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Los Angeles?

    You can find local tourist information at Celebrity Helicopter, Fronteras Del Norte, and Mike's Tours.

  • What public transportation exists within Los Angeles?

    When flying to Los Angeles, you're likely to pass through Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) or Jerry's Trucking Co.. You're likely to pass through Harbor Transit Way, Inglewood Transit Center, or Bus Station if arriving by bus and Union Station, 7th Street/Metro Center Station, or Metro Rail - Harbor Freeway Station if arriving by train. Popular metro stations like Metro Rail - Union Station or LATTC Ortho Institute Expo Line Station can be used for transit within Los Angeles.

Luggage storage nearby most Los Angeles hotspots


Los Angeles Luggage Storage Guide 2024

Are you wondering, “Where can I store my luggage in Los Angeles?” Perhaps you just arrived in Los Angeles and need a place to store your bags before you check into your hotel or AirBnB -- or maybe you just checked out and don't want to drag your bags around with you for the rest of the day.

Perhaps, you're planning on shopping at Citadel Outlets, Whittwood Town Center, or Plaza West Covina and need a place to store your bags. Or, you're planning on sightseeing around Los Angeles at Malibu Beach, Hollywood Park, or Griffith Park and don't want to be burdened by your baggage.

Don't worry, there are plenty of options for luggage storage in Los Angeles!

Luggage storage nearby most Los Angeles hotspots

Bounce is one of the largest luggage storage networks in Los Angeles and the world.

Featured in The Boston Globe, TechCrunch and Forbes, Bounce is present in more than 2,000 cities. We partner with local hotels and shops to open up space for you to drop off your bags in essentially any major neighborhood.

Our team vets each location and provides all the security measures including BounceShield™ protection, security seals, and well-trained staff.

Bounce is the #1-rated bag storage network with thousands of 5-star reviews. Many of our shops are open for luggage storage 24/7 but this varies by location… We strategically open new spots so you can find the closest location to temporarily store your bags. Our prices in Los Angeles start at just $5.90 per 24h/bag.

Book through our website or mobile app (required) to get BounceShield™ protection, guaranteed space availability and 24/7 customer support. We love to travel as much as you so we make it as easy as possible! There are no size limits for suitcases or backpacks stored with Bounce. For less than a cup of coffee per bag, you can enjoy your entire day without dragging your bags with you!

Here are some ideas for making the most of your time in Los Angeles now that you are free from your baggage. Some notable places to relax before a flight are Porto's Bakery & Cafe, Starbucks, and Panera Bread. You can also go for a hike around Mt. Wilson Trail, Runyon Canyon Park, and Lake Hollywood Park. And if you’re looking for a night on the town, check out Buss Stop Bar, 901 Bar & Grill, and Dublin's Irish Whiskey Pub.

How do I store luggage in Los Angeles with Bounce?

You can store your luggage very quickly and easily. Simply select a location here. Find the shop that meets your preferences in terms of location & hours. Once you’ve chosen a location, you can book in under 2 minutes.

Space does fill up so booking before you go there is required, but you can show up right away. With your booking confirmation in hand, we’ll give you the exact details and directions to the shop. Once there, all you have to do is show your booking confirmation and we’ll tag and check in your bags.

You’re now free to enjoy Los Angeles without your things!


Store Your Luggage Around Los Angeles with Bounce

Los Angeles is one of the most iconic cities in the world, namely on account of Hollywood and its bustling entertainment industry. It also doesn’t hurt to offer near-perfect weather year-round, access to both the city and the beach, and an easy-does-it, go-with-the-flow mentality. The City of Angels is a sprawling metropolis with an array of diverse and vibrant neighborhoods, sometimes requiring a great deal of travel time to get from one place to the next. Don’t get stuck hauling your things around; if you’re looking for bag storage in Los Angeles, be sure to book with Bounce.

Are you a yogi who frequents a studio with no mat storage? An eco-conscious citizen who bikes, rather than drives, around the city wobbling for balance from the weight of your bags? An inhabitant of the Valley who can’t make it home to change from workwear to party clothes? Whatever the case may be, you can count on Bounce's Los Angeles luggage storage options to conveniently store your things for a daily rate less than that of an organic cold-pressed juice.

Perhaps you're visiting LA from out of town. If you’ll learn one thing about Los Angeles, it’s that traffic is a pretty inevitable part of the LA grind. Make the most of your time during your visit by storing your luggage with Bounce. Save yourself from some frustrating commutes solely dedicated to dropping off and accessing your things.

LA Luggage Storage

Bounce has teamed up with businesses all around LA so that you can seamlessly store your things for hours or days at a time. Locals and visitors alike prize the convenience and ease of short-term bag and luggage storage in Los Angeles offered by Bounce. Simply search for a Bounce partner near your area of interest, drop off your things, and live your best LA life unburdened by extra weight.

Los Angeles City Guide

Top Things to Do

Compared to some of our other favorite cities such as NYC and San Francisco, Los Angeles is extremely vast, which makes it a bit more difficult to experience everything that may be on your list. Regardless, it's certainly worth a try! If you're feeling overwhelmed by the expansive City of Angels, look no further than to Bounce's guides to the best things to see and do in LA.

Whether you're traveling to LA with your family and need to find some things to do in LA with kids, or you want to find out about the best hiking trails in the Los Angeles area, we've got all the information you'll need for the perfect trip.


Los Angeles doesn't rely solely on film and television to offer locals and visitors its share of cultural attractions. It also boasts some of the best museums in the country, including the following:

  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Located in the central LA neighborhood of Miracle Mile, LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States. LACMA features permanent collections ranging from Greek and Roman art, Islamic art, photography, and film, and the Urban Light installation in front of the museum's Wilshire Boulevard entrance is one of LACMA's most notable features, for those looking for free things to do in LA. (Bag-check policy: LACMA offers storage for bags over the dimensions of 14.5" x 8" x 17".)
  • J. Paul Getty Museum: Situated in quaint, upscale Brentwood in West LA, Getty housed the world's greatest private collection of art before opening to the public in 1974. The permanent collection includes Western art dating from the Middle Ages to the present day, from the likes of Rubens, Rembrandt, Monet, Manet, and Cézanne. (Bag-check policy: The Getty allows visitors to check bags and luggage larger than 11" x 17" x 8").
  • The Broad: Only a short walk away from Union Station LA, the Broad is a leading contemporary art museum that offers free admission to its permanent galleries. It houses works from household names including Warhol, Lichtenstein, and Koons. (Bag-check policy: The Broad offers bag-check services, though strongly encourages storing them elsewhere. We recommend dropping your bags off with a Bounce partner nearby in Downtown LA).

If you love museums, check out our guide to the best museums to visit in LA to find out more about the places you can visit.


Los Angeles offers some of the best shopping in the world, which isn't surprising given its high celebrity population. However, retail therapy isn't reserved only for the rich and famous. Take a look at a few of our picks below, or explore our guide to shopping in LA for a complete list of the best places to shop, from flea markets to vintage shops to designer malls.

  • Rodeo Drive: Rodeo Drive (and the surrounding streets in Beverly Hills) is one of the most iconic spots for shopping in Los Angeles. It's definitely worth a stroll to get a glimpse of how the one percent live. For more wallet-friendly options nearby, check out Westfield Century City or the Beverly Center.
  • The Grove: Located in the Fairfax District, the Grove is one of LA's most popular shopping, dining, and entertainment hubs. The outdoor mall is always abuzz and offers a variety of places from which to shop, such as Nordstrom, Barnes and Noble, Barneys New York, and Sephora. It's also next to the famous Farmers Market, perfect for finding locally sourced food and drinks.
  • Third Street Promenade: There's something for everyone at this lively hub near the water in Santa Monica. Whether you're shopping for clothes, souvenirs, or something else, you're bound to find what you're looking for at a store or stall here.


It's no surprise that a city as big as Los Angeles has incredible dining options—but where do you even begin? If you're looking to find a great brunch location in LA or some of the best street food that the city has to offer, take a look at our guides to find out all our favorite locations in Los Angeles.

If it's dinner you want, the list below doesn't even scratch the surface, but as far as quintessential LA fare goes, you can't go wrong with these options:

  • Asian cuisine: Check out the respective authentic delicacies in Little Tokyo, Thai Town, and Koreatown. Other favorites outside of these ethnic enclaves include the various outposts of Night + Market for Thai and Nobu (in West Hollywood or up the coast in Malibu) for first-class sushi and Japanese food.
  • Venice eateries: Venice is one of the best LA neighborhoods for eats that are as trendy as they are delicious. We recommend eating lunch at Gjusta, grabbing a drink at Cafe Hinano, and indulging your sweet tooth at Salt & Straw.
  • In-N-Out: Sure, In-N-Out is all over the Southwest and Pacific, so it isn't particular to LA. However, if you're in town from out of state, you'll likely be lambasted if you don't stop by for a meal at this burger chain that garners a cult-like following. Take your pick from several locations across the city, including one on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood and the South Sepulveda Boulevard outpost on your way to or from LAX.

In LA for the evening? Explore all the things you can do in Los Angeles at night with our handy guide!


Los Angeles, California, is one of America’s major leaders in tourism, entertainment, and industry. The City of Angels houses the world-renowned neighborhood of Hollywood, as well as legendary sports teams like the Los Angeles Clippers, Rams, Kings, and, of course, the LA Lakers. As of 2020, LA’s population is almost 4 million strong - not including the millions of visitors that the city receives every year.

Such a sprawling city undoubtedly experiences its fair share of crime. However, the National Crime Index proposes that LA experiences far less crime than you might expect. On a scale of 1 to 100 - 1 representing cities with the most criminal activity, and vice versa for 100 - The City of Angels ranks at number 17. Out of about 3,990,456 citizens, 1 in 132 Angelenos might encounter violent crime throughout the year. Conversely, 1 in 39 Angelenos could have their property damaged or stolen by a criminal. Stay sharp, cooperate with LAPD officers, store your luggage with Bounce, and have a great time while visiting LA.

Frequently Asked Questions

“What’s the best way to get around Los Angeles?”

  • It’s nearly impossible to travel around any part of California without a car, let alone a city as busy as Los Angeles. Taxi cabs do run through California - they just tend to get booked pretty fast. Your best bet is to rent a car if you want to visit LA via services like Enterprise and Carvana. Check out our article on all the different ways you can get around LA.

“Is public transportation in Los Angeles safe?”

  • In the daytime, Los Angeles’ buses and trains are perfectly safe. However, everything changes at night - when there are fewer people around. Again, LA’s low violent crime rate suggests that you aren’t likely to encounter trouble. However, we recommend staying vigilant and avoiding the use of public transportation late at night.

“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in Los Angeles?”

  • Pacific Palisades is Los Angeles’s safest neighborhood - not only according to several crime databases but also according to weekly crime reports from the LAPD. This will come as no surprise to native Angelenos, as numerous celebrities and business tycoons live in this neighborhood. If you want to know more about the local neighborhoods, take a look at our article about where you should stay in LA.

“What are the best museums to visit in Los Angeles?”

  • The Broad is one of LA’s most famous contemporary art museums and features impressive art from all around the world. While not a museum in the traditional sense, Amoeba Music is an independent record store that invites visitors to browse their massive music collection. The Griffith Observatory is also one of LA’s most beloved, free tourist locales.

“What’s the best time of year to visit Los Angeles?”

  • There’s always something going on in Los Angeles - 24/7, 365 days of the year. Numerous concerts, festivals, and special events take place every month, so there really isn’t a wrong time to visit. LA is also perpetually packed with tons of other folks, which is why the City of Angels is also called the City of Traffic. 

Where can I store my luggage in Los Angeles?

This popular city boasts many options for storing luggage while you are in town. Although you will not find any storage companies at LAX airport, they do offer Left Luggage services for a fee. Your best bet is to use a luggage storage company with an office or location in the city. You’ll find them at all the major transit hubs as well as tourist attractions, large shopping and dining areas, and other popular spots throughout Los Angeles.

Are there storage lockers in Los Angeles?

Yes, Los Angeles has all sorts of luggage lockers where you can drop off your belongings for an hour or even overnight. However, they are not manned by staff so you will have to store them yourself and pay by the hour at most of them. This can cost you quite a bit if you need them for longer than a few hours.

How much does it cost to store my luggage in Los Angeles?

In Los Angeles, expect to pay from about $1 to $2 per hour for a luggage locker to $5.90 to $10 per day at luggage storage companies. If you choose LAX Left Luggage services, you are going to pay at least $12 per day.

Can I store my luggage at Los Angeles train station?

Yes, in Los Angeles at the Amtrak Baggage Claim you can leave your bags at Parcel Check for $10 per day for those with a ticket and $20 per day for those without a ticket. Outside the station, you can find a variety of choices from luggage lockers to luggage storage companies.

Visiting other cities?

We've got you covered. Did you know that Bounce has luggage storage locations in more than 2000 cities around the world? We want you to have the freedom to explore no matter where you are. This includes:

1. Luggage storage in Lisbon

2. Luggage storage in Sydney

3. Luggage storage in Amsterdam

4. Luggage storage in Tokyo

5. Luggage storage in London

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