Though it may be the smallest city in Los Angeles County, Hawaiian Gardens has plenty to offer apartment renters seeking big entertainment and recreation.
Town officials say Hawaiian Gardens got its name from a popular refreshment stand that attracted a lot of business in the 1920s and reminded many of Hawaii. In an unusual scenario, the town that sprung up around the profitable tourist attraction actually took its name, and today apartment renters in Hawaiian Gardens enjoy much of the charm and attractiveness that drew the town's original settlers back then.
There's also plenty in Hawaiian Gardens to remind apartment renters of the island chain that shares its name - including handsome streets lined with palm trees and a calm and comfortable climate. Hawaiian Garden's lush parks are also a great place for apartment renters to relax on a warm summer day or let their pets get some exercise.
Additionally, when they want to have some fun, apartment renters can head to the Hawaiian Gardens Casino. As one of the seven cities in Los Angeles County to allow casino gambling, Hawaiian Gardens offers apartment renters the thrilling opportunity to try their hand at no-limit hold 'em poker, blackjack, seven-card stud and a variety of other card games. It's one of the premier gaming venues in the Long Beach area, and players come from around the region to enter tournaments or simply enjoy a bite to eat.
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