I was so happy with this choice!
This is a meticulously maintained property, especially in Housekeeping's attention to all hygenic details.
This hotel is often used by very large corporations that are nearby so it is held to a higher standard than the usual blah airport property.
Perfect for me since I did not have a car! Of course, there is a free shuttle between the terminals and the hotel and within a 3 mile radius of the hotel, too.
I initially intended to make use of its location next to a Green Line Metro Rail stop ("El Segundo" but ended up taking the very convenient "FlyAway" bus that leaves from LAX to several convenient transfer points (see my "Transportation Tips" for more detailed info).
There is a very well-supplied, complimentary business center.
All personnel were very helpful. They were especially organized in notifying people about Daylight Savings; even called to make extra sure I received my very early AM wake-up call.
The only minor shortfall is the breakfast which is a bit confused. Good food but not clear who you're meant to order from- resulting in a mad dash to and from the egg station.
I'd go for Four Seasons at Beverly Hills.
Great suites with views, library, pool, dining areas, spa, fitness room, etc.
Lovely lounge area, cool library, lots of greenery.
Wonderful panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills and downtown Los Angeles from the east-facing suites.
West-facing balconies offer views of Beverly Hills and the Bel Air hills.
Very high standard of interiors, luxurious bathrooms
As an Angelino my vote would be Downtown. Lots of great hotels, centrally located can easily access Hollywood, Beaches and Disneyland. Can get to some of these places very easily on Metro http://www.metro.net/ downtown walking distance to many restuarnts muesums...recommend the following hotel http://www.figueroahotel.com/
Santa Monica is nice but is not central and it only has the beach...from Downtown you have more options...thats my recommendation. Happy travels : )
My family has lost their bag with indian passport from your hotel on 15th MAy
morning from breakfast lounge and till date none of their memebers made a little
effort to get that back. Its an pathetic service I have got from Embassy suites
LAX. If there hotel is not safe for international tourist they should mention that
in their hotel details. I am ashamed of my self by keeping my family in that hotel
and for the metal trauma they went throught after lost their valuables and
Please think twice before going to the same hotel.
THE HOTEL IS NOT SAFE FOR TOURISTS ESPECIALLY INTERNATIONAL TOURIST
A nice clean place with big rooms and comfy beds.secure parking. frendly helpful staff. you cannot ask for more. we drove from las vagas to LA and was so glad we booked this hotel. great for a road trip like we went on. i would like to thank all the people in the area for a great time.
The Rodeway Inn Huntington Park is located in Huntington Park, Calif. Three miles from the Staples Center Four miles from the Los Angeles Convention Center Hotel Features. Complimentary continental breakfasts Complimentary wireless Internet access throughout the hotel Kalifornia Cuisine Restaurant Guestrooms. Cable television Jetted tubs in select rooms Refrigerators and microwave ovens available for a fee.
I was stayed at best western los angeles hotels at lowest rates. The Best western Hotels Ameniteis are fabulous and I can't forget them. Interior of that hotel was superb. Very Impressive and more outstanding place are there nearby. Continental meals, things to do, attractions in closed.
Overall the services of there are superb.
fantastic dinning, indoor swimming pool, continental best hot breakfast etc
I chose the Quality Inn because of it's location. I wanted something close to the Catalina Jazz Club and Hollywood Walk of Fame. While there were other accommodations in that same general area I decided on the Quality Inn after reading many reviews.
I arrived in Hollywood a little earlier than expected and the staff was nice enough to let me check in early. The room was large, clean and equipped with a tv, coffee maker, refrigerator and internet capabilities. I did not use any of these other than the fridge for some bottled water. There was also a spacious closet with and iron and ironing board. They provided shampoo, soap and lotion as well. I was thrilled to see they also had a hairdryer in the room. Unfortunately that always is not the case in some hotels. For their guests they also provide a free continental breakfast. However I had already made breakfast plans so I did not use this service.
There was an ample amount of towels and the shower was wonderful. The bed was fantastic. Not to firm or soft but just right. It was actually more comfortable than my bed at home.
The room was located on the first floor facing the courtyard but near the street. It was very quiet and I was not bothered by any noise. The Inn is located on North LaBrea and within a few blocks away from the Walk of Fame and the Catalina club. There is basically anything you could ever want or need in that area. There were at least three mini strip malls within a block or so away from the hotel in addition to many eateries, a 711, a Rite Aid etc... The location is awesome. You are also very close to public transportation whether it be a bus or metro train.
The manager was friendly and very helpful. Checking in and out was a breeze.
I will definitely be staying there again and highly recommend it to other travelers.
You cannot beat this location.
Amazing. This is in the heart of Los Angeles and was a classy act from start to finish. It is NOT a traditional hotel but they give you a key and you stay in a really nice decorated apartment with everything you might need. I stayed only 2 days but could have stayed much longer. Great pool and great service. I booked this through some company called OMG Travel and would stay there again if I ever go back to Los Angeles. (Note: It is not IN Beverly Hills but just called the Beverly Hills Penthouse because of the luxury) and is near the Museum District in Los Angeles))
Great 360 view of the city from the roof - where the swimming pool is. Full kitchen in the apartment.
7 nights in May 2008 to shop eat drive explore and do theme parks. Booked months in advance a double room was about $37 + tax. In the self regulated Days Inn assesment it gets 3 sunbursts (stars) from 5 which seems about right.
Location better than the motel itself, but it was clean enough, and again a budget option so stretching top a 4 from5 rating for my tip
The best thing about this motel is that it is walking distance to Knotts Berry Farm and a short drive to Disney, as well as being handy for the I-5.
The worst thing was that there were only seats rather than loungers at the small pool area
The car park was resurfaced during our stay, this is the only picture I could find which is not like me if I did not take more
Technically this hotel is in Valencia, an hour north of downtown Los Angeles but it is in the "Greater LA Area." Traveling north from San Diego, arriving in LA just after rush hour and not wanting to get caught in morning LA traffic this is a good spot to stay for the evening.
It gets you out of LA and gives you a good 1 hour start on your travels the next day.
Close to 6-Flags amusement park this is a great place to stay and take in the park.
Best of all for us, it is pet friendly and the beds are very comfortable.
AAA Members receive a pretty good discount. It more than pays for the CA Room Taxes.
I always recommend Santa Monica. It's a great area (very touristy). The beach is nice and you have Venice beach on one side and Malibu on the other. So it give you ample things to do. You can go bike riding/roller blading along Venice/Santa Monica, you can go hiking in Malibu area, surfing in Malibu area. It's also not too far form Beverly Hills and Hollywood on a good day 20-30 mins. It's a little far from disneyland, but still you're central, so you can easily do Universal and Disney (40-90mins). Santa Monica also has great shopping along the Promenade and great restaurants. It's the perfect place to live and stay!
This hotel is fairly new. It's in a great location close to many things to do!
The rooms and furnishing are almost brand new. The Suites are huge and the beds are super comfy. Of course since it's a Holiday Inn Express a hot breakfast is included.
I am a local so I've never stayed at any of the hotels you mentioned. However, I do have some knowledge about some of them. Shutters is right on the beach and a very popular hotel. The Viceroy is the number 1 hotel amongst the locals and visitors alike. It is across the street from the beach -- a friend stayed there while it was being renovated. She had a huge suite for very little money. That was BEFORE it became The Viceroy though. Now the hotel is gorgeous, has two pools, posh and definitely a must-see. Another really nice hotel is The Georgian -- a historic hotel with a great location -- overlooking the ocean and ideal for shopping.
Viceroy - retro design, large suites and great service. Georgian has a beautiful lobby and terrace area - best location overall and Shutters is on the beach with all the modern amenities - a fun place to be.
Motel6 in Hollywood is located in the middle of Hollywood. It's really simple, absolutely no frills, don't expect much for paying so little. If you want to stay somewhere cheap just to have somewhere to sleep and shower, stay here. I enjoyed my experience when I stayed here to go to a concert on Hollywood Blvd. You can walk to the Pantages Theater, hollywood blvd. highland mall, restaurants, clubs.. and many other attractions. The staff is very helpful they can give you directions anywhere. There is limited parking available for $10.00 a day. When their small lot fills up they send you to another city parking lot (monitored) that is down one block on Hollywood blvd located on Cherokee for $8 a day.
There are a number of hostels around LA:
I doubt they're on Sunset Blvd, but you could find the bus/subway schedule and travel cheaply.
LA isn't a car-less travelers friend...its large expansive sprawl makes for slow travel...well heck, its slow in a car too!
But there are some hostels here and there, mainly close to the beaches, in Santa Monica, Venice Beach, etc.
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