Sheraton Los Angeles - Downtown

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

711 South Hope Street, Los Angeles, California, 90017, United States

3 Reviews

Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
24%
153
Very Good
32%
205
Average
26%
166
Poor
9%
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Terrible
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  • Families66
  • Couples66
  • Solo65
  • Business56
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    is now the Sheraton Los Angeles

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    Sheraton bought this property from Hyatt in 2005 and has improved the rooms with bigger, comfy king beds. In addition to the $159 room charge, they add at $22.26 Occupancy Tax. Parking is another $22. During the weeks when business is slow, the rooms can be as low $129 with free parking. Very good room service.

    Unique Quality: When Hyatt ran this hotel, there was a floor of rooms equipped with extra large beds, doorways and showers for the NBA basketball teams to stay in when they were in town to play the Lakers or Clippers. Might be handy for tall travelers!

    Directions: Downtown at Macy's Plaza on Hope at 7th

  • Hyatt West Hollywood aka Continental Riot House

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    This Hyatt has an infamous and legendary Rock and Roll history from Led Zep riding motorcycles down the hallways to Axl Rose tossing barbequed steaks off the balcony. However even after a multi-million dollar make over it is very tired looking and well beyond it's glory days. This is by far the worst Hyatt I have ever stayed in. You very easily feel like you're in a rundown and noisy youth hostel rather than a Hyatt. The Rock and Roll party has sadly pretty much ended on the Strip for now and clientele of this hotel has definitely changed as well. For the same price or less you can stay at the wonderful art-deco Argyle Hotel right across the street. Also the Chateau Marmont and Best Western Sunset Plaza on the same block are also good alternatives. If you have some extra money to blow, stay at the Mondrian also right across the street. This will get you access to the exclusive celebrity hangout the Skybar on top of the hotel.

    Unique Quality: The one positive attribute of this hotel is the rooftop pool. The view is great however they don't serve any beverages (alcohol or otherwise) up there during the day so you probably won't spend a whole lot of time hanging out. They do serve cocktails at night though.

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    Hotel in the middle of the action!

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    I had a great time and the "Hyatt Riot" hotel on Sunset Blvd. This hotel has housed some of the biggest names in music and film, such as Led Zeppelin and Guns n' Roses! If you decide to stay here be sure to get one of the rooms overlooking the Sunset Strip because you can see what's going on all day and night! I think there is an extra $10 charge a night with this view.

    Unique Quality: The things I like best about this hotel is that it has rooftop pool and the best view in town! You can see 180 degrees around the city from the top of the hotel!
    Also needing to be mentioned is the fact that you can simply walk out the front door of the hotel and there you are on Sunset with a variety of things at your fingertips (such as live music clubs, restaurants and comedy clubs). In fact this hotel is right beside the Laugh Factory and right across from the legendary House of Blues.
    Good tip: be sure to bring some earplugs for when you do want to get some sleep! It gets pretty rowdy down on Sunset.

    Directions: Directions coming soon.

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Great service, bed and parking,but had its cracks too.

by TripAdvisor Member Whiteshoes

The Sheraton was a great hotel. The beds and service were awesome. My family and I were tired from the plane ride when we checked in. The front desk was very accomadating and fast. The valet was very very good. They remembered our name by the second day. Yes, parking is expensive. But then again, this is L.A. and all parking is expensive. We were happy to find great room service. The following morning we ordered breakfast it was really good After a long day on the town, we came back and found that the room was krispy clean. We had a good night sleep then went next door into the mall. The mall was disgusting.There were large number of homeless people using the bathrooms. Not a safe environment. Overall the stay, was very pleasant minus the huge amounts of homeless people in the mall.

Great room; decent location

by TripAdvisor Member S0CalTraveler

My husband and I decided to explore downtown LA for the weekend and got a great deal on a room, which proved to be huge, clean and the king-sized bed just as "heavenly" as billed. We loved everything about it. There is a restaurant that opens from both the hotel and the mall that's attached to it. But we opted for an underground pub down the street for dinner and a nearby IHOP for the next day's breakfast. Many recommended cafes were closed on weekends.

The hotel's in a great location for tourists. Not only is it within walking distance of major attractions, such as Disney Hall and the MOCA on Grand Ave, but it's also equidistant to the Staples Center on Figueroa in the other direction. We took in both museums and a Lakers game, so that was ideal. Best of all if you aren't into walking, there's a subway station just across the street that was extremely easy to navigate. You buy a one-way or round-trip ticket and then head to either the blue or red train lines, where it's easy to figure out which direction to take. You can easily head into Hollywood and back using the transit system.

Hotel staff was very nice. After reading reviews here about the price and hassles with parking, we opted to take the train to and from Union Station. Very easy commute by Metro train.

If you aren't familiar with big-city downtowns, the homeless situation might affect you. There's a different vibe to this area on weekends, and you do have to be mindful of your surroundings. But the same holds true for most other major cities' urban cores. Perhaps because of the homeless, you can't use the restrooms on the lobby level without a room key card. Keep that in mind.

Great Bed, Great Service, had better parking

by TripAdvisor Member JALU3

My wife and myself decided to take a quick day trip to LA from San Diego, and found this 4 star hotel on a travel website. After a short (2 hour) drive we pulled into Downtown LA and after only a short drive from I-110 we were able to find the hotel easily, checking in after 2000.

Once there we found the room spacious, but the restroom with much to be desired. The bed was soft and supple, and there was more then enough room for all our lougage. Ontop of that we found the front desk staff to be kind and helpful. When they observed that we were over booked they provided us with the information to get the additonal bookings cancelled and refunded. When we asked for a good place to eat, even after 2300 they pointed us towards a local, nearby, and hearty eatery. On top of that we were booked into a corner room, with a wonderful view.

The only thing to be wanted were better parking facilities. The Hotel, which is part of a department store and office building set up, shares its parking facilities with its neighboors. Therefore, if one chooses to Self Park there is high traffic that your vehicle is subject too. Furthermore, they state that they are experiencing difficulty with their parking system, which parking is usually covered as part of your stay; thus one can incur a small charge for parking.

However, because of this set-up it could prove to be advantagous as well. For withint eh small shopping area are multiple specialty stores that one would not normally find as part of your hotel experience.

I would be more then happy to refer others to this hotel if they continue with the wonderful customer service.

An enjoyable stay!

by TripAdvisor Member AULV_07

Stayed here on business travel for 3 nights in a corner unit that had a wonderful view of the surrounding L.A. Downtown hi-rises. Very clean, well appointed, and the bed was super comfortable!
Hotel provides in-room complimentary bottled water & newspaper each day along with quality toiletries, plenty of nice towels and comfy pillows. Had a huge closet - triple of what I actually needed. Guest services, the lobby, the sundry store and the dining were all top notch! Would absolutely stay here again =)

standard convention-type hotel, nothing special

by TripAdvisor Member n.balba

Stayed here for one night. General impression is that this is your typical box-standard business/convention hotel that benefits from location and the brand but has no personality of its own. Nice beds, but rooms seem a little aged. The service was fine, and the two room service orders I placed were both delivered very quickly in less then 5 minutes.

Convienent location

by TripAdvisor Member ernielim0216

The hotel is not bad. It was a convenient place for me because my friends live in downtown.

Pros:
1) Not to expensive.
2) Location is convenient if you have stuff to do in downtown or Korea town. It is also located right near the 110 and the 10 so you can pretty much get anywhere from here.
3) Nice lobby with a great bar.
4) For those that like to go shopping at Macy's its located in the same building.

Cons:
1) Self parking you have to go up to the 4th floor in this huge circle. It can make a person quite dizzy.
2) The charge for a late checkout past 1pm.

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 Sheraton Los Angeles - Downtown

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Address: 711 South Hope Street, Los Angeles, California, 90017, United States