This Holiday Inn is a convenient option for one visiting the South Bay area just southwest from the Los Angeles Habro Gateway. A common visitor here is the traveling businessman. I have noticed especially Asian suits and ties here which is no surprisely considering Torrance has seen a surge in the Asian population. Mainly, I have come here as a comfortable layover from work. Staff is friendly and up to par with hotel standards of customer service. Facilities are well-kept and decor, especially in the lobby is very pleasant.Though not having stayed here for accomodation overnight, looking around, I feel it very hospitable. The Ginger Cafe is the main option for dining and there is also a sushi bar and refreshment stop.
One slight disadvantage here is that there are not places around in walking distance to go to and be entertained or amused. Though pleasant looking, the area is quite industrial. Public transport, however, is an option and can lead eventually to the entertainng Del Amo mall area and San Pedro/habor area, as well as hour+ routes to downotwn LA and West Hollywood (Torance bus #1 and Metro 550).
More info from the hotel:
329 rooms, 13 floors, Built 1986, Renovated in 1997, Check-in is at 3:00 PM and check-out is at12:00 PM
Unique Quality: very business friendly, caters often to Asian (esp Japanese clientel)
Directions: East Torrance (Torrance Gateway), very close to 91-110-405 Freeway exits leading on to Artesia Blvd
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Address: 19800 S. Vermont Ave., Torrance, California, 90502, United States