Hotels Near Belmont Tacos
Hotels Near Belmont Tacos In Los Angeles
3.19km from downtownThis time I used Ctrip to book hotels during my trip in the United States. Compared with priceline, booking, and tripadviser, I found that Ctrip's offer is still quite competitive, and the information is basically accurate, including parking fees and whether you have to wait for meals. I used to come back to review less frequently. I will refer to the user reviews here before booking this time. I feel that it is generally fair, so I also plan to take a moment to leave my personal feeling. Although subjective, I hope to have some reference.
Near Koreatown, parking is free, breakfast is very good, and it is relatively rare in downtown Los Angeles.
3.81km from downtownThere are a lot of things to eat on the edge of the city in South Korea. The Koreatown Hotel is open until the early hours of the morning. It is convenient to operate 24 hours a day. The location of the hotel is very close to Hollywood Beverly Hills. It is more cost-effective and convenient than staying in downtown. Hotel room toilet is a bit cold and no heating. The street where the hotel is located is a residential building. It’s a little scary to walk at night. But it’s just five minutes to go to the hotel area.
Very Good14 Reviews
3.87km from downtownThis is the worst hotel in the West Coast hotel. The facilities are old. The hotel looks good. It is in the South Korean city. The dinner is served in the opposite Korean restaurant. It tastes good, very authentic, and both. It was opened by Koreans. In addition, the sensitivity of the hotel’s room card opening is very bad. It is often impossible to open. It is estimated to be degaussed, and the hardware is relatively backward.
Very Good86 Reviews
3.91km from downtownThe hotel is very good, the service attitude is also very good, the front desk is very patient, but the bathroom is relatively small but it is very suitable for taking pictures ins style I like it very much, can replace pets
Very Good10 Reviews
3.57km from downtown“It was quite difficult looking for a Hotel for the dates we were looking at. Hometel Suites was the nicest hotel near DTLA that was affordable for 6 nights. Although there were mixed reviews, the renovation looked really nice online so I booked it. Upon arrival, the guest service agents were very kind & allowed us to check in earlier than allowed. The elevator is still under construction so we had to walk up. We were first given a beautiful room on the 2nd floor but wanted a better view so they gave us the same room on the 4th. The stairs were worth being further up. Overall, the area is quiet, there’s a convenience store and laundromat across the street with coffee & a vending machine in the lobby. It worked for us, it’s not the fanciest lobby but the ROOM is definitely top notch & the housekeeping was always on point. My only suggestions are: MORE than one pillow each on the bed, a softer mattress, better channels and for housekeeping to pay attention to small details when cleaning because Guests notice everything!”
3.66km from downtownI like the room interior very much. Antique and nice. It was like coming to a cafe. The room is clean and the location is 5 minutes by car. I would like to visit if I go back.
Very Good13 Reviews
4.19km from downtownHad a comfortable and enjoyable night.
4.07km from downtownVery good hostel, exactly what I read from the others' comments. It's very clean, well located, situated in a quiet street and neighborhood. It has a private parking lot that can hold up to 5 cars. Guests there are very respectful and the rules are very clear to anyone. It's just 10-15 minutes walking from the next metro station (purple line). There are no famous restaurants (from big franchise) around there, but it wasn't a problem for me. The rooms have closet, minibar, and air conditioning. As for any other hostel, bring your towel. The blanket are ok. No complaint about bed and pillow. That's what I expected, CLEAN, well located and quiet. I will certainly recommend this hostel!
Very Good18 Reviews
4.59km from downtownLocated in South Korea City, near Hollywood, there are buses, subways, there are large supermarkets nearby, especially the intensive restaurants are touched when the travel is hungry. Nearby is the wealthy area and the streets are clean. There is a refrigerator in the room, a microwave in the public area, and it’s a pleasant way for the supermarket to buy something to heat up. When I go back in the evening, I often have my own hot food. Cheap, cost-effective. Nice hotel.
4.57km from downtownI have to say I was way apprehensive about staying at this hotel (which was locked in based on a pre-paid 'you bid on it and win' transaction). My wariness was based on the preponderance of unforgiving critical reviews ranging from the outdated décor, malodorous-ness, soiled furniture, accusations of fleas and other critters in the rooms. Let me just say, my expectations fell below sea level, and I envisioned something heinous for my mother and me. But, when I walked into the lobby, I smiled a little. And then when I entered into our room (#333), I smiled even more and breathed a sigh of relief. The room was big enough and so was the bathroom with its wall-to-wall counter providing plenty of much-appreciated space for my endless bag-o-toiletries. A side table for in-room dining if you opt for takeout one night, a small fridge for storing leftovers, a desk with hotel stationery, a flat screen TV with ample channels, that's what you'll get in reality. It was not terrible folks. However, the universal comments about the granite bed are accurate. I averted that issue by bringing my own Memory Foam Mattress Topper, a 39.99 investment that I believed was totally worth it. Yes, it is not the Four Seasons, but neither is the price point. I got a fantastic deal of $115/night on the afore-referenced third-party site, and we personally enjoyed our four-night stay. It provided a pleasant base at the end of the day after we set out each morning to explore fabulous places like Malibu and the PCH, the Getty Villa, the curvy Mulholland Drive, Beverly Hills, and an excursion up to Palm Springs. I happened to like the location, which is in the gritty, but safe heart of Koreatown. So, surprise...its reception desk is staffed by bilingual (maybe trilingual) employees, attracts a Korean clientele, and offers Asian dining fare. If this provokes discomfort or dissatisfaction in you as a traveler, this is probably not the place to stay. Don't stay here either if your ideal of a hotel is to lounge, luxuriate and linger in bed, order room service with a Champagne breakfast, and work on your tan by the pool (I don't think there is one). A couple of tips: Valet is reasonable at $9/night, but I was able to find street parking along Oxford Street, 8th Street, etc. For lunch/dinner options when you prefer something within walking distance, I recommend: Pollo a la Brasa on Western Ave across the street. Damn son, as juicy a chicken as you will dig into, served with a fiery and delectable green sauce. Slurpin' Ramen - lots of ramen to be had in LA, but you can be first in line by just walking the two minutes it takes from the lobby.
3.77km from downtownOverall very satisfied, convenient location, safe environment, the hotel is very new, the room is large, the toilet is very clean, but the temperature of the shower is very unstable, often too cold or too hot, difficult to control. Service is good, parking is free, this is very rare in the city center. There are a lot of delicious restaurants nearby, and you can go anywhere.
4.68km from downtownCentral location of Korean town
The exterior looks old but Room condition was good.
It is the best place for Korean travel in LA.
Hotels Near Belmont Tacos In Los Angeles Review
Good location. Not far from downtown and Hollywood. Hygienic conditions. There is a magical smell in the room. The air conditioning is old-fashioned. The noise is not small. The room is very clean.
Did someone once say it's about location? This may be the best location of any hotel in L.A. Well, what does best mean? Convenience for me. One of the few places in L.A. where you don't have to drive, you can walk to a whole lot of things. Walk up the block you have Sunset Blvd - bars, clubs, restaurants, and upscale shops. Walk down the block you have Santa Monica Blvd - bars, clubs, restaurants, neighborhood shops. Another 5-minute walk past SM Blvd is Melrose Avenue - bars, restaurants, upscale shops, design industry stores. Walk another 5 minutes past Melrose is Beverly Blvd - bars, restaurants, the sterile but popular Beverly Center shopping center. Walk another 5 minutes past Beverly is 3rd Street - restaurants, cafes, quirky stores. Dissecting these streets are Robertson Blvd and La Cienega Blvd - bars, restaurants, cafes, upscale shops, art galleries. Walk 5 minutes west of the hotel, you hit Beverly Hills city limits - very nice neighborhoods for walking, jogging, biking. Walk another 20 minutes, you're in downtown Beverly Hills. You can take the free WH City shuttle to the center of Hollywood and explore there. Pick it up at the WH Library - 5-minute walk from the hotel. Only thing I wish the hotel had was more referals for local dog-walkers. I travel with my dog and met someone around the block from the hotel who was walking a couple of dogs. He hadn't walked any hotel guest dogs even though he lived around the corner. Knew the minute I saw him he'd be great for my Pit-mix. After talking to him, I arranged that he took care of Duke for the rest of my trip. You know how some people's body language says trust, love, in control, enthusiastic, knowledgeable. Duke loves him. And there are dog parks for Duke around here, too! I'll be back.
This hotel is very good value for money, very close to the University of California, Los Angeles, the hotel breakfast is also good, a variety of bread milk juice coffee. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and the beds are large. In a big city like Los Angeles, the price is affordable. If you go to LA next time, choose this hotel. Really good
Every 2-3 hours I see a few cleaning ladies using elbow grease to maintain a sanitized establishment and thank you for that. I stayed at the Lexen after I was hit by a freight liner truck and went to the hospital. I didn’t want to go home to my family for safety reasons and I booked a room. Very very clean. I was so happy to feel like I was in my own clean home. No breakfast even though they offer it but it’s understandable why no breakfast at this time. Thank you for taking the fear out of my stay.
Los Angeles International Airport Area
Close to the airport, Uber taxi is about 12 knives, suitable for the early flight or transition in the early morning, free American breakfast. It is close to major car rental companies such as hertz, and is within walking distance. The disadvantage is that there are always planes flying overhead, and the noise is very loud. When you arrive at the hotel at night, you must hurry to sleep, because there are fewer planes that take off at night.
Los Angeles International Airport Area
The plane was booked here at six o'clock in the morning. It is very close to the airport. There is a shuttle bus to and from the airport. It seems to run at least every half an hour, and it is convenient to arrive in about 10 minutes. The standard room has two beds. The bed is quite large and can sleep two people. There seems to be no place to eat around the hotel, but it doesn't matter if you just catch a plane. It feels pretty quiet and will not be noisy by the sound of the plane, that is, the sound of the air conditioner is a bit loud, but it is not cold before turning off. An additional deposit of $ 50 was charged at the time of check-in. At present, two days after check-out had not been refunded to me. It said that it was 5-7 days. In short, this price is not bad, it is recommended to catch a plane.
It was peaceful. I just need a quiet place to spend the night
The hotel is not far from the Universal Studios location is very easy to find the hotel behind the Hollywood Hill service two large bed facilities new parking fees daily tax included 16.25 knife does not charge the deposit breakfast is very simple toiletries good mouthwash offers microwave coffee machine There is a 24-hour hot coffee in the lobby.
This hotel has a soul. It 's been there forever. The staff is amazing. the room are nice, i think the older building is best, where the ghost of past celebrities hang out. The restaurent in situ is a classic hollywood diner. The area is also very classic hollywood bohemian chic. love it all
Downtown Los Angeles
The hotel is more distinctive, the first floor is the bar, a bit noisy
The hotel feels a bit old and the service is very attentive. The amount of water in the bath is very comfortable, and there is nothing inconvenient for others. The hotel barely sees Asians and is a foreigner. There is a place to wash clothes on the second floor. 2$ wash 2$ drying is very convenient. Breakfast is the breakfast of the American business hotel, and the sausage eggs are OK. The hotel is about a ten minute walk from Hollywood, and the road in front of the hotel is particularly blocked. Hollywood is really convenient everywhere, but there are so many restaurants in Hollywood because of the large number of tourists.
Los Angeles International Airport Area
It is very suitable for traveling with children. The room is large, the kitchen facilities are perfect, the price-performance ratio including the breakfast room type is very high, the breakfast variety is enough for an American standard, and the waiter is very good.
It was awesome! The location is great, a Ralph's right across the street is open till 2am! The office employees are super friendly! They even give you a "breakfast bag" every morning since they can't serve breakfast because of the Covid! The housekeepers are great! They do an awesome job keeping the rooms stocked up and making sure I had everything I needed!!:) the maintenance man is awesome! Fixed my tv as soon as I told him something was wrong! The security guards are cool also! The pool is open!! Yay! The only thing that sucked was the parking lot! I scratched my car trying to get out! But all in all, A++!! I will be back!
I went to the United States to test the SAT. On the first day, I rented the box in the trunk on the first day. Everything was inside. Then the front desk helped me check the video, helped me check the taxi company’s official website, and helped me to call. Helped me find the driver, and then because I was too late, I asked me to contact me the next morning, and wrote the complete information for me. The next day I went to the game and found that the front desk had the wrong number, and then the manager was on duty that day. When I heard it, I immediately called me again, helped me get everything done and communicated to the driver step by step. After 2 hours, the driver returned the box (paying the driver 30 dollars) Really, it’s really friendly and welcoming. I didn’t even think that the box would come back. It’s really a big compliment. For other information: There are 3 people at the front desk, the manager is Johnny, one speaks Chinese and the other is unclear. The location is quite good, although this area is a Mexican place, but unlike Houston, which is full of dangers like tramps, it is safe and quiet at night. If you go to the SAT, go to the examination room for 6 minutes. Left and right, if it is accommodation, it is a good choice, there is a 7-11 convenience store at the door, and a few streets down is Chinatown. The room was very warm, the bed was very soft and comfortable, not an apartment was a small house, I booked the most common one, one bed and one table, then the floor was wood, the bathroom was very clean, the air conditioning thief was strong
1) W Hotel LA can be booked at the price of 3290 (tax included) / 3 nights / double bed. It was quite affordable. At the time of booking, Ctrip's price was much lower than Agoda and booking. It was a bit scary. Afraid, get the hotel's confirmation number and rest assured.
2) Good location, in West Beverly, near UCLA, in a very safe location ... from the airport, it will take about 20mins.
3) The room is really big! Cost-effective thief! There are several disadvantages: first: all the lights in the room must be turned on and off by themselves, which is inconvenient; second: it is not particularly friendly or the shower head is fixed and cannot be adjusted, and it is very high, and it is very small It's inconvenient for children and the water is quite big ... Third: It's too dry in the room, we didn't dare to turn on the air conditioner, it's still so dry, and the room is much colder than the outside ... It's strange.
In summary, next time I come to LA, if I can still get it at such a favorable price, I will definitely choose again!
Advantages Location near the subway station, the price of breakfast is very good, health is OK, the hotel public place is also good, just a lot of Christmas decorations Disadvantages Very old old hotel, the temperature is not clear whether the computer is centrally controlled. At night, the air conditioner suddenly stops. The engine sound is very noisy. There are engine sounds with hot water and hair dryer. Overall, OK.
Los Angeles International Airport Area
This is for my sons, for the convenience of nucleic acid testing at the airport. The hotel environment is particularly good, and the beds are very comfortable. There are many places to eat in the surrounding area, and it is convenient to go to the airport. The hotel provides convenient airport shuttle service, which is particularly good. In short, my sons like it very much.
Los Angeles International Airport Area
This is a Hilton hotel, well located and close to the airport. It is in the same district as Sheraton Four Seasons, and there is also a shared shuttle bus. The Ambassador Hotel has two north and south at the airport. When you take the bus, pay attention that it is yellow, not white. Breakfast at the hotel is good compared to hotels in the United States. There are three or four hot dishes. Tips for bacon and fried eggs need to be given. The room is large with one bedroom and one living room. For tourists with children, it is very good and there is enough space for activities. The hotel has been around for a long time, but the facilities are well maintained. Business is also good. The parking lot has to pay, because I went to get the car when I was away, so there was no parking and the cost was not asked, but parking is more convenient in the backyard, and there is no need to park the parking lot.
The hostel is clean, spacious, orderly and free of moisture. Their baths, toilets, washrooms and changing rooms are arranged together. The rooms are large and breathable, and the second floor is male and the third floor is female. There is a reasonable part of this design is that you can go at any time. The toilet does not affect the passengers resting in the house. Although it is not convenient to get up at night, I still like this design very well, and it solves the problem of humidity in most youth hostels. Every morning and evening there will be many waiters to do hygiene and the guests staying at the hostel also have the habit of cleaning up the debris. So the hostel is really clean (I have stayed in youth hostels in many countries.) The entire hostel ’s housing and The public event space has two floors. The corridor and event area and the room for cooking and dining are very spacious and convenient. The washing machine, refrigerator, microwave, juice, coffee machine, and stove are all available; guests are arranged smoothly from check-in to check-out. Orderly.
Let's talk about transportation: The hostel is located on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, directly opposite the subway exit. There is an airport bus from Los Angeles Airport to the hostel. There are many thick cylindrical columns at the gates of the airport. The letters are arranged in 26 letters in English. , 3k, 4F, 5H, 6G, 7J, etc. In front of the cylinder, find a green sign with the word "FLYAWAY" and wait for the car. When you see the car going to HOLLYWOOD, get off and swipe your card (you can't pay in cash) for $ 8. After getting off the bus, go back to the first intersection and turn left for about 30 minutes. You will find number 6820. When you get back to the airport, wait for the airport bus.
Regarding payment: I paid a room rate of $ 40.7 one day earlier than I booked online, but the front desk said that I had to pay a total of $ 113, because I did n’t understand English and the other party did n’t understand why To overcharge, I would call Ctrip at this time, so he no longer insisted on giving me a room card. To be honest, I have stayed at this hostel for four days. I feel that they are very regular and very angry and there are many people staying there, so I carefully read the Ctrip order and wrote it at the end because the local tax rate will be charged separately. I Maybe it is because of this reason that the hostel has to charge another fee (California's tax rate is relatively high). When I travel abroad, I basically place an order on Ctrip. I feel that the price on Ctrip will be lower than the local one. Every time I get confused because of the speech barrier, but the actual housing conditions are often different from the one I placed when I placed the order. I ordered four women to give me eighties or no window. I saw a few more words because I saw online reviews and my roommates had doubts about this.
These guys have a maximum stay limit of two weeks, and I know why: If they didn't, nobody would ever leave! What I loved about this place is how they manage to have such a good balance. I have a decent amount of hosteling experience and I feel that often a place is either clean and strict, or relaxed but dirty, but this place gets it just right: It's super clean and well-taken care of, but at the same time the atmosphere as well as the management is super relaxed and chill. The guests are definitely not the typical "LA tourist" type, most of the people there seemed very individualistic, with the majority of them being solo travelers. They tend to keep themselves but are still up for a little chat. Again, it's the perfect balance. It's a friendly place but not a party hostel. In many hostel dormitories people come and go all night, turning on the lights and making a lot of noise, but this wasn't the case here. The lights went out pretty early, and whoever came in late would make an effort not to disturb the other people. Most of their rooms are regular dorms with bunk beds, but for just a few bucks more you can get a pod with a curtain and your own light, which I highly recommend. It's not always easy to get a good night's rest in hostels, but I slept really well here. Everything is very clean and there's a common area with plants and cozy warm vibes, it's all quite small but never feels crowded, even if they're completely booked. I would also like to add that I'm someone who struggles with all sorts of allergies, including dust and certain cleaning agents, and I had no issues here at all, which again speaks for the cleanliness of the place. Without a doubt one of the best hostels I've ever stayed at and probably the best deal you can get in LA. It's the sort of place you kinda don't want to tell anyone about because you want to keep it a secret, which is probably why nobody has written a review before ;)
I highly recommend this hotel. The rooms were impeccably clean, the decor was really fun, and the staff is so courteous and helpful. I checked in with the help of Juan late one night and he was so accommodating and efficient! The entire staff was very friendly -- from the cleaning people, to those working in the cafe, to the front desk staff. My dinner at the cafe was delicious. There are little nooks throughout the hotel that are great for working. What a nice surprise this hotel was!!
Good location UCLA next to the community quiet and safe, no problem running at night, do not eat breakfast at the hotel, you have to go 500m to go to the university community to buy There are also gas stations and avis/budget rental cars nearby. 5 minutes drive from Westfield shopping mall The hotel room has a slight sense of design. The equipment has no toiletries and slippers, but the customer service will bring the slippers. Didn't eat at the hotel but it looks very popular. Dinner is going to line up. Good service, good check-in, parking, parking, Valet parking, but expensive, more than 30 knives per night, but it’s really better than stopping the street. Overall good valet expensive points, not self-driving will not have this problem
We've stayed at Calamigos Guest Ranch multiple times and have never been disappointed. It's a truly special place where it's easy to be as relaxed or as active as we choose to be on a daily basis. We were planning to go back for spring break this year with our teenagers, but thanks to the coronavirus, our plans changed. I was so pleasantly surprised that we were offered a total refund, despite having to cancel within the cancellation window. I suspect this could be in part due to the fact that we are repeat guests, but it also shows a lovely human approach to the problem during very trying times for the hospitality business. This makes us want to return to Calamigos as soon as we possibly can---to spend our money supporting the wonderful people that work at this incredible resort. It's obvious that they care deeply about their guests. Special shout out to GM Sara for getting back to us so quickly via email during what I'm sure are stressful times. It's will be our pleasure to suggest this magical place to everyone we know.
A very cost-effective and cozy hotel with a small area and no breakfast, but if you are not afraid of noise, you can choose a room near the road, you can see the famous English signs of Hollywood Hill and Qi Dingding, and go to other famous Hollywood attractions Not far, Uber
Get a taxi for less than $ 10.
Los Angeles International Airport Area
It was very neat and for the price a really good deal. Can't find any other motel in the LA area that is thus nice for the price. Highly recommend. The area is not that bad. The staff was very polite and welcoming.
Very unpleasant experience, I feel that I spend money in extra places, and I am not responsible for the work at the front desk. Because my credit card is a little problem, I used my husband’s pre-authorization and told them that we paid directly by cash. Don't buckle on the card. After we paid $84 in cash, we repeatedly asked if there was any cost. The other party said that it was gone. After two days, I found that the credit card was still deducted for $94, and I am still negotiating. In addition to the room rate, the so-called Amenity Fee is paid every day. In fact, it is a forced charge, and you have to pay whatever you use. Breakfast is not self-service, it is an order, you have to make up the difference yourself if you exceed the prescribed amount, and there are additional taxes. The parking fee is also very expensive... In short, all kinds of charges, all the costs add up to a better hotel. At that time, I booked a luxury city view room. I arranged it in a room with no scenery at first, and then went to complain about changing rooms. The room was facing the street and it was very noisy. In short, the two-day experience of living is very poor, and will not be chosen in the future.
In addition to the location on the edge of Hollywood Boulevard, it is more convenient, the other really has nothing to say. The refrigerator is bad, there is no microwave oven, the shower head water is very small, and the basin is running along the countertop with water. On the first day, there was a towel to wipe the floor and wipe the water. The next day, the towels were removed and the paper was spread on the floor. I don't know how the high score of 4 o'clock is played out. The hotel with more than 3 points in the vicinity doesn't know how bad it is. The price of 900 or so is similar to the hotel condition of about 100 yuan in China.
Los Angeles International Airport Area
Well its been twice I've been there and so far I loved it, always clean and the people are very nice to me.
This is a motel and parking is available. The hotel location is more convenient, the bus stop is 2 minutes walk to the Avenue of Stars, 1.75 USD. There are many restaurants nearby, but it is noisy because it is on the road. The room has heating, other facilities are relatively simple. There is a water dispenser at the front desk. Hot and cold water is provided free of charge.
A great choice to live in Los Angeles. Cost-effective. Very close to UCLA and Ralphs supermarket. The lamb chops in the hotel are also very delicious. The all-weather coffee and beverage buffet served directly from the nearby high-rated western restaurant. I was staying at the end of the term for a week. The reading in the lobby is really great. The price/performance ratio is very high. I will choose here next time I come.
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