Hotels Near Daiso(Little Tokyo) In Los Angeles

2.3/514 Reviews
0.19km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
Having stayed mostly in Hollywood & DTLA on previous trips, this time I opted for the Arts District & the American Hotel. And it turned out to be a pretty great find. Located on a fairly chill block at the northern end of LA's so-called Arts District, the American Hotel is a low-rise walk-up above a pie shop & convenience store, and down the street from a couple of craft breweries. The Metro Gold line to Pasadena is six blocks away, and the Red line to Hollywood is about 11 blocks west. Overall, the neighbourhood has a neat, non-tourist vibe which I appreciated, with decent opportunity to explore on foot. As has been noted in other reviews, the hotel/neighbourhood are within close proximity to the north-east corner of LA's skid row tent cities & social services. I have to imagine that unless you're out seeking trouble, it's unlikely you'll encounter any, as was my experience. After-hours noise on the block through the early part of the week was never an issue for me, although I did have the A/C running at that time. The room itself is rather plain, as expected, but the mattress was firm-enough and the bed comfortable overall. The bathroom situation was actually quite good, and I never experienced a line-up or cleaning issue. One suggestion for management would be to include a robe & slippers to go to & from the bathrooms, because it's a bit of a challenge to walk down the hall, soap/shampoo/etc in-hand, while keeping your flimsy towel on! An easy/cheap fix that would go a long way to making the experience better. In terms of price, and with the way DTLA hotels & AirBnBs have increased over the years, I hope the American Hotel remains an option for me, because I would likely return.
FromUS$84
4.5/5Excellent36 Reviews
0.52km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
If you want to stay near Little Tokyo this hotel is perfect. There is another hotel close by, the Doubletree but I only saw it from the street. The Miyako is a little bit of Japan right away. Check in was easy & fast. My king size bedroom was very large & suited my needs. The bathroom has a nice tub & a Japanese style toilet (Bidet). If you have been to Japan you know all about this toilet. Due to COVID issues most of the dinning venues at the hotel were closed, so no Japanese breakfast. The 1 restaurant open had limited seating outdoors but I did not use it. Little Tokyo is 2 blocks away & that area has so many small restaurants & wonderful shops. The area is not the greatest, but still safe to walk around at night. I walked from the hotel to the Amtrak station (Union Station) & it was about 15 minutes. I would recommend this hotel & look forward to returning when things are back to normal.
FromUS$124
2/513 Reviews
0.55km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
This is the first co living spaces I have ever stayed at and I am honestly impressed on the style and the way the environment is built. It felt good to chill out in the upstairs dining room that was full of decor, a comfortable couch, and has a very new york loft kinda feel to it. The instagram follow for a towel was pretty cool. The showers and bathrooms were clean, Hector was real nice while giving me a tour and plays excellent pop music throughout the day (: The tv room was always the best area to be in because it has a living room feel to it and the hammock, and light decor was really cute ! Definitely PodShare is the way to go if you want to save money on expensive hotel stays or motel stays if you're not gonna be there all day anyway because there's lots to do in LA.
FromUS$55
4.5/5Excellent12 Reviews
0.56km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
The hotel is located in the small Tokyo area of Los Angeles. There is a subway behind the street. Traffic and security are relatively good. Say the overall feeling: advantages: the surrounding environment is good, the security is good, there are supermarkets, subways nearby. About 20 minutes walk to Union Station. Tip: The hotel is a simple hotel, toilet, bathroom is shared. There is also a communal laundry room and a communal kitchen. I stayed in a one-person room, a small double bed in the room, a desk, and a closet. Insufficient point, knock on the blackboard, wall crack tips. This time I stayed in room 34, the room was next to the air-conditioning main unit in the next building, and the main unit was running at 24 o'clock and resonated with the chandelier in the house. I asked the uncle of the building, he said that it is the air-conditioning host of other homes, they have no way, and did not give room exchange. I went back to the room to sleep with earplugs for three days. Fortunately, I brought my earplugs. Finally, the hotel reception or management is an old Japanese person who can communicate in English or Japanese.
FromUS$89
4.4/5Excellent145 Reviews
0.72km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
The hotel is located in the center of the city, which is relatively safe, but homeless people seem to be the standard here, and generally not unsafe. The solution is relatively affordable. The hotel parking lot is $ 38 a night. It is recommended to go more than 200 meters away from the hotel. It is next to the Fedex office. There is a $ 10 parking lot opposite Honda Plaza. If you walk near the city, you can. Not only, it is often available overnight, if you want to go to Hollywood Walk of Fame, Universal Studios, it is recommended not to live here, quite far away!
FromUS$139
3.6/549 Reviews
1.21km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
It's a big place like Los Angeles, and the room is so small, I feel drunk too. It is too small to open the luggage, which is inconvenient to open. I specifically explained that I want a quiet room. The garbage truck on the street started to pull garbage less than 5:00 in the morning. The staff talked. I thought the window was not closed. As a result, there was no window for you to open. It was just a piece of glass with light. Just come in. A small refrigerator, placed on a shelf, but not in a cabinet. There is nothing in the refrigerator, but it is plugged in, and the operation noise is noisy all night. It will collapse when you live one day. No one will help you. Carry luggage. No one asks if you need help. Is this still Los Angeles I know? The beds are ok, moderately hard and soft. The location is good. It is convenient to walk everywhere, and around breakfast. Walking on HIlls street towards 3rd street, everything is there. May not stay here next time, unless there is no choice.
FromUS$76
4.1/5Very Good165 Reviews
1.51km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
The hotel decoration is a bit old, but it is convenient for transportation. Close to Union Station, convenient for subway. There is breakfast, although there are not many varieties, there are fruits, and there are water purifiers on each floor to provide purified water, which can save a lot of dollars every day. After all, it ’s expensive to go out and buy bread and water. In addition, the hotel was opened by a Chinese. No deposit was required upon check-in. Next to it is the old Chinatown, like a small county town in China. The old generation of Hong Kong and Cantonese settled here, so there are more Cantonese restaurants, and overall it feels behind the domestic Chinese! There are many tramps in downtown. For dinner, the cost performance of a Chuanyang restaurant next to it is pretty good.
FromUS$128
4.2/5Very Good238 Reviews
1.53km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
It's abominable for California hotels to raise taxes at will, but fortunately Ctrip has a role to play. The hotel location is actually quite good, the subway buses are very convenient, go to the Staples two stops subway or walk for 15 minutes. The opposite Pershing parking lot costs $ 20 a night and the price of conscience is nearby. However, the hotel seems to be stingy, not even a small refrigerator, and free mineral water. The facilities are generally old and the windows can feel the 1950s. This is a hotel with a very historic feel. It has a deep connection with the Oscar film and television circle. The lobby and tea restaurant are full of the style of the early last century and are magnificent. On the day of check-in, the reporter from the police car around the gate looked around the Singapore flag, and it was estimated that he would stay at the hotel again. The surrounding law and order is OK, there are security guards on duty, there are indeed a lot of homeless people in downtown, but they are basically not aggressive, they just seem to be more nervous, don't talk to them. Staying here as a traveler for a night or two is more recommended.
FromUS$459
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
1.55km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
I used to live in DTLA and decided to return for a staycation at my old stomping grounds. The current Covid environment has made many of us explore our own backyards, and I had always heard amazing things about the Los Angeles Athletic Club and it’s Gentleman’s Club Members only vibe. We drove up to the front entrance of the LAAC and were a little confused as how to enter but spoke to Brian, who was clear, concise and explicit on how to get to the parking garage and how to buzz to be allowed in. Brian also helped us with check in, dinner reservations and more. Give this guy a raise! Our suite was quite impressive – a beautiful and spacious suite with fabulous views of the DTLA skyline from both the living area an the bedroom area. For me, the highlights were the outside restaurant which had a Tiki meets country club feel. The level of service from each person was spectacular. From the person who greeted us, to the persons who seated us, to the person who served us- they constantly were checking in on us to make sure we were okay WITHOUT being too obtrusive or overbearing. Some places check in on you so often that you cannot enjoy your meal! But here, the staff found the right balance. Food and cocktails were brought quickly and everything tasted great too! Also impressive was the Health Club which was also outside. In fact, this almost felt better than a “real” gym because it was outside with fresh air, cool breeze and killer views. Most importantly I felt safe here. Signage was placed in appropriate area and hand sanitizer was everywhere. I strongly suggest you treat yourself to this hotel. Los Angeles Athletic club gave me a VIP Private Club feel and level of service without it feeling too cold or impersonal. We would up staying an extra day because we loved the hotel so much, and we will certainly return.
FromUS$183
4/5Very Good20 Reviews
1.58km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
I wanted to add an additional night to a pre-existing reservation. Supervisor told me that not only was the room I'd booked not available the additional night, I would have to down grade AND pay more for both nights?! Within 24 hrs they revised that to keep the original rate for the 1 night, still downgraded me and charged me $50+ more for the add night. Mid-week, winter, during coronavirus. Really? No complimentary water, coffee, tea in lobby. Restaurant limited hours. No room service after 11. Tiny room, had to walk sideways to get past the end of the bed. Comfortable bed. Water Grill restaurant across the street was the best thing going for this hotel. Hilton Honors member, didn't feel the love. Very disappointing!
FromUS$169
4.3/5Excellent23 Reviews
1.68km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
At first glance it's a bit dark inside but all very relaxed and welcoming. We made a mistake on our booking and had a room with four bunk beds, on realising this the reception staff changed us to a very nice King room , without fuss and only small price difference. NB there is a resort tax added to your bill, ours was £25 per night, it's in the small print. There is nice tiling to admire near the lift area and the lifts have the historic dial above the door to show which floor it's on. Our room and bathroom very pleasant, nice tiling around shower etc. Plenty of hooks to hang clothes as well as small wardrobe . There is a bit of traffic noise if facing the road, even on 8th floor. If you have breakfast downstairs notice that filter coffee is free for all guests. Nice. Location is very good for downtown LA shops and restaurants. Underground metro also nearby. We enjoyed our stay here, the restaurant is a little too dark/loud/busy for us hence the four stars PS do check out top floor bar /pool , especially in the evening when all lit up.
FromUS$32
3.9/57 Reviews
1.73km from DAISO(Little Tokyo)
In this dark time of pandemic. The staff of the ACE Hotel provided a much needed resting place. The Clean room was comfortable and quiet. The more than helpful staff was a joy to interact with. Their dedication to providing me with the best service available was superfluous. I cant wait until the current worldwide sickness issues has abated. So I may see a show in the theater and eat and drink from the more than ample services that were closed during my stay. Big thanks to everyone on staff still holding strong and making it happen for wayward guests like myself at the ACE Hotel Downtown Los Angeles.
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Hotels Near Daiso(Little Tokyo) In Los Angeles Review

5/511 Reviews
Venice Beach
The environment is very good, because several hotels resident on this day moved to here for three nights without rooms, the price is slightly expensive, but the hotel environment and room settings are really good, super warm and sweet feeling, Small promenade and open air area outside Big Love Hotel
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4.6/535 Reviews
Hollywood
Amy Bloch, the Concierge, contacted us about 2 weeks before our arrival asking if there was anything she could do for us either setting up any tours, restaurant suggestions and reservations or anything we might need. After asking for suggestions on restaurants she did send me quite a selection of different types of restaurants along with things to do around Hollywood and Los Angeles. When my friend and I arrived Amy greeted us at the front desk, welcoming us to the Roosevelt Hotel. The entire staff from the front desk, the guys at the valet parking, housekeeping and room service were outstanding. They couldn't do enough for us. Everyone at the hotel, especially Amy made our stay simply fantastic. The Roosevelt Hotel is the only place we would stay in Hollywood.
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FromUS$174
3.6/549 Reviews
Downtown Los Angeles
It's a big place like Los Angeles, and the room is so small, I feel drunk too. It is too small to open the luggage, which is inconvenient to open. I specifically explained that I want a quiet room. The garbage truck on the street started to pull garbage less than 5:00 in the morning. The staff talked. I thought the window was not closed. As a result, there was no window for you to open. It was just a piece of glass with light. Just come in. A small refrigerator, placed on a shelf, but not in a cabinet. There is nothing in the refrigerator, but it is plugged in, and the operation noise is noisy all night. It will collapse when you live one day. No one will help you. Carry luggage. No one asks if you need help. Is this still Los Angeles I know? The beds are ok, moderately hard and soft. The location is good. It is convenient to walk everywhere, and around breakfast. Walking on HIlls street towards 3rd street, everything is there. May not stay here next time, unless there is no choice.
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FromUS$76
4.8/514 Reviews
My family has been using the Anza hotel for all of our trips to the Calabasas/LA area for the past 4 years or so, and we love it here. I hope we can continue to rely on the Anza for years to come. Beautiful rooms, superb location, and best of all they allow pets! The prices for rooms are very reasonable and they all have a nice "boutique feel" to them which adds something special. I want to add an extra note about my last stay here, which took place during the first days of the Covid-19 outbreak. I traveled alone without my husband and child to Calabasas/California because I needed to be with a gravely ill parent who soon passed away. Being able to stay in a comfortable hotel during this awful period was such a comfort to me, and I want to add that Ryan, who works at the Bistro restaurant and bar, was especially great to me during this time. Ryan prepared delicious meals for me, got to know me and my love for an evening glass of wine right away, and was a warm, friendly presence when I came home from the hospital at night (and in later days, came home to the hotel after days spent making final arrangements). Ryan and the team at the Anza who continued to work during the stressful days of Covid-19 "stay at home restrictions" were truly a blessing to me and I value, and am so grateful for, their work on the behalf of me and other guests who really needed a hotel stay for emergency reasons.
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FromUS$133
4.9/59 Reviews
The restaurant's Mexican service is extremely poor! On the first day of the position, I was given the position of the window I wanted. The next day I was not given it. I asked her to ask her to find a way before she finally compromised! On the first day, there was a coffee that was not officially waited for (a clean) to give me some coffee. The next day I changed to a formal one and said that it was only clear coffee. I went, and told me that there was Starbucks next to the counter, but Also pay. I don't drink, she looks at my face ugly, and later I want the milk coffee I want. (After all, I can write a tip to him.) The poor variety of breakfast, the location of the fruit are flies and no one to control a tube, it also eaten 2 days breakfast. Parking charges Valet45, I stopped to go to 37, then I found a 20 gym parking lot at the door, I stopped there. Checkout needs to be checked clearly. The old beauty of mathematics is actually more than four days, I found it. The first day of the swimming pool went very dirty, all the leaves, and then it was clean and no time to go. A lot of food and shopping malls on Friday~~~ The most beautiful is the fifteen-minute drive of Hattan Beach. There are no tourists in the white area! Unforgettable
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FromUS$169
4.3/5109 Reviews
Koreatown
Monica is unwelcoming when I arrived ay the front desk without a greeting. She has opportubities in ethical and moral compasses that should have guided her into a hospitality role. She seemed more like the LINE cook than thee front desk manager. Monica presented herself in a manner of a maroon overwashed v neck t shirt, jeans, and flats. Her hair was unmanaged and face could have been refreshed after her dinner break. Now imagine coming to an art inspired hotel and discovering this as your first experience. This is just the first 30 seconds of receiving her as your check in admin. Her words to me and my guest were what left the most impressionable mark of how I felt after my interaction with her and what kind of person Monica is. Maya Angelou wrote: "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." All in all not a place I would come back to now or in the future but maybe in another life.
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