Hotels Near Sayuri In Los Angeles
0.49km from SayuriWe just visited this hotel on our first trip to los Angeles because we love the movies and pretty woman and we were in the area so we wanted to see where the famous film was made and of course to try one of there world famous pretty woman cocktails. We were disappointed to find out that the bar was close for a private function on the day we went. But fair play to one of the lovely staff we asked her about the cocktails and she apologised for the bar been closed but offered to have the cocktails made for us from the bar and take us up to the pool bar to enjoy our cocktails there which was so lovely we really appreciated it the cocktail was amazing so was the pool area and the staff I'd definitely recommend it to any other film and movie lovers 👌
0.55km from SayuriWe have been going to the Peninsula hotel for years. The hotel is a beautiful Beverly Hills Hotel with five star amenities and five star service. However, on this particular visit, we witnessed something that should never take place at a hotel of this caliber by the Roof Garden Manager. Upon arrival of the roof top garden, we were told that the was no tables and that we had to wait 20-30 minutes. The staff was kind enough to allow us to sit by the pool while we waited. A waiter came by and said we could order by the pool so we went ahead and ordered a bunch of items. One of our dishes was fish tacos and as soon as it was placed in front of us it was INFESTED with (fruit) FLIES to a point it was inedible. We showed it to the server, Juan, and he apologized for the issue and asked if we wanted a replacement but we said no, that was fine, and he said that they would take it off the bill. When the bill came, the fish tacos were on the bill. We asked the server and he said he would go check with the manager. A few minutes later, the roof garden manager, Joseph Demare, came by. When he showed up, he was filled with rage and anger and was yelling at out party. We asked him why he was yelling and he said he had a “Loud voice”. He asked us to pay for the entire bill and to leave or else security would be called. At this point, we did not know why he had so much rage and anger. We asked for a hotel manager and he refused. He said we could speak to security but not a manager. We asked for his card and he originally refused (he eventually ended up giving us his card after we paid the bill). He was accusing us of lying about the incident and continued to berate and talk down to us. The other hotel guests noticed this and started to feel uncomfortable. Finally, one of us called the hotel and asked for the hotel manager to come up. Once he saw this, he said that he would take the item off our bill. But at this point it was too late because he had shaken up our party and embarrassed all of us. The hotel manager, Oliver, came up right away. He asked what happened and when we told him, he apologized and tried to diffuse the situation. when Oliver realized what occurred, he asked the other manager and security to leave. The other hotel patrons that saw the whole incident told the hotel manager what happened and confirmed that the restaurant manager acted improperly, with extreme hostility and rudeness. It seemed he had some vendetta against us for some reason. I won’t get into why I think he acted this way. But This was no way to treat patrons for any reasons, let alone a minor issue. We decided to leave and the other hotel guests apologized to us for what had occurred because they too felt bad and embarrassed by the managers behavior. The servers, waiters and hotel Manager, Oliver, were super nice, apologetic, and gracious the whole time. The hotel as a whole should not be categorized by one Restuarant manager’s behavior. But the way
0.56km from SayuriI needed a temporary place to stay because my parent is an essential worker in ER and I'm in a very high risk group. While it's definitely weird to be in any hotel during lockdown I couldn't have asked for any nicer accommodation while I waited for things to resolve. Crescent has done many things to make it a nice place to stay with so much attention paid to safety at this time. They brought complimentary breakfast to the room every day. And a glass of wine in the afternoon. They were friendly and lovely to deal with every day. When quarantine lifts I hope to stay here again in the future with family or a partner. But if you are in a situation where you need a hotel during this time, for whatever reason, this is probably your best bet in the city.
1.03km from SayuriExcellent staff, room, and atmosphere!! My girlfriend was traveling alone and needed to use my credit card. Another hotel gave her trouble even when i signed and submitted the form they required. Viceroy staffed was very helpful, explained the process and even let her charge her phone while everything was being processed. Delaney and John were both very helpful. Thank you both for helping her in a stressful situation.
1.57km from SayuriIn the very old-fashioned lobby, a very tacky purple flower shaped a heart for Valentine's Day. Some people who came to the restaurant to dine at the restaurant filled the door, but the business was booming. This was the feeling of entering the door. When I checked in, I used all the methods to ask me to upgrade to the suite, because the room was not good at the time. Decided to wait for an hour. Say try to notify me at 15:00 check in time and ask for a mobile number. Wait until 15:20 to go to the front desk, ah, I'm sorry we're too busy, I was going to contact you. Never mind that's it. The rooms are large, the natural light is very good, and the design is very comfortable, which is the kind that looks good but is not awkward or difficult to use. The bedding was great and slept well. There was no wet or dry separation to get in and stand, but amenities were great. Whatever needs to be called can be delivered within 20 minutes. Towels and bath towels are all new and make people feel clean. Warmly put in a small bag of disinfectant. The service by the pool was really good to say nothing, and welcoming, but not the kind of annoying. Freshly squeezed juice is also delicious. The gym is relatively small compared to other hotels. But the instruments are small and delicate.
1.61km from SayuriTo be honest this is my first review on Tripadvisor, but I felt compelled to write a review to provide some insight. First off the pros, great location, great views from the room. I thoroughly enjoyed the room itself, definite COVID restrictions but that was expected -- a welcome plus was they allowed cigars on the outdoor lobby floor which turned out to be nice. Now let me get to what made this trip regrettable, I had booked through AMEX Platinum and was planning the $100 Food and Beverage credit into the calculus because I knew COVID would limit options; upon check-in I found out this property did not consider alcohol part of the "beverage" option for this credit, no big deal, decided to cancel dinner plans to not let the benefit go to waste -- absolute worst meal I've ever had, I honestly feel I got robbed without the stick up. I kinda brushed off the 6" diameter nasty pizza, the ridiculous veal dish which was $40 and was like 4 pieces of lunchmeat, but I had a bit of the rice that came with it and when it tasted completely uncooked I was beside myself. Good thing thing we had stopped at All About the Bread for lunch and had leftovers.. $190 for a meal which should have cost $25 in real life. I understand hotel dining, but this was absurd and a new level of ridiculous. I've been to the property in NYC and it was great, but I feel like I literally was robbed at this location. If you stay here do yourself a favor, don't book through AMEX with any hotel credit, enjoy the views, grab a bottle of wine from the next door Ralph's and bring some In-n-Out to your balcony..
1.65km from SayuriThe location of the hotel is a bit awkward, and you have to drive anywhere. It takes about 15 minutes to get to Beverly Hills and 30 minutes to go to Avenue of Stars. There is a Westfield in less than 20 minutes by car. It consists of 3 shopping malls. There are many restaurants, and there are Chinese restaurants (Ding Taifeng is also inside) with cinemas. The hotel also offers a 4-piece bath, which can be sent by the waiter if you need it. It is the flush of the toilet like on the plane, the sound is very loud. The hotel has a car park, but only valet parking is available, the price is 51 knives a day including tax. Pick up the car as long as 10 minutes early to the hotel front desk.
1.7km from SayuriI have been staying for a few days, it is a friend to help, the hotel is old, there is a small kitchen to cook, I saw the brochure said that it was built in 1948, wow, actually 70 years old, but The maintenance is not bad, the breakfast is casual, although it is basically cold beef patties and bread and fruit, but the tube is full and can also bring some back to the room to eat, go out to the right of the hotel door, there are several near the opposite Supermarkets, one is a Jewish supermarket, one is a small supermarket in a gas station, and one is Ralphs. It is more big and full. It is very convenient to buy things. Of course, there is no Chinese food in the Chinese supermarket, because even the old gods are No! Later, I thought that this hotel is not bad. I can still do some food. I will continue to stay for two nights on Ctrip. I will stay for two nights on the 3rd and check out on the 5th. The result is sad reminder. Ctrip has set me a zero. After two days, I checked out at zero. I didn't pay attention to it at the time. I thought it was after 2 pm on the 3rd. After two days, I checked out before 11:00 am on the 5th. I ended up sleeping at 8:00 on the 5th. The phone rushed out and said that it should be checked out before zero! what the hell! I am busy with my hands and tidy up the room! Lenovo thinks that I want to charter a car in Los Angeles. I will contact Ctrip's customer service at 9:00 in the morning. The result is that the automatic message is not at work time. The emotional customer service is in China. You have to use several US local customer service since you want to make a US chartered order. Otherwise, I am in the United States, your customer service is in the country, because of the 16-hour time difference, I am looking for someone to go to meet! The hotel is OK, but Ctrip's service is not flattering.
1.88km from SayuriI decided to celebrate my wife’s birthday in Beverly Hills. Her day was great until we came back after dinner. The room was a little cold so we went to turn on the heater to discover the thermostat was locked. Strike one. At around 10:30pm we decided to go to the jacuzzi to relax together. After 12 minutes, someone from the hotel tells me we can not be here in the jacuzzi because it was too late. I apologized and answered by saying there aren’t any signs posted stating otherwise. He said he knows there’s nothing posted but we have to go. Strike 2! Later, we decided to get ready for bed and we discovered while brushing our teeth, that we were not getting hot water. We then ran the shower for at least 20 minutes and nothing but freezing water. We called the front desk to informed them of the problem and it seemed as if the guy who answered did not believe me. I explained that we ran the water and he continued to tell me that it was impossible. We both decided to send someone up to check. By now it’s around midnight and my incredible night with my wife is becoming a cold nightmare. We were told he would be in the room in 5 minutes but that turned into 28 minutes. Once he arrived, he went directly to the bathroom and ran the water for approximately 19 minutes to come to a conclusion and said we don’t have running warm water. At this point my wife is tired and irritated. The guy called someone and said that they can move us, but it’s going to take time because they were not sure if that room had warm water. It’s now close to 1am and they want us to pack up our things, walk to another room that may not have warm water and start over. At this point, all I can do is apologize to my wife. Because we were at the beach earlier in the day, we had to do the best we could by showering in freezing water. At check out on Sunday morning, we asked the guy at the desk if we could speak to a manager, he said we can’t and he promised to have someone call me. Well it’s now Monday the 2nd of November and we are STILL waiting. Just a word of advice before staying at The Beverly Hills Plaza and Spa, walk through your room and check everything first. Informed them of your itinerary and check how late or early you could enjoy the few amenities they have to offer. Or, stay somewhere else!
2.19km from SayuriWould've been a perfect room except for…..the nasty stale smell of old cigarettes that seemed embedded deep into the furniture and carpets!!! I'll start from the beginning. This hotel is in the most random part of Los Angeles. There's not much within walking distance, so for decent food, you'll have to order delivery or drive somewhere. It's newly remodeled and I think used to be another hotel, but even though it's been remodeled for about a year, they still have a vinyl sign stuck to the outside, so if you blink, you may miss the turn into the valet. Parking is valet, which is $2/half hour, or $20 for overnight. The lobby is nothing fancy, just a small counter with many signs to socially distance yourself from other guests. Checking in was easy. Check in is 3pm, but they let me check in fairly early, around 2. Also in the lobby were fixtures where breakfast usually is served, but because of the pandemic, no breakfast. My room was beautiful and HUGE! I booked a loft suite with high ceilings, spiral staircase, and hanging bulb chandelier. So the only problem? The gross cigarette smell. It's kinda disappointing in an age where deep cleaning is essential that this is an issue. By mistake, the manager Mike almost entered my room (even though the Do Not Disturb button was lit). But I thought, while he's here to help me close the window that I opened because I tried to air out the cigarette smell. He was able to help with the window, but when I asked for some air freshener, his response was, , "Uhh….umm..well….I don't know if we have it…..ummmm…" Not very proactive for a manager. He eventually called to say they didn't have any. I guess I'll just have to live with the smell. There were a few drawers, one that seemed to be some kind of fridge. I don't know because it wasn't plugged in nor was there a way to plug it in. But everything else from the living room/ seating area to the cool room design and lighting were GREAT!! The high ceilings gave great acoustics when I felt like bursting out into song. And the many channels fro Direct TV made me feel right at home. There is a tub/shower, a small Keurig machine, a safe, and a microwave. But it was the bougie room design and furnishings that did it for me. You will enjoy staying here. But is you stay in room 406, bring your own Glade plug-ins.
2.41km from SayuriMy husband and I have stayed at the Carlyle Hotel in September and December 2019. Our daughter and her family live in the neighborhood and this is the only hotel within walking distance. It is a very nice place and we look forward to many future stays there. First the cons: the rooms are quite dark and we needed to have the lights on all day. The lighting in the rooms are not the greatest either. And that’s it! All the rest that I have to say are positives! Location: lots of restaurants within walking distance if you prefer kosher restaurants. There are some but fewer of the non-kosher variety. There is a Walgreens and a Starbucks on the block. The architecture of the hotel is quite stunning. While the rooms are dark, there is a large outdoor space with seating and lounging space. There is a hot tub that I hope to try in the future. Comfort of rooms: excellent. Rooms are clean. Bed is good, linens soft, room size is at least medium, if not medium to large. Cosmetic amenities are great. Room temperature control works well. Shower pressure is strong and water is hot. Self service ice is available Hotel service: lobby is very small but staffed with courteous and outgoing staff. When we reserved we asked for a specific number of extra pillows and towels and they were in our room waiting for us when we arrived. There is a complimentary breakfast that’s typical of motel restaurants: paper plates, cold cereal, one type of yogurt, bread and toaster, fresh fruit (oranges, apples and bananas), instant oatmeal and DIY waffles. Also, they have a hot plate with scrambled eggs and a side (sausage, potato patties). There is a “happy hour” Monday-Thursday evening in the breakfast room (wine, beer, coke, hummus and salsa).
2.67km from SayuriChecked in and we were taken to a room with the smell in overwhelming marijuana smoke. The room was filthy - there was cigarette/marijuana ash on the sofa arm, chewed gum spit on the floor and pieces of marijuana on the dirty bench at the end of the bed. There was an eye dropper and trash in the hallway that remained in the same place for two days. The pool was out of control with competing music playing and people smoking marijuana with the staff completely ignoring the issue. There is apparently no security and there are late night parties with door slamming and loud people in the hallways. According “Roberto” from in-room dining, ice delivery is contingent on and prioritized by guests that “pay and tip.” Very rude staff and I was advised by a manager that the hotel records guest calls, which is helpful to track conversations with rude staff. Housekeeping seems to be nonexistent as well as hotel management. When I asked for the General Managers name I was given the Executive Assistant. When I talked with a manager I was told that the lower rates at the hotel reflect the type of guests that were currently staying. This is a property in total distress.
Hotels Near Sayuri In Los Angeles Review
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
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.
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.
Los Angeles International Airport Area
Because of the proximity to the airport, the sound of the plane taking off and landing has never stopped, quiet is not enough, and I can sleep.
The hotel room did not actively provide slippers, toothbrushes and toothpaste. It was okay to call to ask the housekeeping to arrive.
The bathtub has no glass door, just a plastic shower curtain. The shower faucet is fixed to the wall.
There is a free shuttle to the airport 24 hours. The driver also helped to carry luggage up and down. The service was good.
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.
Everything was on point! All the staff were very accommodating! I arrived early Saturday and I was lucky to get a room early. Which helped a lot since we were on the go per our Soccer Tournament. When we needed a space to have our potluck in the evening they helped with our set up. Everyone was very friendly and customer service was amazing!
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