Clean and comfortable basic Motel with great staff,free parking,free wifi,a/c, fridge & microwave,flat screen tv. Missing:No washcloths,hand towels,bath mats or shampoo. No outlet in bathroom & no hairdryer. No closet,no place to hang clothed,no drawers,no lamps. (Just 1 over head fluorescent bulb). No coffee maker& ice costs 50cents a bucket. Would stay again for Rose Bowl functions as it's a nice walk (little over a mile),and staff makes sure you know the way. Would definately stay again and just bring things they don't have that we need.
Come to Los Angeles to visit relatives, and my mom went to her favorite hotel residen, how do I know to give a room opposite the laundry room and gym? ? ? The footsteps of the afternoon, the door switch sound, then my mother went to complain and said to change the room, but I had already gone out so I did not change. After breakfast at 9:30 the next day, when I contacted my family, the staff of the housekeeping department knocked on the door and asked when to leave. I also tried to force an answer. I really don’t like this kind of service like I’m in the hotel. My staff is brave enough to be taken home by me. There are unpleasant situations in using Ctrip to book foreign hotels twice. The location of the room is not ideal. Maybe Ctrip can try to understand and try to get a better room for our long-term users! Hotel rooms, equipment, breakfast are very good, that is, artificial The factors make the trip less pleasant.
I work for a health care facility and my employer placed me in this hotel. When I got there, the Hispanic lady was rude to me and was charging me $1,000 for the deposit. I called my director to let him know and he told me to tell her that he knows the manager and that he would be stopping by later to pay the deposit. When I finally told her, she laughed a little and gave me the new price for the deposit which was wayyyyyyyyyyyy smaller than what she originally was charging me. Fast forward, one day at work, I was having a conversation with my co-worker about how rude this lady was to me and she told me that she had a different experience with her. She told me that the lady at the front desk was very nice to her and they act like best friends every time they see each other. She also told me that she had accidentally left her key card inside the room and when she told the lady in the front, the lady in the front lend her another key card so she can open her room and all she had to do was bring it back to the front desk. She also didn't ask her for an I.D. This got me really upset because when I accidentally left my key card inside my room, I told this lady if I can use the card to open my door and that I was going to bring it right back down as soon as I got the door open. She said no and that a worker had to open the door for me and I couldn't just take the card. She literally walked with me all the way up to my room and once she opened my door, she asked to see my I.D. I understand that the hotel has this policy but if you're going to enforce a rule, make sure you enforce it on everyone and not only on people you get along with. I was thinking that maybe the reason why this lady was rude to me was probably that I wasn't Caucasian like my co-worker. I am Hispanic like her. After my stay at the hotel, I wanted to leave a review but in order to do that, they leave a card so you can write your review and at the bottom of the card it says something along the lines that your review will be reviewed first before posting it online. On top of that, I never got my deposit back. I never leave a hotel messy because I try to be considerate of the cleaning employees.
A very beautiful big house, it feels more like an airbnb homestay, not like a hotel, but it feels very special. The house is located in the wealthy area on the mountain. It is very luxurious. It is said that this house has a history of nearly 50 years, and the floor is covered. The patina is out. Usually when there are no guests, there will be a lot of sexy internet celebrities to pose for photos. The owner of the grandfather was very nice. He prepared breakfast for us in the morning. He knew that we were Chinese and would help us cook dumplings, watch TV on the cctv channel, recommend tourist routes, etc. He was very very enthusiastic and made us all embarrassed, toilet The two rooms are shared, but there is no one next door on the day we stayed, so it is equivalent to a private toilet. It's really great 👍
Very good location, walking distance to the old city of Pasadena, easy to go to Los Angeles and the airport, but parking is more expensive, 19 days, each time you pick up the car to give a 5-10 yuan tip, self-parking is more expensive, 14 times, The room is not bad, the shower head is relatively thin, the housekeeping did not give the bottled water on the first day, the next day did not give the towel and toiletries
This hotel is very new, there is nothing inconvenient, I am on a business trip, the location is very good. There is no bathtub and the amount of water in the bath is too small. Breakfast has fruit bread yoghurt, and American business hotel breakfast has it all. The attitude at the front desk is also very good. There is an underground parking garage that is large and convenient. I was stolen in a hotel in the United States, not this hotel, but everyone still has to be careful, it is better to use a safe!
Ordered here for the second time. Just for the convenience of seeing the exhibition, the last time I visited the Huntington Gardens, this time I went to the Norton Simon Museum very close. It is also convenient to eat in the Chinese area. But the sound insulation effect doesn't want to vomit, and that bed is too uncomfortable.
I stayed for a long time this time, and of course I have lived before. The location is great, just on the main road of Pasadena, it is clean and quiet. But there is a little distance from the food, walk for more than 5 minutes, the supermarket also has a target. As a whole, the foreign Hilton has no domestic high-end, almost orange level. ps: Pasadena is really a very beautiful small city. I found a little secret. If you live for a long time, you can book it every two days or every two days, which is more cost-effective.
The hotel is very pleasant but the guy in the office ain’t! I don’t remember his name but it’s a chubby guy that was working on a weekend around 9pm. My daughters came to visit me and were outside waiting for their dad to pick them up when the guy from the office walked up to them asking them if they had a room here.. they answered yes. He asked what number is that? They replied. Then, he said -well I don’t know if you are telling the truth but you guys need to be quiet because you guys are scaring my guests. Well first off, I just want to say my daughters are only 14 years old(twins) and they were not being loud wat so ever and the people who he called (guests) were some homeless people that were hanging out next to the office . I didn’t want to make a big deal because I had paid for a full week n didn’t WANA cause any problems for my stay but I think that was very unprofessional for a man to say that to two 14 yrs old girls. But besides that, During my stay I was very pleased with the room. Although it’s a bit pricey but worth it. Usually, at hotels you find people always up to no good but at this hotel during my 2 weeks I stayed here I didn’t see anything that I can say was a concern for me and my kids safety. Very calm place. That guy in the office needs more training in customer service!!
The location is very good, opposite the famous PCC University, the staff at the hotel counter is very kind and friendly, the breakfast is also very rich, and I will visit again if I have the opportunity!
My wife and I spent an incredible 2 nights there. The staff was friendly and they were very attentive to any needs we had. We will definitely be coming back. Thank you to all the staff at the Travelodge in Pasadena
This is an older route 66 motel in a rather untrendy section near east Pasadena. The rooms are old style with minimum furnishings. My air conditioner rattled on endless. Both TV and Wi-Fi had choppy reception. Some longer term guests have been settled in some of the rooms and there was noticeable litter and used bath towels in the hallways and parking area. Loud conversations carried on through the evening. Ugh! Vending has been delegated to the front office which, nowadays, is accessed by the night window. I asked for an upgrade but the desk clerk seemed less than eager to help me, so I deferred. The main parking seemed small at first glance but there is more sheltered parking behind the building. There's not a continental style breakfast but, if you ask, the desk clerk will provide you with a Ziploc package of sweets. Skip it! thankfully there were a fridge and microwave so I could bring in grocery items and pizza for tastes more my style. The location is about a 10 minute walk to the Metro Rail which will take you to Pasadena proper and downtown LA from where you can transfer to transit for most anywhere else.
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Not the motels fault, but the neighborhood is pretty rough! Lots of homeless, noise all night long. we were concerned for our vehicle too. When we got off the freeway we were in a very nice neighborhood. Active college area. However, the motel is definitely on the wrong side of the tracks! We scurried to our room and stayed there. We were just too tired to find some other place. First time ever I was not allowed into the lobby. We arrived at 2pm and had to check in via the night check in slot. This was on May 14, 2021. We had been traveling for a wee or so. First motel we couldn't go into the lobby!
Business all day in LA; looking online for something close, found this America’s best value inn on Hollywood Blvd. 1- Signed up for 20% off member rate- it never took off 20% 2- Upon arrival was told they require $200 CASH deposit we weren’t aware of, so had to get cash out and come back! . 3- NO breakfast (due to covid-19) although the website or booking didn’t say anything as others indicate they have a sack breakfast etc. too late to turn back now he already ran my card 🤦🏻♀️ 4- There were abt 4 flies that wouldn’t and didn’t leave the bathroom - Gross! 5- Pubic hairs were left in shower -wow 6- Bed was itchy so I was sketched if I wanted to get in it, slept on top of blankets - ugh 7- Remote volume didn’t work to turn down only went up. 8- Blow dryer didn’t work -go figure but called and they brought me a working one. 9- The older man who checked us in is extremely rude and seems to make up rules as he pleases without posting them online before you can decide if you want to book or not! 10- My advice is to pay an extra $30 and get into a nice hotel. We paid $165 after taxes and fees for 1-9. 🤣
Very good, free parking, convenient location, surrounded by target and trade Joe ’s. Walk to UCLA. It's close to Monica Beach, Getty Center and Beverly Hills, up to 15 minutes by car. The room is large enough, although the appearance is not too luxurious, but it has a table, a yard, and two sinks.
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.
🚗 Transportation: It is very close to the airport, very suitable for transfer travel.
🧹Sanitation: The room is clean and tidy and comfortable.
🍃Environment: The surrounding restaurants are okay, the hotel also has a restaurant, and the living facilities are convenient.
🔔Service: The staff is friendly and friendly.
This hotel was in a superb location, and the rooms were very clean, comfortable and quiet. We loved the rooftop bar! The biggest complaint was the lack of room for your clothes. The rack was over the coffee maker and wasn’t suited for dresses. No luggage stand was included, nor were any other items suitable for using for luggage. Our key did not always work, and the room was not cleaned one day. But don’t take that as reasons not to stay. We will definitely return!
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.
Let me count the ways this hotel is a no go unless you enjoy student hostel chic (or as one person said on another web-site) construction zone. modern) at prices higher than many other downtown hotels They tried to charge us $60 more than quoted and confirmed. They charged us for two night's parking when we stayed (and parked) only one night. When we asked for amenities the twice assured us were in our room - 2 bathrobes instead of one, teabags (no coffee!) and another uncomfortable wooden chair, we had to ask 3 times. There is no coffee machine in the room. The heater didn't work and it was unusually cold in LA on that March night.we asked for engineering to fix it; they came; and it still didn't work right. The "terrace" for which we paid a premium price was more like a fire escape and it faced the back of a billboard overlooking a parking lot. The "medium room with King bed" was tiny with the foot of the bed literally shoved up against the only wall with windows you could see out of. The bed took up all but a foot or so of the width of the room. Since. they couldn't put the tv in front of the bed, it was hung on the wall parallel to the length of the bed. The person on the far side of the bad would have to stretch his or her neck to the left tand lift it while in bed to see the TV. It was easier to watch streamers on our computer. The bathroom was literally in a closet with no ventilation that was built out from and against the wall. The rest of the plumbing was in the room up against the wall that bordered the halway. The coffee bar downstairs sold lukewarm coffee. Reservations was unable to answer the simplest questions like "am I checked in?" when we called the main local hotel number it was routed to a call center in an unknown location who answed "ace Hotel" so you had no idea you were speaking with someone in the middle of nowhere until they told you they had no idea how to answer your question and you needed to call the hotel (which we just had) and gave us the same local number we had just dialed. I shudder to think of the size of the "small" rooms. The confirmation email doesn't itemize the total cost, hence the confusion of being charged $375 for a $319 room. Unbelievably. noisy at night with the night club patrons pouring out through at least 2 in the morning. Chic has its price. But this hotel is not chic, comfortable, or very nice.. The roof bar and lounge is nice and appealing. would be a good place for a drink or coffee. We have stayed in the ACE Palm Springs and liked it. we checked out a day early ad went to the Milennium Biltmore and had a very comfortable room for a base price about $100 cheaper. And,the latter put coffee machines into the rooms.
The surrounding environment and the environment in the room did not say! But the indifferent young man at the front desk didn't understand! Never seen a hotel with such a poor reception! The other staff were very enthusiastic, and there was a free nearby Mercedes-Benz shuttle service, but it rained after dinner at night, and called for a car to be told that it could not be reached during busy hours. In addition, a deposit is required before checking in at the hotel? Is it distrust through Ctrip? ? And if Ctrip can ask them when it is time to refund the deposit?
Great location, near large mall and short walk to Staples centre. Some convience store near by. Also a couple of small eateries. Hotel appeared to be going through some changes. The room was large enough with two double beds and the beds were quite comfortable. The towels and bedding were thin material. The floor had been done recently. Large fridge and microwave, air conditioning. Bathroom still needs some work, but it was clean. They have dispensers in shower for your needs. Small pool, which they need to clean a bit more and to which they keep locked up. You have to ask them to open it. They told me it was the law. Breakfast included, but we did not take advantage.
The hotel feels a bit old and the service is very attentive. The amount of water in the bath is very comfortable, and there is nothing inconvenient for others. The hotel barely sees Asians and is a foreigner. There is a place to wash clothes on the second floor. 2$ 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.
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.
The hotel itself was very nice. The rooms are very nice and comfortable. Only problem for us was that there was only one trash can for a room of 8 and it was in the bathroom. Parking spots are very tight as well. Our last night there 2 cars took up 5 parking spots. Thankfully we were able to find a parking spot. I know this part isn’t the hotels fault but the area isn’t the best. There is ALOT of homeless people around the area. Thankfully you have to drive about 5 minutes to really see a lot of it. But still somewhat worrisome. Near the hotel there is a delicious Mexican spot, Starbucks, Burger King, 7-11, etc. Location is also about a 10/15 minute drive to Universal Studios. Lastly, free breakfast isn’t too bad either. Only big issue is the room is super small. They have tables to eat there but due to COVID and such a small place they should put those next to the swimming pool instead.
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
My family and I stayed at The Moment hotel for 3 nights so that we could be close Hollywood Blvd, Universal and Six Flags. The staff were very friendly and catered to any needs we had. Parking onsite was a bonus and no issues with having a spot available when we returned late in the day. Rooms are quite small but clean and suited our needs for a comfy place to sleep at night. Heads up that beds are only doubles so it’s a bit cozy. Decor is modern but could use a paint job in some areas. Bathrooms have frosted glass doors so not a lot of privacy. Would recommend this hotel for a short stop over and clean place to sleep.
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!
We stayed there 3 nights- which were 3 too much. At first we did not get the shower to work, and once we did, the whole water was everywhere but in the shower. Secondly, there was some trouble with the safe. The room was not worth 3 stars at all, it was all in all in used condition. We missed the check out at 11am, for which we apologized a couple of times, as we did not do it on purpose of course. we were told „dont worry that happen, just make sure you check out in 10mins“ which we did. Finally we found out, that we were invoiced 60 bugs for that and were told we should be thankful as standardly they would invoice more. I would highly NOT RECOMMEND this hotel, as its not a 3 stars hotel at all. The staff is rude, the rooms not satisfying and the furniture is old and in very used condition.
This time stay was excellent, was a lot of people but hotel staff seemed to be ready for big crowds moving people quickly from lines. Ate at bar .....server didn't write order so order of course was incorrect....again!
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 hotel is ideally located on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Traveling at 12pm is not dangerous.
At 10 o'clock every day, there are corresponding hiking, visiting the observatory and other activities, you can sign up to participate.
Breakfast and public areas are nice.
The quality of the occupants varies, and travellers are generally OK. But this time I stayed in the assigned room, there are occupants looking for work, the energy is relatively low.
The scariest thing is that one is smoking marijuana. Crying and laughing in the middle of the night for two days, tears and snot came out at ninety in the evening due to smoking marijuana. Fortunately, there is no threat of attack.
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 ;)
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
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.
This is a very basic motel in a VERY good location with free parking. Almost unheard of in the area. Our room was very noisey, but was big and had lots of light. We asked to move at first as the room was non smoking but the bathroom in particular stunk of smoke. We ended up staying in that room as it was much better than the dark grim downstairs one we were shown. Street noise is very loud, but we turned on the air con and it acted like white noise. We stayed in winter and were cold, night reception had poor English and hung up when our request for a blanket could not be filled. We thought the heater wasn’t working, but this turned out to be wrong, so was fine in the end. Good pressure in the shower, and they let us park for a couple of hours after we checked out while we got food beforet heading to the airport. The day staff were very accomodating trying to find a room to solve the smoke problem, but it’s clear people smoke at the bathroom window regularly. There were a lot of signs about the area being dangerous, but we didn’t feel uncomfortable or unsafe. If you are not worried about a bit of street noise and some smells, and are on budget, this is a good place for you.
My best friend & I stumbled upon this find after I’d landed from an over night flight from the other side of the country at 5am & was EXHAUSTED & needed somewhere to sleep ASAP. We sat in the car near LAX & called around to various places after searching on google for cheap nearby motels. We needed something that allowed early check in for an extra fee & also somewhere that did not require a large deposit. We found all that with Sea Rock. We checked in on a Sunday around 7am, deposit was only $60 & the people behind the counter were friendly, very efficient, quick & had a key in our hands within 10 minutes. For a cheap motel I was very impressed with the room which exceeded my expectations. Full bathroom with the toilet & shower in one room with mirror & sink on the other side of the bathroom door, which made it easy to get ready to leave & go out to get food. The room came with a small flat screen tv, mini fridge, microwave, 2 queen beds, & a big AC/heater unit attached to the front window, low to the ground, which was so relaxing to turn up the ac & sleep. All in all it felt like a hotel room just with older wooden flooring and rustic/old fashioned color paint on the walls, which you’d expect to be thin where you can hear everything on the other side but we did not run into that issue. They also offered late check out for an additional fee as well. So the fact that they had a lot of flexibility of check in & out times, really really made my day & set this place apart from other cheap motels. DEFINITELY recommend.
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.
I’m very picky and critical but I was so pleased with this charming hotel! It’s very tasteful with a casual vibe, the staff was wonderful, and it is now my go-to while in the area. Close by is the Hammer Museum which is super cool, I also recommend Violet Bistro and there's always Whole Foods for a salad-all within walking distance. I'm elderly-ish but because of the student population buzzing around, I feel safe walking at night. Again, the staff was super, the rooms are chic and the standards are high.
The hotel has free parking, a complimentary buffet breakfast, and two queen beds in the room, suitable for children. The hotel is located in Koreatown, the surrounding environment is a bit poor, and the roadside is a bit noisy, mainly because the room is not soundproof. However, we took the children to take the test, close to the test center, and drive a few minutes. The front desk service was particularly good. We went out to take the subway and provided us with 3 free bus cards (doing $2/piece for ourselves) and holding the card to buy tickets for $1.75 each time.
The employees are amazing they are always there to help you. Especially Ivonne and Brian and Lupe. No what I can always count on them. The house keeper too I think her name is Maria. She is amazing. I have been staying for about a year here and I love it.
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