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This hotel is 1/2 star. I am very disappointed with hotwire putting this as a 2 star. Room is basic with one light fixture and a wall mounted ac unit. The hotel looks like it has not been renovated since the 1970's.
I am disabled, and upon check-in they knew that, but still put us upstairs. The hotel room was clean, and there weren't any bugs or anything, but the layout of the room was super weird, and to get to the bathroom we had to go...More
All furniture looked very old. Bathtub is broken. I borrowed a hairdryer from front desk but it was broken too. Stuff was helpful when I asked for another room to take shower. Although I have booked 2 nights and it was non-refundable, I checked out...More
I'm going to focus on the positive. The hotel was a short walk from The Teragram. Saw a great show last night. The staff was beyond friendly, no bugs, clean(ish) room, pool, a/c works, great rate, free wifi, free parking, quiet enough and silent after...More
I stay here a lot because they are 1 of the few places in LA that doesn't have prejudice when checking in and they don't profile you. They work with you as long as your cool too. They don't trip on you unless you do...More
US$79 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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