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While I usually prefer to avoid budget motels on my travels, I make exceptions if it’s a solo short stay as this was for 2 nights. This was the first hotel I stayed at when I came to LA in summer 2014. Again in 2015...More
The Taj Mahal it is not, and amenities are nonexistent. BUT! It's clean, it's conveniently located, it's cheap... if you're coming to Los Angeles to go party downtown and want a safe place to crash, this is probably it.
We are here from past 2 days, no service is provided. Rooms are very small, wash basin is blocked by the time we came in and no one to repair and air conditioner is not working properly. So ever prefer this hotel!!
I had an amazing stay. The manager is friendly. The place it a bit sketchy thought but they have secured rooms. The free breakfast needs an upgrade. Place is close to a lot of places especially the convention. And free parking. So We take uber...More
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It suited it's purpose, cheap and clean for a few hours sleep. However, it took several minutes to get some hot water in the shower. And the wifi didn't work. But if you just want to sleep, get up, and go, it's not a terrible...More
US$97 - US$131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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