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We stayed here for one week to visit LA. The room was spacious with two queen size beds, a fridge, tv, dressing table and lots of space.
The subway station was a 10 minute walk away and easy to find the hotel. We travelled from...More
I stayed here based on others' reviews but wish I hadn't. Firstly there are no breakfast facilities like the listing says and according to front desk never has been. It's a very long walk to the main parts of Hollywood. We took 45 minutes to...More
A quirky motel right on Hollywood Blvd. Rooms were clean and slightly larger than a standard room. Walking distance to Hollywood's walk of fame and other attractions. Plenty of eateries close by. Easy to find off highway 101.
I’ll keep this short -
Rooms are basic, NOT as described. NO safe in room so be prepared to carry your valuables (passport, devices etc) with you everywhere. Walls are paper thin. You can literally hear everyone’s conversations and TVs that seem to be going...More
We booked a two bed-room for myself, my two nephews and my cousin. The staff was friendly, there was free wifi, free drinks in the lobby, the room was spacious and clean, and the location was just right for our trip to Universal Studios. They...More
Response from Greenbean45 | Reviewed this property |
The bus stop for the LAX FlyAway bus to LAX airport is located at the northeast corner of Selma Ave. and Argyle Ave., one block south of Hollywood Blvd., a 20-minute walk from the hotel. Fare is $8 one-way. It's also... More
The bus stop for the LAX FlyAway bus to LAX airport is located at the northeast corner of Selma Ave. and Argyle Ave., one block south of Hollywood Blvd., a 20-minute walk from the hotel. Fare is $8 one-way. It's also possible to use the LA Metro for even less but that will require 3 subway trips and a shuttle bus -- a long, cumbersome process. I did it when I was in L.A., but I wouldn't do it again.