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From the 1950’s neon yellow exterior, one would not expect to find such a relaxing and wonderful inn on the interior. On the same parcel as the famed Magic Castle, this small hotel is a terrific find in the middle of Tinsel Town. Located a...More
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Response from HotelManager, General Manager at Magic Castle HotelResponded 8 April 2014
Wow....thank you so much for taking the time to write such a great review. I'm so happy to hear that you enjoyed it. Please come back and make it a tradition to celebrate your anniversary with us!
We are a family of 4 and stayed for 3 nights. Staff were fantastic and loved the extra service like free laundry and snacks this is especially handy when travelling with children. The rooms were okay the kitchen and bathrooms needs updating but quite adequate....More
Located just 5 minutes walk from the walk of fame, this little hotel makes a fantastic base in LA.
We had room 102 facing the street, but with the air con on we could not hear any traffic noise.
The room was clean, bed -...More
7 of us stay in 2 rooms next to each other. Apart from this stair everything was excellent.
This service was very good and love the complimentary laundry service with next day delivery. .. love it
This snack bar was 24 hours free which was...More
We stayed here for 2 days as part of a family holiday in the USA in late March 2014.
America is know for its quality of service but this hotel takes it to a whole new level! For example, we arrived early due to the...More
The MC is in a decent area but you need to keep your eyes open at all times. Hollywood Blvd is 2 blocks away which will be a different adventure. Public transportation is available but I suggest you use UBER to go to... More
The MC is in a decent area but you need to keep your eyes open at all times. Hollywood Blvd is 2 blocks away which will be a different adventure. Public transportation is available but I suggest you use UBER to go to attractions. Driving can be stressful if you have never drove in the states. I was in Australia for a month and it took me a week to get adjusted to your driving. FYI, the MC has Vegamite in a tube for breakfast. Welcome to the USA!