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I'd stayed at this 'hotel' about 10 years ago and had good memories but this time was disappointed. Our room was right by the restaurant/bar so we got woken up every night with people arguing, yelling out at people on other floors etc. I didn't...More
We stayed at this hotel for 1 night, because it's near the airport.
The woman at the check in was very unfriendly.
The rooms are horrible, dirty, hot, loud and smells like a public toilette. The carpet was very dirty, the couch was the worst,...More
I stayed at this hotel and payed in cash. They took the cash and also charged my credit card. They also erased all records of my stay. (Seems like they do this pretty often). Stay well clear of this place. Derek Fiji.
I have stayed in alot of cheap hotels in my time and have usually accepted that things will not be totally perfect. I never normally write reviews but felt compelled to warn people of this hotel. When we arrived I had to ask for toilet...More
I would not recommend this place at ALL!! The rooms are disgusting. Sheets are dirty and don't fit the bed. Sheets kept falling off of the bed. The curtains are a joke, CHEAP and see through. Make sure you don't stay close to the dirty...More
US$81 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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There are many places in the US where one may not feel safe. I did sense some problems in the area around the hotel, and cannot advise properly how to avoid trouble, other than to suggest reading reviews of experiences, and... More
There are many places in the US where one may not feel safe. I did sense some problems in the area around the hotel, and cannot advise properly how to avoid trouble, other than to suggest reading reviews of experiences, and avoid walking at night in some places. Even an experienced traveler can find themselves in trouble, and in the nicest of settings. It is embarrassing to me to say I actually felt far safer in Europe than in my home nation. One will find the more expensive places have a greater focus on guest safety. This hostel/hotel strives to maintain an atmosphere, but the times change. The sponsored day trips are a safe bet to see L.A. I found for the most part, Los Angeles is a friendly place, and this is something which is highly under-rated in legend. Instead of a chain, try a local burger / lunch place. Generous portions, and lots of vegetables! Sorry this is the best answer I can give. It does say "adventure" in the advertising!