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we booked a room at an excellent $$ amount. really wanted to stay there. shared bathrooms not an issue (had same in Denmark) but did have a concern regarding whether there was an elevator as i have some mobility problems. I called the hotel and...More
Extremely friendly and polite service, located downtown. Very basic, simple rooms. For those that have posted complaints, there are plenty of hotels in the area for double or triple the price. Only a two story building and reviewers whining about lack of elevator?! My rate...More
If you don't want an elevator, fridge, tv, a/c or a good night's sleep, then this is the place for you. You get what you pay for in LA, but the cleanliness claim doesn't include the high shelf in the wardrobe. It's share bathrooms and...More
The place was clean for an very old building.after that it go's down Hill
First if u have any sort of handicap this place is not for u 30 stairs just to get to the office ( no Elevators)
#2 only one shower 1- mens...More
Those who do not need a private bath, travelers on Amtrak, & those wanting to stay downtown, this is your place. Rooms are clean. Other guests are quiet & seasoned travelers. Excellent nearby restaurants just out the door.
US$80 - US$104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United States > California > Los Angeles > Downtown / Central L.A
Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.