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Good location, clean, few amenities.12/28/2012
The location is very near lax and less than 3 miles to beaches, marina del rey, and loyola marymount university. market and bowling alley right next door. also coffee bean, ...
The location is very near LAX and less than 3 miles to beaches, Marina del Rey, and Loyola Marymount University. Market and bowling alley right next door. Also Coffee bean, a sushi cafe. Hotel has quaint bar with bar food but closes too early and a bit chilly in winter since it is open air and staff is reluctant to turn on gas heaters. Martini with house vodka was $10. Heated outdoor pool. Room was clean. Spartan, hip post-modern decor but had curtain covering wall, which seemed odd. We had corner room with windows facing airport on one side and distant ocean view to the other. Windows were a bit small so rooms with one window might feel claustrophobic. Right on two busy blvds and closed windows kept out the noise but would recommend upper floor. We were on 7th. Bed low to floor, though comfortable. No dining table or microwave (though there is one in a common area on another floor). Refrigerator. One lounge chair and a cushion bench. No dresser. Only one suitcase stand. Compact Keurig coffee maker. Bathroom very clean but shower could have had better water pressure. Hotel only supplied one coffee pouch and ONE coffee cup each day! Hotel charges $11 for continental breakfast, which should be complimentary. Charges $20 a day for parking, which is a rip, though you can get away with parking on the street near the bowling alley. Blue bus line right out front can go down to Marina del Rey if you don't have a car. Free shuttle to and from airport. Lobby was cool and staff was helpful and friendly. Hotel has a gym.
not a 3-star hotel12/05/2012
This is a motel-6 upgrade hotel, not a 3 or 3.5 star hotel; a holiday inn express is better than this. if you want a 3.5 or ...
This is a Motel-6 upgrade hotel, not a 3 or 3.5 star hotel; a Holiday Inn Express is better than this. If you want a 3.5 or 4-star hotel, stay at Embassy Suites, Hilton, Hyatt or such. Yes, the staff is friendly, but the rooms are mostly extra-large twin beds. Halls are painted with dark paint. Some rooms do not have a desk, i.e. those with twin beds. Beds are soft, like a sponge.
Great edgy look. Excellent staff! Great location.04/20/2012
Great location with a very friendly staff! i love the look and simple rooms. great hotel for hip people.
Great location with a very friendly staff! I love the look and simple rooms. Great hotel for hip people.
The staff was great!04/17/2012
This hotel was good for the package price i paid. the walls were thin but the hotel was nice and good for the price. i did not appreciate the $20 ...
This hotel was good for the package price I paid. The walls were thin but the hotel was nice and good for the price. I did not appreciate the $20 a day for valet parking without another option, and I think the coffee could have been complimentary.
Not a good stay03/02/2012
This hotel is full of hidden- and extremely high hidden charges. the hotel does not do the images justice, i can't help but wonder if they were taken of ...
This hotel is full of hidden- and extremely high hidden charges. The hotel does not do the images justice, I can't help but wonder if they were taken of a completely different hotel. Similarities but utterly miss leading. The entire hotel gives an overwhelming feeling of claustrophobia.The walls must be super thin because you can hear EVERYTHING all the way to the other end of the hall. My over all impression of the room- I was staying on Gilligan's island. I would not let someone stay here. The only plus was the excellent housekeeping.