Please note this is NOT a hotel it's a short term apartment rental and there is a $125 cleaning fee they do not tell you about that gets added on to the price when you are about to checkout. There are also very specific checking and checkout times and if you cannot make it within the specified time window they charge you extra.
I booked this place because I needed to be somewhere at 8am and this was the closest available place around. I ended up with a 2 bedroom, 2 full bathroom apartment with living room and kitchen for $125 a night with the $125 cleaning fee. Since I only stayed 1 night it was $250 plus tax.
The place is really nice and includes 2 car parking in the under ground garage. The place includes all the amenities of regular hotel also minus a restaurant / room service.
I would absolutely stay here again as I had two other people with me and this was a nice place to call home for a night.
Overall, the hotel was very nice. The pool party on Sunday is very popular. The crowd is young, mid 20s. The hotel staff is helpful. If you are not familiar with the downtown LA area, please familiarize yourself about the area before going for walks.
Room was comfortable, everything new and high tec. Shower is located in room, not in separate bathroom and is enclosed in glass so you have to be very friendly with your roommate. Beautiful building, great restaurant/coffee spot and pool, bar on roof. It's kind of a hipster scene.
Stayed here w my daughter and 2 others. The hotel is charming and eclectic. Dated but not too bad. Felt like I was in a pension in Barcelona. With that mentally, we were happy to be there and didn't get caught up staring at dated parts of the room. One block from Stales center was awesome. One block the other direction for a great shopping afternoon. Restaurant options everywhere. Easy parking next door only $24 overnight. The pool area was quiet and great if you wanted to hang. The breakfast was very good. I'd go back for the price and location. Only $200 per night versus $400-500 for other chain hotels.
Used as a backdrop for countless films and TV shows, downtown Los Angeles is one of the world’s most recognized skylines. This area’s landmarks include the LA Convention Center, the Staples Center, and Dodger Stadium. Post-modern architecture takes center stage at the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. Nearby, Chinatown and Little Tokyo lie east of City Hall.