I stayed at the Miyako hotel in the beginning of December. The staff was nice, but the spa was amazing. My mother and I went alone, and we were the only ones in there. I've never been to a spa before, so it was really relaxing and warm. LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THIS SHOWER. The shower was the most amazing shower I've ever had. Honestly. The hot water blasts from right above your head and the sides of the shower and it just creates this awesome twister of water. They had shampoo, conditioner and body soap right there in the shower in pumps on the wall, so it was really convenient. What I didn't like was that there was no pool at all in the hotel, but they make up for it with the spa.
The room, however was SUPER COLD. I asked for an extra blanket and they brought me a big fluffy one right away, though. The heater in the room turned on in the middle of the night every 30 minutes and made this HUGE BOOM noise, which disturbed my mom and I the whole time the first night. We turned it off the second night...
The toilet was broken and making noise but as soon as we let them know, they had a guy up there who fixed it in an hour while we were out.
We chose this hotel for being right smack dab in the Little Tokyo. We could walk everywhere we wanted to go, the Daiso, Kinokuniya (Japanese book store) and the mall.
"Wonderful hotel to stay close to Staples Center
Booked three individual rooms for our Sunday night stay for business. Hotel staff was very courteous and helpful from the time we drove up Sunday afternoon to our departure Monday morning. Rooms were nicer than the photos and very comfortable. Unfortunately I ended up with a noisy neighbor but thankfully they settled down around 10:30 pm.
Valet parking service great and we enjoyed the complimentary shuttle service Sunday night to our appointment close by. Definitely will stay here again next time we visit Los Angeles.
We stayed here two nights, a party of 5. and there was every thing you could ever need available in this apartment. two room and a sitting area, two bathrooms etc etc. However there was constructions going on the building next door and it was pretty noisy.
There are a few buildings that fall under the suites at piero and way to many apartments and we got lost within our building....may be better signs would help(?). There are no one to help at each building and only a security guard in the main lobby...a bit inconvenient but not terrible so.
The Metro was about 15min walk and that was fine as we were there at a very pleasant day. However there are not many placed around who served breakfast/meals so food option around there was not the best.
The Guard did offer us some food options on the night we arrived (that deliver) and we had a very lovely dinner that was very prompt and yum.
We did get a note the night before checkout re the room key as there is no one to check us out either....a bit unusual but I would stay there again because the room itself was very nice and location was also not to bad.
"I recommend, if you do not care about the noise. "
Overall I was happy with the quality compare to its price. Breakfast, staff, location, cleanesss I rate this hotel for 3.5/5. However, the noise from upstairs was driving crazy at night. Squawking, walking, talking and TV noise was the worst experience. If you are staying at the top of the floor which was 3rd floor you would be fine. I do not recommend room number 211 or all of second floor level.
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.