Loved the location. The rooms were clean and comfortable. The 3 concierges we talked to were very helpful and friendly.
Very expensive though. Buffet breakfast which was the same as every other buffet breakfast was $27 per person and one morning we ordered room service breakfast and got two stale bagels with cream cheese, a coffee and tea for $36.
We stayed in the largest suite with 2 bed/2 baths. Living/dining/kitchen area is very generous. I was worried the pictures were creating false space as they can sometimes do to make an area look better, but no. We had brought a queen-size inflatable mattress and there was plenty of room for it on the floor (thankfully we didn't need it!).
The valet staff was amazing: friendly, quick, and flexible since we had two rooms and two cars, and were switching luggage around between rooms/cars. The only reason I couldn't give staff 5 stars was because about half of the time I called the front desk, there was no answer and once when I went down to talk to them, there was one man on the phone and he couldn't even acknowledge me...wouldn't make eye contact, nothing. I appreciate that you want to give your customers your attention and not rush them off the phone, I completely agree with that, but not looking at me or acknowledging that I'm waiting is rude. Aside from that, the rest of the check in was fine.
The hotel does have you sign a non-party agreement on the weekends. It wasn't an issue for us, but it was something I hadn't seen before. When calling before the weekend with questions, I was told that the stocked mini-bar could be emptied before check in so that we had room for our goodies (and also to avoid drunk-eating a $6 snickers) so that was helpful. Plus, the fridges are much bigger than a typical mini-fridge. Kitchen also included dishes, a stovetop, and microwave. Great!
Traveller from Orange County, CA
Welcome to The Redbury, the latest addition to the award-winning sbe Hotel Collection, curated by visionary Creative Director …More
"Very nice hotel close to USC where we needed to go"
We thoroughly enjoyed our quiet 2 night stay. Our room was newly renovated and we found it to be very clean, bathroom too. The rooms are small as you would expect in such an old hotel but we did have a huge closet. Nice ammenities and antique furnishings, comfortable king bed. Would definitely return. Desk clerk, Betty, was a sweetheart and very helpful with restaurant suggestions, etc. She's a keeper! And we really liked the little elevator with the iron gate....we really felt we were back in time....so cool! The parking was a snap; convenient and seemed like a safer area of town. No complaints about this place at all.
My complain is that you can hear all the noises at the hallway and at the other room. But i still recommend this hotel to everyone coz the walk of fame was just not even 5 minutes walk. The bed was very comfy, the bathroom was nice too! They have a mini fridge, microwave and a coffee maker. associates were very helpful. I like how they value you. They also offer snack at the lobby which is pretty cheap, dollar for canned drinks and bottled water, and 2 bucks for the bottled juice. They get sandwiches too. They charged 20 bucks a night for parking, but what you expect its L.A!
Traveller from hawaii
The Comfort Inn & Suites is conveniently located within walking distance to the Hollywood & Highland Center, Kodak Theater …More
Its not the waldorf Astoria, but its clean, comfy, no frills, and affordable. Better than many of the other similarly priced hotels in the area. Staff was friendly, a few decent places to eat within walking distance.
From its hills to its sidewalks, the stars are everywhere in Hollywood. Although most film and TV production today takes place in Burbank, Hollywood retains its mystique. The elite are commemorated with stars on the Walk of Fame and cement handprints at Grauman’s Chinese Theater. The Hollywood & Highland Center shopping and entertainment venue includes the Kodak Theatre, home of the Oscars.