This hotel is very reasonably priced and is a short walking distance to the main Hollywood attractions.
2 blocks down is Hollywood Blvd with the Walk Of Fame, shops, the Chinese Theatre and lots of eateries.
Also on the corner of the block is a convenient store, liquor shop, subway and starbucks so if you aren't in the mood to get dressed properly and head into a populated area, you can just go for convenience.
Lots of homeless people in the area at night but none were threatening or scary.
The 24hr "cafe" is just a little counter with snacks but is so handy! Bar was great, had a good happy hour.
Staff were really friendly and very helpful every time I interacted with them. As were housekeeping.
I would stay at this hotel again (or any in the chain) and recommend it to friends.
Traveller from Sydney, Australia
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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.