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I had the opportunity to stay at this hotel some time back but opted against it because I just wasn't sure of it. This time my assistant booked me in the host hotel for a convention I was attending and I didn't realize it was...More
2 Thank Cwbydav
Response from bertuno, Owner at Hotel FigueroaResponded 21 February 2013
That was a very nice review. You stayed in a 33 room overlooking the pool. Actually the inside rooms are bigger and better all with tub and shower.
A year ago we bought 100 Plumen lightbulbs from London. They had just won a major design...More
When you enter the hotel you discover it is not your usual chain. The reception area, pool and restaurant area have an exotic feeling. The staff was helpful and informative.The bar is small cozy and inviting. I loved the restaurant staff who were very welcoming....More
Response from bertuno, Owner at Hotel FigueroaResponded 15 February 2013
Thank you. Good constructive comments. We need to keep the breakfast buffet simple because many of our bustours have breakfast included. If we were to include the items you suggested they would stuff their pockets, take those items along and have it for lunch. Tried...More
With over 3000 excited and colorful Zumba instructors in town, Downtown LA is gonna get wild! I'm a "newbie" which means this will be my first Zumba conference. Most everyone I know will be staying at the JW. First off, i love love love "mom...More
1 Thank Loveforles
Response from bertuno, Owner at Hotel FigueroaResponded 11 February 2013
Well...sounds exciting. I believe we have set aside 100 rooms plus for this convention. JW across the street is the head quarters hotel. Actually the newest and best hotel downtown.
As for us we had a nice Grammy party yesterday for 600 guests. Annual event....More
This is a nice change from your standard cookie-cutter hotel. The lobby, bar, and rooms are like something out of an Albert Camus story in 1940s North Africa. I usually could care less about the way a hotel room is decorated, but the dark red...More
2 Thank JackKerowack
Response from bertuno, Owner at Hotel FigueroaResponded 31 January 2013
Sir, you are so kind in what you say. Makes this journey worth the long hours over the years.
Actually as a young man I read Albert Camus. A bit over my head honestly. I am now reading about Bill Willis and his influence on...More
I travel a lot for business, spending about 50 nights last year in your typically efficient corporate box hotels. So, when we had the chance to stay in a place that was out of the ordinary, I was excited. And - the Fig is not...More
Response from bertuno, Owner at Hotel FigueroaResponded 30 January 2013
Thank you. The location is great but...this being the most popular and vibrant part of downtown you have to expect noise. We have the original windows which open and it is unlikely that I will ever change them.As for the mattresses we purchased brand new...More
US$354 - US$590 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#38 Luxury Hotel in Los Angeles
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Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.