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Never suggest this to anybody as it is not worth in any aspects. Untidy, terrible service, stinking rooms and corridors, lots of junk floating around everywhere, no coffee in room, unhygenic linen, no breakfast, Not cheap at all, for the kind of hotel it is.
It is totally different to the online photos, dirty. noising, could not sleep whole night, everything need to be upgraded and repaired, the windows and door can not be complete close, the air condition noise from next room so loud whole night, the bathroom sink...More
This is really a motel. The place is rundown and in need of an update. It really is a no frills place to sleep. If you're looking for luxury and a spa getaway go pay the spa prices. If you're looking for a comfy bed...More
The hotel is dirty with out any facilities with 110 USD I paid by booking.com. I deposited 20 USD but while I checking out early morning at 5 AM he argue with us that we only deposited 10 USD, it is very funny. he was...More
simple big and clean rooms, 6-7 minutes to Metro Center station, shopping center and down town by feet
best location for traveling the city of Los Angeles
skyline few from south side rooms
breakfest very simple
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US$86 - US$117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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