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Great location ion downtown LA
The carpet of the room was dirty
The pool is basically a hole in the ground, next to the road
A cockroach in my bathroom
The "included breakfast" is toast, jam, cereals and instant...More
This hotel was not even close to fair. It's not even a hotel it should no even exist. The parking was limited and narrow. The microwave was outside!. The room; i was shocked and scared to even lay on the bed or use the bathroom....More
The room was very dirty and smelly, had stains on sheets and on carpet, slow and unstable WiFi connection, hairs in the bathroom. Pool area and lobby are messy as well. We don't recommend you to stay here eventhough it's close to downtown. Try to...More
Parking sucked. Key deposit nit noted on websites takes an extra 20 bucks to even check in the key didn't even lock the deadbolt to the room. The windows didn't really close and you could remove the window panes from the outside. Didn't feel safe...More
Umm this place is disgusting. The shower door didn't open because it was so riddled with rot. The air conditioner was full of mould, holes in the walls. All the plumbing looks like it will fall out of the walls. And the water in the...More
US$92 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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