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Arriving after a loooong flight in LA, you want a comfortable bed and some quiet to rest your weary bones. The Hollywood Inn is the sort of motel you see on TV shows and movies: center court with a pool and around it the same...More
After a long flight from Tonga via Fiji to LA we arrived at this excuse for a hotel/motel and from the moment we got there the guy on reception was the one of the rudest people I've ever laid eyes on.
We told him we...More
The woman at the front desk was very nice. The man was very rude. If you want the wifi password you have to walk diwn the office every day, its a old hotel, small, the people smoke weed, but close to the bus stop to...More
I stayed here for eight nights both alone for a while and with a friend.
Our room was clean and spacious with a fridge.
A code is provided for each device that requires complimentary wifi. There is coffee,tea,water and juice available in reception constantly.
Walking distance from my baby sisters apt. First time to Cali and sister just had thyroid removed, papillary cancer, but she's fine now.
Anyway, booked just shy of a week stay through AARP & loved it!
Friendly staff/owner, out of this world waffles (now addicted...More
Response from Greenbean45 | Reviewed this property |
The bus stop for the LAX FlyAway bus to LAX airport is located at the northeast corner of Selma Ave. and Argyle Ave., one block south of Hollywood Blvd., a 20-minute walk from the hotel. Fare is $8 one-way. It's also... More
The bus stop for the LAX FlyAway bus to LAX airport is located at the northeast corner of Selma Ave. and Argyle Ave., one block south of Hollywood Blvd., a 20-minute walk from the hotel. Fare is $8 one-way. It's also possible to use the LA Metro for even less but that will require 3 subway trips and a shuttle bus -- a long, cumbersome process. I did it when I was in L.A., but I wouldn't do it again.