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I always thought that if the wife isn't with me, I could stay anywhere. I retract that. I hit bottom here. I gonna be far more careful from here on. I had to wake the sleeping attendant to get the key. The guy was verbally...More
Me and my friend were both optimistic, but we should've taken the hint when our taxi driver took one look at the place and said:"please let me take you somewhere else." I have never felt unsafe (not even downtown LA at 2 am), but this...More
I was apprehensive about this palce becuse it was quite chep, but as it was a couple of miles out of downtown I took a chance. What a dump! Don't even think about staying there. I didn't. I threw the keys back at the manager/receptionist...More
Giving meaning to "you get what you pay for", the Pavillions Motel gets thumbs up for being one of the only motels for under $70 a night in Santa Monica, free parking and wifi, but the joys top there.
The rooms were 3x3 at a...More
This is one of the most run down filthy motels in the world. The stink of the rooms ,the beds,the bathroom and the entire room has not been painted or upgraded in 25 years. Th furniture is all old wooden disgusting paint pealing off dirty...More
US$91 - US$126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Santa Monica is a coastal town that maintains a balance as a tourist destination and as an area with a thriving local culture. On the beach, bikers, roller-bladers, runners and walkers move along the famed bike path enjoying the beautiful Los Angeles weather. The solar-powered Ferris wheel at the Santa Monica pier spins high above the water, while park revelers scream with delight riding the roller
coaster. Inland from the beach, Third Street Promenade bustles with shoppers and street performers, where every block seems to have a musical or acrobatic act drawing crowds giving Santa Monica both the feeling of a laid-back beach town and a major commercial hub.