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I was an LA resident for over 10 years, but came back to visit family and friends. I'm very familiar with the property and the same goes for most LA hotels. For the location and quality, you can't beat the price. The location is great for tourists or someone who wants to have central access to Downtown, Beverly Hills and the Valley. If it's available, spend a little extra to have a poolside room. It's much more spacious and who doesn't want to look out to palm tress? I work in hospitality (to no knowledge of their staff) and being that I do I love to give special acknowledgement where deserved. Thank you to the valet team for your patience with me taking forever to unload, front desk for being so personable and professional and the bellman for his great energy. They were the only staff members I interacted with, but although I never met housekeeping my room was cleaned well so a special mention to them as well. If you feel like indulging grab a bite at 25 Degree's, their 24 hour restaurant. It's a great place for a post night out meal and the truffle fries are to die for. Overall it was a short but sweet stay.
We liked the hotel. The reason we chose it was because of it's proximity to the tours. It was great for that - however, not a great location for restaurants or other fun. The hotel itself is kind of weird, with reception in the basement in the back of the hotel...there is no one at either of the two main entrances. Security was at the main entrance one night, but none the other two nights we were there. Anyone from the street, which was alive with "street people" could come in. When I hopped off the elevator one morning to grab coffee (no coffee pots in rooms, how did I miss that) there was a young woman with "all her belongings" helping herself to the coffee, and she scurried off when she saw me...other than the old Chinese Theatre and the new inside shops and restaurants next door, there isn't much to do in the general area of the hotel. The hop on - hop off bus loads almost next door, and so that was good. And we were pleasantly surprised to find Sammy Haggar's Cabo Wabo Cantina inside the new mall across the street. The food there was good. The tequila was better. The salsa was the best. We tried to eat at the pool cafe but found the menu very narrow, and the main restaurant was very expensive for what seemed to be fairly plain. I gave the hotel 4 stars because they gave us an upgrade and a bottle of champagne for our anniversary...otherwise, it would have been a 3. The room was nicely updated - but the bathroom was ridiculously small - the toilet only barely fit between the wall and the sink and I could barely fit on it. Overall, the whole hotel felt very DARK....it needs some light!
Room was clean and well kept, great location for getting out and about. Staff were absolutely lovely and helpful, the only real downside was the strong whiff of weed during the evening and through the night. Pool parties and the club noise was non existent where I stayed, I had a room facing the back (hollywood high school)
Not sure where to begin. Upon arrival we were greeted well by reception and even given free wifi (we were astounded that you even had to pay for this considering it's free everywhere else). The guy who brought us our luggage was lovely too. That's about all that was good about this place.. we can't believe we prepaid & had to spend 6 nights here. If you're a 'nobody', you will surely not forget it while staying here. Staff around the pool area are pretentious and rude to no end. Went out to the pool on the 3rd day & was told to take a day bed by one of the waitresses. I was then approached by the pool reception girl & told to get off as I did not have a reservation and was not on the waiting list? Meanwhile every good looking hipster from the street was taking a seat with their friends. The way she spoke to me was demeaning and appalling given I'm a paying guest. It was hard to get served at any hour of the day. Once we started spending however the waitresses would come to us more frequently. We haven't had one descent nights sleep as every single night there has been people raging outside our room (we stayed in a Cabana room but not facing the pool). On one of the nights I literally thought a woman was being attacked as she was screaming and making THAT MUCH NOISE down our hallway. Other nights we had a bunch of guys banging on our door at 3.30am just for fun! Walks are paper thin. The smell of marijuana is constant and mixes in well with the dusty old carpets in the hallways. Considering there are children at the pool area I would think staff would be more vigilant about people openly smoking weed at the pool. The cleaners did a very sub par job, on occasion only replenishing us with one towel, no replenishment of toilet paper and leaving dirty soaked cleaning sponges on the bathroom floor as well as their bobby pins. Despite it being hot in LA, our outdoor bed was saturated when we arrived and it stayed that way for the next 6 days, filthy and covered in dirt and dust and wet towels (not ours). They also don't know how to tread quietly in the very early AM through the hallways, slamming doors and cluttering with people's room service that's left outside their doors. On one occasion a cleaner came into our room despite a do not disturb sign and us telling her we didn't need any services. The absolute icing on the cake however.. on the last day we decided to extend our check out by 6 hours. $150! We then went out up the street and when we returned were once again greeted by rude pool reception girl & some other guy who demanded to see our room key so that we could enter the corridor to our room??? We had been there for 6 nights!? When we told them we were guests & simply going to our room and not to the pool party that was to the left of the corridors they demanded that we needed to get a stamp on our arm? Like we're at a bloody club & not guests at a hotel!? We then returned to our room to find they had checked us out anyway & we couldn't get into our room. Despite the fact that this place is a rip off for what you get (small bathroom, crap shower pressure & sofa seats that had liquid and pen all over them) its staff need to learn how to treat people!! Not just celebrities etc, normal people! We have spent our last day here in our room because we genuinely feel uncomfortable being anywhere else in this hotel. Will never stay again and will never recommend to anyone. Unfortunately this has been the worst hotel we have ever stayed in, literally. A very sad end to our honey moon. I understand that it's iconic and a hot spot etc but advertise the type of rooms on your site for gods sake! (E.g if you stay in a cabana room don't expect to sleep). People like us from Australia had no idea what we were getting ourselves in to. If you're after a crazy night, have loads of cash and look good.. by all means go for it, otherwise don't bother.
We stayed at the end of our Honeymoon and it was the perfect end to our Trip. I'd organised a few surprises for my pregnant wife in the room and the concierge team went out of their way to upgrade us and also put some baby gifts in the room too. All the staff in the hotel are very helpful and recommend some great trips to help you make the most of your trip.If you are after seeing the sights of Hollywood and north of LA then this is the perfect hotel for that. Ideally located on the Walk of Fame, a short walk from Runyon Canyon, and a short transfer to WB studios. Plus the hotel is part of movie history so what more could you want.
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- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
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- 24h. Reception
- Money Exchange
- Conference room
- Laundry service
- Room service
- 1 King or 1 Double beds
- Bathroom with hairdryer
- Direct dial telephone
- Satellite / cable TV
- In-room safe
- Tea / Coffee
- Internet access
- Iron and board
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Hollywood RooseveltLos Angeles,United States
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7000 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028-6003
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