Pacific Edge Beach Resort
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This is not a 5 star hotel, but it does everything you need a Downtown hotel to do. We wanted to be close to Japan town to look around the area, and the location was perfect for us. We did get woken up by noise and sirens during the night but they offer you ear plugs for this (although you have to request them), if it bothers you then take them up on the offer. Unfortunately we could smell smoke it certain parts of the hotel but our room was smoke free so that was fine. The beds were nice.
We spent two nights here post cruise. The hotel has good big rooms, friendly staff and is very clean. The concierge gave us good tips of how to get around and helped us organize a day tour. We walked around the area during day as it seemed quite safe
I lost a memory card while a guest at this hotel earlier in the month and when it didn't turn up I had to return to LA to re-copy records at the nearby L. A. County Superior Court. Management gave me a rate I could afford. This was really a blessing since it was on my dime. The hotel also provides free computer usage and printing, which saved me a lot. The hotel was efficient and casual, located near the court house, Union Station and Olvera St. There is no pool but the exercise room is open around the clock. There is also a house car that gives a free lift to places near the hotel, by reservation.
I just returned from a four day business trip to LA. My business was downtown and I typically try to stay at Hilton hotels because my husband and I are HHonors members. Pros-The service was good. We ordered room service twice, had drinks and dinner in the lobby bar when we arrived and had nightcaps in the restaurant (Justice) each evening when we got back from dinner out. On all occasions, the service was fast, friendly and efficient. Bar service was excellent and we actually saw one of the bartenders deal with a problem patron in a professional manner. I thought the wine selection was so so. The food exceeded expectations. We had breakfast on two occasions. Everything was fresh and hot. The night we arrived late, we shared an order of peel and eat shrimp and a Caesar salad. The presentation was nice, the shrimp was fresh and the salad was crisp. The rest of our meals were eaten out, but overall, we had a good experience with the food.The staff was pleasant and friendly. We were greeted by staff and asked if we needed anything on several occasions, including a phone call.The bed was very comfortable (as I think is pretty consistent with Hilton).There was plenty of hot water and the water pressure was decent.Cons-The hotel is very tired and is in major need of renovations. The lobby was nondescript. The rooms were small. The ceilings are popcorn. Although, clean, there was definitely no wow factor to this hotel.Being downtown, there was a lot of noise. I think there was a note that if earplugs were needed, the front desk had a stock. We heard police sirens on many occasions. This did not necessarily bother us, but if you are sensitive to noise, this may be something that is worth consideration.The satellite television was spotty at best. Some channels worked better than others and channels did not come in at all.The biggest con was that I could not connect to wifi the whole time I was there. Being a business trip, I needed to work, but was unable to do so without eating my data. I called the first day and the person at the front desk tried to connect me to "IT" but after being put on hold, I was informed by an automated voicemail that I was unauthorized to be put through the call. I called the front desk again, and this time she put me through to AT&T. After several minutes on hold, I gave up. The wifi remained an issue the entire stay. In summation, this was an okay experience. As always, the cookies were warm and good!
The hotel itself was presented really nicely and we had a nice stay. The valets were so friendly, however we found the staff on reception quite rude and unhelpful throughout our trip, they wouldn't book a taxi for us or give us advice on how to get around. I also think it's a bit of a cheek having to pay so much for wifi each day. The location wasn't great either, was fine during the day but not so much at night.
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 106 rooms and 24 suites
- 2 heated pools
- conference facilities (fee)
- valet parking (fee)
- pet friendly
- golf (fee)
- surfing lessons (fee)
- biking trails
- sport fishing (fee)
- whale watching (seasonal)
- Weekday morning, boot camp beach fitness program
- 1 queen or 2 double beds
- deluxe pillow-top mattress
- pay-per-view movies ($)
- iron/ironing board
- maximum 4 guests per room
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Pacific Edge Beach ResortLos Angeles,United States
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120 South Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3724
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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