Pacific Edge Beach Resort
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The hotel is rated higher because of it's staff. They were friendly and helpful. The hotel is very 1980's a little run down but clean. The big issue is wifi. Why do we have to pay for it. Everywhere else it's free, even the taco trucks have free wifi. I'm an HH Honors member but because I booked this with a travel agent I couldn't get my free wifi. Really it's nickel and diming- particularly at the price.
Nothing extra ordinary about this place. It's in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. The bill came to almost $250 for one night. Quite frankly, it was not worth it. The bed was comfortable, but other than that, not much to write home about. The rooms, especially the bathrooms, need upgrading. The area shuts down at night and it doesn't feel all that safe to walk around after dark. Not many places in the area for dinner, forced to eat at hotel restaurant, which turned out to be a big disappointment. Hotel is on Los Angeles Street. It's a busy and noisy roadway. Front desk people and bell staff very professional and courteous.
I had to come down for business and really enjoyed the stay. The rooms are very comfortable and room service is quite fast. Being that it's downtown Los Angeles I felt very safe and secure with their level of security in the building. The only downside I would say is the lack of diversity in their room service menu! Not a lot too choose from.
We stayed over for 1 night only - before joining cruise ship at San Pedro port the next day. Hotel was a bit far away from port, but was the hotel supplied by travel company. Hotel & room very clean. Beds very comfy - slept really well. Reception staff gave us all freshly baked cookies when checking in, but didn't seem bothered about directions to lift, as they were a bit too engrossed in their own conversation - also we would have appreciated help with our cases being taken to our room for us after such a long flight, but the 3 of us struggled with our luggage. Restaurant a bit on expensive side, but that is to be expected when you choose to eat in hotel. The Japanese garden which we managed to explore the next day was beautiful and very tranquil, seems an ideal venue for weddings & other functions.
We stayed at this hotel at the beginning of January because we went to the Rose Bowl and wanted a place close to the Metro Gold Line. Union Station was a very short (10 minutes) walk from the hotel and perfect for our trip to Pasadena. The hotel itself is very nice with a lobby bar and restaurant located on the first floor. Check in was super fast despite our arriving a few hours before check-in time; my husband is a Hilton Honors elite member so that might have helped. The front desk staff were very friendly and the concierge helped us several times with directions and calling a cab. We also used Lyft and a driver was always in the area for fast pick up/drop off.The room was a nice size, very clean, very quiet and we had a view of the city and mountain. I don't think I heard a noise from any of the other rooms which was a pleasant surprise. We ate in the restaurant twice for breakfast and twice for dinner and we were not disappointed. Unfortunately we did not have a chance to check out the Japanese garden though it was on our list to do. I highly recommend this hotel, especially if you need to be in close proximity to Union Station.
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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
Resort Location Map
Pacific Edge Beach ResortLos Angeles,United States
- Hotel Contacts
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120 South Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3724
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