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1212 South Alvarado Street, Downtown LA, Los Angeles, CA 90006, United States of America – Show map
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Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 17 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One additional older child or adult is charged USD 5 per night when using existing beds.
Extra beds are not available.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Located 3 miles from Los Angeles Convention Center, this motel features rooms with free Wi-Fi. It serves a daily continental breakfast. Free indoor parking is provided to guests.
Score from 372 reviews Good
Staff was nice. Felt safe as there were cameras everywhere.
The key coder broke just before we got there. We had to have staff open our door each time we returned. The tile floor should have been easy to clean. It was filthy. I could not go barefoot at all. And my socks were filthy by the time we left.
Staff was friendly.Wifi good..Felt safe
Location! I went to a show at the coliseum only 10 mins away. Plenty of food located there too!
The pillows could of been better. Super flat.
Great location, safe parking and hotel, great price.
Tv went out on the second day and they did not fix it.
The attention was not agreeable for one the staff.
No microwave in the room
Parking was convenient, The staff was friendly..
old small tv
Clean facilities and spacious rooms.
At check-in, the staff charged me $10 deposit ($5 per room) and in check-out they didn't refund my deposit back. When I called back to be refunded, they stated that the deposit would have to be given in cash, and could not be refunded to the credit card I used to pay the room. And to add to the frustration, the staff blamed it on me for not knowing that I should have collected the deposit in cash.
Location was good, stuff very friendly. Breakfast was included.
Good staff. Large rooms and free parking. Free Wifi, unlike Motel6.
Price was a little high for the area. Microwave missing in rooms.
Proximity to downtown
Bed comfort was wiry.
It's a pretty calm area & the rooms were clean and spacious.
There is no breakfast and they charge you a little extra money when you check out.
Price, staff was polite
Dated hotel, unable to even get ice without paying extra, cricket in the room drove us crazy all night
Friendly and welcoming staff with good hospitality
Horrible dangerous location, lots of homeless people at night and shady looking characters walking the streets. Heard gun shots first night there. Horrible breakfast, Bagels and cream cheese.
The rooms were large and clean with many amenities included! The staff was nice too!
There was a large group of people in the parking lot very late at night being very loud and it seems as though there was no security guard at night
The staff is nice. The room was spacious.
If you dont mind the sketchy area, and tile floors your going to get what you pay for. If it wasnt for the tile floors, i would definitley stay here again.
I didnt like the all tile floors. I probably will not be staying here anymore due to this.
Staff was super helpful, I asked for extra pillow to help sleep and he brought it to my room. The free continental breakfast was great, free parking a big plus, and 100 feet from the 30 Bus, which was amazing. Hot water and tub shower. There is a gas station across the way with a small market that is 24 hours. I plan to go back there next year even with the problems. i would recommend this motel/inn to SoCal residents who drive and don't mind a 5 minute bus trip to the Convention Center.
Tile floors were not super clean, in fact, they made my feet black the first night, to be fair each additional night they were better. I was on the bottom floor, and the people above were loud, but not bad enough for me to go to sleep. Ice was 0.25, and the ice container was MAYBE clean. the bag fell in while getting it, so i did NOT use any of it.
Short driving distance to Staples Center & surrounding venues to downtown LA. Standard king size bdrm was roomy, large bthrm, dedicated parking lot for guests, free Wi-Fi, & breakfast for guests. Courtesy discount on Early Check-in Fee (drove in from Bay Area). Overall room & svc was very accommodating!
No iron or ironing board. Perhaps body length pillows for king size bed, else larger pillows.
The continental breakfast offered high quality offerings, such as Tropicana Orange juice, real butter, and bakery-fresh donuts and bagels. There was no cannister of powder marked "Creamer" -- it was the real deal, and so was the hot coffee. A woman named Olga checked me in, and she was very hospitable and provided an excellent check-in experience.
I was assigned to a room designed to accommodate the handicapped traveler. I am in full support of accommodating special needs and, on occasion, that means that a non-handicapped person might get a room with accommodated facilities. However, I was not informed that I was being assigned to such a room, although I was asked about a floor preference, suggesting that this was not the last room. And even if it was, it should have been politely disclosed because when there is no shower curtain or shower door, you end up with one wet bathroom floor everywhere. That was a minor matter that could have been handled better with disclosure. The major matter follows. The door to my room opened out to a parking lot. Several persons (at least some were employees) were using their cars as sort of a break room or lounge - music, door open, door closed, repeat. It was not terribly late, but it was after dark, and it continued for a long time. I was expecting a local friend, but the appointed hour had come and gone. My cell phone had suffered cardiac battery arrest, and the room phone could only receive calls - it was not possible to dial out. I wanted to go on a payphone reconnaissance mission, but I didn't want him to come and find me not there. What to do, what to do. . . . I decided I would leave a short be-right-back note. I wrote it on a piece of tiny-notebook paper, maybe 2" by 3". I had no tape so I had to ponder how to make the note stay in place and be visible. A-ha, the slot for the key card. When I quietly closed my room door, I folded the note in half and gently placed just enough in that slot. The security officer working the parking lot (Richard), or rather the unlicensed employee performing the duties of a security officer, rushed over and began a loud, aggressive, and uncalled-for berating and interrogation.
Location was great for what I needed
No clocks in room
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