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This hotel is very basic: a bed and a bathroom (no closet, so you shouldn't mind living out of a suitcase). But it's spacious, clean and I rather liked the minimalist decor. Free wifi, free parking and friendly staff. Location is good: between downtown and...More
We stayed for 3 nights , end of Nov, prior to our son's wedding. This was our 2nd stay at the Shelter and found the rooms very clean. The staff ,especially Jason (the manager) and Stephen (deputy) were so friendly and courteous..On both occasions ,...More
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Reviewed 25 March 2012
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So we come to LA for business about every 6 weeks and happen to find this hotel in its infancy- we have seen it grow from bare bones. We did not score it a "5" in all areas because it is a work in progress,...More
I stayed at Shelter for one night at a very reasonable rate. Amenities are pretty basic -- there's water and coffee available in the lobby.
There's a coffee maker, toiletries, free wifi, free parking, and cable. Unfortunately, it seems the hotel is still a work...More
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They have covered spaces under the hotel. Cars park 2 deep in some spaces, so they keep your car key in order to move car if someone needs to get out. We were in handicapped space, so we had no issues. I'm not sure how other... More
They have covered spaces under the hotel. Cars park 2 deep in some spaces, so they keep your car key in order to move car if someone needs to get out. We were in handicapped space, so we had no issues. I'm not sure how other guests dealt with it.