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This is NOT A 2 nor 2.5 hotel. This is more like a 0.5 MOTEL. This place is very dirty, disgusting, unsafe, rundown. The bed was very old and uncomfortable. Chairs and tables are dirty and with ugly stains.
The worst of everything the BATHROOM,(please...More
I'm very disappointed they show this hole as a 2.5 stars hotel in LA (in all travel websites) but this terrible place does not have even an Star. It has blood on the walls, cockroaches, the bathroom was absolutely disgusting, we couldn't stay there even...More
They could show me the room displayed in the image but neither of the rooms I stayed in looked anything like the one above.
Reception staff could not accurately direct me to my room despite it being quite a small motel.
The quality of the...More
The pictures that are advertised on Expedia and other sites make this place look decent for a quick over nighter. I should have checked here! Driving up it didn't look like the most appealing, but after the nice talk with the front desk man I...More
This hotel is 1/2 star. I am very disappointed with hotwire putting this as a 2 star. Room is basic with one light fixture and a wall mounted ac unit. The hotel looks like it has not been renovated since the 1970's.
US$85 - US$108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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