Hotel Hwood is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Los Angeles, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Hotel Hwood, visitors can check out Guitar Center (0.5 mi) and Hollywood Bowl Overlook (1.3 mi), some of Los Angeles' top attractions.
Rooms at Hotel Hwood provide a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast while staying at Hotel Hwood. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel Hwood.
While in Los Angeles be sure to experience local sukiyaki & shabu shabu favourites at Cho Oishi or Khan Shabu Shabu.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Hollywood Walk of Fame (1.0 mi) or Runyon Canyon Park (0.7 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Los Angeles!
Located only minutes from Hollywood and Highland this is a great place to base yourself for your Hollywood adventure. All of the conveniences you’ll require are only a short walk away (supermarkets, bars, fast food and coffee). The rooms are clean and comfortable and though the desk staff are a little quiet and not exactly friendly, they are professional and respectful.
At first I was a bit skeptical because of some of the reviews I saw I am not sure if the room that I stayed in was recently renovated but it looks brand new and very clean towels were fully stocked in everything work perfectly fine the only reason why I am not going to give this hotel a five star rating was because of the breakfast because it was like a gimmick and less than sufficient I stayed in a double bed room on the first floor room 108
Im generally super easy going with hotels, especially if I’m spending less on them. This was a HUGE exception. The rooms were dirty, I wouldn’t take my socks off on the floor. The bathroom floor had a hole in the tile, and the shower never really got above lukewarm. I felt unsafe when I would walk in and out of the room/in the hallway. The key cards demagnetized every. Single. Time. That we left the room. So we would have to go to the front desk and wait for them to remagnetized them. Location was ok but for the most part we still Ubered everywhere just to feel more safe. The day we left was the final straw though. We checked out at around 10am and didn’t have our flight to catch until 7pm. We had two large suitcases with us and backpacks. Every single hotel I’ve ever stayed at in my ENTIRE life has made accommodations for my luggage after checkout until I’m ready to head to the airport. The employees at the Hotel H-Wood refused to do this, we’re apathetic and truthfully just didn’t give a sh*t about us. They had our money and that’s all they cared about. Shame on you, leaving two young girls in a different city with all of their luggage for 8 hours. I will NEVER stay here again, wouldn’t recommend it to my worst enemy. DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME, MONEY OR ENERGY on this dump of a “hotel”. I’m genuinely surprised they’re even legally allowed to call it that.…
Do not pick this neighbourhood to stay during your visit in Los Angeles. The hotel was ok but overpriced. It was clean, but the rooms had nothing special (dark-colored walls, basic furniture and no wardrobe). The breakfast was so basic, that we didn't even make the effort to wake up until 9.00. We chose the nearby starbucks and Ihop for our breakfast.
Great location very close to walk of fame and it took us under a 1/4 hour to get to Universal Studios Theme Park by car. Some good restaurants in in walking distance. Outside on Sunset Blvd there are a lot of homeless people (a bit of fact of live in Greater LA on this trip so far) but all quite peaceful. We never felt unsafe, also at night walking back from dinner with our two daughters. Staff is very nice, particularly Señor Handyman who seems up and running day and night. He helped us with door key and would guide us us out of the parking. The manager, yes, is a bit moody but helping out if you ask twice. Our kids loved the pool which is not particularly big but clean and serving the purpose. Once the owner decides to get rid of that old carpet, the hotel could notch up considerably if they decided to go for wooden floors. We saw a lot of families with kids. …