I had a great stay here. Staff were friendly and welcoming.
It was in my budget which wasn't great, the location was pretty good.
Considering my agenda took in everything from Culver city to Korea town. in a city this big nowhere is near to everything.
The room was spacious, clean, cool and quiet, just the sounds of chirping sparrows.
Which in the madness of LA was very copacetic.
The room had free wifi, which worked easily and straight away, air conditioning, fans, a kitchen, bathroom and sort of study area. A clean and functional just a little basic.
Shower was good with plenty of hot and cold whenever I wanted it. This hotel is an individual, a beautiful old movie star of a place, slightly faded in places, perhaps a little past its glory days but with a great history, (I think it featured in Chaplin era movies) and still full of heart. I felt safe and welcome throughout.
It has an off beat shabby chic charm. Don't expect a bland chain experience, don't expect it to be something it isn't, but if you like to stay somewhere with a bit of personality and an arty, bohemian charm right between Downtown and West Hollywood on a bit of a budget then this place is for you.
I'd go back and stay again if I go to LA.More