BEST WESTERN Royal Palace Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Royal Palace Inn & Suites Los Angeles
Best Western Royal Palace Inn and Suites is a good value 3-star type of hotel. We stayed for 4 nights, and our room was spacious with a comfortable bed. Internet access is included (up to 3 devices as far as we could tell) as is continental breakfast. The breakfast is basic but does include pancakes, boiled eggs, fruit and a selection of bread and pastries along with juice tea and coffee. The hotel offer valet parking for free and the team running the valet stand was very friendly and efficient, and managed the parking during our stay without any incidents. Parking is also possible on the street, but space is limited. There are a few restaurants within walking distance, about two blocks away, but the area can seem rough at night (although we never had any issues during our stay). From a location perspective, this property is in a great location for exploring the wider LA area; 30 min or so away from Santa Monica and Venice, about the same for the Farmers Market and Melrose area, and quick access to San Diego freeway.
Pricewise it offers great value and we would stay here again. Recommended.
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