BLVD Hotel & Suites

Address: 2010 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, California, 90068-3239, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles, is near Kodak Theater, The Magic Castle, Egyptian Theatre, and Hollywood Heritage Museum.
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          • Outdoor pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Refrigerator in room
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Microwave in room
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Multilingual staff
          • Concierge desk
          • Business Services

          Historical Traveler Reviews BLVD Hotel & Suites Los Angeles

          Convenient, Close and Reasonable


          I found the Comfort Inn & Suites to be clean and affordable. The location was central to everything Hollywood Boulevard had to offer. We could walk to most sites including Hollywood and Highland and it was central to routes to Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Burbank. We had queen size rooms and my only complaint was that the mattress was too hard. The staff was friendly and the rooms were clean. We would stay again.

          Clean and convenient.


          We were close to a lot of attractions. Just a couple of blocks from Hollywood and Sunset Blvd. Only about 5 minutes from Universal. It was quiet and clean.

          Needs improvement on parking. Spaces are limited. They did check to make sure I was a registered guest before I could park.

          Close to attractions


          Pleasently surprised with the rooms. Spacious and clean. Location is walking distance to several attractions. If not used to, area may appear rough, but we found it safe. Hotel Manager is very informational and above all, free parking and a continental breakfast makes it a great choice.

          "Comfy" rooms


          I was very pleased with the room. It was really quite huge, more like a suite, with nice decor, and a comfortable bed. Parking is pretty limited, but they will valet your car when the lot is full. Good location too, just a few blocks from the Hollywood/Highland complex.

          Several of my friends stayed at the Holiday Inn and Best Western (both located across the street) and among all, I was the one with the best hotel stay. Plus, the continental breakfast is a nice option. Will stay there again.

          Bad management, stay somewhere else


          The people who deal with you over the phone are very abrupt and rude. I would not suggest staying at this hotel if you have to make arrangements for a big party (i.e. wedding guests or other big groups... they do not aim to please)

          Friendly MGR


          Location is OK, still can walk to the Hollywood Blvd. Price is good.

          Hotel manager(?) was very friendly and gave my wife an eyewash when she has a trouble with her eye. If you are looking for a reasonable price hotel, this is one of them.

          Great Hotel, OK Location


          This is a very nice hotel. I was shocked when I saw the room...beautiful and large. However, the neighborhood around it is not so great and negotiating your car out of the parking lot onto Highland is not easy, especially if you are heading toward Hollywood Walk of Fame. I live in the city of Chicago and wouldn't consider walking the five blocks to Chinese Theater area. Only the naive would do it. Great place to stay if you want to drive your car to the tourist area on Hollywood and pay $5 to park. You do not want to be walking to the hotel late at night. Hollywood Walk of Fame is a very dicey area with people looking out for unsuspecting tourists all the time. Be careful.

          Take this advice from a young guy who is not usually suspicious in the "bad" parts of town. There is so much more to Los Angeles than Hollywood Boulevard. Shop around for better deals.

          Very pleased with this hotel; a well-run establishment


          Stayed 4 nights in Sep 2003; found the staff to be permanently pleasant and helpful, the rooms were kept clean and well housekept, and the location of the hotel is ideal for the Hollywood Bowl, and other attractions. The high standard of the hotel set against their keen pricing makes this place an absolute bargain, in my view.

          Will certainly be paying them a return visit in future.

          Great Stay at Hollywood Comfort Inn


          We just returned from our vacation to Hollywood/Los Angeles, CA. The Hollywood Comfort Inn & Suites was a great find for us. I would highly recommend it to anyone going to the Hollywood area. The staff was very friendly and always willing to help with directions, etc... The price was the main reason we stayed there but we found it to be an excellent choice. The rooms were very clean. It was only a few blocks from the Hollywood attractions of the Kodak Theater and Hollywood Bowl. It was 30 min. from Anaheim-Disneyland. It was an excellent find!

          Thank you Comfort Inn Highland


          We stayed here after booking into another hotel. We were very pleased with the service and recommend this hotel to everyone travelling to hollywood. It is close to all attractions and has everything you need for a holiday.

          Thank you Comfort Inn and Suites - Highland Ave

          TripAdvisor Reviews BLVD Hotel & Suites Los Angeles

          3.00 of 5 stars Good

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