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Same ol' thing.
Except Lena brought us a little present from Washington, her cold! Now we are sick and drinking lots of hot tea. and its weird being sick because its not even winter here. Its so sunny and warm, its easy to go out over dressed thinking hey its January.
We miss Lena!!!!!
Its not the same without you Lena, come home!!! Your brothers want you back too!
We are growing some plants; garlic, basil, ...
... a real nice person, Alberto was good friends with her, but it was real hard not to just stare!! After lunch we drove down Rodeo Dve past all the fancy shops & Pretty Woman filming locations. Then onward to Santa Monica Blvd & Venice Beach. We had free time to wander at Venice & I think of all the places we visited in the States this is the one place I wouldn't like to walk by myself at night! Pretty grotty sort of place & some freaks wondering about. ...
... newsagent?! Where are the gates? Signage is very poor until eventually we find it 'all gates ➡️'. It leads us to a dead end or what looked like an entrance. To say this is one of the biggest airports in the world the signage is diabolical. We walk aimlessly awaiting to see anyone who looks lost until a security guy spots us. "You need to take the elevator upstairs". Where in the whole of the airport did it say that??? We get in the lift with a man who is just as lost ...
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Non smoking hotel!
I didn't realize this was a non-smoking hotel! this was excellent! We will definitely come back!
Best Hotel in the area! Great service, clean, accomodating!
We stayed at another hotel locally and was incredibly disappointed! We had to move because the other hotel was scary and disgusting. It was a travel lodge that charged us $140.00 for the night. We were very pleased at the lower rate of this hotel, ($99.00) the location and the friendly service. We asked lots of questions about where to go to get the best beach! The fact that the hotel was clean and beautifully decorated as you would expect a Best Western to be was a bonus! I had a great experience with the staff that checked me in early because I was tired after traveling for a long time (we checked in 3 hours early, to a clean, comfortable bed!).
The fact that the manager of this hotel allowed a homeless person entry to my vehicle while we were on their park and cruise package by leaving it unlocked was bad enough. But when he tried to cover it up by not telling us and by his rudeness, I decided it was time to turn to corporate. They were at least sympathetic the first two times I spoke with them (Caitilin and Nancy), but Mary was beyond the pale saying that Corporate washed their hands of the whole mess. It was my job to go back to the useless manager who had been so rude and unhelpful in the first place. he even kept 2 of our suitcases and would not have returned them to us had we not noticed something was wrong when we got back to the car. I believe all the bad reviews that have been written here. We most certainly will NOT be staying at ANY best western (capitals omitted on purpose) again, Ever!
I was shocked when I arrived at Best Western at Long Beach (PCH). My reservation for a single room had been cancelled, because the (my one and only) credit card I used for the reservation had to be replaced because of some fraudent charges on it. I had called on the morning of arrival to make sure everything was okay, and the desk clerk said it was. So I figured it would be fine until I arrive at the hotel.
We noticed at once that the manager at Best Western of Long Beach had an attitude of unresponsive superiority. He treated all his registering guests, and our party too, with cold contempt from the get-go -- as if he saw his guests as his inferiors or his enemies. He was rude, smug and intimidating, especially hostile when speaking with women, myself included, though I was utterly polite and courteous to him.
We just had the most incredible expirience at the Best Western Long Beach (not the Airport loaction).
I had a nightmare experience at this hotel, do not stay there!!!
Best Western aka Worst Western or any other direction
I wished I would have visited this site before I stayed here. I would have xcld the reservation based on the previous review.
The $50.00 depost is bizarre and worse of all, true.
Even more infuriating is the condescending attitude of the front desk.
I would rather spend the night anywhere but here and will not be staying at any Best Western ever again.
We recently stayed at this hotel. The internet information shows that this is a new hotel. It is obvious on the outside it is not a new hotel. The area of town it is in is not safe.... When checking in to the hotel there is a separate piece of paper that you are required to sign. They hold $50 on your credit/debit card til you checkout in the event that there is any damage to the room or if you smoke in the non-smoking room. I was surprised by the $50 deposit paperwork. When questioning the clerk at the front desk on this he was not cordial at all and said that "all" hotels do this. When checking into our room just past our front door on the maroon carpet there was a big stain. We made sure we called down to the front desk to make sure they were aware of this stain. The clerk told us he was not sure if it had been documented or not. When we checked out the following morning we again discussed to the front desk personnel about the stain, so that we would not be charged the $50 deposit - per the paperwork we had signed. No one at the front desk looked like they knew about the stain or seemed to care. But, they sure are insistent on the signed paperwork! We've had prior not so good experiences at another Best Western hotel in Farmington, NM October 2003. So, I doubt we will stay at another Best Western. Look at your other options to stay in the Long Beach area before choosing this Best Western.
Clean -- Nice
I stay here occasionally while visiting relatives in area..very clean, great, friendly staff, well maintained hotel with decent rooms and good free continental breakfast...close to downtown and beach..not walking distance but close..many buses and metrolink trains close but it is in bad area of town...do not walk off premises after dark....