Comfort Inn Near Universal Studios Hollywood
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Near Universal Studios Hollywood Los Angeles
This hotel was safe, clean and mostly well-located.
Maintenance was OBVIOUSLY an issue. Front desk staff was not helpful ("Oh, The luggage cart might be on another floor...you can go look for it)
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