Comfort Inn - Los Angeles / West Sunset Blvd.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn - Los Angeles / West Sunset Blvd.
This was our second stay at this motel within the past year, and still highly reccommend this facility. It is well maintained, friendly staff, wonderful breakfast. It is one of the finer Comfort Inns we have stayed at, and we have had accomodations at many Comfort Inn in the USA. The location should not bother you, as it is well secured as far as we were concerned. We will stay there again if the opportunity comes up.
Not Quite As Good As I Hoped
Well, after reading largely positive reviews of this hotel, I decided to stay here. It was perfectly fine for one quick overnight, but I would not want to stay here longer. The hotel has a tired, worn out sort of look. The carpets have stains. It was definitely not up to par with most Comfort Inns. It seemed mostly clean. The secured underground parking was nice and well-lit. They had security camaras everywhere. I must admit that going up to a front desk that was entirely behind glass and seeing camaras and locked gates did not give me a good feeling about the neighborhood, but at least they are taking precautions. The hotel was reasonably priced. If you need a place to check in late and check out early and not hang out in the neighborhood, this might be your place.
Excellent value. Short drive to Convention Center on local streets. Room well furnished & comfortable. Internet in my room worked well with cable (bring one) but wireless signal was weak. Staff very helpful. I had trouble using map from rental car agency; better to print a local map & directions on-line before leaving home. Neighborhood seemed safe.
Good value for the price
Stayed here on 6 April for 3 nights. We found it very clean and well equiped. The rooms were a good size and had a massive bed!! We would agree with one of the other reviewers that the sound proofing was not so good, we could here people coming in late at night, chatting, coughing and walking around but only for a short time, we were so worn out we went back to sleep and they must have been just as tired as the noise only lasted a couple of minutes!
There was a very strange vibrating noise one morning which stopped when we stood on a certain place on the floor, we thought it may be a shower and would stop but it went on and on , we called reception and needless to say it stopped when they came to see!! The guy on the desk said to let him know if it happened again and he would gladly find us another room. Really nice friendly staff.
We didnt use the breakfast facilities but they looked great. We preferred to go further west and stop at a Dennys or similiar en route somewhere. There were plenty of places around and the hotel was a fairly good location, quite easy to find and easy access to other main places of interest. You obviously need a car here and the car park was very handy , secure and safe . Definetly recommend this place.
Spic and span
We have been lucky again.This time a hotel with extremely high standards of cleanliness,a brilliant breakfast selection , and well equipped rooms.The information on display , and helpful additional comments have assisted greatly our enjoyment of the holiday experience.
This Comfort Inn ,situated on Sunset Boulevard is also close to just about everything we have wanted to see and do in LA, very central to Hollywood , the City , the Staples Centre , and Universal.
Overall a very well run hotel with high standards , and a safe and secure enviroment
Great place to stay!
We stayed here with a group of 33 people for a night while visiting downtown LA area. I was a bit worried about the area when booking it, but it turned out to be great. Very clean, nice hotel. The breakfast offered many options (waffles, cereal, bagels, fruit, pastries, juice, tea, coffee, etc). The rooms were nice and roomy, well decorated and clean. Highly recommend this hotel!
Ich habe hier zweimal übernachtet - einmal in Raum 203 und dann in #305. Trotz der Tatsache, dass wir Raucherzimmer gebucht hatten, roch keines der beiden Zimmer nach Rauch. Sehr sauber und geräumig, eine private Garage unterhalb des Hotels, die man nur nach Einschieben der Zimmerkarte erreichen konnte. HIerzu aber noch eines: der Automat, in den man diese Karte schiebt, befindet sich auf der linken Fahrspur, wenn also ein Wagen aus der Garage kommt, dann ist man so ziemlich gelackt. Der Winkel ist auch so ungünstig, dass ich das Einparken meinem Mann überlassen habe und selbst der hat bei der Einfahrt in die Garage und dem Herumgehampel mit dem Automaten mehr als einmal geflucht). Auf dem Zimmer selbst befinden sich Mikrowelle, Kühlschrank, Bügelbrett/Bügeleisen - und wie bereits erwaehnt: sauber und gepflegt. Hier habe ich auch zum ersten Mal ohne Badeschlappen geduscht und der 'Sockentest' fiel auch positiv aus. Der Wasserdruck war prima, Ein- und Auschecken gingen sehr zügig vonstatten und das kostenlose Frühstück war auch ok. Man kann sich selbst Kaffee, O-Saft, Milch nehmen (letztere sogar gekühlt), es gibt Muffins, Bagles, einen Toaster, und auch frisches Obst. Das Hotel ist etwas weit 'vom Schuss' aber das kann man über so ziemlich jedes Hotel in Los Angeles sagen. Die Adresse 'Sunset Blvd.' sagt einem nicht wirklich viel da sich der Sunset Blvd. von der Innenstadt bis fast an die Küste zieht und so sollte man sich vorher die nächstgrößere Querstraße (die ich leider vergessen habe) merken. Die Gegend schien mir nicht unsicher zu sein aber ich bin der Meinung, dass das Hotel eher in der Silver Lake Gegend anzuordnen wäre.
Incl. Steuern haben wir pro Nacht 76 Dollar bezahlt und wir würden jederzeit wieder eine Nacht hier verbringen.
Ideal place to stay when visiting Los Angeles
Every time I visit LA, I stay at this Comfort Inn. It's nothing fancy but it has everything I want: good location, low rates, comfortable, and free on-site self-parking. Renting a car is pretty much a requirement in this city and I can't stand how hotels insist on charging ridiculous fees for parking.
The room is clean, nothing fancy, but fairly roomy. A good selection of TV channels is available and the bathroom is average. The hallways reek of bleach sometimes, but I guess that's probably a good sign.
The front desk employees are very laidback, if not a tad apathetic. The free breakfast is meager but there's plenty of options nearby, especially west on Sunset Blvd.
The self-parking garage is underneath the hotel, accessible via side street with the roomkey. The car is registered at check-in so they know who is legally parked there.
Overall, it's a reliable property.
It is okay hotel..
This hotel is location is not great but it is an easy and short 10-15 minutes from downtown L.A.
The hotel provides free high speed internet connection, the front desk will give you the user name and password if you ask for it. Don't forget to bring your ethernet cable. There are security cameras and secure parking below the hotel with automatic gate (closes at 8 PM).
The hotel is fairly new but my main complain is relates to the acoustic of the room. Tthe walls are not very good sound barrier. In the middle of the night and early morning I can hear snoring and groans while the Air Cond. unit is off. It does help a bit when the A.C. unit is on which mask some of the noise. The traffic noise on Sunset Blvd can also be heard but it was not as bothersome.
Clean, fairly new, near downtown
We stayed at this hotel 3 days in July, 2003. The neighborhood is not the best at night, but it's perfectly safe during daylight. When you return at night, it has a secured parking and entrance area for after 6 p.m. The location is very convenient. 5 miles to Hollywood, 3 to downtown. The staff was very courteous. We checked out to go to San Diego and then set ourselves up near LAX. We missed this small hotel almost immediately. I would definitely stay there again
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn - Los Angeles / West Sunset Blvd.
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