Figueroa Hotel

939 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, California, 90015, United States | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $124.00
 

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Waren we de afgelopen dagen in een megastad, treffen wij een hotel wat geen draadloos internet heeft! Zelfs niet in de lobby. Maar goed, het is vandaag volgens mij maandag, we zijn zaterdag niet al te laat vertrokken uit Santa Barbera. Weer de drukke highway op maar nu richting Los Angeles. Al rijdend langs de kust (wat we maar een klein …

The whole trip to LA

A travel blog entry by sarahcarrie

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I've had a fantastic start to my spring break! I feel like I already had a full one in LA, and now I get to go back to Austin and have another one (even if I have to work about 40 hours during the rest of the week). Rather than recount every place we went, everything we did, which I'm tempted to do because I feel like recording my feats of …

The Realities of Travelling

A travel blog entry by paulandmaria

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... have a couple of thousand for flights and insurance and then
have one thousand to spend each month away. Perhaps I watched our
money a little too closely but that's just me and everyone has
different ways of doing things but it means I know how much we had
and now have left so we could and still can spend without worrying,

I'm sure there are more things to think
about and everyone is different so don't take these words as vowels
of truth but like I ...

Day 8

A travel blog entry by poppymack

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... works for and she had very kindly given us free jeans vouchers. Excellent sales lady and really nice jeans. About $100 each so what a bonus! Left Santa Monica and headed to an art Exhibition at the Kohn gallery in West Hollywood. The artist is Mark Ryden and Jason and Kim have a print upstairs of his. It was spectacular. The pictures were stunning, Courtney and I would both like to buy a print, see pictures He is know as the Godfather of pop surrealism. Continuing the cultural theme ...

LA Confidential

A travel blog entry by wendalex

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... roller coasters with 4D Technology - to you thats 360degree 3D cinema and it gives the impression that you are part of the movie. On the King Kong ride, a full size T-Rex looks you straight in the eye and then it sneezes covering you in dinosaur snot. I have never been so terrified. but after the fifth ride, my feint hearted wife could take no more and chundered upon leaving the Simpsons ride!! I went on the Jurassic park ride and the Mummy ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown/Wilshire area of Los Angeles, is near Staples Center, Nokia Theatre, Macy's Plaza, and Grand Hope Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsFigueroa Hotel Los Angeles

    Reviewed by robbetravel

    Donker hotel

    Reviewed Jul 7, 2013
    by (11 reviews) Maldegem , Belgium Flag of Belgium

    Op de eerste indruk donker maar mooi hotel unieke sfeer

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by famjansen

    Lovely scenery!

    Reviewed Jul 24, 2012
    by (4 reviews) Middelburg , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

    Small and old rooms but hotel is very nicely decorated!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Figueroa Hotel Los Angeles

    Hated it!

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    Stayed here during US Figure Skating Championships. Staff is indifferent, rooms are really dark, and the place is way overpriced.

    The toilet was a public restroom toilet--noisy with the the funky flushing mechanism, etc. I spent most of the week wishing I'd booked in the Days Inn nearby! In general, the entire neighborhood is pretty skanky in the evenings, with limited restaurants and a ton of traffic.

    People, this is Los Angeles.... read on.

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    First of all, in regards to the hotel:The bar is a great alternative to the fake plastic people of the Standard Downtown hotel on 6th. The hotel itself is decent and for the price you are paying you pretty much get what you pay for. Perhaps this is not your first time coming to Los Angeles, so read on...About Los Angeles (really really really brief, because I could write a book on it):This is the city that has shaped and defined nearly every concept of 'urban' culture in recent times (it started in the 40's, now especially prominent since the 80's). If you can live in Los Angeles, you can live in ANY city in the world. Period.

    Figueroa is a dump !

    from

    Dark decor worsened by inadequate lighting, but of course has advantage of not showing up too many of rooms short comings. Poor quality room locks add to unease. Guest elevator poorly maintained. Manager who cares nothing for his paying patrons. Worse hotel ever stayed in, in USA. Give this place a miss !

    Worst service I have ever experienced!

    from

    The manager was very rude and unhelpful. I requested a copy of the receipt that had a check-out date recorded and he would not give me one. I thought this was a bit fishy. I had checked out a day early and wanted to verify that I would be charged for the correct number of nights, but he insisted that he would not give me a record of my actual check out date. He has no concept of customer service and I would never recommend staying there. The rooms are small, do not have a real bathroom, and no windows.

    Horrible!

    from

    This place is in a horrible area of Los Angeles, I was afraid to walk out of the hotel by myself and especially at night. The rooms were not worth what I paid and the customer service was also bad. I do not recommend anyone to ever stay there.

    Hotel Figeroa is an oasis in the city

    from

    To appreciate the Hotel Figueroa you should know hotels and know LA.

    For the price, one should not expect a luxury hotel. It is the best imaginable in the tourist hotel category. The staff is warm, including the manager. The colors are remarkable, and the ecclectic decor is appealing. The guests here are having a nice time and reach out to each other. The food in the cafe is easy, cheap and decent. It is a one-of-a-kind hotel. There is nothing wrong with the neighborhood, it's next to the Staples center and purely business district going up the street

    Ouch!

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    I was scared to get out of the cab! This is not the best part of LA and is certainly quaint. I felt like I was in a third world middle class hotel. Ok, if you expect that - not if you don't. The management was friendly and the pool was nice. But the rooms are something else....I would not recommend this hotel to anyone expecting comfort. View was terrible. Some rooms have NO tubs - just open showers. Cracked, cement walls painted - I could go on and on, but I was surely disappointed, especially for the amount of money we paid for a room! ($99.). Down the street are safer hotels. I did not feel safe there, believe me. The lobby was dimly lit. It rained the whole time we were there. I won't return.

    Beyond dreadful

    from

    We paid for a two room suite at this property. The primary room was tacky but useable. The second room faced a major street and HUGE street lamp and there were no windowcoverings so the guest in that room left in the middle of the nite. The manager considers this part of the "charm" of the property. The bathroom was old, carpet stained, and towels badly warn. There is not enough light in the main room to see the keys on the remote control, let alone read a book (again part of the charm according the manamement). What should be an exotic and interesting hotel is reuined by a complete lack of understanding of the basic need of a hotel room.

    If the world were to end today, Figueroa would make you pay!

    from

    Not only is the general manager the most rude man I have encountered, the service itself is below standard. There was a bomb threat a block from the hotel and it was closed off for over an hour and a half., we couldn't get to the hotel we were uncomfortable to even go back to the hotel let alone stay in the area, and the manager stated that because the bomb threat wasn't "his" particular hotel, that he would not comp the rooms for us to leave. We left anyway because our safety meant more to us, but obviously not to anyone at this hotel. With this day and age, and the threat of terror, if multi-million dollar airlines are willing to make sure we feel safe and comfortable and comp or atleast let us use the tickets for another day, why is it that this High Class, LOW SERVICE hotel won't?!

    Hotel Figueroa Los Angeles

    from

    This hotel is in downtown Los Angeles, not Hollywood as listed on your website. Regardless, this is a great place to stay. Very close to the L.A. Convention Center and Staples Arena, it is very different from your standard American business hotel. It has traditional Mexican style inside a 1920's industrial era building. The pool and bar are colorful and relaxing. Great food is available at The Pantry (24 hours!) 1/2 block down the street.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Figueroa Hotel Los Angeles

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good