Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles Westside
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Points by Sheraton Los Angeles Westside Culver City
This is a great hotel. Comfy beds good facilities and love the 24 hour check in so you get to stay in the room until your late flight - best thing ever.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles Westside Culver City
This hotel allows pets1
We have stayed at this hotel twice and are fixing to go back - they love pets there and treat you really well - pet fee is a one-time 25 dollar fee.
Hotel Has Most EVERYTHING for a Great Price
I own a home in Culver City that is currently rented out because I live outside of the U.S. I returned briefly in January 2005 to take care of administrative matters, requiring a stay in this hotel for 12 days. Working out of my room, I took advantage of the free wireless broadband connection and turned my room into a temporary office. I was surprised at the overall quality, service and amenities provided at this hotel compared to other hotels in Culver City. Room service, lounge/bar (w/happy hour), restaurant (w/breakfast buffet), gym, business center and free daily newspapers, bottled water and parking allowed me to be very productive during my stay. Front desk staff were very helpful (twice making copies for me and once very promptly delivering a fax to my room). The maid service was great and the maintenance staff were very kind in passing. The only negative was that the ice and soda vending machines were located on every other floor with only one ice machine working and only one soda machine working properly to accept bills at the time. Starwood Preferred Guest points were a bonus. This was a very positive experience for me and I will definitely stay here again.
OK stay with wonderful staff
The staff of the Four Points Sheridan Culver City were the best part of the experience. Very kind and helpful. The free shuttle to the airport was good.
The physical condition of the rooms left much to be
desired. Our first room had a leak through the
ceiling from the bath above and was gross. The second
room was missing it's armchair. It's worth requesting
a room away from the freeway, the noise level is much
better. The beds are double bed size not queen and
are passable. The common rooms are very comfortable
and great places to relax. The bar and restaurant were
pleasant and the food was good quality despite only
passable baked goods. The half off happy hour appetizers were excellent and made a great light dinner. More of a pub atmosphere in the bar and very family friendly. The pool and exercise room were good though we missed a hot tub. It's best recommendation is its convenient location to Holy
Cross Cemetery for funerals. It really needs to be
maintained better for the price. Breakfasts were very fine.
Bed --- versus most four points/sheratons
the rooms are average, but the beds are very tiny and springy/cheapo compared to other four points. If you have the choice stay at the LAX four points. not too far from each other
Pleasantly surprised Worthy of more than 3 stars
We just finished our stay @ FP Sheridan culver city. Our reservations were for 1 wk. which gave us plenty of time to access hotel accomedations. Highly recommend. Cleanliness and housekeeping= *** . Pool good size and kept clean. Hate dirty pools. Hotel is ready for update but is clean and staff very friendly. Would definately stay again next time in culver city. Try to book room on 5th floor or higher. (Pillow top matresses) above 4th floor. very good value for the price....
We recently stayed at this location for one night only but did use the park and fly option and left our car at this location for 2 weeks. Our room was clean, comfortable and more than adequate for our brief stay. The free parking definitely made the price worthwhile. Small downside was that an emblem was stolen off of our vehicle while parked there but this could have happened anywhere at anytime so we can't hold it against the property. Shuttle drivers were very courteous as was the front desk staff. Would not hesitate to visit this location again, especially if I was able to utilize the park and fly option again.
Terrible all the way around!
My family and I stayed here for one night and that was one night too many! The hallways smelled like body odor and the beds were the worst I have ever slept on. Both beds in our room were old and creaky - we could feel the springs in the mattress and turning over resulted in noises loud enough to wake my kids. The food in the restaurant was very bland.
A great hotel
What can one say about a Sheraton, except how nice they are. This hotel is no exception. Located within two blocks of great shopping malls, it is an excellent place to stay. Espcially if you are needing the airport. A free shuttle awaits. The rooms are clean, quite and comfortable. The bathroom very clean. All the amenaties one needs. The staff very nice. Lobby and restaurant great. I highly recommend this hotel
Smelly, Noisy, Loud and kinda nasty
I have stayed at this hotel a couple of times, and will probably try to stay away from now on. The first time I stayed here, it was with my mom about a year or two ago. I don't remember anything to complain about from that trip, but I was 17 then so I probably didnt notice. About two weeks ago I stayed here again for one night. First of all there was a huge high school group here. They were VERY loud and VERY smelly - yes, smelly. I was exausted having come from a 2 day academic conference and was ready to eat, take a shower and have my first full night of sleep in about 3 days. My first room was on the 7th floor and it turned out most of the floor was occupied by the group - they all had their doors propped open and were running from room to room. The elevators were always crammed with these kids and as soon as I stepped out onto my floor, it just REEKED. It smelled SO bad I could not believe it. I soon figured out the smell was eminating from all the high schoool boys rooms who had their doors propped open. It smelled worse than a locker room. I have nothing aginst the kids at all, they were all nice, its just that they should have been put on a seperate floor or something.
Now, Im not really pickey and, yes, im only a couple of years out of high school myself, but when I pay $100 for a quiet room, I dont expect to feel like im staying at a dormatory/locker room. Now the room itself was very worn, VERY small, and very dirty. I was just going to deal with it, but the kids kept running through the hall, and I knew I wasnt goin to get any sleep. It sounded like they were in my room. I asked to get moved, so I got moved to the top floor, 8, at the end. The room was just as small and worn and dirty, but the kids were not running past my door and there was no smell. I was happy to leave the next morning! The whole hotel just feels small and dirty. The hallways are all very small and stuffy. The rooms, again, are VERY small, especially the king rooms. The location is convient to the 405, which is good because you will want to get out ASAP! The area around the hotel, Culver City in general, is pretty nasty. The only redeeming thing about the hotel is the free parking. I am a member of SPG, which was the only reason I stayed here.
TripAdvisor Reviews Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles Westside Culver City
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