Hampton Inn Los Angeles/West Covina
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Los Angeles/West Covina
Travel Blogs from West Covina
All holidays come to an end and this is ours. It is a long day. We fly from Los Angeles to Newark and then connect to a flight to Manchester. Ethan is sick in the toilet at the front and it has to be closed down. This is the toilet which is normally blocked off by trolleys to allow the pilot to nip out but obviously the pilot now has to walk down half the plane. This causes one of the passengers ...
... themed town that originally served as a railroad camp
back in 1887. The town sits in Soledad Canyon and has a population of 7,500+. There is a 2-3 block area that is “town”. There is a post office, 2 grocery stores, a bank, a few restaurants, a hardware store, a veterinarian, nursery, feed store and a few other typical small businesses.
There are a few historical buildings ...
January 29, 2015: We had been preparing and planning for months what was essentially the continuation of our big trip around the U.S. (with a two-year layover in Vegas!). The time had come to leave and begin/resume the journey, but wait. It would not be that easy...
Our driveway in the second Vegas house was super-steep. So much so, that we couldn't just connect our trailer to the car as you would normally, we had to back the trailer down the driveway by resting it against ...
Today, went to Universal Studios, that was a big mistake, the rest of California went as well, it was ridiculous, you could hardly move, we had to line up for an hour to go on the studio tour. It was interesting, it takes you through the film sets and show you how they do the special effects and scenes. You will see in the photos the cities ...
... another fabulous trip to Hawaii is now complete. Oahu still remains my favorite island despite experiencing the great natural beauty of the Hilo/Volcano side of the Big Island. While I thought it was really neat staying in the volcano, it’s a little isolated for my taste for a long term vacation. I prefer to be in the middle of everything and not have to drive at night on narrow, unfamiliar, un-lit roads. I love Oahu (specifically Waikiki) for it’s convenience ...