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TravelPod Member ReviewsHollywood Historic Hotel Los Angeles
Throughout our stay, there was plenty of parking - I'm already impressed. Lots a little like the tower of terror - old time pictures, fake plats - my daughter thought it was haunted. The elevator is the smallest one I've ever been in - really cool! 2x2 elevator that barely fit us and 2 bags - something to remember. Our room was good, smelled nice - and was a great place to sleep - what more do you want!
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