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... said I could get on the next one in an hour. This time we sat over in the right side of the track, the sun was really hot but we didn't want to miss another train. We ended up waiting for an hour and a half because the next train was late, we were hungry, crabby, standing in the heat and had to listen to 3 young American douche bags talk really loudly about chicks and how they shave their pubes, one even took his shirt off because he thought he ...
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Woke up this morning at 5am, and I am pretty sure that most of the students stayed up as long as they could the night before. We began the tearful drive to the Sydney International Airport at 6:30am and were dropped off by 7:15am. Everyone had a chance to thank Brett as he unloaded our luggage for the last time. Then Beccah escorted us into the terminal so that we could check in. Our flight was on time, and we had ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Angeleno Los Angeles
I decided to stay at this hotel with other family members when I went to LA for my sisters wedding and it was a big mistake. I walked in to an ultra cool looking lobby. I soon discovered that the staff is even cooler. I arrived at the hotel with very little time before I had to go to a rehearsal dinner, but the desk clerk was on a phone call and did not assist me for several minutes. When he was done he said "Yes???" as if I was annoying him. I was told that I did have a reservation for a non smoking room with a king bed, but all they had left were smoking rooms with double beds. He said that rooms with two usually cost more, but that he would give it to me for the same price. When I informed him that I had to have a nonsmoking room for health reasons he said that that was all they had unless I wanted to upgrade to a suite, but that I would have to pay a lot more. I asked if I could speak to the manager and was told "He is on break and he'll just tell you the same thing." He told me that if the room smelled they would spray it and that it had a balcony so I could open the door. I asked if I would be able to change rooms in the morning and was told that the hotel was sold out and they would not have another room available. He then checked me in and announced my room number as he gave me the key. As I did not want the man in line behind me to know what room I was in I asked for another room and if he would simply write down the room number this time. His reply was "That's the only room we have".
I stayed at this hotel on the 16th of August. Just for one night. I thought the hotel was very nice. Great rooms a little small but, for one night I thought it was great. The bed was very comfy! It is right off the 405 freeway.. I could not hear the traffic at all.. The location was great for me. But, I would recommend a car if you are staying at this hotel. But, I would recommend a car if you visting California anyways! You need a car to get around in Cali.. I live here and there are to many things to see in Cali! I give this hotel a 4 to 5 star rating!! I don't think its a 3 star at all!!! Front desk was great!
I was very hesitant to go to the Angeleno since I normaly only stay in 4 star hotels. I arrived there to be extremely suprised and enjoyed my stay tremendously. The hotel is newly renovated. The bedrooms itself are on the smaller side although the bathrooms were quite large. The service couldnt have been better, from the valet to the manager they couldn't have been more helpful. The pool was nice and clean with a nice small gym off of it. It's centrally located not to far from Hollywood, Beverly Hills and all the beaches. The Angeleno made my first trip to LA a really wonderfull experience!!!
My family from Ohio was on a trip to California for 10 days -- 7 in LA and 3 in SD. Originally, we had our hotel reservation at the Comfort Inn & Suites in Hollywood for all 7 nights we were staying in LA. There was a huge problem at the Comfort Inn (see my review on this hotel!!!!!) and fortunately while we were waiting to check in there I called around and the Hotel Angeleno had rooms for us for all 7 nights. With AAA we received a rate for right at $150.00 a night.
We stayed here a Friday and Saturday night. We checked in late but had called ahead of time to inform them of our late arrival. Once we arrived at our room, it wasn't what we had booked and immediately called to the front desk. We were told they were full for the night but could move us tomorrow. The room we were in was a nice executive room. Awesome beds and LG Plasma TV for a nice touch.
Nice place, we'd go back
We liked getting a brand-new room (newly renovated) for $50 off because they weren't finished renovating the restaurant, pool and gym. We also got free continental breakfast, which was better than average.
We thought it was worth it to upgrade to the executive room. You get a desk and plasma tv, and you are on a higher floor. This cuts down on the traffic noise, which really wasn't bad at all. Mostly came through as "white noise" and didn't wake us up.
Staff was nice. Housekeeping kept trying to get us to move along in the morning so they could clean, but would also ask us if we needed anything special like extra towels etc.
Good central location, and near the Getty (which was great).
I am a sucker for boutique hotels when travelling for non-business. This hotel was recommended to us by an agent. It is hip, newly renovated, and the morning breakfast is great. The plus-side is that the place is new and have a modern & new feel to it.
Knew we were taking a chance since the reservation staff explained they were still under renovation. Got a Saturday night rate of $151 for two doubles, which seemed reasonable for the area.
I did not originally plan to stay at the Hotel Angeleno knowing that they were still renovating parts of the hotel, however my plans changed and I ended up staying there for two nights. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I really enjoyed staying there. As soon as you drive up to the hotel, valet opens your car door, gives you a warm and friendly greeting, then assists you with getting the luggage out of the car. I've traveled many places and have dealt with valet at numerous locations, but the friendly service that they have at this hotel starting the moment you drive up to the hotel is simply exceptional.
Angeleno in the heart of SoCal...
Stayed here for work. This use to be the old spherical Holiday Inn that I would see while driving down the 405 on my way to school in San Diego. Always wondered what it was like inside this weird looking hotel. Now I know.
It's 7am on my last day here and I'm awaken to pounding hammers and the sounds of drills. I understand renovation, but c'mon guys...7 freakin' am!
I also didn't like the fact that there wasn't any self-parking...and oh by the way, overnight valet parking (for guests even) is $18.
On the bright side, the beds were nice.
Where's the nearest Marriott?