Andaz West Hollywood

Address: 8401 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, California, 90069, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 8401 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, is near Sunset Plaza, Comedy Store, Argyle Salon & Spa, and Site of "77 Sunset Strip".
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAndaz West Hollywood

      Reviewed by rileygardner

      "Great Resort"

      Reviewed Sep 8, 2014
      by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

      This holiday has come to an end and I am very happy about the accommodation that I stayed in. The resort was very clean and tidy, comfortable beds and great service. This is a 4 start resort so you would expect it to be good. I would recommend this hotel to anyone that is wanting to stay at Los Angeles.

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

      Reviewed by bjam

      Great Place with a past

      Reviewed Aug 9, 2013
      by (3 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

      Sehr freundlicher Empfang, die Hosts wissen und machen alles für ihre Gäste. Schöne, große Zimmer. Dachterrasse mit Pool und Bar mit wunderbarer Aussicht auf LA. Minuspunkt für das etwas chaotischen Valetparking.

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

      Reviewed by orlaobrien

      Great Hotel

      Reviewed May 19, 2013
      by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Loved the hotel although not very kid friendly!!!

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

      Historical Traveler Reviews Andaz West Hollywood

      Contrary to some reviews...


      I travel frequently and stay in many nice hotels. I had read the reviews of the "Riot House" with some trepidation. I have to say, our stay was excellent. The staff was courteous and helpful, the view great. We requested a room to the rear of the hotel and had a quiet night's sleep. It was not the pinnacle of luxury but well worth the money we paid.

      Party central!


      This hotel is definitely not a family resort. This is a party hotel.

      Unless you're passed out drunk chances are you won't fall asleep. But if that, to you, describes a vacation (like it does for me!) then this place is great! Check out the mechanical bull at the restaurant next door....

      Great Place to Host a Party!


      I found this hotel OK. The design on the carpet was enough to induce vertigo but the staff was great as was the free Internet access above the lobby. I hosted a party attended by 17 people in my standard-sized room and had no complaints. Also, being a vegetarian, there was a cool vegan restaurant right across the street. If you want to increase your chances of getting a good night sleep, request a room NOT facing Sunset Blvd.

      What a let down!


      Don't bother - very shabby. The friendly staff were the only thing going for this hotel.

      I expected too much


      I have always known of the standards behind the name Hyatt. It was unfortunate this property did no keep up to its reputation.

      The lobby and the hotel entrance were kept clean and very nice. The staff was stuffy.

      We were looking forward to taking a quick nap before meeting friend for dinner.

      The bellhop forgot to take our luggage to our room. We had to bring the cart full of luggage up ourselves.

      When we got our room, the beds were undone. I was shocked and called the front desk immediately. They were more concerned about what the system is telling her and insisted that the room is clean and made. She was wasting our naptime!

      Finally, she was willing to give us another room and told me to go back to the front desk and get the key for the new room. NOT! She then told me she was going to meet me outside the new room so she could give us the key. 20 minutes later, we decided to go get the room key ourselves.

      Although the room was clean, the standards were not that of a Hyatt.

      Never got to take a nap!

      Really awful hotel...!!


      Really awful hotel...!!

      Rooms ...shabby awful furniture,carpet so dirty,it made you cringe to put your feet on it!! Bathroom sink cracked. Could only open balcony door ..four they had put a stop on opening them!! Parking a rip off. Also double charged us for the stay ...

      Am still waiting for credit card to be refunded.

      Night...don`t expect much sleep until the clubs turn noisy!!

      Just so bad !!

      Beautiful view from the rooftop pool, but don't plan on sleeping there.


      Friendly and helpful front staff, but housekeeping staff wakes you up promptly at 8 a.m. by knocking on your door. No "Do Not Disturb" signs available.

      "House of Blues" next door and patrons park in the same parking lot as motel. Was quite the happening place even on a Thursday night. Don't plan on getting to bed early or sleeping in here.

      Motel charges $18/night parking. Motel has room service and also one can eat at the restaurant located in the hotel. Other popular restaurants within walking distance.

      Very nice view overlooking the city from the rooftop pool.

      Average in cleanliness. Spots on carpet, but clean bed sheets.

      A long time rock n' roll, Hollywood celebrity made his stay in this West Hollywood motel the same night that I stayed there.

      No complaints


      We booked the room through priceline and got it for $55 a night. Yes you had to pay for parking, but then in most big cities I've found that parking does cost some money. Like the previous reviewer said there is very little alternatives. The pool and view were great, the room clean and big with a view of the hills behind. The staff very helpful and friendly.

      The only problem was they were remodeling and the workout room wasn't available, but they had the pool. They also had free computer access with no charge for the internet. A big bonus in my book!

      I would definately stay there again.

      What a Scam!!


      If you are thinking about staying at the Hyatt hotel on the Sunset Strip, think twice. The rooms are not very luxerious for the price and the service is awful. In addition, they try to scam you for every dollar you have. Parking is 18$ per day and night with no other alternatives in the area. They even tried to double charge per day.

      When I heard the name Hyatt, I thought this is a very trustworthy name that shouts out elegance, well I was disappointed. The worst part is, a friend of mine was sick in the room and they charged me a WHOPPING 300$US CLEAN UP FEES ON MY VISA. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone. Holiday Inn was more luxurious than this place.

      Hyatt on sunset good enough


      Stayed in the Hyatt on Sunset Blvd. 6-09-03. We had a great view, decent service and absolutely no complaints. Saw a couple of celebrities just two doors down at the Katana (wonderful) restaraunt. Skyy bar across the street was great also. Best of all, we booked through priceline for $75 a night.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Andaz West Hollywood

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from West Hollywood

      Day 8 - Home Time

      A travel blog entry by rileygardner on Sep 08, 2014

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      Its home time! I am sad to leave this place but its come to an end. I wake up early to get everything organized and my suitcase packed, making sure I don't forget anything. My flight departs Los Angeles International Airport at 11:45pm on Monday the 8th of September. I have all day and night here so I just had a look around Hollywood for the day …

      Hello LA!

      A travel blog entry by jenandjake on Jan 28, 2014

      2 photos

      ... traffic jams everywhere! Although it was only 5am so I'd be shocks if there was rush hour traffic at this time. Our suitcases were scanned through an environmental scanner before we were allowed to check them in. Similar to the New Zealand airport the Honolulu airport had passport scanning machines which would print your flight boarding passes once you had signed in. I had to ask a staff member what we had to do with the adding bags option, she said we had to add one ...

      Day 31 - Universal Studios

      A travel blog entry by scottiebigtrip on Sep 10, 2013

      16 photos

      ... over for the next showing of Waterworld, which was great and with loads of stunts, especially when during the middle of the show, an explosion happened on a balcony, high up, a puff of smoke, and a 15 foot sea plane launched over the top and into the audience (all part of the show, but wow). All of the cast are actually actors from TV programs and large Universal Films, such as Star Trek and True Blood, CSI etc. We ...

      Day 34

      A travel blog entry by globetrotters09 on May 26, 2009

      4 photos

      Continental breakfast turned out to be small muffins. Hungry, we crossed the street to bank of America where they told us there was no-where in town to change currency and to try the airport in LA!

      We drove the last leg of our journey, via Santa Barbara for fuel. LA freeway was very busy. Pulled off at Wilshire Boulevard and went right. Took wrong turning trying to ...

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