InterContinental Los Angeles Century City

Address: 2151 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, California, 90067, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Westside area of Los Angeles, is near Rodeo Drive, Century City Shopping Center and Marketplace, Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance, and Rancho Park Golf Club.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Los Angeles Century City

    Reviewed by jmbaldwin

    Lovely hotel, great people.

    Reviewed May 5, 2012
    by (9 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Wonderful corner balcony suite overlooking Fox Studios and the distant hills.
    Staff were very nice at the time.
    Although they do have a free town car service for short trips, unfortunately it only takes you as far as Rodeo Drive.
    Out door service is a bit hit and miss...make sure that they really know that you are out there.
    Easy walk to Century City.

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

    Reviewed by paulreon

    Top spot to stay in LA

    Reviewed May 8, 2011
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Highly recommended. Easy walk to Century City or if you so inclined try the Hotels complimentary Limo service. Eat at their own resturaunt - excellent meals and service. Executive Suites spacious, clean and comfortable.

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews InterContinental Los Angeles Century City

    Hotel und Service wundervoll

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    Meine Schwester und ich waren gerade in LA und unserer Meinung nach ist das InterContinental ein erstklassiges Hotel. Die vier Übernachtungen dort hätten nicht besser sein können. Vom Ein- bis zum Auschecken war der Service dort spitze. Unser Zimmer war geräumig und sehr gut ausgestattet. Es befand sich im 7. Stock und die Aussicht vom Balkon war wunderschön. Ich kann das Hotel für den Service, die schönen Zimmer und die praktische Lage sehr empfehlen. Vielen Dank auch an die "Einparker", die sehr effizient gearbeitet haben und immer freundlich waren.

    Ein wundervolles Luxushotel

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    Dieses Hotel (was früher The Park Hyatt hieß) ist eines der besseren Hotels in Los Angeles und war bis vor ein paar Wochen noch eines der best gehütetsten Geheimnisse der Stadt. Die Zimmer sind meiner Meinung nach auf einem Niveau mit Zimmern im Four Seasons oder Ritz Carlton. Man kann Zimmer auch online buchen und die Preise sind viel günstiger als die, die man in einem Reisebüro gesagt bekommt. Ein Standard-Doppelzimmer, das normalerweise um die 400$ kostet, war online für 295$ zu haben. Wenn ich das nächste Mal in LA bin, werde ich wieder hier absteigen.

    Hidden Gem In Los Angeles

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    My husband and I loved the old Park Hyatt and we were worried that the IC would not be able to keep up the level of service.

    We were so happy to find that the level of service was outstanding and maybe even better than the Park Hyatt.

    We were scheduled for a romantic evening and as we were walking in the door, my cell rang and it was my mother.my daughter needed to go to the ER. She had a broken arm.

    Hours later, we brought her back to the hotel w/ us and the staff was wonderful to her...............I think if they had lollypops they would have given her one!

    The room was a large room w/ an alcove for an extra TV and work area. The sheets were soft, the morning B-fast service was beautiful. The room was very clean...........The bathroom great.

    I had a small situation w/ someone in the spa, but Kathy in the EX. Office FIXED Everything!

    I would go back in a minute!

    Another great stay

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    My girlfriend and I went back to LA for our second holiday and choose the Park Hyatt, now a part of InterContinental. We also stayed there in 2004.

    The location of the hotel is incredible as it is very close to Beverly Hills and Rodeo Drive and within a 15/20-minute drive from LAX, Santa Monica, Hollywood or downtown. It is also within walking distance of the Westfield Century City shopping center which has exclusive shops, a supermarket and a movie theatre.

    We stayed in a standard room on the 16th floor and the room itself was spacious, clean, quiet, comfortable and had a great view overlooking Beverly Hills and even downtown from the balcony. Compared to the room we stayed in two years back, it appears that this room was a little "tired" and in need of some remodeling. Hotel and restaurant staff were always friendly and service was good. However, breakfast or dining at the hotel restaurant can be pricey. Valet was promptly but costs $ 25,-/night.

    It was a nice stay and if we'll be back in LA, we will stay again.

    Excellent service, 'cold' location

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    It's a quiet and clean hotel, with decent rooms, in a weird location (lot's of offices). However, it's close to Beverly Hills. Had the best breakfast in a while; the staff is extremely helpful and patient.

    Very cute bartender (but that's not part of the review!).

    Wonderful Hotel and Service

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    My sister and I just returned from LA and we found the InterContinental to be a top notch hotel. Our 4 night stay could not have been better. The service was superior from check-in to check-out. We found our room to be spacious and very well appointed. Our room was on the 7th floor and the views from the balcony were just beautiful. I would highly recommend this hotel for it's service, fine rooms and convenient location. A special thank you to the Valets, they were efficent and always friendly.

    Hyatt retro-grade

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    Stayed here when it was a Park Hyatt. My wife and I had a great time. We were upgraded to a suite, had free use of the hotel Limo (is that standard?) and saw a side of LA that really surprised me.

    The hotel room was not he plushest but considering how cheap this place was, you couldn't complain. The breakfast was delicious coupled wih coffee that puts a couple of places in Rome to shame.

    I hope that interconti don't wreck this place. I say this as a customer who has suffered at the hands of this much vaunted group. They completely killed "customer service" when they took over management at the Hong Kong Regent .

    We love the states and now we love LA too!

    Amazing

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    Loved my stay. Hotel was beautiful. I will stay here again!

    Nice Place

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    Quite a grand place but they really have hiked the rates since it switched from Park Hyatt to InterContinental. I will return when it costs less.

    There is one restaurant and the food is very good. The staff is superior.

    A Wonderful Luxury Hotel

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    One of the better hotels in Los Angeles, this hotel (which was The Park Hyatt) until a few weeks ago is one of the best kept secrets in the city. Rooms here (in my opinion) are just as nice as The Four Seasons or Ritz-Carlton, and the hotel can also be booked online for a much lower rate than quoted by the sales agents. A standard king which was normally around $400+ a night, was online for like $295. I will stay here next time I visit LA.

    TripAdvisor Reviews InterContinental Los Angeles Century City

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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