Quality Inn & Suites Hermosa Beach

Address: 901 Aviation Boulevard, Hermosa Beach, California, 90254, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 901 Aviation Boulevard, Hermosa Beach, is near Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach Pier, Manhattan Beach Pier, and Redondo State Beach.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Hermosa Beach

    Decent hotel

    from

    We stayed for 2 nights in March, and found the hotel to be quite good. The rooms are a decent sized, well equipped and clean. The hotel is not too far from Hermosa beach and made a good base for exploring the Manhatten, Hermosa and Redondo beaches. Breakfast is adequate, a small selection of bagels, danish etc and has a waffle maker. Not too far from LAX also, making this quite a good stop over point when you arrive in LA. Room rates were not too bad.

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    Average, Average, Average

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    This is an average hotel...don't see how it could merit an above-average, but the price was right. Staff was uninterested, but no real problems. There are, of course, many better places to stay in the L.A. area, but if cost is a concern and the location works for you...

    Once again, thank you for your feedback, and we look forward to welcoming you back.

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    Managment

    What???

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    You people are kidding, right? This is NOT an Above Average hotel. I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights because of the reviews on this site and I was extraordinarily disappointed. This place is nothing more than a simple motor inn, like a Motel 6 or that hotel in Psycho, but it has a Radisson price tag. Give me a break. I drove past this place because my brain told me the address had to be wrong. I reluctantly returned and checked-in. There was another man on biz who apparently got suckered because we stood at the desk dumbfounded. If my stay was not pre-paid under Expedia, I would have walked. I could spend hours on this message, but I won't.

    By the way, I checked out a day early and left town although my itinerary carried me well into the night. Get this - I'd rather fly red-eye than to sleep here. If you're spoiled by the creature comforts of a decent hotel (like a room w/o paper thin walls, scum in the tub, dirty carpets and walls, traffic noise, problematic appliances), then stay away.

    On the plus side, the rooms are big with wonderful "extras" such as a separate seating area, desk, fridge, safe, and (hooray) bath robes. I didn't use any of these "extras." You can find out why at your own risk. Enjoy.

    Managment

    Good Value, Large Rooms

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    We stayed 2 nights, 22 thru 23 December, whilst on our vacation to California. After reading reviews on this site, we decided to use it as a temporary base, not wanting to be in downtown LA, in the LAX area or the expensive (and variable) Hollywood area. This way we had a pleasant Large Room at a fraction of the price of elsewhere, and no homeless bums bothering us.

    We had a large 2Q bedded room at the front of the building, so unfortunatley there was some road traffic. Unfortunately the first room we checked into at the rear of the building (which was even bigger) had no window pane so it was rather chilly on the winters evening - we never found out how/why the window pain was missing but had some fun imagining how a previous guest took it with them (?). The Front desk quickly apologised and moved us to another room.

    The complementary breakfast was very popular with a full choice of pastries, toast, fruit, youghurts and especially the Waffle maker. On a warm day, you can use the attached sun terrace to have a gorgeous outdoor breakfast with views of the bay. However on a cold December morning, the lack of a fully enclosed room caused a rather chilly experience.

    We spent one day braving the LA freewayt system to "do" Hollywood & Universal, and another to visist the near by Beach and Pier. Road connections, Resturants and are shops are all very close.

    Once again, thank you for your feedback, and we look forward to welcoming you back.

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    Management

    This hotel was great!

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    I stayed at this hotel for 4 nights week of Nov 13, 2004 and had a great room. The room was large, king bed and very clean (go to Target though and buy a softer pillow for 4.99 as the pillows leave alot to be desired). The bathroom was great also w/a large tub, very clean. The parking is perfect, underground, and ample, safe parking. This hotel is close to Whole Foods, Target, and many restaurants and close to the ocean.

    Got this hotel on priceline w/ a bid of 43.00/night (bid on a 2 star hotel in Manhattan Beach/Redondo Beach areas). Also had a small fridge in the room at no extra cost. The free breakfast left some room for inprovement (danish, coffee, can make your own waffles, and a free paper at breakfast). Overall I will most definitely stay here again. Great location just minutes away from LAX!

    Once again, thank you for your feedback, and we look forward to welcoming you back.

    Regards,

    Management

    Nice clean hotel

    from

    Spent 3 nights here at the start of our tour. Nice clean pleasant hotel. Room good size and air con works. Good base to see LA from. Decent walk to beach, pier and pedestrianised area.

    Once again, thank you for your feedback, and we look forward to welcoming you back.

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    Management

    Great Location, Great Deal for LA

    from

    Just spent 3 nights at this hotel and found the rooms very large and comfortable, beds were actually really nice quality. Had a couch and desk area too, even a small sliding door balcony. (ask for a room on the back side for a balcony and no street noise) The room had a fridge too which was nice. We loved the huge hot tub. Used it all three nights. Very relaxing. Breakfast was your better than average continental buffet...fruit,cereal, yogurt, danishes, bagels and even belgian waffles. Nice place. You can walk a few blocks downhill to Hermosa Pier & beach...but you may want to catch a $3 cab ride back up! It gets steep! We'd definetely stay here again.. especially for the price of the other area hotels.

    Once again, thank you for your feedback, and we look forward to welcoming you back.

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    Management

    Just Fine Place to Stay in Nice Beach Town

    from

    My husband and I stayed here for two nights during a get-away to the LA area. Yes, it's a non descript chain motel off a big commercial street near a strip mall. But in a few minutes walk (6 blocks to the beach, just enough to feel like you got a little exercise), we were on Pier Street and the beach (made it just in time for the great sunset). The place is clean and the price was right. Also, our room was quite large--it had a couch, so I guess it was a suite. The continental breakfast was also fine (but remember to get up and eat by 9:30 am!).

    We were in the back so we didn't hear any street noise. My only complaint is that they spray the room with a very strong smelling deodorizer. Next time we go, I'm going to call ahead and see whether they can hold back on the stuff. A little about the surrounding area: Hermosa Beach is a nice little town--makes you feel like you're not in the middle of a metropolis. Friendly people and little perceptible smog. We ate two good and very reasonably priced meals in walking distance from Quality Inn: First, Fritto Misto--a neighborhood Italian restaurant. The food was good with huge portions and exceptional service. Second, Paradise Sushi--cute funky beach decor and, best of all, at happy hour, sushi is discounted. The sushi was just fine! After blowing a bunch of money on a trendy (but phenomenal) restaurant in West LA, it was nice to relax for a couple of days in this nice beach town and eat at two inexpensive and good local restaurants.

    Once again, thank you for your feedback, and we look forward to welcoming you back.

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    Management

    Quality Stay at the Quality Inn

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    We stayed 3 nights at the Quality Inn in July, 2003. It was a really great experience. It's a little bit of a walk to the Hermosa pier, but it's not too far. Our room had a city/ocean view with a balcony.

    Aviation Boulevard was a bit noisy, but the alternative would have been staying on Pacific Coast Highway hotel -- a much noisier street. We paid the government rate for the room. The room it self was very large and was very comfortable. Definitely no complaints there. The continental breakfast was rather adequate. It's much better than other "donuts and coffee" jokes other hotels serve at their continental breakfast. I recommend the Rocky Cola Cafe at the bottom of the hill if you've got serious munchies. The exercise room was just that- a room.

    It only had a treadmill and a single circuit training machine. The hot tub was the size of a small pool. It was somewhat in an obscure location, though--in the back of the parking lot.

    Once again, thank you for your feedback, and we look forward to welcoming you back.

    Regards,

    Management

    We enjoyed it very much!

    from

    Nice location. nice, clean and clear rooms.very helpfull desk.some rooms are noisy because of the street.Nice breakfast with georgous view on the pacific.very good price for this kind of hotel.

    Once again, thank you for your feedback, and we look forward to welcoming you back.

    Regards,

    Management

    TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Hermosa Beach

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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