Long Beach Convention Center Travelodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLong Beach Convention Center Travelodge
Disappointed in the facilities, no laundry room or toaster in the room. As Australians we drink tea and there was only coffee in the room. Expected more for my money.
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