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This hotel is very close to all the major places. We were there for few nights and the staff there are also very helpful. For the price you pay you get rooms like in 4 star hotel.
Breakfast room was also big and had good...More
Yikes! My mom and I booked this hotel for a 2 day overnight as my Aunt was in the Cedar Sinai hospital. After driving down from northern CA, and being at the hospital all day, we were ready to crash! We drove to the hotel...More
I stayed at the Ramada Culver City on August 4 - August 8. I did not expect a 4 star hotel and while it certainly wasn't, it fit the bill perfectly for my purposes. The room was clean and the price was very competitive for...More
My wife an eye saw our daughter off at LAX late evening/early morning and had reservations to stay at the La Quinta there. While attempting unsuccessfully to secure a parking spot we decided at 12:30 AM to find another hotel near our oldest. We ended...More
USD 154 - USD 217 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I read in one review about renovations...are they being done at this time?
3 December 2014|
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if you insist on bypassing the buyer beware post, I would call the front desk and ask them directly, and make sure that you get the name of the person you're speaking with. And when you ask about renovations, you'd want to... More
if you insist on bypassing the buyer beware post, I would call the front desk and ask them directly, and make sure that you get the name of the person you're speaking with. And when you ask about renovations, you'd want to ask about "any and all reservations on the property". They had a lot going on between the restaurant, the interiors and the common areas.
I wish that was the worst part of the stay, but it was one of the least concerning issues we had.