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Umm this place is disgusting. The shower door didn't open because it was so riddled with rot. The air conditioner was full of mould, holes in the walls. All the plumbing looks like it will fall out of the walls. And the water in the...More
Under the everage place. Old and not clean. The only value is that it is close to the city. We had not to much chois to find another place at the last minute. Otherwise we would have for sure changed for another place.
The price was low... The location great..but we got what we paid for... Smoking room wit no ashtray... Tape for a window in downtown LA... Strange screaming from the next room all night from a group of 5 women and one man who apparently live...More
Considering the price, the rooms were quite comfortable and well-equipped, the staff were friendly although when we requested for our room not to be cleaned, they still cleaned it, resulting in us having to hunt around for half our things. The location was great as...More
USD 83 - USD 109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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