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a friend of mine stayed at this place last month, he work up to find a rat in the room. I called the motel the next day about this, they didn't seem at all concerned. Spend a few dollars more and stay in better place/
We left it late into finding a place this evening, ended up in the Holloway motel, I was a sorry boy. Place was just horrible room very dirty an a musky smell to go with it,just about cleaned id say, I slept on my beach...More
I shy away from writing bad reviews because I don't believe they are worth my time. However, travelers need to know about this place. Look, I can let a lot of things roll off my back: old room? fine. kind of dirty? ok. soiled sheets?...More
When in West Hollywood, this place is the best bargain in town for a short stay. The location is GREAT. Aside from that, well, electrical problems, TV cable problems, noise problems. Thank goodness I brought earplugs, a face mask and some good old Motrin PM....More
The location is West Hollywood at $80 per night was OK,but people you know the area.It is gay ,prostitute,porno making movies neighborhood so you know where you are
I did not sleep all night luckily I was there not to sleep all night,but upstairs were...More
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I see your experience was worse than mine. They kicked me out (cancelled my reservation) for asking a question about how they protect our credit cards when they email the full credit card number back to you? Instead of answering, they sent an email back, we have cancelled your reservation. At least it was way before my trip, so I booked another hotel. They were also rude to my friend who was trying to make a reservation as he was going on the trip with me, They did not used to operate like this. I had stayed there for several years with never a problem. It looks like they must have gotten new owners who should give it up and sell to someone who wants customers.
10 September 2015|
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"By all means ask for a room on the top floor! You don't want to hear people trampling above you."