I stay here each year for The NAMM Show. This place shows signs of age but it remains clean and is a very acceptable 2.5-3 star hotel.
The furniture is a bit dated and the bedding materials a little on the cheap side. There was no closet (just an open rack) or desk in my room with two beds. The bathroom was clean but the fixtures are dated. There were minor cracks in the sink and toilet had a slow leak that caused it to refill every 30 minutes or so. There is an ample-sized refrigerator and two chairs with a small table.
One thing that bothered me was the curtains. There is only one blackout curtain. There is no second shear. In other words, if you want light in the room, you are open to the world. There is a small sliding glass door (that barely secures closed) to a useless terrace. Road noise from Harbor Blvd will probably cause you to keep the door closed at all times.
Outlets are scarce for a modern room. There was one near the table and one near the bathroom. Bring your own outlet strip if you have multiple devices that need charging (I always carry a small one). The only modern amenity was the flat screen TV.
The bar restaurant was closed on this trip but there is another one and you can order items from it and get served in the bar area. My cajun burger w/fries was quite bland. They have some nice beer taps but their keg cooler was apparently broken and their bottle selection included no ales. There is a coin operated karaoke machine in the bar.
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