I enjoyed my stay at The Culver Hotel. The funky lobby was fun and felt very vintage LA. The continental breakfast buffet was good and I enjoyed eating among the ambiance of blue velvet chairs the color of peacock feathers. Later I found out you can also order omelets and such. It was too chilly to sit on the terrace but I noticed in the evening it was quite full with heaters in place.
The room was very nice. Be warned that the old style free standing tubs were fantastic for a soaking bath, but crazy for taking a shower. The water controls were confusing and the shower curtain hard to maneuver. I'm not a big person, but in could barely turn around without messing with the curtain. But for me, it was easy to forgive because the place is so cool.
Lots of fun restaurants in easy walking distance. It wasn't too big of a pain to drive a block to park the car in a $8 municipal lot. Much better than those hotels with $25 overnight fees.
All in all, I loved the Culver and will be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Historic Culver Hotel is "THE" hotel of Culver City, in the heart of the wonderfully active Downtown. Within walking distance of a multitude of gastronomic options and Sony Studios and The Culver Studios. The renovation, completed in December of 2011, brings a modern touch to the classic beauty of this 1924 building. High cielings, large windows and service to match. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Culver City Hotel