We went to see Bruce Springsteen, who had a concert at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena. The location of the hotel could not have been better. We were within easy walking distance! It's also close to some excellent attractions and museums that we enjoyed, including Los Angeles, Exposition Park, Natural History Museum of LA County, the California Science Center and the California African-American Museum (highly recommended!) It's also handy to several sports complexes, including Memorial Coliseum (a National Historic Landmark and home to USC Trojans football) and Memorial Sports Arena. Finally, it's close to the new LA rapid transit line.
As a Radisson hotel it's pretty middle-of-the-road. The rooms are nice but just okay. And in our three days we never did figure out the restaurant & bar, which seemed to be closed most of the time. No worries, there are plenty of good bistros in the area but they're open during the daytime only. It's strange. The area pretty much rolls up the streets at night and we had to take a cab to a CVS Pharmacy to get a few bottles of wine...it was pretty tough to get a drink.
I suspect the reason for these lapses was that the hotel had just been purchased by the University of Southern California and is in a a state of transition. But the staff was helpful and friendly and the location great if you're visiting the USC area.
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