I really enjoyed the place. Very comfortable. Tina Peccorini was amazing host too. The bartender was amazing abs it's a great place to fall asleep. Will definitely come back to this place. Also so great to only be a walk away from everything.
I have stayed at this hotel now three times and I love every single visit! It is very old and very charming, but the rooms are very comfortable and the bedding very high end. Check-in is very quick and room is always ready. The bar is a hidden gem! I would come to this bar even if not staying at the hotel! I love it! Looking forward to my next visit in a few days!
This is alittle gem. Before it was turned into a hotel, the mansion was once owned by Lillian Gish, silent screen actress. It was very close to Rodeo drive, shopping, dinings and close to any assess to highways.
Good place to stay over Roomy bath Could be better vacuum around bed areas and room was strong cigarette odor and needed freshening up other than that bed clean comfortable nice sheets and walking distance to all the bhills area and w hllywwd
I always book this hotel for my team when they are in LA ( min 5 people ) The location is perfect for business and leisure as is not far from the business corporation of LA and is in the beautiful Beverly Hills. All this on top of the great efficiency of the Sales Manager Joshua, very rarely i found someone so good in dealing with corporate account and the rapid adjustments that such bookings might require. Special thanks to Randy the bartender and the breakfast staff for all their attention to the customers. Recommended for business definitely.
Place looks nice on internet but it's on par with Motel 6. I have not stayed at Motel 6 in 20 years. I won't stay here again. People were nice and it was close to everything cool in Beverly Hills. Just 5 blocks from Rodeo Dr.
I lost my father to Covid in April 2021 and now I am caring for my elderly mother who got Covid but has been having memory/brain fog and other health issues. I drive 110 miles to take my mom to her Drs appointments but I needed just ONE night to rest and decompress. Upon check in I told Jenn my story and she was so incredible in giving me two complimentary drinks at the hotel bar as well as recommending an incredible massage place in Korea Town which I definitely need! She was truly a gem and because of her I will be back soon to stay! THANK you Jenn! I also stayed at the Mosaic Hotel a week later and Brent was equally as wonderful helping me with my check in and stay at their sister property! Kudos to BOTH properties in hiring such an incredibly caring staff! They treat the guests like family and I can’t wait to stay there again!…
The room was dirty, there were glasses and bags of trash on the floor in the hall the entirety of our 5 night stay. We are not fancy folks, but this was pretty gross. The carpets havent' been cleaned in ages and there was trash on our floor when we arrived. Normally sure whatever, cheap room, but this in the middle of a pandemic. I love a good spooky place but the black walls were oppressive and it was very clear that it hadn't been cleaned properly in a while. There is a 17$ a night charge for amenities... there are no amenities (The pool is not a the hotel its through an alley at another place), never got wifi password, no housekeeping at all, bar was never open... etc. I know I sound like a jerk but for over 200$ a night it should be at least up to COVID cleanliness standards. Beds were comfy and it was in a good central location. …
I made a reservation for a Sunday arrival. I called the day before for a guaranteed late arrival which was okay and inquired about parking because we have an F350 truck (open air parking lot); no mention of fees. Upon arrival we were told our reservation was canceled. I told the woman I spoke with Ann the day before and everything was fine. Not today, but they do have a room available at their rate (not Expedia’s rate which was $40 less a night). I called Expedia while I was checking in and they told me the reservation was not canceled, “it was the hotel.” Well, after the hotel rep spoke with Expedia everything was fine and she played like Expedia reinstated the reservation. BUT, we were charged $37/day for parking, $17/day for amenities (2 bottles of water for 2 for 3 nights and 1 drink ticket/pp for the 3 nights but the bar isn’t open Sunday or Monday, and no room servicing for the 3 nights). And then she charged a $300 deposit hold per day $900–who does this? When we entered the hallway there were wet towels laying on the floors and dinner garbage all around (felt like a dorm but I was too tired to go elsewhere). The bathroom was so small, you could not close the bathroom door while sitting; nor could you bend over in the shower at 6’ tall or more to scrub your feet/legs and the water from the shower pooled on the floor. Paint peeling off the ceiling and A/C was load and ran all night—no sleep. I booked this location because I work in Century City but moved last year out-of-state and thought it would be quiet, convenient and relaxing. I will suffer the traffic next time and stay where I know I will not be taken.…
We stayed here for three nights over a weekend in August. Our stay was totally fine. The facility is pretty clean, I’d say our room was an 8/10 on cleanliness, and the location is great. Make sure you claim your free drink tickets upon check-in. The person that checked us in neglected to mention it to us and the couple that checked-in ahead of us. My only real gripe is that $47/Day to park at the facility seems like highway robbery. PRO TIP: there is a parking lot two blocks away behind the building at 120 S Spalding Dr that’ll let you park for $20/night and you can pay through the ParkUp mobile app.