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Disappointing stay. I wish I'd seen reviews before booking!
Great location and could be a great little boutique hotel but dirty, tired and didn't feel secure.
Staff on front desk always helpful and friendly. Must be depressing for them to have to deal with people...More
The place was an absolute dump. There was no heat in the room, no curtain on the window and the door would not lock. There is no way these rooms are legal. They need to be reported. This is the worst hotel I have ever...More
Not your typical dumpy hotel.
From the filth on the checkin counter
To the worst rooms ever!!!
Should be a hostel for bums ..
I will throw this hotel in the do not stay here ever !!!!
Parking was not available .
It has been the worst hotel I have ever stayed! Staying in a hotel at summer without air-conditioning and impaired fan particularly smelling old carpets and furniture!! I was counting my fingers to get out of this hell!
This hotel is a total dump and considering its price should be a lot better. The hotel offers parking at $12 per night and it's location is within walking distance of the restaurants and shops in B Hills. The hotel however badly needs renovating and/or...More
$102 - $153 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Beverly Hills began as a modest village years ago and today you can still feel its small town origins, even though it has become a major tourist attraction and business center for the entertainment industry. This town lives up to its reputation as an area full of designer retail stores and residential streets lined with mansions and palm trees. Inside the commercial center of Beverly Hills, along Rodeo Drive, droves of
tourists peak into ultra-luxurious boutiques hoping to catch a glimpse of someone famous. Off of Rodeo Drive however is where some of the most affluent Angelenos occupying the streets of Beverly Hills come for leisurely meals, power lunches and beauty treatments.