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We stayed here for a conference at the convention center, with many sessions in the JW itself. All-in-all we had a great stay. This JW was full service, with everything you would need. I was especially impressed with the ILLY espresso/coffee bar right in the...More
Stayed for a business conference. Service was excellent. There are many choices for drinks and dining. Beautiful, open lobby and many outdoor spaces available. Close to restaurants. Conference facilities are just ok. They had a lot of trouble with the audio the entire time.
The JW Marriott has a great location in LA Live. The hotel is relatively new and rooms are generally nice. It's a step above a normal Marriott but not really at the Four Seasons or Mandarin Oriental level. Service is good but not as seamless...More
Stayed two nights on the 4 th floor. Rooms spacious and have all the facilities you would expect. No turn down service in our room standard.
Had good views out onto the street below. There was no noise in the room. There is a good...More
My family of 12 and I had always dreamed of staying at the JW Marriott finally we made it happen and it was the worst experience of any hotel I have had. Housekeeping went through our bags, stole money, makeup and clothing items, security seem...More
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Response from Jane C, Sr. Administrative Assistant at JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVEResponded 3 days ago
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