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Me and the boyfriend were only spending a night in LA so we weren't looking for a super glamorous hotel to spend all of our time in. I happened upon the Miyako Hotel and booked it at a really great price. It is right next...More
This Japenese-chain hotel in Little Tokyo gives a great welcome to travellers. Our shuttle-taxi driver asked why we were staying here and not in Hollywood: well, because the Miyako is a modern, attractive and welcoming hotel which costs less and is well-placed for downtown and...More
My family of 5 booked 2 rooms for 5 nights at this hotel on April 1 to april april 6, 2012. The facade is not impressive while the rooms are good. I regularly travel to asia and for this trip we didnt bring any slippers...More
After a 30 hour flight from Asia, I arrive to the hotel only to find there is not hot water in the room. After a couple of hours claiming they were going to send someone to my room they finally admit there is no hot...More
Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.
Response from independentthinker54 | Reviewed this property |
I did not eat there, but there is a small cafe in the lobby. If they serve the traditional Japanese buffet in a restaurant on premise, that might be odd by American standards. I did not notice a restaurant on the premises... More
I did not eat there, but there is a small cafe in the lobby. If they serve the traditional Japanese buffet in a restaurant on premise, that might be odd by American standards. I did not notice a restaurant on the premises. If the writer of the comment was Japanese, they might not find a cafe in the lobby up to Japanese standards. I had not been to Japan when I stayed there, but I have since then and now understand the traditional Japanese breakfast.