Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Los Angeles, Super 8 by Wyndham Los Angeles Downtown is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Super 8 by Wyndham Los Angeles Downtown makes it easy to enjoy the best of Los Angeles.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Los Angeles Super 8 offers guests free wifi.
The motel features a 24 hour front desk. Plus, Super Eight Los Angeles offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Close to some of Los Angeles' most popular landmarks, such as City Hall (1.4 mi) and Union Station (1.4 mi), Super 8 by Wyndham Los Angeles Downtown is a great destination for tourists.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Los Angeles' popular crab restaurants such as The Boiling Crab, Perch, and Bottega Louie, all a short distance from Super Eight Los Angeles.
If you are interested in exploring Los Angeles, check out one of the history museums, such as La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, and Autry Museum of the American West.
Los Angeles Super 8 is sure to make your visit to Los Angeles one worth remembering.
Free parking on their lot so no having to park on the street. Everything was very clean, person at the front was nice. If you are looking for something inexpensive I would definitely pick staying here. Free Breakfast & Wifi.
When I arrived to check in the man at the front dest openly discriminated against me due to my disability. I have a permanent disability and am accompanied by a service dog. When I went to check in the man at the front desk demanded paperwork and identification from me for my dog. Not only does that not exist in the US but it is illegal for business to ask for paperwork. Whenever I travel with my service dog I bring a copy of the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) to help answer questions and explain when there are problems.When I showed the man the section on paperwork and what hotels are allowed to ask he told me that it didn't matter and that he is required to ask for paperwork. I was very calm throughout the entire altercation and tried to explain nicely that what he was asking is illegal. At this point my boyfriend got worried that I was taking so long so he came in the building and saw what was happening. The man at the front desk then proceeded to say that if I didn't show paperwork he was going to refuse me service. He claimed that he was allowed to deny me service for any reason. I explained that denying me on the basis of a disability is discrimination and not allowed. I had made this reservation in advance and had no back up plan for overnight accommodations. When I asked what I was supposed to do he told me he didn't care. At this point my boyfriend called the police and we went out to the parking lot together. Within a few minutes of being in the parking lot the man from the front desk came out to say that he was wrong for asking for paperwork. He then proceeded to blatantly ask what what my disability is. This is not only illegal but highly personal. I responded by saying that my dog is a medical alert and response dog. The man was not satisfied with that answer and again asked what my specific disability is. Eventually he gave up and let me check in but it was a very poor first experience with Super 8 Hotels. During my entire stay I was on edge and stressed. Every time I walked through the lobby to go outside I could feel the man glaring at me. I had originally planned to stay in this hotel again on my way home from my trip but after this experience I cancelled and chose another hotel that was much more accommodating. I understand that people falsely representing service animals is harmful and this man has probably had bad experiences in the past, but as a disabled person with a legitimate and highly trained service dog this was not okay.…
The staff is rude and just decides to block out anything that doesn't conform to their expectations. No wonder there's a now hiring sign out front.. they need to clean house and try new employees who are better trained.
After about five minutes upon my arrival, it went complete left field. There was some issues with my reservation and I asked the front desk clerk checking me in. Tony is his name if I'm not for certain, he was super aggressive, rushing me into a room that was not on my reservation. After remaining calm he went on to explain that "he has been in business for over 20 years!" It became a scene while other guest were trying to check in. It was very distasteful and hurtful as a guest in a company that I thought highly of. It go worst when I just wanted to be alone and get comfortable, housekeeping or entered my room twice while having the "do not disturb" sign visibly hanging on the door. I felt violated and was unsure if it was stemming from the check in hooorah. Completely unacceptable.…
At 2am on 04/29/2020 I went to the front desk to ask for more towels. The male person working lied to me and said they were out of towels. I looked at him and told him he was lying. I felt like I was being DISCRIMINATED AND PROFILED. REFUSING ME SERVICE IS ILLEGAL!!! I told him that I had called down an hour earlier and the lady said to come on down and get towels. He then opens a cabinet FULL of towels and gives me only one towel, proving that he lied to me! I was dressed nicely and asked kindly so the only reason he treated me so badly was because of my sexual orientation. So apparently Super 8 wyndham hotels supports homophobia by hiring discriminating nasty rude staff!!