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Stayed here one night while passing through. Very overpriced for the dump that it is. Found a roach on the wall. Arrived 2 hours after check in time and was told to wait another hour by rude front desk woman. I would definitely look for...More
As a budget-minded single senior female traveler, I just spent a very comfortable night here -- clean, quiet, economical, SAFE! Coming and going in daylight I had no sense of being in "a bad neighborhood", but why people would complain about having 24-hour security is...More
I understand this property is not a high end hotel, it's an hotel for spending 1 night. My problem is the room was non-smoking the both (we booked 2 rooms) smelled horrible to cigar. I had stayed in other Motel 6 properties and this is...More
Originally I booked the motel 6 in Sylmar up the street for my 2 nights, but at the last minute I switched it to the Van Nuys- North Hills location on Roscoe which was a huge mistake! The location requires you to pass through a...More
Is of okay quality. Just a place to sleep. The entry gate is obnoxious. Convenient location off I-405. Close to the Budweiser plant. Not a dump, but not high style. I've stayed here a few times and staff is always friendly.
$86 - $119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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North San Fernando Valley
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Usually you have until midnight to checkin. From experience, a motel 6 location called me last year just after midnight to ask if I still needed the room even though I already told the day clerk that I would be late.