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InterContinental Los Angeles Century City
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Reviewed August 11, 2007

Wanted to stay near Venice Beach but my wife is the boss.

Got the room on priceline for Friday and Saturday for $105 a night.

Was traveling with a tween. The pool looked nice but it was almost empty. The workout area was above average.

They upgraded us to a nice suite. It had two TVs so it made my daughter happy. It is less than 2 miles from Beverly Hills. So my girls loved the location with being near a great mall and near rodeo drive.

It is in a business area, but a short drive away from everything. I was surprise that this was ranked the 4th best hotel by TA when we booked. I would stay here again.

  • Stayed: August 2007, traveled with family
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2  Thank miller6565
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Reviewed August 4, 2007

I stayed at the Intercontinental Century City for 2 weekend nights in June 2007. I got the room via Priceline for around $110/night, so it was well worth that amount. My only complaint was that my room was very far from the elevator (the hallways take many turns and as a single female traveler I felt a little uncomfortable), and when I asked to move my room the front desk said the hotel was fully booked (this is a large hotel and it did not appear to be crowded my entire stay). I had a room on the 7th floor with a view of the movie sets off the back.

The hotel room itself was above average, with a robe, nice toiletries, mini bar, and 2 free bottles of Evian daily.

The location is near a great mall, but not much else in my opinion if you're a tourist (it's not near the beach, which is where I spent most of my time). I'm a little more familiar with LA now and when I went back I stayed in Santa Monica, albeit in a room almost 3 times the price of this one.

All in all, I recommend this hotel, especially if you can get it on Priceline for around $100.

Stayed: June 2007
2  Thank Sega10028
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Reviewed July 30, 2007

Went to LA for a little romantic getaway, however, I am young(ish) and poor so I suffered the whims of Priceline and came up with the Intercontinental. Neither a jackpot nor a disappointment (particularly when you're not paying anywhere near rack rate).

The Pros? Very clean, *huge* bathrooms (separate tub and shower), lovely beds, friendly room service, and excellent facilities (we made great use of both the pool and the gym).

The Cons? The location - downtown LA is good in that it's central, but there is *nothing* worthwhile nearby and as you'd expect, takes *forever* to drive anywhere in LA. This spot would be better fit for business travelers than tourists really. Valet parking - you can not park your own car. Annoying. Room service - while it definitely was a super chocolate milkshake - the room service menu is off-the-charts price-wise (and this is coming from a New Yorker, I'm used to big bills). Plus even though a tip is calculated into your bill, the wait staff clearly expects to be tipped in addition to that amount. Sigh.

My final entertaining story: we got in late, checked in and wearily headed to our room. Only to open the door and find... someone asleep, who we clearly scared the [--] out of. Had I been a savvier traveler I would have brokered that into an upgrade. However, I was too tired - so I just trudged back down to the lobby to ask for another room. Which was quickly supplied.

  • Stayed: July 2007, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank LB1488
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Reviewed July 27, 2007

My boyfriend and I stayed just one night at the intercontinental. we each had a laptop computer. They info on the desk says that they charge $10 for "1 day" of internet use, which most hotels do nowadays so we paid ten bucks - using my boyfriend's laptop - for the one night we were staying here. At 11pm I attempted to get online using MY laptop instead and was prompted to pay again. Assuming this was a technical glitch I called the front desk -- and was informed by a rude and contrite young man - who said he was the manager - that the service the hotel used charged for each IP address... so if you used a different computer you would be charged ANOTHER ten dollars for the SAME 24 hrs of internet access. When I explained that clearly this was a technical glitch- i was informed that there was nothing to be done about it. If you use more than one computer in your room, you will pay $10 for EACH computer. Ridiculous. Never in my life has a purported four star hotel made that kind of "too bad for you" statement. Poor poor service. Extremely rude and disrespectful. And false advertising to boot. stay away.

Stayed: July 2007
2  Thank zeka
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Reviewed July 26, 2007

  • Stayed: July 2007, traveled on business
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