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Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles
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Reviewed September 19, 2012

Love the history and the Gallery Bar, but overnight no no no. Last night, I had 1 washcloth, no soap, burned out lightbulbs, and no amenities in a room that looked like it hadn't been redone since the 1950's. Never again.

Room Tip: Stay away from the 3rd floor wing that fronts on another building.
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled on business
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Thank baycyd
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Reviewed September 18, 2012

Los Angeles in the 20s to the 50s experienced a truly gilded age and the Biltmore was at the center of it. Built in the early 1920s, this grand old lady hosted alll the early Academy Award dinners and a host of other remarkable events. This history still lives in one of the great, classic American hotels. It almost an affront to have the historic "Biltmore" name far smaller on the entrance than the "Millennium" brand - and the property feels a little tired - but this in a way adds to its unique history and ambiance. It has a great location in downtown LA - which itself is making a come back and is far more vibrant and frankly safer than in the 80s and 90s and is well worth a visit for those wanting to see another whole side of Los Angeles.

Room Tip: One warning - if you want a quiet room ask for the courtyard or a room away from the lower levels on the busy street sides.
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled on business
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Thank KiwiColorado87
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Reviewed September 17, 2012

I stayed here the last couple of days in August. Club Level Room. They recommended a tour of Hollywood that was a disaster. My children were barred from going into the Club Level area. Why would I take my family to a hotel that does not allow children to go to get a snack? If you had the brains to say that on your website I never would have stayed. Rooms were clean but old and outdated. Maid left window open cause she couldn't close it. Neither could I. For business the location is awesome. For family stay away. The absolute best part and my reason for this review is that I sent my complaints directly to Millennium over two weeks ago and have yet to hear a response. Don't park a car here either. Lost a couple of chargers to the valet.

Room Tip: Find a better hotel. Come take pictures of the lobby. It's the best part of the hotel.
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank gismo325
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Reviewed September 15, 2012

The Millennium Biltmore is a beautiful hotel, impressive lobby and hallway. If you want to enter the elevator you still need to lift your bags, there is no ramp. The room is spacious but filled up with just bed and a two chairs. Windows are very dirty so you can't really look outside. Considering the huge room the bathroom is rather small and old. Water pressure was perfect. However, you can't even put you toiletry down. Wifi works well but you don't obtain a password so if you have other devices you need to pay twice and then ask the reception to deduct one. Anyway. It is difficult to find something less expensive in the downtown area.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled on business
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Thank Polleke74
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Reviewed September 14, 2012

09/05-09/08 2012

Arrived at hotel about 9:30PM. Entered Valet Parking - $40 per night for hotel guests. Self Parking across and down the street for $16 per night. We were tired so opted for the Valet Parking. Upon checking in we purchased an upgrade to the Club level for $50 per night extra. Club level included continental breakfast, use of the Club Lounge where we could access Wi-Fi at no additional cost. In the room the cost for WI-FI was $9.95 per night, ON TOP of the extra $50 per night. One would think WI-FI would be free as the hotel is so expensive, or at least included with Club Level. Valet Parking was uneventful although it would have been nicer if the valet porters could have spoken better english - their english was barely passable and I had to ask several times for a repeat.

The room - 10th floor Club Level: Although the hotel is rated as a 4-star I would have to give the room only 2-stars. It is in dire need of updating & repairs. The bathroom is very small. The bathroom door lock fell off when touched, the sink is a free standing one with little or no room for amenities. There is mildew and/or mold on some of the tile grout around the tub & shower. Bath tub was very old and cracked with many patches. There were only two towels when we arrived so we requested 4 more. They were delivered within a half hour. The housekeeping staff is very friendly and responsive to our requests. There were three of us and only two bottles of water - we requested more and received them along with the towels. Beds were only double size, NOT queen or king. However, the beds were comfortable. The A/C functioned okay - when we entered the room it was very, very cold - adjusted the temp and it warmed up a little. Upon retiring for the night we found that it worked well if we turned the A/C to a cold temperature which made for good sleep under a blanket. Our wake up call was very close to the requested time of 6:00AM. The USA today was delivered to our room (hallelujah)! There is no in-room coffee which I find very curious as this hotel is rated a 4-star (whose rating it, I don't know). The in-room dining menu is fairly extensive but all items are expensive. This hotel is living on its "historic" feature.....It definitely needs a MAJOR restoration. I will not stay here again unless and until that takes place.

Room Tip: Don't bother to opt for the club level for an extra fee - although the breakfast is continental it is good. Evening spread is also good & can pass for a light dinner. Probably worth the extra $50 per night if more than one person is staying in the room.
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled on business
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