Stayed at this condo-gone-hotel because it was not on a major 4-6 lane street. Not iimpressed by the neighborhood as it's basically apartment/condo row which doesn't allow street parking unless you're a resident. (San Francisco, too, has plenty of people but they're not so selfish as to have such rules and regulations).There is a little restaurant a couple of blocks north on the corner of Santa Monica/ La Cienega and a cafe that makes the world's worst latte (what milk? lattes have milk?...hmm) but has good pastries a couple of blocks south and to the right on Melrose. Other than that, these are just a large blvds lined w/ mostly ugly business buildings.
The hotel staff are nice and professional. The suite. like one previous post mentioned rather than the one w/ all the pictures (they got a revamped suite), was dark (I presume they chose the carpet to be a pukey dark green/purple combo - right up my mother-in-law's alley - to hide ALL kinds of stains), dank (the bathroom smelled like old medicated or intoxicated people lived there for many many years), and the living/dining area looked like someone had a wrought iron fetish and had to bring it all indoors...either that of one of the thousands of furniture stores in LA had a going-out-of-business sale when the hotel was coming together. The bed was great (good linen w/ a thick down comforter AND a throw blanket that I didn't need as it's summer but oh well! it makes for good decor?) but the bedroom wasn't well lit at all if you want to relax and read after a long day (oh, I forgot, this is LA - people prefer to watch TV...). But, they put the plasma TV in the bedroom while they put the 20 year old TV in the living room where, say if you're traveling as a family, people spend the evening after being out all day.
And despite being on a residential street w/ double paned windows, you still hear the idiots (not sure if they're locals or tourists) who like to be roaring up and down this street in the middle of the night. Good thing they put the bed way way on the other side of the sliding door/patio or it could have been worse. If it gets too hot, and you have the AC on, it should drown out some of the hooligans yelps.
This place is fine only for a families w/ ids as it has the convenience of a kitchenette and is one of the more reasonably price accommodations in this area. Not for those seeking stylish and modern lodging.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An all-suite hotel in the chic neighborhood of West Hollywood; Le Parc Suite Hotel offers accommodations which attract clients from upscale designers to celebrities. Enjoy the luxuries of home while relaxing on our rooftop oasis, where you'll find a tennis court, a heated swimming pool, lavish cabanas, and a sunning deck - all with a spectacular view of the Hollywood Hills. Our quiet location is coveted by those who appreciate peace and privacy. A daily Amenity Fee will be collected at the property. ... more less
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