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Omni Los Angeles Hotel
4.6/5119 Reviews

Omni Los Angeles Hotel

Downtown Los Angeles Los Angeles|1.69km from Angies Boutique
Room quality & amenities: The room was nice, spacious and comfortable. They give you a nice desk to work on if you're on a business trip. They have a small pool and a gym in the building but I did not get to use these because work was busy for me that week. I read that another guest had problems connecting their Netflix; it actually was not that bad for me. They use get streaming so you can chrome cast to the TV. Once I connected the Wi-Fi it was easy to start streaming on the TV. I like that better than logging into my account and worrying about forgetting to log back out before I leave. The one thing I really liked about the room was the bed. I'm going mattress shopping now because I haven't slept through out the night like that in ages. I wish I could have packed the bed in my suitcase for the trip home! Comfortable stay hands down. The rooms are fairly quite too; I didn't hear my neighbors at all (only the hallway actually). Cleanliness: The rooms are kept clean. I felt comfortable walking around bare foot even in the shower and sleeping in the bed. They come everyday about midday to clean the rooms. Overall they keep the hotel clean and neat. Dining: I stopped in for breakfast one day; it was made well. Breakfast is my favorite meal, and they did not disappoint. I recommend it before venturing out for the day. The wait staff was attentive and courteous. Also the Grand Cafe has a nice atmosphere to it. I did not eat lunch or dinner here though, so I cannot comment on them. Location: The only real complaint I would have would be the area; which the hotel does not have any control of. It is in the heart of Downtown LA which has a ton of sketchy people walking around at night. I implore anyone staying here to use Uber/Lyft to get around the area and/or Uber eats to order in food. Walking around the area at night is not a good idea! If you do have to venture out; I recommend exiting on the 3rd floor as this area seems less desolate. There is a nice plaza with shops nearby. However, most places close around 6PM so get your shopping and exploring in early. Bar Lounge: I do think they need security at the bar. We stopped in for drinks and I felt bad for the bar tender because she had to deal with all kinds of riff raff that may or may not have been staying at the hotel; not sure. A group of guys started getting really loud and were practically yelling at everyone. If I stay here again I'm not hanging out at the bar. View: If it matters, the view from one side of the hotel faces two apartment buildings so you might not really have a view of the city. To be honest, I like to see a nice view when I open the curtains, not someone's balconies. It would not be a deal breaker for me though. Final thoughts: I would stay here again. However, I did visit my friend who was staying somewhere else and I did like the location and the amenities in that hotel. I do not know if the beds are as comfortable though. Overall, I would not mind staying at OMNI DT

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3.8/5109 Reviews
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Metro Plaza Hotel
3.6/5121 Reviews
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2.5 out of 5 really. This is an independent hotel, but the chain equivalent would be Econo Lodge or Super 8. If you do not enjoy staying in those types of places then you will not enjoy staying here. Furniture is all well-worn, beds are stiff, and there are no amenities. On the positive side, the room was clean enough, and this is pretty much the only hotel choice within walking distance to Union Station if that's important to you. It was to me as I had an early train to catch, so that's why I stayed here. This might also be a good hotel choice for budget travelers getting around Los Angeles without a car, as a lot of bus and subway routes converge on this area. If train travel does not factor into your Los Angeles travel plans, then I definitely do not recommend staying here as there are other much better options. Aside from the hotel itself, the immediate area is not all that great. Lots of homeless people all over the place, who are mostly harmless, but it still always puts me on edge a little, especially at night. Also, there's an empty and rather depressing Chinatown area nearby. My choice for food and drink would be the Mexican themed Olvera Street, which is also nearby.
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4.2/5125 Reviews
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