Old small rooms with no dresser or closet. No table to work unless you book a suite and pay $50 more a day. Only table in the room is shared with TV. Free breakfast with omelette, hash browns, sausages, and waffles is good but not fantastic. Free wifi internet is a joke. Intermittent slow connection all the time. Location is very good. Walking/run distance to Hollywood area and Griffith Park. Not a good option if you come to work. Good place for a few days if you are on holidays.
Traveller from Singapore
This four-story hotel offers a convenient location 1 block from the Santa Monica/Vermont Metro station, 3 miles from …More
Nice new property very close to LAX. Just opened a week before my stay. Shuttle service to/from LAX. Plenty of food options within walking or driving distance. Was perfect for my overnight trip to LA. Would probably make this my go to hotel when in LA.
This hotel offers complimentary 24-hour shuttle service to and from Los Angeles International Airport, 1 mile north.More
The service was great, everyone was super friendly. The location of the resort was awesome, close to everything yet felt as if we were so far from the city.
For the price we paid I was expecting the room to be more updated. The bathroom tile was semi-yellow rather than white. Some paint was chipped off on the doors because the layers were so thick. The signal to the TV kept going out when we tried to watch a movie while our daughter napped. (Maybe I just had high expectations)
I would stay here again, would probably book far in advance to get a better price though. I would probably request a room with a fire pit outside as they were all taken by the time we tried to go to one.
Traveller from palo alto, United States of America
Paradise Point Resort & Spa is on a private tropical island in San Diego’s Mission Bay. SeaWorld® is a 4-minute drive away …More
It's hard to imagine a more beautiful hotel or better kept grounds or a more breathtaking setting. It's a shame that the service is so disappointing. They are understaffed for one thing. Valet parking was confusing and unorganized. There were lines at registration. Check-in isn't until 4 because the rooms weren't ready. All those problems could be cured by hiring more staff. The manager was wonderful when undertrained staff were insensitive to ADA issues. Room was a little shabby; there were dirty glasses in the bathroom. It didn't live up to the facade of the hotel. Food at breakfast buffet was excellent. It's worth putting up with all of this for the magnificent view. Glad we went, but I'd go somewhere else next time I'm in the area.
Traveller from NYC
One of the largest and oldest resorts on the Pacific Coast, Hotel del Coronado occupies 28 acres of oceanfront property at …More
Gorgeous lobby a few steps away from the BART. Our room was probably the most quiet hotel room I've ever visited. I liked that there were many European visitors.
The area was a bit dicey with homeless people and open drug use
Located in the San Francisco theater district with a BART and MUNI station at its entrance, this downtown hotel is 6 blocks …More
I travel quite a bit for work and take several personal trips each year as well. I was as pleased with Hotel Nikko as I have been with any hotel I've stayed at in the last several years. My wife and I stayed here for 5 days, and we both were impressed.
The staff was great- from the moment the cab dropped us off to the time we checked out.
The room we were in had a separate shower and tub and plenty of space.
The pool, hot tub, and outdoor deck area were AWESOME. (They also have an outdoor dog run on their balcony if you have pets.)
Traveller from US
The Asian-inspired Hotel Nikko San Francisco is located downtown, a 4-minute walk from Union Square and the designer shops of …More