This inn is a lot like staying at an Airbnb. You get a well appointed room in a house with a shared common space. There is lots of privacy, but you can hear people quite easily through the walls. Everything is new and fresh and even hip and trendy. However, they don't have the little things worked out yet. The internet didn't work while I was there or the Roku tv. The tv itself has only basic channels. There is a Kureig coffee maker but only two pods were provided and never replenished throughout my stay. They don't automatically make up your room unless you leave a sign out on your door...but I wasn't given a sign to hang on my door or told of this instruction. I loved that there was a balcony off my room, but being on the top floor meant the bathroom was funky as it was carved out of a crawl space. The mirror over the sink stopped at 4 feet, making it unusable for shaving. Parking is an issue. I arrived the day of a dodgers game and couldn't find parking. I had luggage to get across a busy street and up a huge hill with lots of steps. I found a spot but due to not knowing there was an event on (wednesday afternoon), I got a ticket. Parking is not plentiful. Also, this is a very transitional neighborhood, you will find hip and trendy shops, abandoned cars, closed shops, and everything in between. It didn't feel unsafe just dirty.
Traveller from santa barbara
Located in Downtown Los Angeles, this inn is within 1 mi (2 km) of Echo Park and Dodger Stadium. Walt Disney Concert Hall and …More
"Very good hotel if you're visiting magic mountain!"
I stayed in the hotel back in the end of march 2017 for 5 days. When i first got my room, there was a dog barking frantically so we asked for another room. The second room wasn't as conveniently located as out first but it was a small price to pay for a good night's sleep. The room, bathroom and bedding were all clean. I checked with my black light and found no disgusting "left overs". The walls are very thin so expect to hear your neighbors music or "activities".
The house keeping was very nice and our room had all it's appliances in working condition. (coffee maker, iron, tv, fridge, toilet, sink, shower, ect.) The breakfast wasn't anything to write home about but my wife enjoyed it. She's not very picky with simple foods but expect nothing special here. The work out room is clean and has enough equipment and space for you to keep up with your regiment. The outside parking is okay but expect to struggle to find a parking spot frequently. When we we're visiting, the construction in the front entrance was loud. This was back in march so maybe they're done. Luckily, we spent most of our time at magic mountain so we rarely spent daytime at the hotel.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The pool closed fairly early and you'll almost always share it with several other family's so i wouldn't look forward to any "relaxation" as this whole hotel seems to be a spot for the younger crowd. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone traveling for leisure and relaxation.
Traveller from tulsa oklahoma
Just off I-5 in Stevenson Ranch, this smoke-free La Quinta Inn is 3.7 miles from Six Flags Magic Mountain and within 3 miles …More
Simply known as “The Valley,” this sprawling area includes the suburbs of Encino, Northridge, and Van Nuys. But Burbank is the key attraction, as several movie and TV studios are based here. Universal Studios’ theme park combines tourism with the local craft. Griffith Park provides much needed green in a city known for its smog. Nearby, the Burbank airport is an alternative to LAX.