This was a nice older hotel. We stayed here for a week with our 2 children. The hotel is a little dated, but clean. The beds were ok, not great but not the worst. The breakfast was waffles, toast, English muffin, bagels w/ cream cheese, muffins, cinnamon rolls, 3 kinds of dry cereals, orange and apple juice, coffee and tea. I would have like to seen some fruit but it's ok. Many different cultures of people stayed there which was neat to hear all the languages. Our bathroom appeared a bit dirty, but when I tried to clean it myself realized it was just staining. The water was pretty hard coming out of the shower head but it got you clean and well rinsed. The room was large, quiet and private. Secure gated parking. Carpet was a little worn but felt like it had been recently cleaned.We loved the balcony looking over the pool. Overall for the price I though it was a good hotel, I would stay here again.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Nethercutt Collection, California State …More
We went to universal studios for a family vacation and on previous visits to universal studios I've stayed in very expensive hotels that are very dirty and with a high price. This hotel is very nice and it's just 15 minutes away from universal studios and the price was good
This north Los Angeles hotel in the center of the San Fernando Valley is 9 miles from Universal, 12 miles to Hollywood and …More
We needed a cheap place to stay that was close to Magic Mountain and relatively close to downtown L.A.. Good Nite Inn was great in terms of the location. It's right off the highway so it was very quick to get to Magic Mountain (about 15 minutes) and also convenient to get on the highway to go downtown (20-30minutes). Staff at reception were nice, very easy check-in and check-out. The room has the bare minimum, this is not a fancy place. We had a queen-sized bed, TV, shampoo and soap. No coffee machine or bottled water, although you can drink tap. No safe. No hair-dryer (although there was a note on the wall saying that you can ask reception for one). The place seemed relatively safe, we had no issues. The hotel has quite a big parking lot that got very full at night. We had no issues finding a parking spot though. The hotel is close to a highway, as I mentioned above, so it can get noisy. The car noise didn't really bother us. We had asked to stay on the "quiet side" of the hotel (after reading other reviews for the hotel), so our room was more on the inner side of the hotel. You could still hear the highway, but it really isn't a big deal (at least for us). Overall, this place seemed clean, bathroom was clean, shower was nice, bed was decent, price was affordable for a 2-night stay. It was good for what we needed.
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Located just 10 miles from Six Flags and 20 miles from Universal Studios, this hotel makes a good base for Los Angeles-area …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.