Picturesque, charming, historic.
I loved the photos on the walls of the great Hollywood stars, the beautiful lobby area, the large refrigerator in our room, the complimentary water and coffee.
The bathroom was so small it required thought to maneuver.
Everyone and everything was great. 4 days, 3 nights and not a single dislike. Will definitely stay here again.
This hotel was a disappointment. We had to check out one night earlier than planned. The hotel is still under going major maintenance, the rooms are stuffy and carpets are dirty. It was definitely not worth the money. The existing ratings and reviews are fairly misleading.
I had to pay for parking one car is $10 second car was $25 dollars.
The hotel is simple and quant. Parking in LA is a
The hotel front desk staff were very respectful and helpful.
room was a bit cool and the little heater in my room didn't work
I had no issues with this hotel and stayed here for a week. However I always adjust my expectations to what I pay for... Of course it's not the Ritz Carlton but everything is very convenient and my room/bathroom was very clean at all times. It is true that there is a little (old) odor when you first enter the room. However this hotel is built in 1927...
Historic - has not changed much since it was built
The clerk was friendly and very personable. He was a delight to deal with in checking in and out. The front facade and doors are lovely.
The rooms are VERY bare. They seriously have not changed much with any modern upgrades. The mattress was historic as well, along with not a fitted sheet, but a flat sheet simply thrown over mattress. The mattress corner looked like it was drug down the street, as the edges were tattered as least on one end. No phone in the rooms, very small bathroom with a changing shower temperature while you are in the shower.
Under 100 bucks
The toilet didt flush right, jackhammer started at 8am and nobody was at the front desk when i tried to check out.
Small bathroom and had mold on the tile. The pillows were hard. Old. Will not be staying there again.
It's okay I understand this place is old but overall I did sleep good. Mini fridge is great. They did a awsome job refilling shampoo and soaps. Clean towels.
Shower temperature went super high when others are using the water. Yikes hot lol. Good news is no roaches. ants yes but it's not omg bad just a few.
Staff was nice
The room was small and smelly. The bathroom was tiny and grouse. No shower curtain, so all the floor outside the shower was socked. The soup was the cheapest kind that immediately dries the skin. Uncomfortable bed and pillows. Lots of noise through out the night from the main street below. I will NEVER go there again!!
Great location, amazing value for money, free car park, helpful and kind staff, 24 hour check in, midday check out and fantastic sized rooms with walk in wardrobes
Built in 1927 and formerly known as the Hollywood Melrose Hotel, the Hollywood Historic Hotel is a proud member of the National Register of Historic Places and is evocative of the extravagant establishments of Hollywood's golden era. The beauty of a bygone era The seduction starts right from the moment you step into the imposing foyer of the Hollywood Historic Hotel with its photos of screen icons from days gone by and 1920's style elevator which adds a distinctive vintage touch. The hotel has 62 well-appointed rooms, several of which feature views of the Hollywood Sign in the distance and of the Griffith Observatory. The rooms are equipped with a 32" LCD TV, a coffee maker, premium towels and linen and a refrigerator. Free WiFi and parking makes the hotel a firm favorite with business travelers. Guests often stop by the nearby Mexican restaurant Lucy's for some appetizing fare. Attractions in the vicinity The hotel lies 15 miles from LAX airport and between 3-5 miles from Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles. Melrose Strip, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Greek Theater and the Griffith Park Observatory are all within easy reach and Paramount Studios and Raleigh Studios are a short walk away. The Larchmont Village neighborhood with its restaurants is just a short stroll away.
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