|"They had a great complimentary breakfast!"||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Staff is super nice and helpful."||(in 106 reviews)|
|"Amazing bar and cozy Veranda restaurant."||(in 29 reviews)|
|"Room was VERY SMALL"||(in 19 reviews)|
|"Parking is $50 and with terrible service."||(in 22 reviews)|
|"Expensive parking 45$ + tax/night."||(in 14 reviews)|
|staff was great||in 231 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 185 reviews|
|great location||in 179 reviews|
|stay at the hotel||in 167 reviews|
|pool area||in 112 reviews|
|bar and restaurant||in 68 reviews|
|room was small||in 67 reviews|
|valet parking||in 61 reviews|
|middle of the night||in 44 reviews|
|complimentary snacks||in 26 reviews|
|staples center||in 18 reviews|
|close to the convention center||in 11 reviews|
|thin walls||in 10 reviews|
|downtown la||in 9 reviews|
|exceeded my expectations||in 9 reviews|
|beautifully decorated||in 8 reviews|
Beautiful surroundings. Offer that included parking. Restaurant and pool.
Nothing. It was perfect!
The hotel staff was friendly and tried to be helpful. They had umbrellas you can borrow.
The cleaning staff needs to be retrained. The basics were not taken care of in my room eg shampoo, conditioner, floor mat etc... were not replenished when needed/ garbage pails were not emptied.
Very spacious room, great views of downtown and Hollywood sign, super comfortable bed!
Great place for a photo shoot but you might want t
Good staff, lovely old building, great access to convention center
For $256/night, my room badly needed an update. There were only 2 power outlets - One shared between the TV and the AC and the other was inaccessible behind the bed. This just doesn't cut it in today's day and age, esp for a hotel that at least partially caters to the convention crowd. In addition, the bathroom was tiny and the shower was so narrow that I had to bathe sideways (2.5 feet, I measured.) Plus, there was nowhere in the shower to put items aside from the floor, no soap tray, nothing. I won't be staying here again. I knew it wasn't going to be the Ritz, but this was a tad too far into the 60s for me.
Hotel was beautiful and incredibly clean. The bed was great and the bathroom was clean but a little outdated. The staff was amazing, especially Andrew who checked us in. The most amazing part though was the pool and the location!
The only parking was valet and the pool closed early on weekdays. Bathroom could definitely stand to be updated but was incredibly clean.
Poor. Our suite had an A/C unit in the window
The bed was incredibly comfortable.
The bathroom was small, felt old, and was dingy. There was a roll of toilet paper by the sink like it was meant to be a hand towel. The floors are concrete and feel unkempt because of their coldness. The decor is also themed but feels cold and dingy, the rugs on the walls were half hung. The worst was the A/C in the window and being hot all night. We ended up running to the ACE to salvage our vacation.
Character, Not Luxury
Great atmosphere from the moment you walk inside. Tall ceilings with exotic decor. Lots of character. Tall, beautiful cactus trees outside by a pool that opens at 7am and has a DJ at night. Room is decent -- old-school but memorable. Moroccan style design with lots of mystical colors. No coffee maker or any of that, but they get a pass for being interesting. I paid 250USD a night but that's a bit much. For 150-180USD this would be a good deal. Good location, though there are some sketchy characters / homeless hanging around at night (definitely did not feel dangerous though). Staff was great. Polite and helpful. Subway is just a few blocks away. Overall a good base if you're staying in DTLA, IF you can get the room for around 150USD.
The bad. They don't use keycards for the elevator or door. As mentioned, there are some sketchy characters outside, and there's lots of people coming inside for the pool parties at night. Anyone could just take the elevator upstairs and potentially kick a door down. Locks seemed kinda weak. No safe in the room, but they have 'em downstairs. Late checkout was 12.30pm and that's pretty BS. Stayed on the 8th floor so sound wasn't a problem, but if you're a light sleeper, don't stay on the lower floors. If you're looking for a sterile place to stay with grandma and the kids, this is not it -- better go with a chain like Hilton or Ritz. But if grandma used to be a hippie and you're fairly open, it's great.
Beautiful decor and pool bar. Smelly rooms.
I enjoyed the exotic feel of the bar with the Indian decor. The pool area is gorgeous. Had I been able to arrive before 10pm I eould have enjoyed a dip. The water pressure in the shower was phenomenal. The hotel overall had old world charm and a nice bistro style dining area.
The room smelled like mildew and dust. The bed was horribly pitted from years of bodies on each side. The sheets and pillows smelled like they were stuffed damp into a closet for the day then dried and put on the bed. The carpet was red at one point. Its brown and very dingy now. I wouldn't walk around without socks.
Ok for an overnight stay
The location was centrally convenient
The parking was horrible!
Worst hotel I have even been too
Nothing, no parking, room smelled like smoke, it was so bad we left and get them to give me my money back.
Nothing I did not like anything about it. Room was terrable.
Very Cute and different style of the Hotel, make i
The hotel was very cute and has a lot of really cool features, chandeliers, lobby, bars, pools etc. all very cool. Room keys are actual keys and in a way that is very cute and old fashioned, it didn't seem as safe, especially with just a chain lock on the inside of the room door, and no deadbolt. The room was cute, beds were comfortable, bedding was clean. Could hear people on the street and cars clearly. So could use some sound proofing. If you went to the hotel for a event or party and didn't stay overnight I think you would be better off.
Their is no coffee maker in the room and that little luxury would have been really nice since we were never able to use the breakfast during the time they provided. Their was no book talking about nearby restaurants and features of the hotel in the room by the phone, so that was odd. The parking lot was tiny and the spaces were extremely close and we were in a small sports car, so had to pay to park next door $30 one night and $24 the second. The bathroom in the room was tiny and very outdated, the shower curtain had a hole in it and was yellowed from wear. The main thing that I thought was gross was their was several black foreign hairs on the ceiling of the bathroom. I didn't want to call and make a complaint, and I saw the maid was a few doors down before we left so I left her a note with a tip on the bed that said "The room looks great, but their is a few foreign hairs on the ceiling of the bathroom, could you please take care of that? Thank you..." When we returned the note and tip were gone but the hairs on the ceiling remained. I thought it was rude to take a tip and not clean up the hairs on the ceiling. The bathroom was tiny. It wouldn't take long to see them if you looked up. That was my biggest turn off, but maybe the maid couldn't read english?
The upscale, Spanish-colonial style Hotel Figueroa is located just opposite of the Grammy Museum in Downtown Los Angeles, California. The hotel was first established in 1926 as a haven for professional female travelers, which was quite a rare and progressive statement at the time. The hotel maintains its creative and socially progressive stature to this day.
Over 260 elegantly styled rooms and suites are furnished with artistic touches and contemporary Spanish charm. All rooms include free wifi, flat-screen television, minibars, an iPad, air-conditioning, custom bedding, a spacious bathroom, and plenty of windows which let in bright, natural light. Guests can choose from a multitude of accommodations, including Classic King rooms, Queen rooms, Deluxe, Double, and an array of artistic luxury suites. Suites feature wet bars, balconies, terraces, coffee makers, and spacious sitting areas. All accommodations are pet and kid-friendly.
Other amenities include an on-site business center, room service, an outdoor pool, and a variety of onsite dining and bar options.
There are a handful of exceptional dining and bar options onsite. Guests can dine at the stunning poolside Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, Veranda. Veranda’s menu highlights fresh seasonal favorites, light Mediterranean fare, salads, sandwiches, flatbreads, and more. The restaurant is beautifully decorated and knows how to deliver in ambiance and style. The on-site cocktail bar, Bar Figueroa, offers specialty hand-crafted cocktails, light Spanish tapas, and fine wines. Rick’s is another on-site cocktail bar which offers coastal vibes in a laid back, chic setting.
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Hotel Figueroa is located at 939 South Figueroa Street in Downtown Los Angeles, 4.8 km from the centre of Los Angeles. STAPLES Center is the closest landmark to Hotel Figueroa.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Hotel Figueroa.
Yes, Hotel Figueroa offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Hotel Figueroa does not offer free parking.
No, Hotel Figueroa does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Hotel Figueroa is 15 km from Hawthorne. Hotel Figueroa is 17.6 km from Los Angeles.
Yes, Hotel Figueroa is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Hotel Figueroa has a pool on-site.