|Distance to city centre||5.7 km|
|Nearest airport||Los Angeles|
|Distance to airport||18.6 km|
|"The hotel is very beautiful!"||(in 119 reviews)|
|"Staff very friendly and helpful"||(in 87 reviews)|
|"Great location and information help"||(in 50 reviews)|
|"No designated smoking area."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"The room is really dirty."||(in 30 reviews)|
|"Staff- poor service, rude and mostly unhelpful."||(in 17 reviews)|
|beautiful architecture||in 34 reviews|
|beautiful but our room||in 4 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 10 reviews|
|building and the history||in 52 reviews|
|club lounge||in 40 reviews|
|designated smoking area||in 10 reviews|
|downtown la||in 19 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 141 reviews|
|great location||in 134 reviews|
|historic hotel||in 262 reviews|
|nice lobby||in 65 reviews|
|old world charm||in 17 reviews|
|public spaces||in 22 reviews|
|room service||in 71 reviews|
|room was small||in 197 reviews|
|staff was very helpful||in 169 reviews|
|valet parking||in 76 reviews|
Old tired room noisy
Lobby and bar
Room small poor bathroom facilities
An overall fantastic hotel
The staff were very friendly, the dining was outstanding, and the hotel itself was gorgeous.
Nothing about the hotel, just L.A. itself.
Nice room , but with no view. Lovely hotel.
Air conditioner was very cold.
Beautiful, historic, cozy, quiet and convenient
The Millennium Builtmore had been on my bucket list for years and it did not disappoint. It’s a beautiful, historic hotel similar to those one might find in San Francisco. It’s not like a cookie cutter Marriott or other chain type, it has character all it’s own. I’ll be back!
I loved the history of the hotel
I wish the hotel had another place to eat
Classy and classic
Great stay overall!
Historical, well maintained, beautiful hotel!
Slightly small rooms, fridge would be good in the room.
While in los Angeles for the day me and my girlfriend decided to stay the night. Found this place in kayak and it was a great deal so we stayed. Best decision of my trip!
Didn't like that parking was so expensive but you take the good with the bad,
Couple surprise charges
The lobby was beautiful.
The room I stayed in was old. Had a cob web in the corner. Charged $45 for valet parking without notifying me explicitly. Charged 10 a day for wifi access.
The room was very comfortable and in general very nice. The staff was extremely kind. The cleaning staff would always smile and say good morning, and the receptionist was very accommodating. I had many issues actually getting a room upfront, but the receptionist was thankfully very patient and helpful.
It's a nice hotel, but it feels like it hasn't received a renovation within the past two decades. Mostly in the bathroom, the faucet and shower are very old style, and an upgrade would be nice.
The lobby what's nice as a matter of fact that was the best part of the hotel
The rooms were too small and my windows were very dirty had to keep the shutters closed
THIS HOTEL IS BEAUTIFUL, THE STAFF WAS GREAT, GOOD LOCATION, FOR DOWNTOWN BUSINESS.
THE BATHROOM WAS OLD, AND SMALL, NO COUNTER SPACE FOR TOILETRIES, IT ALSO HAD NOT BEEN CLEANED VERY WELL, I'M BLONDE, AND AS SOON AS I WALKED INTO THE BATHROOM, THERE WAS A LONG BLACK HAIR IN THE SINK. STAFF DID COME RIGHT AWAY TO CLEAN. YOU COULD NOT WORK THE REMOTE CONTROL FOR THE TV FROM THE BED, BATTERIES MAY HAVE BEEN LOW, I DON'T KNOW. ICE MACHINE, WAS ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE HOTEL, AND DOWN ONE FLIGHT OF STAIRS.
Across from Pershing Square in the heart of L.A.'s Financial District, the Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles has been frequented by celebrities, presidents, artists and dignitaries for 90 years now. This landmark hotel, with stately columns and a mixture of Spanish-Italian Renaissance Revival and Beaux Arts architecture, has hosted film and TV productions as well as Academy Awards ceremonies. Glamour in the heart of downtown L.A The history of this prestigious hotel is displayed in photos revealing the heritage of L.A's hospitality and film industry. Each of the 683 guest rooms is equipped with luxurious bedding, marble bathrooms and satellite televisions. Club Rooms offer access to the private Club Lounge, which includes breakfast, afternoon snacks and office services for business travelers. The Roman-style indoor swimming pool is heated to perfection, and the lobby and common areas exude European charm with rich color schemes, antique furnishings and hand-painted ceilings. With 70,000 square feet of flexible banquet and meeting space amid stylish 1920s decor, the hotel often hosts private and large-scale corporate events. The knowledgeable concierge staff can help newcomers to the city plan their itineraries and book tickets for nearby attractions. Nearby attractions Just a block away from the hotel, the Metro Red Line takes visitors to Universal Studios and Union Station. Closer by are the L.A. Live entertainment complex, the Ahmanson Theater, Walt Disney Concert Hall and Dodger Stadium.
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