It's not the Ritz but it will do for those on a budget.
The location is good not because of the depressed neighborhood it's in but because it is very close to the Metro system, the downtown sights: Walt Disney Concert Hall, Union Station, City Hall, Olvera Street, and old LA Chinatown where food is a
What could improve is the breakfast situation which is less than expected but not exactly horrible.
If you are picky about everything this is not the place for you to stay but for those looking for a bargain and are flexible about details it's is a good choice.
It is not a place to bring lots of little children as there is no place for them to play.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Any of the late hour Chinese restaurants such as the Mayflower and for those who prefer a more American menu the famous Phillipe's where you meet lots of people from all parts of the city and around the world.
I happen to have a disability that makes walking difficult .
The location of motel isn't in a bad location but the parking garage is real difficult to get to motel from.
The elevator was not working so if I hadnt had a person with me I would
never attempted to climb all those stairs with my luggage.
They charged for parking which I don't believing in paying extra for to stay at a motel.
We arrived real late which they were aware of and they didn't have anyone there to help with luggage .
We had to climb 3 flights of stairs with all our luggage because we didn't know if anything would be safe if left in vehicle
The TV Picture had a lot of snow.
we thought the shop's inside the BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn where nice untill a loud drunk couple stopted me from sleeping.
The shower door frame fell apart.
Parking $ 10.00