Needed an upscale, business hotel for one night in LA in order to make an early studio call. Over the weekend, hotels in the financial district tend to have great rates, and this one cost me about $125. Not bad for a modern, boutique hotel. The
only issue was the party going on downstairs, which was on the floor below me at the club. That ended around midnight, though.
the rooms were ok, tried to be contemporary, but just slightly off. the shower was funky and the city view was of the building across the street since it's only 5 floors total. for the price it wasn't bad!
My boyfriend and I needed a place to stay over night by the Nokia theater because we went to go see a concert. The place is kind of difficult to find but the staff was very helpful in directing me to them. The location is great if you are in that
area to go to the Staples Center or the Nokia. You can park next door for a whole day for $11 and it is a secure location. There are plenty of 24 hour restaurants in walking distance too.
When I got there and my ipod wasnt working with the ipod stereo so they were more than happy to help us by trading out our stereo. I honestly think it was just my ipod that didnt work and not their equipment.
We had a long night and didnt get much rest and we asked for a later check out time and they had no problem extending it!
The rooms were very unique in comparison to the average hotel. I liked the design and every room is slightly different. I felt "at home" with their set up and I felt very comfortable there!
The room was comfortable, although small. Location is great; walking distance from all downtown destinations. In room TV was very limited. If other options were available they were not easily accessible. Room service menu was, well, a little "shi
shi" for us, highly eclectic, so LA. We weren't there for any of that and expect to stay again next time we need to stay overnight in downtown LA.