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Crown Airport Hotel

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We needed a shower and a sleep after a long flight; we could have neither here. The first thing that hit us was the smell. No tea or coffee making facilities but lots of alcohol. Neither the shower or the bath were useable (see photos) and the carpet filthy. The shuttle took over an hour to get to us and we were too exhausted to do anything but throw our coats on the bed to lie on.

The staff was Great! Its under New Management! A Big Guy runs the Place, he and his staff makes you feel safe. The huge heated pool is amazing. they are in the process of updating all their rooms, restaurant, lobby, etc.. For the money this place is great. when the new stadium open I'm sure the parties will be epic around the pool. you are close to all the major beaches, shopping, the forum, Hollywood park casino...

We realise this hotel is inexpensive but it would be worth paying slightly more to not have the issues below: Cockroaches in rooms Ants in kitchen area Wifi is terrible Free breakfast is a muffin and coffee Car parking is limited if you miss out go, try and find it on the st False advertising ie no free popcorn, cookies, cake and dinner buffet is free appetisers If you don’t enjoy natural plant aromas this is not the place for you.

If you want to sleep in a buggy bed in a filthy room, this place perfect. For anyone with a desire to be robbed, you won't be disappointed. However, if you want a clean room in a safe place, go somewhere else. This place shouldn't be on any travel site ever. It's dangerous on so many levels, I cant get them all down in 1 review. I there were a zero, that would be my "star" rating. Save yourself. STAY SOMEWHERE ELSE!

Arrived and was impressed with the foyer and check in area. On getting to the room my impression changed and the decor and furniture were from 2 generations ago however it was clean. They had coffee making facilities but paper and plastic cups. The bed was comfy and I got a good night sleep which is always a bonus at an airport hotel. In summary okay for a business traveller on a quick overnight but really needs a refresh of the rooms.

BEWARE! I stayed here once about 20 years ago when it really looked like a youth hostel. Thought I would try it again as I was stuck at LAX having missed the last amtrak train. Mistake! Given the choice between the 8-bed dormitory for $34 or a single room for $125 (Ahem! How many backpackers can afford that?), I chose the former, only to find that there was a ghetto man smoking in front of the door to the room and other ghetto types inside taking up the beds. First off, at other youth hostels in California I have visited, YOU HAVE TO HAVE A FOREIGN PASSPORT or, failing that, a recent plane ticket showing you have traveled abroad. YOUTH HOSTELS ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE FOR NATIVE CITIZENS ON WELFARE! Next, I was told that there were no lockers. That's wonderful, since I had two suitcases and a top bunk and the only way I could have kept my things from being stolen was to have slept with the suitcases in bed with me. Even then, I could have been mugged. Since the single room was beyond my budget, I asked for my money back. "Sorry, we don't give refunds for short stays", I was told. This wasn't a "short stay"---it was a "non-stay". (Makes me wonder what the "short-stays" entail, by the way. Prostitution? Drug deals?) The receptionist told me to contact the manager if I was dissatisfied. Fine, but she only worked in the day. Called her the next day. Sorry, only owner (Frank) could refund my money. (Passing the buck enough here?) Called Frankie, only to be told by him that I should dial my own phone number and tell myself what I just told him and see if I would believe it. Then a curt "Goodbye" and hanging up. I have often been told not to throw good money after bad. Be glad I only lost $34. I could have had my possessions stolen. One final note, while waiting for the shuttle back to LAX, in their PARKING LOT (!), a car pulled up to me and a ghetto woman screamed "Show me your watch!". I said I didn't have one, which was the truth. I was lucky I wasn't shot. STAY AWAY! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. Better to pass a sleepless night at LAX (one of the least comfortable airports in the world, by the way) than to stay here.

Don't hope a shuttle will pick you at the airport. They hanged up the phone when I've tried to know how long we needed to wait more. We have waited 1h30 there without seeing any shuttle. We had time to read reviews and decided to book somewhere else.

Their ads make it sound good but in reality it’s gotten run down since I stayed there over 20 years ago. Be warned about the shuttle. It took 3 calls and an hour and 47 minutes to arrive at the airport...not appreciated after a 12 hour flight. The first time I called the clerk just hung up on me. On the way back to the airport the next day it had to return to the hotel before reaching the airport as the driver had forgotten some of the guests. You pass by strange people sitting next to the pool that appear stoned on the way to your room. They must have problems with a lot of their guests as they ask for an additional $35 refundable deposit and have the maids inspect the room each time someone checks out. My room was okay but well worn...examples in the bathroom- if something rusted, oh well or if the toilet paper holder broke they just set the roll on something. The breakfast is a muffin and coffee. The advertised “gourmet jelly” consists of the same little packets of grape jelly that everyone else has. The bed was comfortable and room spacious, but for the price it should have been.

Our room was excellent. Beds were so comfortable. We didn't have time to go outside of our Hotel, we just stayed one night because we were flying home the next morning. We ate in the hotel, too expensive. One small pizza and side salds for 2 ran $40. and 2 donuts and 2 teas for breakfast ran almost $20.

We stayed at this hotel for one night, thank God, only one, for a concert at the Staples Center. The building is old, and nasty, it seems it used to be an apartment complex. The rooms stink really bad, the bathroom door was falling a part. The beds are so hard, and they smell bad. Parking is located in the back of the property, if you are there during a busy weekend, good luck getting out of that small cramped lot, which by the way it’s full of cats. We saw about 8 cats roaming around and sleeping on top of cars at night. I will not be coming back to this nasty place, I do believe the City needs to do an inspection of this place, I don’t even think it’s safe to stay there security and health wise. And to put the cherry on top, their staff is very rude and not helpful at all, we needed directions to find a close business and her response was “don’t know”. Stay away!

W Century Blvd,4200 Inglewood California

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Los Angeles Forum
  • WiFi in public areas (fees apply)
  • 24-hour front desk

Crown Airport Hotel places you within a short walk of Hollywood Park Casino and within a mile (2 km) of Los Angeles Forum. This 74-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a 24-hour front desk.


Property features

Guests of Crown Airport Hotel enjoy features like WiFi in public areas. Onsite parking is offered for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready.

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Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

24.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 621 reviews

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