Overview of Holiday Inn Los Angeles - Lax Airport
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Travel with ease from your Los Angeles hotel to LAX International Airport. This private transfer will save you time and hassle when you need to get from your hotel to the airport. Service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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everything is good but neighborhood is kinda located in ghetto area. so I couldn't sleep well because of noise from outside. people do wheel spin a lot and especially loud exhaust sound. and I surprised that holiday inn charges parking fee for staying guest. this is the first holiday inn which charges $20 for guest. I've stayed 5 different holiday inn and different city.
If anyone is looking for a great deal on hotels you can check it out on HotelRaven. com Booked a room on there and they had the best rates around... everything is good but neighborhood is kinda located in ghetto area. so I couldn't sleep well because of noise from outside. people do wheel spin a lot and especially loud exhaust sound. and I surprised that holiday inn charges parking fee for staying guest. this is the first holiday inn which charges $20 for guest. I've stayed 5 different holiday inn and different city.
Location is the only real positive, it is close to LAX. The rooms are dated, the bathroom is small, and the service is poor and it costs more per night than is justified. We requested 2 queen rooms over a month prior to arrival and got 1 king. 4 of us don't fit on a king so we had to order a rollaway. That meant 3 had to sleep on the king, not ideal. The area is also sketchy. Despite the name of the hotel, try to find better options.
Older hotel in a not so nice area. It is very close to the airport/rental car return though so that is convenient. There is a few gas stations around as well. The hotel itself has it's own restaurant/bar but I did not get to try it. It is probably pretty decent though judging all of the other Holiday Inn restaurants.
I stayed at this hotel in 2016 and after a night of gunshots outside, I vowed to never stay here again. I accidentally booked a room here again last week and never even realized it was the same hotel...The location is good for getting to the airport and it's a nice middle point for what I was doing which was hanging out at Venice Beach, a concert at the Staples Center, and driving to San Diego. However, the actual area is extremely sketchy. When we were there last year we went to pick up a pizza at Pizza Hut about a mile away and when we got there they had a deposit box like at a bank...You had to talk to employees behind bullet proof glass and the pizza was sent through a sliding drawer...that's the best way for me to paint the picture for this area. The actual hotel isn't a dump, but it's well on it's way to being one. The guestrooms and floors are all dirty, the lobby looks like it was renovated maybe 20 years ago? The staff wasn't really rude, but they just do not care at all about the hotel, the guests, or anything. They all seem very disengaged and ready to leave. The parking garage is terrible with a lot of one way routes that you will drive all the way to the end only to not find a spot and be forced to try to turn your car around and I don't see how it would be possible in an SUV or truck. The cherry on top to my resignation from this hotel was when I went to the business center to print concert tickets and the printer didn't work and the instructions were in Spanish. The printer itself looked older than the city of Los Angeles. Maintenance couldn't fix it, so they told me to email the tickets to the front desk, which wasn't possible. I just went to the concierge desk and printed them myself. People started coming up asking me questions about LA thinking I worked there, and we all had a good laugh when I told them I don't work there and they said that's funny because you are the only nice person we have spoken to at this hotel. So after my volunteering was over, I went to leave the hotel and got stuck at the parking gate. I checked in on a Friday night and I didn't have a car. I decided to rent one Saturday and I called the hotel to ask them if I need a pass or what I need to do. They said don't worry about it. I don't have to do anything. I have 3 cars behind me and hit the help button and they tell me I am going to have to come into the hotel to get a validation. The lady's name was Velissa and she was completely useless. I asked why this wasn't mentioned when I called earlier? She just kept saying "that's fine" over and over and i'm like what are you even talking about? What's fine?? It didn't even make sense. I went into the hotel to get the validation and apologized to everyone behind me. They were all very understanding after I explained the situation and we had a common bond in the fact that it was unanimous no one in line cared for the hotel or it's staff. I couldn't ever possibly stay here again and will triple check next year or whenever I go back that it's not this hotel that I'm staying at. Please look into renovating the hotel, re-do the parking garage to expand it and add security, and maybe ask the staff to try to at least pretend to not hate life while they are at work.