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Arrived with more bags than one person can handle. No one was there to help with the bags or even open the door. Had to approach the valet who ignored me to learn that
valet parking is $48 per night 😕
Check- in took longer...More
We had a business trip to LA and will not forget this place. It was absolutely fantastic.
The place is just cool and the pool on the roof was rocking on Saturday afternoon.
The staff were great and the food in the restaurant was excellent....More
Hotel is in a good location and the décor and rooms are fine. However, the continental breakfast and guest lounge are really poor. The "guest lounge" is basically a shared kitchen with a few tables and chairs. Nowhere on the website does it tell you...More
Response from Elizabeth P, Manager at Freehand Los AngelesResponded 2 days ago
Hey Chris, thanks for the feedback and we're glad you're still with us as we'd love to work to make the rest of your stay ideal.
I am having trouble finding your reservation though. Feel free to call down, come to the desk or reply...More
Hotel was trendy and clean. We were in room 1000, an odd location right off the elevators. I thought I would hate it but we never heard any elevator noise and it was a great room with lots of natural light. We went to the...More
Thank Laura M
Response from Elizabeth P, Manager at Freehand Los AngelesResponded 4 days ago
Thanks Laura! Always glad to hear about an enjoyable stay :) Very glad the noise was minimal in your room and the natural light great. Hopefully next time you are back the pool is less busy! We look forward to seeing you next time.
Our room had to be one the tiniest rooms we’ve ever stayed in (think college dorm room). Half of the counter space was dedicated to the overpriced snack bar, the mini fridge was slammed full of drinks, and likewise NO counter space in the small...More
Thank Aaron C
Response from Elizabeth P, Manager at Freehand Los AngelesResponded 1 week ago
Hey Aaron, thank you for the feedback and review. I am definitely disappointed we did not meet your expectations. I know booking through Hotwire can land you in some unexpected hotels so you must have been pretty stoked to get a 4 star hotel in...More
Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.
Much like the other travelers have mentioned, I would also recommend taking the Flyaway bus from LAX to Union Station. You can pre-purchase your ticket on their website. I am unable to includ a link, but you can... More
Much like the other travelers have mentioned, I would also recommend taking the Flyaway bus from LAX to Union Station. You can pre-purchase your ticket on their website. I am unable to includ a link, but you can google Flyaway Bus Union Station and it will pull up. From Union Station you can either get a quick cab/Uber ride to our hotel or take the Red Line train and exit at 7th Street Metro Station then walk two blocks to arrive.
Please feel free to give us a call if you need any further help with directions!
yea. what i was getting at is EMPLOYERS are supposed to pay for their employees health insurance, not the customer. and since the prices were not cheap for the food I'm guessing that the management is just pocketing profits.