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I first reviewed this hotel in April 2012 and wrote about the key differences between it and our other favorite hotel, The Standard. Here is the link:
I stayed here again in Dec I want to cover a few things I didn't mention before....More
8 Thank uglybettyfan
Response from bertuno, Owner at Hotel FigueroaResponded 20 December 2012
" Hotel Figueroa is like a readhead in a sea of blondes ". How perfect. Absolutely perfect. Never heard a better description. Who said blondes have more fun. I am having so much fun that I can't wait to come to work.Just installed a computer...More
This hotel was reasonably priced and super-close to the convention center. The decor was an interesting, unique moroccan theme, and the party/gathering space in the basement was fairly awesome for our convention party. Beyond that though, there's not that much good to say. Rooms were...More
Thank Benjamin O
Response from bertuno, Owner at Hotel FigueroaResponded 1 December 2012
Clueless..the staff remembers you because you were so devastatingly handsome but had some difficulty understanding you due to your Boston accent. So basically you intimidated them. We do accept lots and lots of packages, system seems to work, nothing has ever disappeared and we don't...More
PRO: close to the convention center (if you are attending a convention); decent bed.
CON: this is the first time in my 30 years of travel that I have encountered a concrete floor in my bedroom (albeit there was a small throw rug on the...More
Response from bertuno, Owner at Hotel FigueroaResponded 10 November 2012
Actually our guests love our cement floors with the Persian rugs. It is clean,,this is the original cement floor that we have treated with a lithocrome acid stain and then sealed with a wet seal laquer sealer. The results are frankly astounding ,,remember we are...More
We weren't quite sure what to expect when we made reservations here. The staff was very accommodating and friendly. Walking in this hotel took my breath away - in a good way. I felt as though I was in another country. The Moroccan style was...More
Thank Audrey B
Response from bertuno, Owner at Hotel FigueroaResponded 8 November 2012
Thank you for taking time out to write. Everything you say is correct. Have had some difficulty as of late to get thick bathtowels. They don't make them in the US anymore and I think these are from Bangladesh. Otherwise pretty caught up on everything....More
- Really hip ambiance. It truly does give you a Moroccan feel.
- Patrons seemed diverse and interesting
- Parking is only $12 with in and out privileges
- I was not excited to have to make my reservation by sending Uno my...More
2 Thank blissfork
Response from bertuno, Owner at Hotel FigueroaResponded 30 October 2012
A few comments. First of all Elyse and I take all reservations. We are in the hotel. know every room and are fluent in English. Every room in this hotel is faux finished. For you to say that lighting is low to hide a bad...More
US$ 354 - US$ 590 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#38 Luxury Hotel in Los Angeles
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