We arrived at the Hoxton in November and stayed for a week in Downtown Los Angeles. The location of the hotel is on Broadway and that comes with an unfortunate homeless problem. The area has a number of bars and restaurants with the Wood Spoon being a personal favourite and Grand Central Market being a must visit just down the road. The Hotel staff were all very friendly and attentive. The room and pool facilities were exactly what I would expect and we basically had the pool to ourselves being British, in LA, in November. I really enjoyed my experience in Los Angeles and the Hoxton absolutely played a part in that.
Friendly and super responsive staff made my stay at The Hoxton perfect. I travel a lot for work and stay at many different hotels. I can honestly say that because of the staff, I would go out of my way to recommend The Hoxton as an excellent hotel choice in DTLA.
Would deff recommend if you’re traveling as a couple. Room decor was so cute and staff is so welcoming and friendly! Walkable to many other things and Uber or Lyft is also convenient to grab if you need it.
The only reason I didn't give a five is due to the late coffee shop opening, and lack of drink options. They were out of a lot of drink ingredients during my three night stay, and didn't offer a simple breakfast option, besides pastries + baked goods. However, the entire atmosphere is beautiful, especially the rooftop! The food was SO delicious! Highly recommend the Queso, Avocado, and Salmon Skewers!
I spent a week at the Hoxton for a series of meetings and felt like I was at a home-away-from-home. The room was stylish yet comfy with a luxurious bed and lovely details like a retro bluetooth speaker for the iphone. Shower was phenomenal. But the real standout was the staff -- every single person I interacted with -- from the valet attendant to the front desk managers to the housekeepers were uniformly warm and welcoming. Kyle, who managed our meetings in "The Apartment" was a total star!
staff is friendly, roof terrace was fun, tho pool is small and chilly. Cabra restaurant on roof was quite good. we chose bigger room with two twin beds. room was just ok: no real closet, nowhere to set suitcase (they need a foldable suitcase stand). nice little table, but only one chair. room phone didnt work. we took elevator to front desk and they brought us a 2nd chair.
I traveled to LA to see a show in DTLA and really struggled to find a place that didn't break the bank and wasn't in a neighborhood deemed "scary". I had some other place in mind but by the time I wanted to book, it wasn't available. And I'm so glad it wasn't! From the moment I walked in, passed the valet and doorman, and on to the front desk, I was greeted with genuine warmth and cheer! Matthew was an absolute delight and so helpful! I loved the room, the neighborhood was very convenient for my needs and I felt very safe at all times. Room service dinner was absolutely delicious! I highly recommend this experience. Yes, experience. It's not just a place. When in LA, do DTLA at The Hoxton!
Hotel is close to all types of transport. The rooms are large and very clean. The rooftop bar and restaurant is fantastic. The staff are super friendly. The area is very safe to walk around at all times.
This was a very good hotel in a great location and the rooms were good. Could do with better fridges as ours didn’t keep items cold and also the coffee provided was terrible and we had to ask for it. What 1st class hotel only has decaf……..yuk
The Hoxton is an English chain that incoporates the English style and wit. They have 4 sizes of room (cozy to roomiest - their categories). Design is upscale. Rooms have refrigerator stocked with canned water & milk for your pour over coffee (no decaf) or tea from a tea kettle - no charge for any. Valet parking is worth it for the in & out privileges. If you book through the hotel you can schedule any time for check in and check out - no extra charge! Be aware that they did not appear to have porters and everything is done electronically from check-in, check-out to QR codes in room to explain amenities or how things work (quirky toggle switches for lights & old fashioned looking radio that must connect to your phone to use) but the staff was extremely helpful (kuddoes to Mathew & Brittany who went out of way to help us old-schoolers). Be aware that this is downtown LA and a few blocks away is the LA version of Calcuta that spills over to Broadway but the visible security at the hotel and surrounding hotels kept us feeling safe. For people who want an altered reality there is a dispensary directly across the street and a CVS on the corner of the block that has a liquor section. Also, if you have a dog (which we did) there is no charge and the staff couldn't have been friendlier!…