Finding an ideal hotel in Los Angeles does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Oxford Palace Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Oxford Palace Hotel offer a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, room service, and shops are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Oxford Palace Hotel, parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Hollywood Forever Cemetery (2.2 mi) and Staples Center (2.6 mi) make Oxford Palace Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Los Angeles.
If you like wine bars, Oxford Palace Hotel is conveniently located near Bacaro LA, Della Terra, and Severance Melrose.
Should time allow, Koreatown, Wiltern Theatre, and St. Sophia Orthodox Cathedral are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Oxford Palace Hotel puts the best of Los Angeles at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
My family and I have stayed at this hotel for years and years and never had a problem until recently. When confronted about a charging mistake, a new front desk employee by the name of James Choi turned AGGRESSIVE AND HOSTILE, even in the presence of the hotel owner and manager. We tried to resolve the issue asap as soon as we realized he was almost trying to physically harm us. We made a complaint to make sure the owner knew that this employee was not made for this role and that he should be fired, for everyone's sake. A recent family friend had the SAME PROBLEM with the same employee. We were going to stay there again next month but since we found he still works there, we will be staying elsewhere. PLEASE be aware of this if you choose to stay in this hotel!!!!
In every way it was bad. Light switches to elevator did not work... parking takes acrobat talents. Neighborhood was scary. Room was unpleasant, no proper lighting for getting ready. Bathroom was hot... I can keep going. Will NOT recommend. Only one good thing, I came across 3 staffs and all were friendly.
Stayed here for 5 days 4 nights with my wife on honeymoon and loved the hotel. Centrally located in Koreatown, very safe and little noise. 5 min walk to Purple Line subway and 24/7 pharmacies like CVS and Denny's. Oxford Plaza is Korean plaza nearby. Clean and new bedding, HUGE washroom and clean facilities. Water pressure is very good but the water is hard, like the rest of LA. Decent prices too.
Was great! .....Friendly staff looks very nineties walking distance to bars. .......And. Restaurants valet parking for .....9.95. Great room, spacious , bathroom ...clean! ....we’re 4 in one room and the reception move us to a bigger room’ great service
Very pleased with the value for the money, and a convenient location. Just a short walk to Wilshire Blvd. and the Metro Purple Line train. Prime location for exploring Koreatown and its many eateries. Easy street access with available parking. Valet service and a welcoming lobby with a few shops - golf accessories, jewelry, and gifts. Coffee shop and sushi restaurant. Friendly, efficient front desk staff, My single king-bed room was quite spacious: desk, two easy chairs, mini-fridge stocked with beverages, and complimentary coffee service. The bathroom was roomy, with a full-size tub/shower, large counter, and Paya toiletries (bar soap, shampoo, conditioner, bath gel, lotion). It's a busy neighborhood, but the traffic noise isn't a problem - just sounds of the city, and the hotel itself is quite calm and quiet. I'm glad I stayed here - it's a great option for the area at a great price.…
First of all this hotel was so good and nice hotel on this class of hotel in Los Angeles. Clean and quiet, convenience for public transportation too. In hotel coffee shop is quiet and good food. First floor Japanese restaurant food is so good not only sushi but casserole is very good. But building is little old still good.
I have to say I was way apprehensive about staying at this hotel (which was locked in based on a pre-paid 'you bid on it and win' transaction). My wariness was based on the preponderance of unforgiving critical reviews ranging from the outdated décor, malodorous-ness, soiled furniture, accusations of fleas and other critters in the rooms. Let me just say, my expectations fell below sea level, and I envisioned something heinous for my mother and me. But, when I walked into the lobby, I smiled a little. And then when I entered into our room (#333), I smiled even more and breathed a sigh of relief. The room was big enough and so was the bathroom with its wall-to-wall counter providing plenty of much-appreciated space for my endless bag-o-toiletries. A side table for in-room dining if you opt for takeout one night, a small fridge for storing leftovers, a desk with hotel stationery, a flat screen TV with ample channels, that's what you'll get in reality. It was not terrible folks. However, the universal comments about the granite bed are accurate. I averted that issue by bringing my own Memory Foam Mattress Topper, a 39.99 investment that I believed was totally worth it. Yes, it is not the Four Seasons, but neither is the price point. I got a fantastic deal of $115/night on the afore-referenced third-party site, and we personally enjoyed our four-night stay. It provided a pleasant base at the end of the day after we set out each morning to explore fabulous places like Malibu and the PCH, the Getty Villa, the curvy Mulholland Drive, Beverly Hills, and an excursion up to Palm Springs. I happened to like the location, which is in the gritty, but safe heart of Koreatown. So, surprise...its reception desk is staffed by bilingual (maybe trilingual) employees, attracts a Korean clientele, and offers Asian dining fare. If this provokes discomfort or dissatisfaction in you as a traveler, this is probably not the place to stay. Don't stay here either if your ideal of a hotel is to lounge, luxuriate and linger in bed, order room service with a Champagne breakfast, and work on your tan by the pool (I don't think there is one). A couple of tips: Valet is reasonable at $9/night, but I was able to find street parking along Oxford Street, 8th Street, etc. For lunch/dinner options when you prefer something within walking distance, I recommend: Pollo a la Brasa on Western Ave across the street. Damn son, as juicy a chicken as you will dig into, served with a fiery and delectable green sauce. Slurpin' Ramen - lots of ramen to be had in LA, but you can be first in line by just walking the two minutes it takes from the lobby.…
I can't speak to longer stays, food, or anything else since we only crashed here one night. But for that one night it was perfect. Check-in was quick, staff was courteous, valet parking was cheap, the room was clean and the hotel conveniently located near the venue of the show we were in town to see. The bed was weirdly firm, but not so much that I couldn't sleep on it, and for the price and convenient location that's a trade-off I don't mind making. Can definitely recommend.
Outdated decor and a bed like a rock. Carpeting through was old and soiled. Staff was fine. Parkin was fine. Restaurant Was overpriced. Woulg not repeat Furbiture wo n down to bare wood. One UCB outlet only located on TV
This hotel was probably stunning about 20 years ago - but not it just feels tired, grubby and unloved. The staff were friendly enough....however, most didn't seem to speak English. When someone is on reception in an English speaking country, it's not helpful. We'd just been travelling for 18 hours, so having to explain lots of things several times was a little frustrating.