On this occasion I stayed at this Motel 6, finding the room and adjacent offices neat, clean and well staffed. The rooms are not typical Motel 6 rooms, i.e. containing small refrigerator, microwave and better bed. That to say a little more pricey and more upscale in contrast to most Motel 6's I've had the opportunity to stay at. I'm sure if you've stayed at one of these establishments the bed surly could be better and a microwave wouldn't hurt, but Motel 6 is in business to make money, in-spite of the changing temperament of the customer base, which if like me finds $60 a night at the threshold of Motel expenses vs $120 night for the aforementioned in South El Monte, CA. Based on the monetary rate, I would not patronize this establishment again, i.e. it's Motel 6 and not the Hilton in Miami, FL.…
I stayed at the Motel 6 for two nights. It was not that noisy. The price of the room was reasonable, it was clean and comfortable. The flooring was nice. The furniture was nice too. Also the bed was comfy. The decor was pleasant. The rooms looked newly renovated and the staff were friendly. I would come here again.
We needed one night in the Los Angeles area before continuing our road trip and found this property online so we took a chance with it. Our room was clean and located just off the highway so it was conveniently located though there is some noice from traffic. Be advised that there is no breakfast and we didn't even see any morning coffee offered (no coffee maker in the room either). I thought the rate was a bit high for what was offered but I guess it was ok for the Los Angeles area and at least it was clean.
Got two rooms, one was ok, the other one had no microwave and the a/c barely worked. They don't care about their customers. I Was towed there late on Thursday because freightliner doesn't have anywhere to drop trailers, towtruck left my trailer there and I checked in, and truck was taken to freightliner. Then Friday morning before checkout time, I went to pay for another day and they tell me "Oh we're sold out, we already rented your room to someone else. You have to leave." So I say what am I supposed to do with my trailer, I was towed in here??... Oh, that's $45 a day to leave your trailer here, if you don't have a room. Couldn't bother to tell me any of this until 11am and start charging for the trailer in the parking lot at 12noon. Completely absurd.