Pets not allowed.
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Based on 199 reviews
Terrible ,terrible ,terrible Bad hotel, bed bugs,roaches ,crack house . A guest at the hotel fired his gun through the door at police SWAT had to show up .they evacuated the hotel . Rooms are dirty ,carpet and sheets had burn holes . Go somewhere else ,not worth the money .
Everything we needed
This hotel has everything a traveler needs. Our room was clean and had no issues. We got great sleep. Higher room numbers are farther from the road, which produces a decent amount of traffic noise, but that doesn't bother us. Breakfast was simple - cereal, pancakes, pastries, bagels - but the breakfast room was very clean and well taken care of. They printed out several things we needed during our stay at no charge. The location has several local restaurants within walking distance and is centrally located to lots of things. We had a great stay with no issues whatsoever!
Breakfast was terrible, coffee sucked. You need 200 more words on how the breakfast was non existent in my opinion. Did I say the coffee was terrible and they didn't offer water? 178 words so here are a couple more, coffee was terrible?
Wasn’t expecting much but still...
Dirty sheets....couldn’t get the Internet to work even after calling the front desk....room was right by breakfast place (which was barely anything to begin with) so was woken up constantly when breakfast started getting served
Best bit about our stay was Sara’s Wine Bar next door
3x adults, 2x nights Budget accommodation with a continental breakfast included. Unfortunately no fridge in the room and a teeny tub for an ice bucket made it interesting keeping our drinks cold in the summer heat. We used the basin as an ice bucket in the end as the ice bucket provided was not much larger than my teen’s school lunchbox. I found the hotel attendants at reception to be somewhat uninterested in providing any useful information for tourists so I would recommend knowing what it is you want and asking specific and direct questions to save time and frustrations on both sides. I felt vulnerable on the ground floor so close to the main road however there were benefits to this level, too. There will be pros and cons no matter how you look at it. Breakfast is on the first floor and items are the usual - they do run out fast and, in our experience, are not replenished. Breakfast options were cereal, bagels, bread, (spread options include cream cheese and jams) pre-packaged pancakes, pre-packaged muffins, fruit (bananas and apples), tea, coffee, fruit drink (not necessarily juice but “juice”) - standard fare for a continental breakfast. Place an order for dinner with Sara’s Wine Bar next door - better yet, walk the 30 seconds it takes to get there and experience the ambience yourself - it’s a world away from the accommodation. Actually, it was the best thing about staying at Ramada by Wyndham Culver City.