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The staff was interested in helping people, Good availibiity for tours...couldn't be a better place in L A to stay for a Hostel,
I never stayed there. I tried to cancel since I learned that parking was additional across the street for $17 - no street parking if you have a car. A hostel shouldn't cost this much. I was better off just paying $60 at a cheap hotel/motel and have a room to myself! I wish I could get that money back. :(
I loved the location, fair price, good services, many value visitors informations. Lovely building. I felt safe. Non
a round hotel is expencive. this hotel is a little cheep
It was one of the niciest hostels I have ever stayed at and it was right in the heart of things in Santa Monica including the beach!
The location is perfect, directly in Santa Monica, one block to the ocean... Crowd is nice there, too
The front desk help was awesome...whatever I needed they helped with...cab, directions etc. The bed was extremely hard! The wi-fi connection was poor.
the price was good. staff were helpful at explaining how to get around the city etc the beds weren't the most comfortable i've ever slept in but it's a hostel so u get what u expect really
be in contact with a lot of nice people from all round the world..The enviroment was so nice.. the breackfast was very good. If you want u cant store your food in the hostel's fridges and cook it when ever you want in the big kitchen!!
Basic but centrally located hostel
toilet and room is clean. good location. provide breakfast. nice common area. staff is helpful no wifi in the room
Great location, great staff, and great people staying at this cool LA hostel Shared bathrooms are a bit awkward
Great location and price. Pleasant staff. Very clean. Surprisingly quiet. Long flights of stairs to room. Very slippery tiled shower floors -- I fell! $2 extra for towels.
Nothing Everything. The minute we get there we are ignored for a good 15min while the front desk flirted with a girl in the lobby. We are finally helped, but with attitude from the minute I opened my mouth to check in. Then we were told I had to have a passport to check in. I provided my out of state drivers license and was told that still wasn't enough. They had to have an itinerary showing that I planned on leaving. Nothing on the website we used to book advised anything about having to provide a passport and i have stayed at sevreal hostels around the US and never once did they require a passport to stay at their establisment. I even double checked my itinerary details when we left to see if there was any disclaimer. We ended up just cancelling our reservations as long as they didn't charge us. The guy checking us in was rude the entire time and had little to no care if we stayed. Never again.
Great breakfast, and very clean all around. Super helpful and friendly staff. Lockers in the room for your valuables and a really soft blanket! The beds were pretty good and there were sockets in between each bed with room for about 6 plugs. Everyone showers in the morning so the water gets really cold. This is not their fault though:)
So, to start off, let me say that this is not a hotel. It's a cheap way to share a room with seven other people and have a little base of operations to explore from. The thing that impressed me most was how clean it was. Every time I went anywhere in the hostel, there was someone cleaning something. I felt very comfortable in that. Also, having a lot of internationals around makes for great conversation. And the staff was very friendly and helpful. Great stay overall! The only thing I didn't really enjoy as much (and this really couldn't be avoided) was sharing a room with 7 people. Not that they weren't nice; just the awkwardness of not having much privacy and trying not to make much noise when you come in late or head out early. Other than that, it was great.
I slept just fine and other guests were respectful. It took a while for the employee to greet me outside. He also promised to bring me a towel, and never did. I never saw him again to be able to remind him.
They provided towels which is nice The house smelled weird the first day when I walked in. There were signs in the bathroom that said there would be a $50 charge if the floor was wet which is more than how much it is to actually stay there. There was a bug on my bed the next morning and I flicked it off so I didn't get to see what kind of bug it was. Either a small spider or I hope it wasn't a bed bug
It was cheap I didn't feel safe walking around the area. Went back to the hostel 'restaurant' which served a virtually inedible burger. Parking is limited and not assigned. Typical hostel bathrooms. I wouldn't go back!
Horrible rude service. Shuttle two hours late when they kept telling us twenty minutes, asked by both driver and front desk attendant "you know there are taxis right?" Very unprofessional
Just the price The room with 20 beds was smelling bad, all dirty, bathroom disgusting.
Price Free shuttle to and from LAX One staff was rude (but the rest were nice) Other guests in dorm not quiet Took them about 55 min to pick me up 15 guys in bunk beds in double wide trailer with one toilet But hey it was 19.38 If you want better the. You'll pay at least 3x as much but if you want a place to sleep then it's unbeatable
I booked a bed before I read the small print about no one over 30 can stay here. I realized this 2 days before I was scheduled to stay so I contacted management. I never heard anything back from them at all I landed in LA and drove to the address listed for the site and still couldn't find the place. Tried to call but again no contact with management at all. Address listed was in the heart of inglewood and a very shady area. The address given looked like an abandoned building and definitely nothing like the pictures that are posted. So after being unable to find the place and no contact from management,I got to sleep in the rental car for the night. When I got up the next morning I checked and was charged for the stay on my credit card. Love paying for nothing. The absolute worst part of my trip and I plan on disputing the charge on my credit card. Maybe I had the address wrong or it was listed incorrectly but some kind of communication from management would have been helpful.
Not a single thing! You would sleep better at the airport! Too many people in a room. Bathroom was filthier than an NYC subway bathroom. No towels provided. The blankets made me feel like theyd been taken from a molested child and donated. Cerfew not enforced or observed. 50-60 year old men hitting on girls 18-25. Disgusting. Staff were no help with locating my room, rules, accomdations.
Drug dealers and prostitutes around pool area. Had a gun pulled on me outside in the daytime. Going out at night was clearly not an option.
The free shuttle to LAX and champagne coupon. Ultra cheap dorm rate** free watered down coffee. Oh where to begin. The place is located in a undesirable part of town. It looks run down and seems to be more of a place that people stay long term vs a couple of days or so. They have cats everywhere, I literally counted 14 pussies roaming the property. Don't get me wrong I love cats, but I don't think it looks right at all. The dorms stunk and for a 20 bed dorm only to have one bath is totally unacceptable. And the staff could go through some customer service training. Really that's referred to the night crew as the day crew was ok with me. They have lockers for a reason, use it!!!
Cheap housing, pool There are several things but like I said you get what you pay for
Cheap,a pool if you're into it, a shuttle to the airport. A little sketch, not the cleanest. You get what you pay for though, fine for the money.
Ir was ok for a budget place didnt feel too safe in the hotel surroundings in the night...
Great Location and staff and fellow travelers
The people at the lodge were really amazing. They were friendly and could answer a lot of questions. Dom is the events coordinator there at the hostel and he used to take everyone out for nightly events which allowed poeple to interact with each other. There were people from many different countries and it was interesting to share their perspective on things. The beachside views was fantastic. The music around reminds you of san Francisco in the 60's. They also have free breakfast in the morning, a separate room if you want to store huge luggage and a common room where people from different rooms can talk to each other during the day. At $35 per night, i think that its a good deal compared to the expensive hotels in LA The spring beds were really not that comfortable. I didn't get much sleep. Also there is just 1 shared bathroom for 8 rooms which could get cramped up somtimes. Add to that, those bathrooms get clogged often. I also had to struggle in getting the door open as the key would not fit in completely. The vending machine is out of order.
Oasis hostel name was not displayed in front gate. It was visible in back gate.
Clean and close to the bus stop, owner let me leave my suitcase in her place after check out and pick it up later so I didnt have to travel with it all around LA Not enough space for baggage and unpacking and way too many beds in one room
Owners are nice Low end hostel