The trendy boutique Shelter Hotel Los Angeles is just right for its location in eclectic Koreatown -- tucked away from the hustle and bustle of L.A., yet very central to many of the city's attractions. Free parking on the premises is a breath of fresh air for guests who've rented cars -- most of L.A.'s hotels charge a tidy sum to park.
In the Heart of Koreatown
Designed by Lisa Strong, this unassuming hotel surprises its guests with spacious, comfortable rooms, along with apartments designed for longer stays. Contemporary decor is accentuated by unique contemporary furniture, comfortable pillow-top beds, and chic bathrooms. In-room amenities include big flat screen televisions with over 100 channels and iPod docking stations. WiFi is free and works well. Shelter Hotel Los Angeles is perfect for those in search of some peace and quiet and convenience at a reasonable price.
The hotel is two blocks from Wilshire Boulevard and its plentiful shopping, and is less than a four mile drive from Universal Studios, Hollywood, and Downtown L.A. Shelter Hotel is also quite well-connected by public transportation to the rest of the city, making it possible to get around without a car (a rarity in L.A.). While here, don't forget to explore the trendy neighborhood of Koreatown, with its winding streets, non-English signage, and interesting places to shop and dine.
Bedsheets looked dirty and got stained
Cute and cozy
A little further away than we thought but it was fine
Shower water backed up
it is close to philippine immigratio..
the restroom has no exhaust fan, parking is small the room that we got smells like piss, hate the wood floor