|"Very friendly and helpful staff."||(in 87 reviews)|
|"Friendly staff Very clean rooms."||(in 87 reviews)|
|"The location was perfect!"||(in 82 reviews)|
|"Bad part #2 THERE IS NO PARKING!"||(in 19 reviews)|
|"Charging for bottled water"||(in 5 reviews)|
|"never again in this hotel"||(in 25 reviews)|
Easy check in. Room very comfortable. I like the coffee/tea shop in lobby.
Very clean and quiet. Staff was extremely helpful and nice.
There was no microwave in room
I traveled with my 3 teenage boys and we had enough space and room to feel comfortable. The staff was friendly and accommodating. They allowed us to check in early and supplied extra bedding within a few minutes of requesting it. A taxi was arranged for our travel to the airport and the front staff allowed my son to heat up some food. I was very impressed.
Was able to get an early check-in. My friend left an item in the room and the hotel called to let me know they had it. Location is perfect as there are many restaurants nearby. Plus they have bidets! Enough said!
Overnight parking is $30 but that's probably the going rate for hotels in that area so what can you do?
The mattress and pillows were extremely comfortable. The room was exceptionally clean. I could tell the staff pays close attention to details. Simply beautiful facility. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Great computer/scanner/Wi-Fi.
The parking. We chose not to have valet parking due to the cost. The parking structure next door had a bit of a walk to get back to the hotel and signage was missing but we found our way. Narrow and steep driving in the parking garage. The breakfast was $23.00 which for us was high. I think it should have been in the $10.00 range. For the cost, it would have been nice to have a free continental breakfast. There was no microwave in the room. They have now closed the spa.
The hotel itself is okay. It was clean and convenient.
We had an unpleasant experience with the parking attendant and the front desk person. When we arrived at the hotel, we were told that parking is full. The parking attendant told us directions to park our car. As we followed his instructions, we realized that the lot is a public parking lot. He didn't tell us about this. We asked the parking attendant how much the public lot will cost and he said he doesnt know. So he directed us to park at this parking lot without knowing how much it will cost. Then we went to the front desk to ask, and the front desk person is unsure either...why would you tell your guest to park at that parking lot of you don't know how much it will cost them?! And the cause was because the hotel's parking lot was full when we arrived and we arrived at 6pm which is not terribly late. Never coming back again due to horrible service.
Great location, thin walls!
The location in the heart of Little Tokyo is ideal for a week's worth of adventures! The AC in the rooms kicks on very fast, and they also feature bidet-style restrooms. The executive suites are pretty large and accommodating. The public parking facility is also basically "connected" to the hotel, and is half the price and four times the size of Miyako's garage. Staff is very friendly, and if you are nice and courteous, you will find that they will go the extra mile for you!
The walls were so thin that I heard my neighbor sneeze very clearly. I could also hear full-on conversations from other neighbors (not eavesdropping, just extremely audible). I felt badly for those around me because if I heard a solitary sneeze during the hustle and bustle of mid-day, I can only imagine what my coughing must have sounded like during some parts of the previous night. I should also note that the beds were extremely stiff and unforgiving, this may be a pro for some sleepers, however, depending on preference. Also, the actual walk from the public parking garage to the lobby with bags is sort of, "sucky," for lack of a better word. Especially if you're a girl in heels :( ... There lacks signage on the best/quickest route to Miyako from the garage, and the route is somewhat sketchy at night (again, especially for a woman in heels ... alone). Overall, if there is room, park in the hotel garage and pay the extra fee for safety and convenience.
Great location in Little Tokyo with lots of good restaurants and stores nearby. The staff was friendly and helpful.
The room is a bit dated with a musty smell. There was a panel separated from the wall.
Gem in the heart of Little Tokyo
The Miyako hotel is a comfortable, clean and well-run establishment. The spa offered excellent massages, as well as hot tubs and wet and dry saunas. The staff were impeccable. The location is around the corner from tourist destinations live the Geffen Contemporary and the Japanese-American museum, and the neighborhood is brimming with excellent Japanese food and shops. It's easy to uber anywhere from here.
Downtown LA may shock some, with the numbers of homeless and the mix of sophisticated and gritty all together. That said, it's great to be in a neighborhood with culture and community.
No breakfast included
Great for anime Expo or a Business trip to the lit
Convenient location to little Tokyo shops and restaurants. Thick walls (we partied hard and had no complaints from our neighbors.) Japanese toilets, Spa inside hotel, fast elevators.
Not very spacious rooms, the spa was pretty expensive. For the price I paid I didn't get the kind of service I expected. We requested a spacious room, but our friends room was much larger.
Knowledgeable,friendly staff. Comfy beds. Nice deli and shop. Perfect location. FREE shuttle to E3!
this was one of the cleanest hotels i've ever stayed in the us (no hair in the bed etc), staff very friendly, microlocation (little tokyo) excellent. free internet much appreciated!
This hotel is offering always excellent services & comfotatble rooms for stay. room rate is being reasonable.
The locations was super.
The hotel is old and need some redisigning.
did not have courtesy shuttle to pick up from airport
The location of the hotel is excellent, in an LA area that we didn't know but loved, Little Tokyo, right next to center downtown. Room was very comfortable and had a great valet parking service. Great value for money choice!
Quiet business-like hotel with friendly staff in interesting Little Tokyo neighbourhood with Japanese shops and cool sushibars.
Good location. Hotel meets all normal requirements. Valet service good. Toilet wc controls may be a bit over top !
Insects in central area of reception entrance. At face level. Watch for cleanliness there & elevators. A little bit old fashioned in decor. Tourist desk reception limited - needs encouraging. Expensive but location is good. Breakfast not included. Could be made more attractive to others. Restaurant English descriptions ? Ground floor cafe good location but is not very exciting.
fresh renovated, good location, good breakfast
The friendliness and efficiency of its staff, the tasteful way in which rooms are decorated, the view onto Los Angeles' sky-scrapers, extremely comfortable bed
Old-fashioned and shabby-looking lobby
how quiet it was
wished our room was one with a better view instead of the rooftop.
Miyako Hotel Los Angeles is a quality 3-star hotel that could be a good option for travelers who are coming to the area on business or pleasure. The property has a stellar location that is close to many of the business interests and entertainment attractions that guests might want to visit and experience. The property has 173 rooms for the guests. Both English and Japanese are spoken at the property.
The guests can choose from a range of types of rooms at the hotel. There are executive rooms, deluxe rooms, and standard rooms available. Rooms have free wireless Internet service, cable TV, private bathrooms, a desk, daily housekeeping coffee and tea facilities, a refrigerator, and air conditioning. In addition, connecting rooms are available for those who may need them.
Guests at the hotel can enjoy a buffet breakfast for a surcharge each morning. The breakfast is available from 6:30 am and 10:30 am. Those who are staying at the property can use the on-site self-service business center. It is open from 6 am to midnight. The hotel also has a gift shop and a tour desk. In addition to the breakfast buffet, lunch and dinner are served at the on-site restaurant. A café is available, as well.
Miyako Hotel Los Angeles is close to the Japanese American National Museum, and the location makes it easy to get to just about anywhere in the city. Some of the nearby places to fine include Nirvana Sports Bar & Grill, Oomasa, and Korean Kitchen Hibachi Barbecue.
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Miyako Hotel Los Angeles is located at 328 East 1st Street in Downtown Los Angeles, 6.9 km from the centre of Los Angeles. Little Tokyo is the closest landmark to Miyako Hotel Los Angeles.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Miyako Hotel Los Angeles.
Yes, Miyako Hotel Los Angeles offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Miyako Hotel Los Angeles does not offer free parking.
No, Miyako Hotel Los Angeles does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Miyako Hotel Los Angeles is 16.5 km from Hawthorne. Miyako Hotel Los Angeles is 19.6 km from Los Angeles.
No, pets are not allowed at Miyako Hotel Los Angeles.
No, Miyako Hotel Los Angeles does not have a pool on-site.