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Mayfair Hotel

1256 W 7TH St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

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Mayfair Hotel - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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Abbes Hostel, Central Station is located 400 metres from the central station with trains, busses and subway communications, right in the middle of Stockholm City!The hostel itself is located in a popular area close to the newly opened casino, nightclubs, restaurants and all sorts of entertainment su...

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During the Roaring Twenties, this grand and stately brick building was one of L.A.'s most glamorous hotels. Now, located in a vibrantly multicultural and low-rent neighborhood, it provides a decent place to stay for fans of historical structures and budget-minded tourists who want to be near downtow...

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Historic, 1920'S Hotel in Downtown L. Minutes from Chinatown, Little Tokyo and Olvera Street. Exercise Room and Sundeck. Restaurant and Bar. 294 Comfortable Rooms With Coffee Maker, Hairdryer and Iron/Board. Par...

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Built during the heyday of the Roaring Twenties, The Mayfair still reflects the grandeur of the era with the glass etchings, brass fixtures, skylights and friezed pillars that adorn the lobby atrium. This setting, combined with a tradition of gracious service and a location in the heart of the busin...

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The Mayfair opened its door Feb 1, 1927 to the glamour of the roaring twenties. The newly renovated Mayfair still reflects the grandeur of the era. The brass fixtures, glass etchings, frilled pillars, and skylight adorns the lobby atrium. Mayfair Hotel continues today making it downtown LA's first s...

Reasonably priced; clean - user review
but very small bathroom...

Really bad place to stay - user review
Called down to the front desk to tell them the remote control was not working and the room was full of water and got no respond from them. Also had to Waite to check in because the room was not ready and t...

Bad Service - user review
Don't waste $$...

great view/location/price - user review
For the cheapest hotel in the LA area i was shocked with the view of the city frim out 11th floor room it was amazing! easy access to the hotel and safe parking garage. Not the nicest rooms but everything worked and i have no complaints! Note im a 21 y...

You get what you pay for - user review
Hotel is dated, showers can not be accessed without closing the bathroom door, the mattresses had no support. Staff are friendly, but so much as to compensate for the obvious need to renovate the hotel. Breakfast was excruciatingly slow to deliver ...

Will not stay again - user review
Hotel is very old and lack of modern comfort. Traveler's tip on dining.Wilshire Grand has very good ...

Pretty good for being in downtown Los Angeles. - user review
I want to preface my review by saying I tend to be more critical than most. The hotel and room were adequately clean. The bathtub/shower needs a little re caulking. Other than that there is nothing negative I can say. I do recommend staying on the upper floors to enjoy the view it's great!Also to no...

Worth the money - user review
I went with a couple of friends as a first timer to LA. The neighborhood is pretty empty, so is most of downtown LA we found. If all you need is a place to sleep after your sightseeing and tours, this place is a good option. It gives you the feel of living in a nice hotel for less money. Besides, it...

need a new carpets, some rooms are dirtiest than others, - user review
need a new carpets, some rooms are dirtiest than others, ask for the better room as posible, service is good, atention of the personal is very good, close of the fashion district, and the downtown Traveler's tip for business travelers.ask for the room 1527 is one of...

Not what I expected - user review
Not worth the money we paid for the room. Shower was horrible.Parking was not convenient. I would not recommend...

avg hotel at best, but close to downtown and decent price - user review
same as above. w/i 1 block 2 markets, 1 bar, and 1 mex rest...

Decent for the price - user review
Stayed 2 nights in Dec 06, room was clean and comfortable. Staff frinedly and professional. Parking for a surcharge very convenient/indoor garage. location downtown, at night dead but weekdays busy. ...

Disappointed - user review
The area was horrible. The bed very uncomfortable. The bathtub was real small. There weren't any extra pillows or blankets in the room. I'd would not stay there again or reco...

Not impressed - user review
The bathroom in my room was small with a 1/2 of a normal bathtub that had a step in it. The service in the restaurant was very slow. Traveler's tip for business travelers.The neighborhood is bad. Plan on not walking ...

Not impressive from inside, but for the price it is a OK hotel. - user review
The hotel is a regular medium maintained place. The bathroom for the room was extra small, had to squeeze into the bathroom. However, the room was very cozy with a good setting. Price wise it is a good choice. Traveler's tip on getting the most out of your stay.Ask for a good sized room with a good ...

Okay for a short stay, the worst part is the bathroom! - user review
The hotel itself is actually really nice and the staff is friendly. The room was small and needed remodeling. The bathroom was so small and the bathtub really uncomfortable (you can only shower in a seated position, weird!). We would have stayed another night if it wasn't for the uncomfortable showe...

Good value for downtown - user review
The hotel lobby is beautiful, elegant. The room was attractive and housekeeping service was superb every day. Bathroom was so small the shower made me feel unsafe fighting with the curtain because the space to stand was so narrow. A l o n g walk to the convention center but doable if you dress for i...

Historic = Run down - user review
The hotel was absolutely disgusting. Whenever you get out of the tiny shower (literally a couple feet long and a foot wide) your feet would be dirtier than when you got in. They don't believe in cleaning at all. Service other than the desk was horrible. Very unsafe place to be around at night. Very ...

It was a nice suprise - user review
The Mayfair is close to the convention center and to the other downtown hotels. The rooms are not fancy, but are clean and comfortable. It was a bargin and could walk to the convention center...

Fine for a short stay - user review
This hotel has a great price, a great view, a friendly staff, and a safe parking garage under the hotel (it is an additional $7.50 fee per night). On the downside, the beds were rather hard, and the bathroom was small. It needs updated, and it had a leaking faucet, but at least it was very clean. Th...

In the ghetto - user review
This hotel is located in the ghetto of downtown LA. Its a beautiful vintage hotel but it is in the ghetto. I am from New York City, so I didn't have a problem with anyone, but other may in thime. One benefit is that its near the subway which can t...

old , smelly and creepy - user review
this is like the tower of terror, its very scary and old,the staff was helpful but we kept hearing noises at night, and we werw the only guest on the 11 floor....we will never stay there again. .bad neighborhood...

Clean,Safe Room, Downtown LA - user review
This is the second stay at this hotel. Minutes from the INS and Mexican Consulate. The room was clean the staff helpful and nice. Decor not up to date, but who cares, cheap, clean and safe ar...

would stay again - user review
We enjoyed our stay at the hotel. We have never been to LA so everything was new for us. It is a big place and at the end of the day it was nice to go to a quite place to relax. The staff was pretty helpful. Only thing that we found to be a problem was the shower would sometimes get cold then hot an...

Bad smell and old bed - user review
When I went up to the 15th floor, I could not stand the bad smell coming to my sensitive nose. Entering the room, the uncomfortable smell remains. The room is clean but the bed was old and not fixed well. Service was good and hotel employees were friendly. My recommend is that this hotel needs to ge...

Bad bed - user review
Beds are very bad, you can feel on organs strings. Restoran is though very very good!! And receptionist are very friendly and helpful, ...

Very nice hotel from my 3 month stay. - user review
I have read several user reviews, and although every one has there own opinion, I don't understand why the mayfair has such poor reviews. Upon my relocation to Los Angeles, m...

Dirty hotel - user review
The blankets had holes in them from cigarettes. Room felt dirty. But it was cheap and in Downtown and close to the Convention Center where I was on a conference. But I wou...

Not so satisfied - user review
I would think twice about going back to the Mayfair. I would have to bring a mattress pad because the mattress is extra firm and extra lumpy. So if you need a less firm m...

Simple but nice - user review
pro: free newspaper, free internet, cheap parking, free lockers at reception con: no swimming pool, no fridge and breakfast not included in the price. The hotel is a bit ou...

Not the best, but also not the worst place - user review
When you walk in, the lobby is really nice. A lot of work needs to be done to the rest of the building as it is really old. Our room was in ok condition at best. Couldn't get...

We had a very hard night - user review
The bed was too hard, the bathroom so small I could not turn around in it. I had requested a handicap room and I promise, the room was more handicapped than my husband and mysel...

Average - user review
I stayed at this hotel in October 2004. It is located in the better, Western side of Downtown LA in a relatively safe neighborhood. The rooms are adequate, not too flashy but of...

it was a BAD experience - user review
The staff was unfriendly to say the least ... they could not get the A/C working in my room during my 3 day stay ...Bathrooms were awfully small ... only good thing is the ...

Horrible experience - user review
I went to this hotel and was shocked at the poor quality of the rooms, and the run-down neighborhood around it. I did not feel safe walking around there at night. And to my horror, I...

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