|"The wait staff were amazing."||(in 183 reviews)|
|"Beautiful historical hotel and great staff"||(in 221 reviews)|
|"Great location staff was really nice."||(in 144 reviews)|
|""Very bad maintenance, very old bathroom""||(in 55 reviews)|
|"windows were dirty too."||(in 29 reviews)|
|"The rooms are extremely outdated."||(in 156 reviews)|
|historic hotel||in 581 reviews|
|nice room||in 448 reviews|
|staff were great||in 410 reviews|
|great location||in 363 reviews|
|valet parking||in 193 reviews|
|front desk||in 148 reviews|
|poor service||in 138 reviews|
|beautiful lobby||in 122 reviews|
|history of the building||in 116 reviews|
|parking night||in 116 reviews|
|bathroom was small||in 93 reviews|
|swimming pool||in 88 reviews|
|club lounge||in 72 reviews|
|dirty windows||in 60 reviews|
|walking distance||in 47 reviews|
|downtown la||in 39 reviews|
|old world charm||in 34 reviews|
|common areas||in 27 reviews|
|old style||in 20 reviews|
Rooms where clean, covid friendly. Great location! Starbucks down the street, 7-11 everything is Walking distance. Love, love, love.
Has the charm off am old haunted hotel
I booked a room so I could work because my internet went out. There was a loud party happening and I could smell cigarette smoke through the vents. The staff was nice enough to move me to a new room though
Great value. Awesome classic building.
Just wanted a vending machine one night. Lol. Air went out but they moved me. Loud band was playing in the park across the street, they couldn’t really do anything about that.
Sprung a parking and facilities tax of $42; and $25... that was never explained. The extra $67.00 will get you a better hotel.
Location and price.
Front desk Staff were indifferent and not very friendly. Very loud rooms. As if there wasn’t even a wall between rooms. I could hear multiple rooms.
Thin walls and loud neighbors
The pool was absolutely amazing!!!!!!
Maybe a microwave in my room??
The bed was comfortable
Better view, the room had no view and bathroom was small
Nice bed, good food and drinks
The pool was drained. The hotel is not that clean and needs new carpet
Old tired room noisy
Lobby and bar
Room small poor bathroom facilities
An overall fantastic hotel
The staff were very friendly, the dining was outstanding, and the hotel itself was gorgeous.
Nothing about the hotel, just L.A. itself.
Nice room , but with no view. Lovely hotel.
Air conditioner was very cold.
The Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles is a historic hotel located in downtown Los Angeles, offering guests unique accommodations during their stay in the City of Angels. Built in 1923, the hotel features 683 guest rooms and suites, all of which are well appointed with modern furnishings.
At the Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles, guests will also have access to additional modern amenities. Internet connectivity is available at no cost, a breakfast buffet is offered daily, and room service is available for guests who prefer to din in their room. The hotel also offers a spacious heated swimming pool, an on-site fitness center, dry cleaning services a lounge where guests can enjoy their beverage of choice, and a business center for those who need to remain productive during their stay.
Guests will enjoy easy access to Los Angeles’s cultural district with destinations like the Broad Contemporary Art Museum and Grand Park within easy reach. Unique shopping options can also be found close at hand.
For business travelers, the Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles offers 70,000 square feet of event space that can be customized to meet virtually any needs. In fact, this property was the birthplace for the Academy Awards in 1927, and played host to the event for eight years.
There is also dining available on property. Guests will be able to enjoy authentic Italian fare from Smeraldi’s Trattoria on site, or they can indulge in a range of Asian cuisine choices from Bugis Street Brasserie.
Whether visiting Los Angeles for business or pleasure, the Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles offers a convenient location, historic accommodations, and plenty of enjoyment.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Experience the ultimate luxurious getaway with your stay at this accommodation and benefit from convenient valet parking services. From Monday through Thursday, guests will have to pay a fee of approximately $48 per night and car. From Friday through Sunday, a charge of approximately $35 applies. The valet parking services have in-and-out privileges for all guests.
This accommodation seeks to adapt to your individual travel situation and aims to arrange an early check-in or late check-out if necessary. Whether you can apply for these services is dependent upon the availability of rooms, and a late check-out is charged at half the price of the room rate until 6:00 pm. A check-out after 6:00 pm requires the full payment of another night. A luggage storage locker is also available for approximately $5 per piece, per night.
Families will enjoy the broad spectrum of family-friendly options at this accommodation, for example, the Ask Alfred Children’s Program. This program provides children with a goodie-filled backpack, including an Ask Alfred teddy bear, gummy bears, a crayon activity set, and 12 collectible Color Me postcards, which can be mailed from the hotel for free. With the Staycation package, families can enjoy included breakfast for two adults and two children under 5. For the adults, a bottle of bubbly also awaits, and the family can benefit from a late check-out until 2:00 pm.
Plenty of hotels have meeting and banquet facilities, but they are rarely as imposing and impressive as the Crystal Ballroom in the Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles. With a capacity of 800 people, it is perfect for grandiose weddings, fancy business receptions, and more. Reminiscent of an old European salon, the ballroom boasts Austrian crystal chandeliers and a hand-painted ceiling. The Emerald room spreads equal grandeur with the 24 ft high ceiling and stone pillars. For a business-like vibe, the Boardroom with a capacity for 85 people is ideal.
The Rendezvous Court at the hotel impresses with a high, arched ceiling and the signature European court atmosphere present throughout the entire hotel. During the week, Traditional Afternoon Tea is served here, complete with tea sandwiches, a variety of brews, and sweet delights among the signature scones, curd, and clotted cream. On weekends, guests can also indulge in the Royal Afternoon Tea, which serves gourmet delicacies like champagne, caviar, and pate, among others.
A luxurious and well-rounded couple’s experience can be best enjoyed with the deals KAYAK offers for the Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles. With signature sweets, breakfast for two and guaranteed late checkout until 2:00 pm, you and your loved one can sleep in late. If you’ve come to see a game in Los Angeles, some seasonal deals also offer a personalized check-in service. (Prices checked 25/06/19).
Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles is located at 506 South Grand Avenue in Downtown Los Angeles, 5.6 km from the center of Los Angeles. The Broad is the closest landmark to Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles.
Yes, Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles does not offer free parking.
No, Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles is 15.9 km from Hawthorne. Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles is 18.6 km from Los Angeles.
No, pets are not allowed at Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles.
Yes, Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles has a pool onsite.
Downtown Los Angeles is known for: fashion district, urban, skyscrapers