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|"Great location with amazing history!"||(in 68 reviews)|
|"Amazing staff and super clean."||(in 70 reviews)|
|"Fantastic rooftop bar and pool!"||(in 38 reviews)|
|"The shower/water pressure was shockingly bad."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"The bed was juvenile and uncomfortable."||(in 31 reviews)|
|"Very cheap feel to this hotel!"||(in 34 reviews)|
|spacious room||in 186 reviews|
|staff was rude||in 182 reviews|
|ground and the room||in 157 reviews|
|great location||in 154 reviews|
|rooftop pool||in 121 reviews|
|great hotel||in 115 reviews|
|amazing and the bed||in 93 reviews|
|roof top bar||in 85 reviews|
|food was good||in 48 reviews|
|parking is expensive||in 28 reviews|
|water pressure||in 28 reviews|
|room service||in 23 reviews|
|glass wall||in 17 reviews|
|young crowd||in 14 reviews|
|downtown la||in 12 reviews|
|million times||in 9 reviews|
|great atmosphere||in 4 reviews|
|starts early in the morning||in 3 reviews|
Room size n layout
The room was noisy from the traffic bellow
Customer service is A+ I have been stayed here several times over the past 10 years and each time i am impressed with the service at this hotel. I made a reservation for two nights and then noticed that my plane left a day earlier than expected. I called reservations and was able to cancel my second night and get a full refund. I was also giving a 2 hour late check out which is more than any other late check out i have been given at other hotels. The staff is very friendly, polite and helpful. This is by far my favorite hotel to stay at.
Parking is expensive
Subway construction ruins stay
Not much- out dated decor, staff was rude and not accommodating
The noise from subway construction outside my room was horrible. When I complained the staff offered me the ability to check out without being charged. I explained that was not possible as I had been drinking and did not want to drive after drinking, and it was 1000 pm on Friday night! They were tearing up the road with huge machines to build a subway and they were doing this at night so as not to disrupt day time traffic. After we continued our conversation the staff stained offered me the option to check out. He then said he would comp my valet parking and drinks that were on my room tab. When I checked out the next morning he had not removed any of the said items. Horrible service! These rooms overlooking 6th and Flower should not be sold to customers. I will be contacting both Kayak and the Standard asking for a refund.
Streets access blocked
The minibar was the most complete minibar I've ever seen. They had everything from tic tacs and gum to shaving cream and maps. It was very helpful and even some really nice hotels only have water and one or two snacks. This was really interesting for me. The restaurant food was good, and the room decor was funky and interesting as well.
The view wasn't the best, but it was fine for one night.
Celebrated my 40th
The AHS looking hallways and elevator. Creepy but so kool.
I didn't like the bel man to check in my 18 pack. Not kool
The ambiance isn't great
Playful, artful, and accommodating
I love the style at the Standard. It has character without sacrificing quality, and the food at the restaurant is superb.
Not much negative to say. Water collected in the soap dish. Uhhhh....?
The Standard knows how to utilize their funding, b
The food was excellent. Definitely above Standard. :) Their minimalist style was executed well. Food was delivered quickly for room service.
There was no alarm clock or clock in the room. This posed many problems for me. I had to turn on the tv and flip the channel to get a momentary glimpse of the time. Also, the mini fridge was crammed full of drinks so that there was no room to house leftover food. The gym was stagnant, dark, and claustrophobic. The equipment was in great shape and functional, but being in that room was a struggle mentally. The walls were a terrible wood-paneling that accentuated the windowless, dark smallness of the room. There was no music, or tv to drown out the silence. Also, on my last morning I found that my arm was eaten up by what could only have been bedbugs.
Rooftop pool was really nice.
The room itself wasn't really comfortable. I get the minimalistic / boutique feel the hotel was going for, but it was very basic and didn't seem worth the price. Also, the see through bathroom wall (from the bed area) was a bit odd...it should at least be opaque.
Room decor, facilities, attentive staff, restaurant, location
A bit loud at times
The staff and manager on shift was amazing, super attentive to details and helpful.
There was a privet roof top event... Guest couldn't utilize the roof top bar, the roof top pool was closed off
Very goog bed
the room is nice. location is perfect.
Lobby needs complete make-over
Hotel was located just a few blocks from LA live area and restaurants. Very clean.
This hotel was more trend than comfort. Bed was on the floor and bathtub was in the middle of the room. Staff claimed it was an upgrade!
Advanatges: location, value for money. Disadvantages: glass wall of bathroom make fillings as you washing in room itself. We found it wried. Expensive minibar, low position of bed and TV set. Poor room noise isolation, we heard everything what happening in corridors. Very poor restaurant downstears. After dinner we didn't tried to have breakfast (cream soup was very bad).
Spaciousness of the room, location, design.
The rooftop should be available to hotel guests and their guests... not open to the public. That was annoying. Draws a really bad bridge-and- tunnel type crowd. It wasn't cool, so we left. It would have been nice to be able to create some kind of privacy between the shower and the main room... blinds or something.
It was a comfortable well-maintained hotel with a cool attitude. The staff were helpful, and the location well connected to other parts of the City. Wifi was definitely a plus!
The design is amazing. If you are an architect, this is the place to stay. This is also a great place to stay in LA if you are doing business in downtown.
Not the best place to stay if you are on vacations. Better stay somewhere in Beverly Hills. Lacks a bit of comfort too, but nothing serious. The bed isn't as good as it should be, and there's a lack of privacy on the bathroom, which is all in glass. This is good for a lone guest.
Front office staff were helpful.
Far too noisy. Every car that went past can be heard plus endless police sirens etc. Easily fixed by double glazing. Also corridors and courtyard etc were not clean. Minimalist furnishing is fine but it could include another rubbish bin in bathroom and one more chair as there is nowhere to put luggage during your stay.
Very clean and tidy room, friendly stuff, close to subway station
The shower was in plain sight of the rest of the room (glass wall) which is something that is only recommended for couples.
Not much...but the room service for food was prompt...food was so so...
The service wasn't very good...I called and asked for extra pillows and had to call again and even then it took them over 2 hours to get them to us. It was definitely over-priced for what we got..no view of anything but another building.
For a panoramic view of Los Angeles there is no better place to stay than The Standard, Downtown LA. This mid-century California structure is located in the center of downtown Los Angeles. This hotel takes advantage of its rooftop space with a garden bar and pool on the top of the building.
The Standard, Downtown LA is composed of 207 rooms. Each room is oversized and spacious. Amenities include free WiFi, 24-hour room service, minibars, work desks, and large televisions. The beds are dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets and down feather pillows for maximum comfort while sleeping.
Guests are encouraged to take advantage of the 24-hour gym and 24-hour restaurant. They say that New York is the city that never sleeps, but at The Standard, Downtown LA, California’s City of Angels can provide all night just as well. The hotel rooftop has a heated swimming pool and garden bar so guests can enjoy the city from above.
Within less than a mile from The Standard, Downtown LA are famous Los Angeles attractions including the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Angels Flight Railway. Guests are well connected with the nearby metro stops for a quick connection to Grand Park.
A healthy variety of global cuisine is situated within walking distance of the hotel. Guests can enjoy fresh sushi at SUGARFISH or travel across the Atlantic by enjoying the selections at the Modern European Restaurant.
Downtown Los Angeles has an energy that vibrates throughout. At The Standard, Downtown LA, guests can take in all the excitement from above and retreat to a cozy and relaxing safe haven for well-deserved rest.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you are looking for something fun to do while staying at The Standard, Downtown LA hotel, head to the Paddle Room where you will be able to play table tennis on professional tables while sipping on a cocktail or a craft beer served by the Paddle Room’s bar. The Paddle Room is located in the mezzanine level of the hotel and is open from 5:00 pm to midnight, and until 2:00 am on Fridays and Saturdays. Regular live music events are also organized on the rooftop of the hotel and you’ll be able to enjoy a wide range of music from latin to jazz and hip hop.
Guests hoping to have an extended stay at The Standard, Downtown LA hotel will love the Standard Time option that the hotel offers. Standard Time gives you the option to arrive as early as you wish and to leave as late as you prefer, for an extra fee on top of the room rate. You can add this service as you’re booking the room, and you will receive an email from the hotel prior to your arrival asking you to indicate your approximate arrival and departure times.
The Standard, Downtown LA hotel has 6 different spaces that can be used to organize corporate events, with options for a smaller boardroom style setting or an informal setting such as the Rooftop or the Garden Bar. The maximum capacity in one space is 350 persons, and you will be able to organize catering for the breaks and for the main meals. If you’re looking for a team bonding activity, you can book The Paddle Room and play a few table tennis games, or the Firepit where you can organize a cozy group dining experience.
Extended stay is welcome at The Standard, Downtown LA hotel, and as a resident of 7 nights of more you will have access to some perks such as discounted rooms, a personal concierge, discounts at the food and beverage concessions, and complimentary laundry service for up to two items of clothing per day. In addition, for an extra fee, you can have a selection of healthy snacks delivered straight to your room.
The Standard, Downtown LA hotel welcomes pets with no limitations in regard to their weight or size. In addition, pets stay for free at the hotel, and upon check in they will be given a special welcome. If you are looking at bringing your pet on holiday with you, please ensure you book ahead of time to ensure a pet-friendly room is available. The concierge team will also be glad to advise you as to the pet-friendly restaurants, events and shows that are on during your stay in the surrounding area.
The Standard, Downtown La is located at 550 South Flower Street in Downtown Los Angeles, 5.4 km from the center of Los Angeles. The Broad is the closest landmark to The Standard, Downtown La.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Standard, Downtown La.
Yes, The Standard, Downtown La offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Standard, Downtown La does not offer free parking.
No, The Standard, Downtown La does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Standard, Downtown La is 15.8 km from Hawthorne. The Standard, Downtown La is 18.4 km from Santa Monica.
Yes, The Standard, Downtown La is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Standard, Downtown La has a pool onsite.
Downtown Los Angeles is known for: fashion district, urban, skyscrapersMore