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Los Angeles Convention Center Lodging

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Los Angeles Convention Center Lodging

Looking for hotels in the close proximity to the LACC from March 21-24. The hotels that pop-up on a search and through the sponsor of the volleyball tournament are the big names...JW, Ritz, etc. The prices aren't bad for a large city, but averaging about $250/night for our purpose may not be financially feasible for some families. We're particular, but don't need the Ritz, plus we'll all be broke by then!

Any suggestions for a CLEAN, modern and fun hotel that would be close and ideally less than $200/night? We don't mind being a few miles out if those few miles don't equal an hour commute. Walking distance to restaurants and bars are an added plus as our daughters drive us to drink :).

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1. Re: Los Angeles Convention Center Lodging

Take a look in Little Tokyo. It is in downtown just east of the Civic Center. it is about a 2-mile drive. i like the Miyako Hotel. There's also the DoubleTree just down the block. Little Tokyo is a lively neighborhood with great restaurants (not all Asian) and some decent shopping.

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2. Re: Los Angeles Convention Center Lodging

Prices tend to go up downtown whenever there is any kind of a big event.

You might look in Little Tokyo (the Double Tree or the Miyako), or the hotels farther up Figueroa such as the Omni, the LA Hotel (Hyatt), or the Bonaventure.

Edited: 17 November 2013, 22:43
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3. Re: Los Angeles Convention Center Lodging

I would check the Omni, Biltmore, Bonaventure, Sheraton, LA Athletic Club, Hyatt (LA Downtown Hotel is the current name), Checkers and the hotels mentioned above in Little Tokyo. There is a new hotel opening soon, but its name escapes me. Hopefully FitzLA will be a long soon with its name.

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4. Re: Los Angeles Convention Center Lodging

scott is right. There's a new hotel opening downtown due east of the Convention Center. It is the Ace Hotel. Gritty part of downtown, but I loved it when I lived there. The area is only getting better and better.

http://www.acehotel.com/losangeles

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5. Re: Los Angeles Convention Center Lodging

Look at hotwire.com for deals on hotels. The site doesn't disclose the name of the hotel until you book but any 3,3-1/2 or 4 star hotel in downtown LA will e within 10 minutes of the convention centrr. Often, they offer the aforementioned Miyako for a good price. Btw, LACC is the abbreviation for LA COMMUNITY College -- which isn't in downtown. In future postings, spell it out.

One final rec: The Hollywood Hotel (<-- that's the name of the hotel) is in Hollywood but only about 10 minutes from downtown via the red line metrorail. It's also known as a Ramada. The address is 1160 N Vermont Av

Good luck

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6. Re: Los Angeles Convention Center Lodging

Ace Hotel opens in January, rates start at $235 plus tax.

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7. Re: Los Angeles Convention Center Lodging

How many rooms will you need, in total? You may want to contact the hotels directly and find out if there are any group rates. Basically all the hotels in downtown will be close enough - Bonaventure would probably be a good starting point - hotels in Hollywood near the Red Line stations will also work - they're 15-20 minutes from downtown via the subway.

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8. Re: Los Angeles Convention Center Lodging

You're attending an event at LACC? And you will be "broke" (obviously a bit of hyperbole) by then? Before you think of an hour's commute, include the cost of that. Your daughter will drive you to the LACC as well as driving you to drink? Parking costs can be high. Tried Hotwire, Priceline?

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