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Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles
Ranked #95 of 351 Hotels in Los Angeles
Brisbane, Australia
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“Hotel for the stars”
Reviewed 18 September 2010

This place is under rated. It is a gorgeous Hotel. Back in the day the Hotel was the location of the Oscar Awards. People like Walt Disney stayed there when travelling through. There is a mini museum in the hotel where you can see all the famous people who stayed there.

We enjoyed our stay. In the foyer they had a computer with free internet access. It made life so much easier. There is a lovely restaurant which does an awesome buffet breakfast.

The only negaive was that I thought it was a little dusy in our room (but not too bad). My husband didnt think so..but he is a guy.... ; )

We would stay here again.....

  • Stayed July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 September 2010

This is a very nice historic hotel in downtown Los Angeles. My complaint is the hidden charges that are not mentioned prior to booking and make this a very expensive hotel. Parking is $40 a night and Internet connection is $10 per day, per computer (so if you are staying with someone who also uses a computer everyone pays $10.) Parking garages in downtown LA charge appx $75 per week, which, if I had known the cost of parking at the hotel I would have made other arrangements for my car. Travel in the LA area still requires a vehicle. While there is WIFI, the guest is charged regardless. Even the Business Center Facility downstairs charges by the minute.There are no "free" wifi zones within the hotel. However, if you walk outside, across the street to the park, or down the block to Starbucks the WIFI is free. Internet connection is now such a part of business that it is akin to being charged to use your cell phone within the hotel. These extra charges amount to between $50-$60 a day. So, just be aware of the fees if you plan to stay in this lovely hotel.

  • Stayed September 2010, travelled on business
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Vancouver
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Reviewed 9 September 2010

My hubby and I stayed at this LA hotel for 4 nights for our anniversary getaway. We booked it on expedia after checking out other travelers' advices and balancing out the price (at the time of booking this hotel was the only hotel in downtown that still remains affordable after the sales). This hotel has quite a character to it . Grand Hollywood classic. We took a peek at their ballroom, it is very nice and grand but yet still remain a characteristics vintage look to it.

Checking in at the hotel, the hotel looks pretty grand on the outside. We were greeted by friendly , helpful staff at the front desk, going up to our room thru nicely decorated hallway with high vaulted ceiling. So far so good , pleasantly surprised. But then the surprise went downhill from there as we were looking for our room. Thru a long long hallway we finally located our room at the far far far end of the building. We entered with the key but to find ourselves in a small gloomy room with 2 doors - 1 of them is rm 772, our room. We were like "OK..what now". Upon opening the door, we've found ourselves in a rm of a reasonable size for a king sz bed rm. The bed is ok (very soft with no back support just like many other hotels). The carpet is so so (my hubby mentioned the carpet might has flea as he felts itchy after walking barefoot). The air conditioning was acceptably noisy but effectively cold. However the room does not have the amenity you usually find in even a lower grade hotel; there is no fridge/freezer, no internet (they charge you for a fee though at $11/night or something). It is quite disappointing. The most ridiculous find - the TV, a 15" tube projection, it is an antique - just like the hotel itself!! The washroom is very spacious, but I wish it has an exhaust fan, the toilet bowl is clean with no pee stain ring, and a fixture that provides enough counter space for the guests to spread their necessities.

Parking - it is a HUGE problem. Upon arriving at the hotel (we flew in from Vancouver, rented a car at the airport), we were shocked to learn that the hotel offers valet parking for a whooping $44 overnight. You can find park it yourself for $16 /night at the Perishing Square underground parking across the street, or if you can walk for 1/2 a block, you can find it cheaper for $12/night at a public parking on Oliver Street. It is monitored, bright, well-lighted - many exotic cars tend to park there overnight, so security gotta be good.

Location - in the heart of LA downtown. Close of transit and train station. Reasonably close to many LA attractions and highways. You don't have to waste much time getting to and from the highways.

  • Stayed August 2010, travelled as a couple
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Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed 2 September 2010

This hotel was stunning. Regal. Romantic. Beautiful. The staff however were not so stunning. Unfriendly and unhelpful. Not a good way to greet and treat paying customers.

  • Stayed August 2010, travelled as a couple
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MillenniumBiltmorePR, Public Relations Manager at Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles, responded to this review, 7 September 2010
Thank you for taking the time to post a review here on Tripadvisor - it's always nice to hear that guests enjoyed the incredible architecture and design of the Biltmore. We are incredibly sorry however to hear that your experience with our staff was not up to par. Without knowing the specifics I unfortunately am not able to address anything in particular, however did want to offer an apology and hope that you will visit us again soon so we can have another chance to show you how important service with a smile is to our company culture and guest interaction.
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manchester
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Reviewed 1 September 2010

Only stayed 2 nights but a gorgeous hotel. There wasn't much going on outside of the hotel but the hotel bar was great and staff really friendly and helpful.

  • Stayed August 2010, travelled with friends
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Metro Atlanta
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Reviewed 28 August 2010

I grew up in los angeles so I know the city well. As a young girl I remember the two most beautiful hotels iin town - The Biltmore and the Ambassador. I have stayed at the Biltmore at least 3 times in the last 6 months because of business in the area. I have always found its staff to be one of the best in the business. Here are some things that happened. The staff is grest and very accommodating. They are also full of knowledge as to how to get to certian areas - advised me once it would be easier to take the subway than try the bus or a cab. My rooms have always been clean and spacious and when I requested certain things I got it. There were never any problems. On my last stay something strange occurred. The desk clerk told me she was going to put me in a different style room and if I did not like it, to come back and they would change it. At first I was shocked. It was a family suite from the old days. You walked through the door and there were two doors. That room turned out to be large and very nice. I have just loved staying here.

  • Stayed June 2010, travelled on business
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devon, uk
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 35 helpful votes
Reviewed 15 August 2010

We stayed in this hotel 4 years ago and really liked it, so returned this year. We were equally impressed with the hotel, the staff are fantastic so polite, friendly and make you feel special. The rooms are clean and spacious and along with the amazing lobby this makes for a very special experience. We returned 4 days later when we got back to LA it was that good! I would recommend this to anyone!

  • Stayed August 2010, travelled as a couple
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Property: Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles
Address: 506 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90071-2602
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Region: United States > California > Los Angeles > Downtown
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Restaurant Room Service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #95 of 351 Hotels in Los Angeles
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles 3.5*
Number of rooms: 683
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The historic Millennium Biltmore Hotel has been a legendary Los Angeles landmark since 1923. With exquisite Spanish-Italian Renaissance architecture, including stunning hand-painted ceilings, it's rich history is most noted for its connection with the Oscars - the founding banquet for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was held in the Crystal Ballroom in 1927, where the original "Oscar" statuette was sketched on a Biltmore napkin, and eight Academy Awards banquets were held in the Biltmore Bowl during the '30s and '40s. ... more   less 
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