Miyako Hotels & Resorts

★★★★☆
  • 328 E 1st St

    Los Angeles, CA 90012

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  • 866-427-8382

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Located at the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, this elegant hotel makes you feel as if you're actually in Japan. The place is nice and cozy, and the toilets are quite interesting. Trust me. It is a unique experience, and you will feel tranquil. The staff is also really friendly and will help you with all your needs, and there is a little spa located on the second floor if you're stressed.

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Located at the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, this elegant hotel makes you feel as if you're actually in Japan. The place is nice and cozy, and the toilets are quite interesting. Trust me. It is a unique experience, and you will feel tranquil. The staff is also really friendly and will help you with all your needs, and there is a little spa located on the second floor if you're stressed.

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Very nice Shiatsu style massage, calm interior, nice staff. I save parking expense by heading to a nail salon, Nail Service, which is only a few feet away for another 80 minutes treatment on hands and feet and get validation for free parking at Kajima building on San Pedro street.

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★★★★☆

Very nice Shiatsu style massage, calm interior, nice staff. I save parking expense by heading to a nail salon, Nail Service, which is only a few feet away for another 80 minutes treatment on hands and feet and get validation for free parking at Kajima building on San Pedro street.

Pros: nice massage, nice staff

Cons: no parking validation

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Overall, it was good, except the parking was $8 per day and I missed the complimentary shiatsu (my fault). The rooms are good quality for the price but avoid the breakfast buffet, it's overpriced and tastes barely edible.

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★★★★☆

Overall, it was good, except the parking was $8 per day and I missed the complimentary shiatsu (my fault). The rooms are good quality for the price but avoid the breakfast buffet, it's overpriced and tastes barely edible.

Pros: good service, nice rooms

Cons: parking

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stayed here back in march, and while it's certainly not the swankiest of hotels, it's reasonably priced and there's a very nice spa inside the hotel. wasn't crowded at all, and for about $50-$60 i was able to use the steamroom, baths, and get a shiatsu massage during which--no joke--this 40-something japanese lady got on top of me and rocked back and forth, digging her knees into my back. i thought i was going to cry, but when it was over i felt pretty good.

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★★★★☆

stayed here back in march, and while it's certainly not the swankiest of hotels, it's reasonably priced and there's a very nice spa inside the hotel. wasn't crowded at all, and for about $50-$60 i was able to use the steamroom, baths, and get a shiatsu massage during which--no joke--this 40-something japanese lady got on top of me and rocked back and forth, digging her knees into my back. i thought i was going to cry, but when it was over i felt pretty good.

Pros: great spa, reasonable prices, excellent service

Cons: slightly skeevy rooms, slightly sketchy hood

 

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