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Westside, Century City, West Los Angeles
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Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Parking: Lot

Wi-Fi: Paid

Hotel Features: Car Rental Desk


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Eric W.


Lots of History in a Hip Neighborhood

The Century Plaza, Hyatt Regency is one of the most classic hotels in a town where regional history isn't at the forefront.

In the past, The President of the United States would stay at this hotel ... so if it's good enough for the Pres ... I'd say it's good enough for me.

They also have some pretty good food, but since the Century City mall is walking distance you can find some good food there as well.

I've also been here for several conferences. They have a very nice venue, and open wifi. Can't ask for more.



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Spend your money somewhere else

Every person working in this hotel that I encountered during my 4-day stay was rude and unpleasant. Customer service was painfully terrible. The company boasts that it's an upscale hotel - well, just about any room can be made comfortable; what makes a hotel, or any organization, upscale is it's people; and the people in this place belong in a Motel 8. There are plenty of other hotels to choose from and I suggest you spend your money elsewhere.

Jon Rapoport


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A Classic!

The Century Plaza is a cool looking building, filled with great amenities and charm. A lavish pool area and spa, immense event space, a great bar and very centrally located to LA. When the price is not exorbitant, it’s the best deal in town. They know what they’re doing there.



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comfortable rooms, but not the best

comfy beds for a really fair price. we had to move rooms twice though, because the air conditioning was broken in one and it was stifling and the shower was broken in the next. it's in need of a serious upgrade, but it's fine for a few nights and close to everything in the westside.



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Was skeptical at first but loved it

I was extremely skeptical of their quality of service at first due to their extremely poor phone manners: I called to confirm my Valentine's Day reso and they spotted my name and HUNG UP without thank you or anything. But, once we went to the hotel, and managed to valet our car in a chaos of other guests and cars, voila! what a pretty restaurant and a charming table! They sprinkled our table with fresh rose petals. The Valentines Day course was great. Had a micro green salad, cherry sorbet, Venison, dessert, and complementary champagne. The Venison was not as great as I hoped it would be, and was a bit dry/hard to chew. But overall, I love the place. I would definitey go again.



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A Refreshing Breeze!

A very trendy yet elegant setting awaits you at Breeze. The service was excellent. The waiters were every attentive and made great recomendations. We had the Sunday Brunch and it was only $35! There was a world-class selection of food and high value for your money. The New York steak was very good even though they specialize in seafood. I am very picky but I honestly could not find anything negative about my experience. It was less expensive and is just as good, if not better, than the Four Seasons on Sunset. An excellent choice!

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