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Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA, US (LAX)

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Club King - Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles - 1

Club King

This room has 1 king bed and is 24-49 square meters (260-525 square feet). Room includes a desk, wired and wireless Internet access (surcharge), satellite television service with premium television channels, pay movies, and a video-game console. Also includes a phone with voicemail. Bathroom comes complete with a shower/tub combination, makeup/shaving mirror, hair dryer, and complimentary toiletries. Iron/ironing board. This room is wheelchair accessible.
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Club 2 Doubles - Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles - 2

Club 2 Doubles

This room has 2 double beds and is 79-160 square meters (260-525 square feet). Room includes a desk, television with premium satellite channels, video-game console, and pay movies. Wired and wireless Internet access is available (surcharge). Bathrooms have a shower/tub combination and amenities include a hair dryer, makeup/shaving mirror, and complimentary toiletries. This room is wheelchair accessible.
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Deluxe King - Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles - 3

Deluxe King

This room has 1 king bed. Room includes desk, television with premium satellite channels, video-game console, and pay movies. Wired and wireless Internet access is available (surcharge). Bathrooms features a shower/tub combination and includes a hair dryer, makeup/shaving mirror, and complimentary toiletries.
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Deluxe 2 Doubles - Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles - 4

Deluxe 2 Doubles

Room includes 2 double beds. Room comes with a television with premium satellite channels, video-game console, and pay movies. Wired and wireless Internet access is also available (surcharge). Bathrooms come complete with a shower/tub combination, hair dryer, makeup/shaving mirror, and complimentary toiletries.
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Standard King - Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles - 5

Standard King

This room has 1 king bed and is 76-152 square meters (250-500 square feet). Room includes desk, television with premium satellite channels, video-game console, and pay movies. Wired and wireless Internet access is available (surcharge). Bathrooms features a shower/tub combination and includes a hair dryer, makeup/shaving mirror, and complimentary toiletries. This room is wheelchair accessible.
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Standard 2 Doubles - Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles - 6

Standard 2 Doubles

Room includes 2 double beds and is 23-46 square meters (250-500 square feet). Room comes with a television with premium satellite channels, video-game console, and pay movies. Wired and wireless Internet access is also available (surcharge). Bathrooms come complete with a shower/tub combination, hair dryer, makeup/shaving mirror, and complimentary toiletries. This room is wheelchair accessible.
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Accessible Standard King (Tub w/ Bars) - Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles - 7

Accessible Standard King (Tub w/ Bars)

This room has 1 king bed and is 76-152 square meters (250-500 square feet). Room includes desk, television with premium satellite channels, video-game console, and pay movies. Wired and wireless Internet access is available (surcharge). Bathrooms features a shower/tub combination and includes a hair dryer, makeup/shaving mirror, and complimentary toiletries. This room is wheelchair accessible.
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Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles
506 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA US 90071


Why You Should Stay Here!

  • Satellite Television
  • Video Game Consoles
  • Wired/Wireless Internet
  • Shower/Tub Combination
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Work Desk
  • Coffee/Tea Maker
  • 24-Hour Business Center
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Ballroom

Fitness Center and Spa

Take advantage of recreational opportunities offered, including a health club, an indoor pool, and a sauna. This Beaux Arts hotel also features wireless Internet access (surcharge), a concierge desk, and babysitting/childcare.


On-Site Dining
 
Enjoy a meal at one of the hotel's dining establishments, which include 4 restaurants and a coffee shop/caf. From your room, you can also access room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available for a fee.


Know Before You Go

  • A resort fee is included in the total price displayed.

Fees

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Fee for in-room wireless Internet: USD 9.95 (for 24 hours, rates may vary)
  • Fee for in-room high-speed Internet (wired): USD 9.95 (for 24 hours, rates may vary)
  • Fee for wireless Internet in business center: USD 3.00 per minute (rates may vary)
  • Fee for high-speed Internet (wired) in business center: USD 3.00 per minute (rates may vary)
  • Self parking fee: USD 40.00 per night (in/out privileges)
  • Valet parking fee: USD 40 per night (in/out privileges)
  • Deposit: USD 100.00 per night
  • Late check-out fee: USD 99.00
  • Refrigerator fee: USD 10.00 per night
  • Rollaway bed fee: USD 30.00 per night

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.


Based on 2611 reviews
from Salt Lake City, Utah
Submitted on 21-05-2016
The bed was comfortable and the room was beautifully appointed. The maintenance worker came up right away when we mentioned to the front desk that our toilet seat was loose. The housekeeping was excellent. Our room was a bit of a disappointment considering the price. Our closet had hangers but no pole in which to hang up our clothes once on the hanger. Odd... Our room was noisy with street noise as the windows need to be replaced with updated windows. Even the blackout curtains did not help... Read more
from yorkshire
Submitted on 21-05-2016
Spent 3 nights in this hotel , was given an upgrade to an absolutely beautiful room on the 14 th floor . The foyer and ground floor is classy and very stylish . The location is handy for all the local attractions . We hired a car and it would have cost us $45 to park each night at the hotel but we parked at the garage down the road for $14 dollars each night . We had breakfast each morning at the whole food store about 200 metres down the road . All in all a wonderful stay
from Fosnavag, Norway
Submitted on 21-05-2016
We stayed there for one night, had a big room, maybe a bit old and quite expensive compared to other hotel with the same standard. Free wifi should be included 2016 in this price range. Friendly staff, but they didnt try to upsell for breakfast, so we had to ask for it. Maybe we will try another hotell next time. The hotel was very clean and had a fantastic swimmingpool and fitness area.
from Marina del Rey, California
Submitted on 22-05-2016
You will love everything about the Biltmore Hotel. It is in the middle of Downtown LA. It has been around forever and has been kept up to look as beautiful as always. The rooms are a good size (not as big as some other hotels, but find). The front desk staff is wonderful. The hotel itself is stunning. From the entrance, the lobby to the hallways, it is gorgeous. Parking is valet and you will wait a minute to get your car, so call down and they will have it for you when you get to the valet area.... Read more
from San Diego, California
Submitted on 23-05-2016
Service was OUTSTANDING, but the rooms were outdated, sink was draining slow, room design still out dated by time, for the price you are paying this hotel is way over priced. Surrounding area is nice, just a stroll to restaurants and clubs, but close by hotels are cheaper and more modern.
from Holbrook, NY
Submitted on 03-06-2016
... Or maybe I should say was great at one time. You can't deny the architectural "bones" of this place. It is historic and built in a style perfectly representative of the most classy 1920's establishments. All the beautiful architectural elements are there but... Something is missing. In a nutshell, the place has everything needs to be a great experience except the entire premises are simply tired and worn. In cases where there has been some refurbishment, it has not been done in a way to ret... Read more
from No. VA
Submitted on 04-06-2016
The Millennium Biltmore Hotel in LA is a beautiful old, historic hotel that lets you relive the splendor of the years past. It has been exquisitely restored to its past glory, which will amaze you. Throughout the hotel, you'll see photos from key events that have happened in the Biltmore in the 20's, 30's and beyond. The rooms are very comfortable and quiet. The only disturbance you might (if you call it that) have is when they're shooting a movie in part of the hotel, which happens frequen... Read more
from Gold Coast, Australia
Submitted on 05-06-2016
This sumptuously decorated Angelino landmark evoked memories of the gilded age in its opulence, soaring ceilings, frescoes and murals. It was near-palatial in the space and settings of the public rooms. Our room was very large, with king-sized beds, huge walk-in wardrobe, state-of-the-art bathroom with all amenities, perfect work desk, and an in-room safe (all of which one expects). A strange omission, however, was that there was no refrigerator, and the large widows weren't effective in shuttin... Read more
from Starkville, MS
Submitted on 08-06-2016
Based on prior reviews I came with mixed emotions, but I have been well pleased. Based on what I saw they are still renovating some rooms. Pros: - Rooms have good lighting, including the bathroom - Room and bathroom were clean. - Historic hotel. I enjoyed just examining the architecture and features of the hotel. - Big closets - Mini fridge and a safe in each room - The rooms were quiet and the beds comfortable. - Internet speed was good. (Wed. at 8 pm - 10Mbps download/2.4 Mbps upload) - Onl... Read more
from Merced, California
Submitted on 10-06-2016
Spent the weekend here for the LA Film Festival and have no reason to fault it. Above all, the staff provided excellent, professional, and friendly service equally from valet, check-in, housekeeping, waitstaff, and security. Our room was spacious and had perfect climate control (though the bathroom was a bit on the small side it was still sufficient). Location was perfect for the Disney Concert Hall and superb downtown restaurants.
from Camarillo, California
Submitted on 12-06-2016
Downtown LA location means expensive parking. The garages nearby charge half the price. Rooms are small, but updated with modern amenities and comfortable beds. The lobby bar is nice, classic looking. The bathrooms could use an update. I'd stay here again and recommend.
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Submitted on 15-06-2016
First impressions were great. The architecture, the marble, the size of the lobby. Came down to a wonderful breakfast spread. Great waiters and staff. Great rooms, not new, but full of character. We spent two happy nights here in a decent sized room overlooking the inside courtyard so nice and quiet.
from Darwin, Australia
Submitted on 19-06-2016
The history and décor of this hotel is amazing, We were however a little disappointed with the hotel room which could of done with a coat of paint. We were on the 3rd floor and our room was on the small size. The TV was at the bottom of the bed with just enough room to walk around the bed and whilst it did have a desk, lamps and every thing you would expect it was all just a little under whelming after walking into such an amazing lobby. It was $9.95 for 24hrs of wifi... even if you were a gu... Read more
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Submitted on 26-06-2016
I stayed for one night on business and the public areas are amazing with all of the original 20's beauty and charm. Unfortunately that carries through to the rooms which are in much need of renovation. The carpet was dirty and worn, the mattress felt worn, and the furniture tired. The bathroom is tiny and all original which made for a not so pleasant experience. The location is great, but there are better options that are usually a little more expensive. You pay for what you get though.
from San Diego, California
Submitted on 26-06-2016
Entering the Biltmore is like being in a grand european palace. The interior is breathtaking. This is the location of the first Academy Awards. They were actually filming a movie in part of the hotel when i stayed there. The rooms are beautiful and reasonably priced. I love having a Black Dahlia cocktail sitting in the elegant cocktail lounge where she was last seen before they found her body nearby. They say she still haunts the hotel. This is my favorite place to stay in LA.
from Offshore
Submitted on 27-06-2016
The main reason for our stay in LA was to see a Gary Numan concert. The concert as is this hotel was fantastic. We stayed 3 nights and loved everything about this hotel. The staff were brilliant and helpful, the room was a good size, clean, neat and tidy with a great bed, the hotel décor is very 20's - great. You will see this hotel in plenty of movies. All in all everything was fabulous. Located in a good part of the city, parking available. I would recommend this hotel to every-one. It was ... Read more
from
Submitted on 07-07-2016
Wow. I don't even know where to begin. I'd definitely say if you've "Google'd" this hotel, don't judge a book by it's cover. Upon arrival I was so disappointed!! 1) After checking-in we had to take our own bags to the room. 2) The hotel rooms are old!! The hotel is in need of some serious renovations. 3) The cleanliness of the entire room (carpets, linen, towels) is questionable. 4) You have to pay for the Internet. (Although I was staying there during iPOP, I could use the wifi for free). The ... Read more
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 17-07-2016
nice boutique hotel in the city centre which is now safe and has been revitalised . easy to walk around LA from this well located hotel , hop on hop off bus pick up out the front . rooms are spacious with an old world charm very clean and well appointed , has a roman style indoor pool . the old ballroom is amazing and the history of hosting the grammys here.beautiful painted ceilings ,this is a great place to stay highly recommend.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-07-2016
Very good hotel looks like to be in a movie from the past. Clean rooms very good house keeping There is no minibar in the room which that could be consideted. Nice bar and very good atmosfere. Overall a very good place to spend your holidays no far from sightseeing
from El Cajon, California
Submitted on 20-07-2016
The hotel is beautiful, but the "Up graded" room needed some attention. The room was a good size, plenty of room (Strange Layout for a Handicapped Room) But I think the housekeeping needed to go back to a refresher course. They only vacuum the middle of the room...plus the cheep toilet seat wouldn't stay on the toilet to well. Light in closet didn't work right. Bed was very stiff. No handicapped access to pool or health center. I loved the architecture of the main hall and Group rooms. P... Read more
from Salt Lake City, Utah
Submitted on 20-07-2016
The public spaces are gorgeous and tell much about this hotel's glamorous past. But the rooms were very disappointing. I got to see inside two (because I asked for a change of room after I was first put in one across from a noisy maintenance area) and both were frumpy and dated. The bed also was one of the most uncomfortable I've ever experienced and not at all what I would expect from a hotel of this caliber and this price--the mattress was old and lumpy and the bed springs creaked whenever ... Read more
from Fresno, California
Submitted on 25-07-2016
It IS an old hotel, but has retained a lot of charm from when it hosted movie stars and dignitaries. We got upgraded to a suite (thank you, Ulises) and was just overwhelmed by the sheer beauty of everything. I usually stay at B&Bs because I enjoy that things are not cookie-cutter, and the Biltmore fits this description -- it doesn't look like the competition with newer designs. The water for the shower was instantly hot, the beds were comfortable, everything I needed (except for free wifi) wa... Read more
from california
Submitted on 30-07-2016
The facilities of the hotel struggle to keep up with the grand facade and the rooms look nothing like what you see on the website. The problem is that the hotel is so large and centrally located that it attracts mostly tour groups, so it's impossible to have a quiet and certainly not a romantic weekend. There's nothing that wrong with it, but it's a large and impersonal hotel best used as a business overnight, if you have to stay.The bathrooms are very small and poky, mainly because this is such... Read more
from
Submitted on 30-07-2016
Very attractive hotel in and around the lobby area however the room was small. Wifi was $10 a day!! Valet Parking also steep ($45-50 per day) but I guess that's in line with LA. There was cheaper underground parking right across the road. Lots of popular TV & Movie's filmed here which gave it a nice touch. Pool and gym facilities were OK, nothing special. Good restaurants and nice bars within a 5-10 min walk.
from Adelaide, Australia
Submitted on 31-07-2016
Arrived at 5 today with our Trafalgar tour group of about 43 people only to find that our rooms had been double booked and were not available. For my sister and I our only alternative was to accept a room with one double bed and a roll-away bed. This room is very smelly (cigarette smoke) but at least does not have the noise issues with which others in our group have to deal. This is the last night of the Trafalgar trip and unfortunately we have booked and paid for an extra night here. We now hav... Read more
from Miami, Florida
Submitted on 31-07-2016
The hotel is in a great location , walking distance to many photo friendly and nice eateries, now that the downtown is refurbished. It has many photo friendly sites from the moment you walk into the lobby . The bar right next to the lobby serves great food . Gotta have the shrimp cocktail... I know, I thought the same .... How different can a shrimp cocktail be? ..... Well , try these, served on a silver antique original hotel serveware .... Huge , fresh and delicious . The salmon was fantastic ... Read more
from Houston, Texas
Submitted on 31-07-2016
The hotel common area are absolutely beautiful. The hotel staff was very welcoming and helpful. We arrived after midnight and they sent up some bottled water for us. The restaurants were good, particularly breakfast. The room was not huge, but was a decent size for a hotel of this era. The pictures from the early days of the motion picture industry were fun to look at. The meeting spaces were very nice, and loved the afternoon tea. There are so many things to do and great restaurants within walk... Read more
from Los Angeles
Submitted on 01-08-2016
My friend and I checked in on Thursday as we were there for a conference that was in the hotel. Okay, we were told that we were "upgraded" because when we checked in 5pm, everything was full. We were put into a room on the 11th floor that had MOLD, DUST, and DIRT. It smelled so nasty and after only one night in there I was sick. They refused to move us even though they were booking more people on Friday. I got sick from it and had to drive back and forth for the rest of the conference, that su... Read more
from Albany, New York
Submitted on 04-08-2016
Loved staying at this hotel. Beautiful, classy, and elegant. Room on 8th floor was beautifully appointed, spacious, clean, and quiet. Bed was comfortable. This is one historic hotel that should not be missed. And easy access to a host of great downtown places.
from Leicester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 04-08-2016
We booked three rooms and arrived around midnight. Check in was smooth and requested if we could have all three rooms on the same floor. They could not accommodate, however we were allocated the newly renovated rooms which were great. Bathroom a little small, however clean and adequate and served the purpose. Had coffee/tea making facilities which was really handy. Fridge and iron/ironing board was also included in the room. Breakfast was very good, although a little pricy as was the bar. E... Read more
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 05-08-2016
This hotel gives you the experience of the world in the 1920s - beautiful interior, crafted in such a way that you feel transported back a century. Employees are almost universally helpful and polite, and care about your stay and your experience.
from Brisbane, Australia
Submitted on 06-08-2016
OK. Every aspect was great. Bed, linen, towels. Pillows food coffee.the ONLY area I feel that the hotel could do to make better is to do guided tours of all the history that is hidden in their ball rooms and the secrets hidden in the corridors we had the best time exploring. Thank you
from
Submitted on 08-08-2016
Had to vacate this odd property early -- just too creepy. It reminded me of the hotel in the Shining. Do yourself a favor and stay anywhere else. Hotel motto could have been 'you will get nothing and like it.' Moldy bathrooms. No minibar or water. Asked for adjoining rooms with my friend and the put us at opposite ends of a very long hall. Fairly sure my room was a meeting room...
from San Diego, California
Submitted on 09-08-2016
Was here for a 1 night stay to see Barbra Streisand at Staples Center. This hotel is perfectly located for a pleasant walk to the Staples Center. Rooms are totally remodeled to modern standards, yet maintain character from 1920s. Public areas are a treat (who can quarrel with Elizabethean Shields and Romantic Cherubs) and like being in a time capsule to the first golden era of Los Angeles. The old lobby was incredible. The new one more convenient as it has car park access. The reception sta... Read more
from
Submitted on 13-08-2016
Absolutely wonderful service and staff. Breakfast was to die for. Room service, bell hop, concierge was all very helpful and amazing. Size of the room and location was perfect. The hotel itself is breathtaking and amazingly huge with all the different ballrooms. The grande staircase in the entrance is perfect for taking pictures and making memories. It's an iconic hotel for a reason and I'm more than grateful for having the chance to stay there for the event.
from Evansville, Indiana
Submitted on 14-08-2016
In Los Angeles for a race and wanted a downtown hotel with character. Millennium Biltmore did not disappoint. Great location and historic site of numerous academy award ceremonies provides for nice stay. Lobby areas and hallways are elegant and dripping with nostalgia. Rooms are spacious and quality, though old structure is showing its age. If you are looking for great value, loads of character and not a sterile hotel experience - this is your place.
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Submitted on 16-08-2016
Rooms are just to small, no refrigerator, unless you pay 10$ a night, no micro wave, and to expensive for the size. The hotel is old, no water due to the drought, need some improvement, the phone in my room doesn't work Very disappointed
from Irvine, California
Submitted on 17-08-2016
The staff and property exceeded my expectation. it was wonderful. From the Bellmen, to the lobby. Security were present but helpful with directions etc. The room was clean and surprising spacious for a very old historic property
from Monterey, California
Submitted on 17-08-2016
We had a 80's concert that we were attending at the Staples Center in LA with our friends, so as always I looked for another haunted hotel as I've already stayed at another famous haunted hotel in LA, so wanted to try another. It was handy for being so close to the Staples Center and the hotel seemed very grand too. Nothing exciting happened that night apart from a fun time with our friends. The walls are extremely thin, and in the am you could hear people banging around in the hallway etc. Bed ... Read more
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