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Central to many of the top sights and must-do activities in Los Angeles, the Hotel Normandie is an excellent choice for your break in L.A. Access Downtown L.A. with ease, or head up to Hollywood for famous attractions like the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Grauman's Chinese Theatre. In the heart of Koreatown, sample some of the city’s best international cuisine right on the hotel’s doorstep.
Built in the 1920s by famed architects Walker & Eisen, the Hotel Normandie has long established itself as an iconic L.A. hotel. Handy in-room amenities include a large flat screen TV, Gilchrist & Soames bath products, and complimentary Wi-Fi access. A unique and beautiful hotel property inside and out, you’ll feel right at home here.
One of the oldest and best burger joints in the area, Cassell’s Hamburgers can be found onsite at the Hotel Normandie and is a must-visit for guests. Ideal for a cocktail or two when night falls, The Normandie Club is also worth trying and a great place for meeting friends, old and new.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 91
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Concierge Desk
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Name: Los Angeles International Airport
- Distance: 19.6 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Los Angeles International Airport Distance: 19.6 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 715 reviews
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Stay Date: 02/2018, KendraDawnRN wrote this review.
My son and I stayed here at the last minute for All Star Weekend. It's a short inexpensive shared ride service away from the convention center and the Staples Center. It's historic charm is still evident in the building with the hardwood floors and t… See more
My son and I stayed here at the last minute for All Star Weekend. It's a short inexpensive shared ride service away from the convention center and the Staples Center. It's historic charm is still evident in the building with the hardwood floors and the tufted leather in the lobby reminds me of an unscale smoking lounge. The staff are very friendly and smiled all the time. They offer complimentary continental breakfast, which was sufficient. As for the room, it was very nice. My son and I had double beds. It was spacious enough and the beds were comfortable. The bathroom was nice as well. Everything was clean. My only complaint is that it is pretty noisy on the side we stayed. It literally felt like the diners below us were sitting in our room and we were on the 4th floor. I had to sleep with my earbud in to listen to music in order to sleep. I did mention this upon check out and the young man at the desk said they could have moved me. I guess I didn't consider moving because some of the other reviews said it was noisy. Perhaps I should have spoken up. The other thing was the view. It was a nice brick wall with barbed wire at the top! Luckily we didn't spend too much time in the room. I think if the hotel spent a little money to insulate the windows it would give their customers a much better experience. If not for the noise, I could have easily given this hotel a rating of 4. I'd stay here again, just on the other side of the hotel. Collapse
Historic, slightly hip, good staff
Stay Date: 02/2018, Ebriolus wrote this review.
Booked last minute for an overnight stay. I've been in the lobby of the hotel before, and it has wonderful old-world charm: A place right out of 40's noir Los Angeles. The staff was prompt and friendly. When I got to the room, my initial reaction… See more
Booked last minute for an overnight stay. I've been in the lobby of the hotel before, and it has wonderful old-world charm: A place right out of 40's noir Los Angeles. The staff was prompt and friendly. When I got to the room, my initial reaction was a bit of disappointment: Although the room was clean, the appointments were quite ordinary, and the bathroom small. But after staying overnight, I've come to like the charm of the place. The bathroom tile is still the original from maybe the 1940's, and the single light fixture (maybe a reproduction) is equally vintage. But I love it -- pure character. Even the toilet bowl is old-school, and is large and comfortable. The shower is a tad small because it's based on the vintage tub, but it's fine. Again, this is a vintage look and feel, and that's not to your liking, your are *not* going to like this place. The bathroom door looks original. The floors are original, with carpet nail holes from previous generations of carpet, but I wouldn't change them a bit -- again, all vintage touches. Nice area rug covers most of the main room. The room I got is not very large -- not even large enough for a closet; there are some hanging hooks on a bracket on the wall for clothes. The desk in the entry way is the one thing I'd replace if I were doing upgrades -- it was a little worn, and didn't match the vintage style of the rest of the room at all. The continental breakfast (cereals, muffins, etc) was fine. The dining room is a little loud, but you feel like your on the set of a Dashiell Hammet movie. I paid a last-minute price for the room, so at this price I probably wouldn't stay again. But looking at various booking sites, it can be had for much less. Next time we come to town, my wife and I will give it a try. Collapse
Stayed here on a last minute booking
Stay Date: 02/2018, Melanie T wrote this review.
Three of my friends and I booked Hotel Normandie last minute. And by last minute, I mean we checked into our Airbnb at 3 am the night before, found ants lining the tub, and decided we couldn't stay there the rest of the weekend, last minute. It was t… See more
Three of my friends and I booked Hotel Normandie last minute. And by last minute, I mean we checked into our Airbnb at 3 am the night before, found ants lining the tub, and decided we couldn't stay there the rest of the weekend, last minute. It was the best deal we could find on such a short notice, and it was also one of the hotels I had been looking into before we booked the Airbnb. Here are some of the pros/cons: Pros: 1. Located right in K-Town (didn't seem like it was the sketchy part), so there are lots of restaurants nearby. THere's a burger place right in the hotel. I didn't get to try it but it had pretty good reviews 2. When we arrived in the room, there was one bottle of water. Housekeeping must have noticed that four people were staying there because the next day, there were four bottles 3. They let us check in early at around 10 am 4. The sink in the room is located outside of the bathroom, which was convenient and efficient for four girls staying in one room 5. Breakfast is included. It's your basic bagels, toast, muffins, cereal, fruit yogurt, but they also have Clif bars! No hot breakfast but it was decent and there were quite a few options Cons: 1. The pillows are high and uncomfortable 2. Old and slow elevators 3. It's located next door to a bar so it can be noisy at night Collapse
Last Minute Visit with Dog in Tow
Stay Date: 02/2018, gracek312 wrote this review.
So on a whim, instead of flying into LA, we decided to drive and bring the dog. Wow, it is tough finding a decent hotel with the dog in tow. Wanting to be close to Koreatown with all the food options, I decided to try this hotel since it was one of… See more
So on a whim, instead of flying into LA, we decided to drive and bring the dog. Wow, it is tough finding a decent hotel with the dog in tow. Wanting to be close to Koreatown with all the food options, I decided to try this hotel since it was one of the few that allowed dogs and was under $200 per night. Given I was only going to be in LA overnight and for less than 24 hours, I just wanted a place to lay my head. But I was pleasantly surprised! All in all, I thought the hotel was super-quaint and stylish. The rooms are small, but it had everything we wanted including a working fridge and a vanity area. The water pressure is superb (a big must for me), and the bed was comfortable enough (and I liked the pillows). The TV had plenty of satellite channels including Korean channels. The AC worked perfectly. The lobby is very chic, and within 1-2 blocks, you have everything from Starbucks to late-night eateries, clubs, etc. You can’t ask for more in location if you want to be close to Ktown. Valet was $32/night with in/out privileges. Thanks for a quick and peaceful stay, Hotel Normandy! Collapse
A historic boutique hotel close to Korea town and Downtown LA
Stay Date: 10/2017, Gallongom wrote this review.
Stayed with my daughter a few days and loved the place. The building itself is a Renaissance Revival style hotel and recently renovated. Centrally located, Normandie hotel is close to a historic, cultural and entertainment destinations of LA. 역사적… See more
Stayed with my daughter a few days and loved the place. The building itself is a Renaissance Revival style hotel and recently renovated. Centrally located, Normandie hotel is close to a historic, cultural and entertainment destinations of LA. 역사적인 건물을 리노베이션하여 호텔로 개장하였습니다. LA 코리아타운 및 다운타운의 어트랙션들과 가까워 관광객들이 베이스로 삼기에 좋은 위치입니다. Collapse
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