From Beach-Side to Airport-Adjacent These Are 12 of the Best Budget-Friendly Hotels in Los Angeles
Cheap Hotels in LA Near Hollywood
Best Western Plus Hollywood Hills Hotel
Enjoy casual elegance and affordable comfort at this chain hotel that’s within walking distance to popular Hollywood attractions like Grauman’s Chinese Theatre and the Walk of Fame. Within a 15-minute stroll, you can be listening to live music, sipping cocktails at a celebrity hot spot or searching for stars on Hollywood Boulevard.
The property hosts an outdoor pool built inside a private courtyard and is attached to the popular Café 101 diner for late-night eats. Guests can also sign up for sightseeing tours of the area.
The 86 retro-style rooms at the Best Western Plus Hollywood Hills come with a wide range of modern amenities, including flat-screen televisions, iPod docking stations, coffeemakers, microwaves and refrigerators. A variety of room sizes are available, with the Executive King Room being the largest.
The fully remodeled options come with a stunning panoramic view of Hollywood along with a fully equipped kitchenette and collections of famous Hollywood stars. Bathrooms feature handcrafted granite countertops, his and her sinks, and mirrored closet doors.
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Le Bon Hotel
A stylish boutique property, the Le Bon Hotel sits right in the middle of the Walk of Fame. Its biggest draw other than its extremely convenient location is its low nightly rates. It offers all the basics and then some, with its colorful decorated rooms featuring free WiFi, satellite TV with a DVD player, a coffeemaker and refrigerator.
While there is no restaurant on site, complimentary coffee and donuts are provided for a quick bite before sightseeing, and within a five-minute stroll is a restaurant favorite, the Chicken Dijon Rotisserie & Grill.
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Mama Shelter Los Angeles is a unique Hollywood option — its fun and funky vibe along with affordable rates make it a popular choice among the hipper, younger crowd. It’s just a block from Hollywood Boulevard, making it easy to access the Chinese Theatre and Walk of Fame, with an atmosphere that makes it feel like you’re staying in your cool friend’s apartment.
There are exposed, white-painted brick walls and chalkboard messages on the ceiling, eclectic decor like vibrantly colored rugs, woven Mexican blankets and vintage steamer trunks along with a Foosball table in the lobby.
Its biggest draw is that it offers one of the best rooftop patios in the city. Here you’ll find an excellent restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails with an amazing backdrop of Hollywood. A hot gathering place from morning to night, there are wooden communal tables that encourage meeting and mingling.
Mama Shelter’s 70 simple yet comfortable rooms come in various sizes, all featuring 27-inch iMacs, free WiFi, radios, televisions, mini-fridges and work desks. The largest rooms also have lounge areas for even more space to stretch out.