Le Parc Suite Hotel

From the hotel:

Le Parc is a sophisticated all suite boutique hotel in the chic neighborhood of West Hollywood. The stylish studio and one bedroom suites, each with private balcony, offer luxuries like fully-stocked kitchenettes, fireplaces and 42" Plasma TV's. On our rooftop, enjoy floodlit tennis courts, a heated swimming pool, whirlpool, and sunning deck - all with views of Hollywood as a signature backdrop.

Our in-hotel restaurant offers intimate bistro dining, and our meeting and event spaces accommodate groups up to 40. At Le Parc Suite Hotel you'll find the best of Los Angeles - all blocks away from our secluded location.

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733 NW Knoll Drive

Partner Reviews: Le Parc Suite Hotel

Pleasant Stay

Rating: 10

I am a local, and my parents (who are from out of state) stayed here for a second time this past weekend. They were once again so pleased with their experience that I wanted to write a review just to let people know what a superb hotel this is. The rooms have lots of space (my parents got a studio instead of the larger rooms this time and were still just as happy). The restaurant appears to be a low-key place where a lot of people go to make business deals without the hype of "being seen." I found the staff to be exceptionally friendly and willing to go the extra mile if you alerted them to a problem. (My parents called down for wash cloths and were brought 10 of them). The only thing I noticed was that valet could be a little slow -- they might need more backup -- and I hate writing that just because they were so nice. However, that area could be improved. I know I will recommend this hotel to all my out-of-town guests in the future.

posted by hsla on Mar 2, 2008

The General Manager should be fired

Rating: 2

After booking many events and weddings and reccomending this hotel to over 2000 people over the years. We were presented with a problem with the bride and groom and the general manager was not accomidating or helpful in any way. He was yelling a screaming and refused( good customer service...huh?) to help us with parking some of the bride's friends cars and also was talking over me the entire conversation. VERY POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE I WILL NEVER RECCOMEND THIS HOTEL AGAIN. With the amount of money they charge you would think they would hire a better GM to handle last minute issues and try to help in figuring out resolutions rather than causing more of a problems.He refused to park 7 cars of which were friends of the Bride. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GREAT HOTEL IN WEST HOLLYWOOD FOR THE SAME PRICE STAY AT THE ORLANDO. THEY HAVE A WONDERFUL STAFF AN AMAZING GM AND THEY WILL RENDER ANY ISSUES YOU MAY HAVE.

posted by wparker99 on Sep 15, 2007

What a Special Find

Rating: 10

Found this hotel on expedia and stayed for two nights -- rooms were extra large and we got a remodeled suite with every amenity you might expect. Payed $185.00 per night -- great value. The restaurant was first rate -- a hidden jewel. Be sure to have the smoked salmon quesadillas -- they are out of this world. Also, the pool and view of the Hollywood Hills is amazing. We walked to Santa Monica Blvd., then up to Sunset and had coffe at Urth Cafe. Great location and great staff. Everyone was friendly including the two bell staff who said they've been with the hotel for over 15 years! Can't wait to come back again.

posted by bobbypeters on May 19, 2005

Never Again

Rating: 4

When we arrived I asked for help with our bags from the valet/bell desk. The guy picked them up off the curb (I had to get them out of the car) and placed them 3 stairs down outside the lobby. We are both capable women but since I asked for help I thought I was going to get it. The hallways smelled musty but the room smelled ok. I was expecting fruit in our room because it is listed as an amenity but no such thing was found. The room was large but needs renovation, the bathroom especially needed help. The wall shook and made an awful noise when we took our showers, when I mentioned it to the front desk he said they'd look into it (right!), It wasn't just our room it was everybodies. The fireplace didn't work either. I am glad we weren't there long.

posted by preshi on May 10, 2005

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