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This comfortable hotel is located in Redondo Beach / South Bay. A total of 122 guest rooms are available for guests' convenience at Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Torrance Blv. Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Torrance Blv offers Wi-Fi internet connection in communal areas. As this hotel features 24-hour reception, guests are always welcome.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
severalFree self parking
Pet friendly but not the best
Reviewed 11 august, 2021
I stayed here one night with my dog . Pet friendly with no additional fee. The check in process took a little longer than usual but was friendly. The elevator is super testy and slow. Nearly impossible to get the luggage cart in and out of the elevator and the vestibule around the elevator on the third floor made it extremely difficult. The hallways smelled faintly of smoke. The microwave may have belonged to Fred Flintstone but it did have a full-size fridge and stove . The room appeared clean but the floor was sticky. I put on white socks and after 5 to 10 minutes looked down at my socks were filthy . Ewwww . The parking is truly an issue here. The parking spaces are not large enough for a regular car to fit in much less fit in and be able to unload luggage. Many people taking up two spaces and lots of difficulty finding a parking space for others. Also, the Internet is trash so I stayed on cellular . The room was quiet and that made it comfortable for my dog who was able to relax right away. A huge plus for me when he is not stressed. The bed was comfortable enough albeit small . I am not sure if it’s a queen or a double. It could be a queen but feels like a double to me. Overall a decent experience for the price and much better than other extended stays I have been to.
Typical but Something Strange
Reviewed 4 march, 2021
This is your typical Extended Stay nothing that flash. Something that really bothered me during my stay was it appears the hotel is some sort of station for ambulances. I was repeatedly woken up early morning and late at night by ambulances turning on there sirens as they leave for an emergency. I didn't realize they were parking there until after I checked out but I am not sure why a hotel wants an ambulance stationed on site disturbing there guests. I would not stay there again for this reason.
Reviewed 3 march, 2021
Maybe I just got (un)lucky with my room. The room looked and seemed clean and updated. Luckily, I was so tired that I fell asleep on top of the comforter with my personal blanket. The next morning a small “roach-like” bug was crawling next to me on the bed. I had to bag all my items and find a new place to stay. Besides the bed bugs, the rest of the hotel was decent. Nice tile, furniture, comfortable bed, updated and spacious bathroom. The kitchen cabinets had some water damage and there were no kitchen items for use due to COVID. Not even plastic silverware. Kind of inconvenient.
House of Horrors
Reviewed 23 august, 2020
Where to begin.. First and foremost, the rooms look NOTHING like the pictures advertised! The entire room just gave us the heebie jeebies and I literally had to disinfect everything before I could even put my bags down. Secondly, the cabinets were peeling and the refrigerator just looked contaminated from the inside out. The room was extremely moist due to the fact they still use swap coolers and not a regular A/C unit like everyone else in 2020. The bathroom door would not lock and the room smells constantly like hot swamp water. I asked for a set of replacement towels on day two and they told me I couldn’t get new towels until I brought down my old towels in a bag to the lobby area. I could go on and on but I’ll spare the details. This Extended Stay was overall a terrible experience and now I have to return home and disinfect all of my belongings. Save your money!
Reviewed 5 march, 2020
I think this place provided what it planned to offer for people staying awhile, but it is odd. Nice staff. Stove top, frigh, sink in the room. However, since it focuses on people staying awhile who might want to cook in the room, you have to ask for just about everything. There were no drinking glasses in the room, only one waste basket, no daily emptying of that sole waste basket, no daily bed making, no daily towel replacement (weekly only, I was told). The electrical outlets are few and difficult to find, which is difficult in these days of multiple electronic devices. The walls and ceiling/floor are very thin and you could hear a lot the other guests were doing. One of my colleagues was kept up by a dog barking in the next room, and I had some very lead-footed people above me. My refrigerator made odd clicking noises, probably from the freezer fan, and I reported it to the front desk, but nothing was ever done and nobody said anything about it to me in spite of my request. There is no bar or restaurant here, which I don't think I have ever seen in a motel before. They did put out coffee urns each day, and in the morning had some of those celophone-wrapped muffins, which were perhaps basically edible but that's it. And if it is appealing to people who don't have much money and need a cheap "extended stay", this place is not that cheap, certainly more than somebody on minimum wage could afford. So, overall, it'll do but not something to look forward to.