It looks a bit dingy from the outside and check-in was slow as it's organized through the restaurant/bar below, but once inside, it's a nice, clean place. I had pre-booked over the phone and was given a quieter room at the back as I had to be up very early the following morning. They had pre-warned me about the live music in the bar from 8-11pm and although it was loud, the times were accurate. I was up and away too early for breakfast but the dining area looked nice. The room was clean, bed very comfy and the TV had film channels in English. It's in a really good location right next to the Basilica so I guess this, coupled with it being the only real hotel and not a pay by the hour bed, enables them to charge $35.
nous nous sommes rabattus sur cet hotel car c'etait le seul répertorié dans le guide lonely planet! Ce fut le pire de notre séjour à savoir lattes manquantes dans le lit 1 personne, dessus de lit plus que douteux de propreté, probleme d acoustique car au dessus du bar restaurant du meme nom et pour finir, vol de notre sac à dos le seul point positif est la vue sur la basilique qui est magnifique!
I stayed here one Thursday night in late Sept 2015. Arriving late in the evening I called ahead and was instructed to find a restaurant called La Puerta del Sol to pick up the key. The Los Angeles Lodge is above the restaurant - it is actually on Av.1 between Calles 13 & 15 (Trip Advisor currently has the incorrect address). Av.1 runs along the north side of the basilica and plaza. The place is nothing fancy, but it is very clean and perfectly acceptable ... except for the noise. I was given a room that fronted the street and basilica and until 1am there were frequent vehicles, especially very noisy motorbikes, passing by (this is pretty typical of Costa Rican towns I have visited). Unlike Zdekal's experience, there was no noise from the restaurant/bar below which was closing by the time I found the place just before 10pm, but there was noise from people either walking along the street or leaving other nearby establishments. Of course, the vehicle noise recommended at about 5:30 as people started to go to work again, so not a huge amount of sleep was had. There are other rooms that do not face the street which would probably be better from the noise perspective. There were also (homeless ?) people hanging about the plaza which gave me some concern about the safety of my rental car which I had to park in the street, directly opposite, but street-front position did allow me to keep an eye on it whilst I was kept awake by all the noise!! I noticed that the police also made several drive bys and even a foot patrol. My car did not come to any grief. Room was a basically furnished with 2 beds (a double and a single) which were okay but not particularly comfortable. Bathroom basic, but again adequate, although the toilet did smell like the sewer was coming back up! Breakfast in a basic but pleasant room with street view (also with a balcony) was basic scrambled eggs, crusty bread slices, orange juice and coffee. I noticed that local/CR guests were provided additionally with gallo pinto, but the two gringos were not (however I didn't question it why since the staff and I didn't share mush common language and I was in a hurry to get on my way!). The breakfast lady was quite friendly. Unlike others here, I paid only USD 35 including the breakfast, and this was the price for one person displayed on a notice in the reception. …
Il y a tres peu d'hotels dans cette ville peu touristique, pourtant au pied du volcan Irazu. Ce B&B a plusieurs types de chambre. Tres bon rapport qualite/prix si vous pouvez avoir la chambre 8 pour 50 US$ (pour deux personnes): grande chambre claire avec deux grands lits confortables; frigo; douche chaude; grande TV a ecran plat. Dommage que, contrairement a ce qu'ecrit le LP, le petit-dejeuner ne soit pas copieux. En fait, il est correct, sans plus. Dommage aussi qu'il n'y ait pas de climatisation. Attention: le samedi soir (jusqu'a 23h), il y a bal dans le restaurant qui se trouve sous les chambres.
im a backpacker, and i really enjoyed thia hotel! a little bit expensive for me, but breakfast is included, the location is great, just in front of the basilica. nice room, private bathroom. great staff, really good people. i stayed here for one night, and visited at volcan irazu and the basilica. there's nothing else to do in cortago.
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