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115 S. Fairfax Ave Los Angeles, CA 90036
115 S. Fairfax AveUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90036
66 curated guestrooms designed for creative, modern traditionalist travelers
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Rooms & suites with quirky country style offering denim duvets, a pool & a down-home eatery/bar.- Google
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Anat Erez-Fellner
6 months ago
The hotel was OK at best. There wasn't any closet in the room. Modern, I get it but no closet? Get it together. Also the hotel was under construction and so was the pool! What did we get as compensation after complaining? ONE drink ticket! One for two people! And really?? A drink Ticket? We stayed there for over a week! With construction starting at 8 am!! This must be a joke. Will NEVER recommend this to anyone. Very very very disappointing.
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Adam Bernard
a year ago
I stayed at the Farmer’s Daughter last week and have been raving about it ever since. The place is beautiful, the staff is fantastic, they have a whiskey happy hour (which gave me quite the education on the spirit!), and there’s a great restaurant and bar attached that has a wild brunch. If you’re the least bit athletic you’ll be able to walk to quite a few Hollywood hot spots from the hotel. First of all, the Farmer’s Market, and The Grove, are right across the street. In the span of four days I ate Brazilian BBQ, fantastic Mexican, and one of the best burgers I’ve ever had in my life. (FYI - If you get up early, and hit up The Grove before the majority of the stores open, it’s pretty awesome to walk around the nearly empty outdoor mall, see the fountains, and hear the music, which the day I went was Sinatra, playing through the speakers) There’s also a 24 hour CVS down the street, which came in handy when I needed an energy drink at a random hour. I walked to the El Rey Theatre (1.5 miles) for a show, the route to which had me pass right by LACMA. Melrose, and all its quirky shops (and my friend’s art galleries) is also only 1.5 miles away. Amoeba Music is a bit more of a haul at around 3 miles away, but that’s still not bad being that most days are beautiful. Also, less than half a mile up from Melrose is Hollywood Boulevard, which you want to walk down anyway. The hotel’s whiskey happy hour is a brilliant idea, as it allows a variety of folks staying at the Farmer’s Daughter to meet, making us less strangers, and more friends, while staying there. Overall, my experience at the Farmer’s Daughter was fantastic, and I plan on staying there again the next time I hit LA. Pro Tip: If you’re getting there from the airport during peak traffic hours, Uber has a flat rate of $65 for the ride (if a friend has an Uber promo code you can knock $20 off of that). If, however, your ride will be during off hours (like my ride to the airport at 7:45am on a Sunday), ask the hotel to call you a cab the day before. It will only be around $45 for the ride.
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Cesar Fernandez
2 years ago
Great hotel and real cozy. Great to take your lady there and enjoy LA!
A Google User
2 years ago
I have never been more disappointed in a company's customer service than I have today. I received an deal e-mail for this hotel. I looked at the company's website and was excited about trying a new local hotel and restaurant. I made a point to look at the details so I would know what the limitations were for the deal. I was very interested in the No Tell Room and I decided that I would take the plunge and purchase the deal. I reserved the room only to hear back from the reservations clerk on my voicemail stating that the deal does not apply to suites. I clearly read the restrictions prior to my purchase and reservations. I was careful in reading the property's website that was advertised to make sure that I was booking within the guidelines of the offered deal. The deal is clear about what it offered. It clearly stated that I am required to pay a green fee, the blackout dates, and the fact that the voucher cannot be used for SUITES. The property's website in NO WAY indicates that the No Tell Room is anything but a ROOM. The hotel offers single rooms, double rooms, no tell room, and farmers suites. Anyone that reads the hotel website could righteously say that the farmer's suite is not part of the deal, but the other ROOMS are within the parameters of the deal offered. The description of the No Tell Room on the hotel website in no way indicates that it is a suite, but only references it as a ROOM. It does not indicated that it has more than one room, possibly indicating a suite. There is no reference anywhere on the hotel website that this ROOM is a suite. The deal does not restrict any of the rooms, it only says that the customer cannot use it for a suite. I contacted the Farmer's Daughter Hotel and received the worst service. The operator answered and I requested the reservation department. She stated that she could help me. I informed her of my voicemail and she abruptly stated that the deal was no good for suites. I tried to tell her about the verbiage on the deal website and their own website and she cut me off stating that it is not good on a suite. Frustrated, I asked for the General Manager of the property. I was transferred to Dan (unknown last name), who stated that he was the GM of the Farmer's Daughter. He was abrupt and constantly interrupted as I told him my plight. He repeatedly stated that it didn't matter what the website stated, that their in-house computer systems indicate the the No Tell Room is a suite. When I tried to tell him that his website does not indicate this, he stated that he was still not going to honor the deal for that room. When I shared my frustrations with Farmer's Daughter not standing by their advertised work, Dan told me that he was still not going to honor what was advertised. This is a company who doesn't stand behind their advertising and will never have my business.
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Jordan Burke
a year ago
Very disappointed. Not worth the price. This place is a superficially remodeled seedy motel. Mold in the bathroom, shower barely worked and tub didn't drain. Room didn't smell so great either. Pricey valet parking. I suppose they can get away with it due to the location.
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michael walsh
8 months ago
Fun hotel. The owners are lovely. The restaurant Tart inside has some great American dishes. Its right across from the Grove
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Marco Paglia
a year ago
Not worth it. It's just a motel. I would recommend it only if you can get a really cheap offer
A Google User
6 years ago
We booked the internet deal whicn included room, breakfast for 2, and valet parking. Anthony, the valet was the greatest. Front desk staff was pleasant, and when we told the maid she didnt have to clean, just change towels, she still made the bed proper for us. We didnt care because we were gone all day. It was nice of her. Hotel was clean and very nice decor. Good breakfst too. We would definately stay again.


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