On seven landscaped acres near the Getty Center, the Luxe feels like a secluded country club—but it's also next to the I–405 for easy freeway access. Guest rooms have a comfortable residential look, with a taupe-and-brown color scheme, feather duvets, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and iPod base stations on bedside tables. Head for the spa, which offers 16 kinds of massages. OnSunset, the hotel's hidden restaurant is a neighborhood favorite for lunch on the sunny patio.
The hotel adds little fun perks for families like bubble baths and plenty of service.
Mar 29, 2005
This hotel is awful. The rooms are old, smelly and desperately need updating. The room had ants. The carpet is old and very dirty - we never took off our shoes. Don't believe any photos that make the rooms look nice. There was no bell service to help us with our 10 bags. We had to park the car ourselves and had to pay the same price as valet (and often it was hard to find a parking spot). You can hear the 405 freeway from your room as well as
the televisions in other rooms and all hallway activity.
Feb 28, 2004
Conveniently located off the 405 freeway, this hotel lives up to the expectations of its former name...Radisson. Nothing special. Certainly not luxury. It is amazing how a hotel can be judge simply by the pillows they provide. The Lux provided two pieces a foam covered by a pillow case.