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Los Angeles Hotels

The Beverly Garland Holiday Inn

  • 4222 Vineland Ave. Map It
  • Practical Base


  • Large pool and play area
  • Unpretentious and friendly feel
  • On-site Wi-Fi café


  • Small bathrooms
  • Touristy
  • $15 self-parking lot charge

Updated 04/01/2014

Fodor's Review

The Hollywood connection at this family-run, lodgelike hotel on seven acres starts in the lobby, where framed photos of hotel namesake actress Beverly Garland line the walls. Rooms, all of which come with private balconies or patios, are set in two separate buildings, evoking rustic California with its adobe walls, covered walkways, and pines. Those next to the Hollywood Freeway are double-paned for soundproofing. Transportation to Universal Studios and a nearby Metro

stop is free. A sweet bonus: special kids' suites have bunk beds and access to video games.

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Hotel Information


4222 Vineland Ave., Los Angeles, California, 91602, United States

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818-980–8000; 800-238–3759

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 238 rooms, 17 suites
  • No meals

Updated 04/01/2014

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By Jason

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Jul 13, 2001


The rooms are old & run down. The traffic is loud. At about 6AM someone tried to break into our room. That about sums it up! Stay away from this DUMP!

By Joe

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Oct 16, 2000

Roll Em! - Not a nice way to wake up at the Bev. Garland

My girlfriend and I had a nightmare of an experience at the Bev on a trip to the Dem Convention. We were rudely awakened from our slumber at 6am (after a late night out) by the sound of trucks unloading and grips yelling in preparation for a commercial they were filming in the parking lot a mere 15 feet outside our sliding glass door on the 1st floor. Much to the hotel manager's credit - he comped us for the night and moved us to an isolated room

free from noise on our second night. I new we were staying close to Hollywood, but this was a bit too close for comfort. The place is nice for what we paid, and pretty close to downtown and convenient to universal, but oftentimes you can get a better rate at the Hilton or Sheraton Universal when those hotels are running specials.

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