LA hotels with good wifi?
August 3, 2004 4:54 PM   Subscribe

MetaLAHotelWifiFilter: can anyone recommend a decent hotel around the $80-100 per night mark in LA - with good wireless provision? Preferably in or nearish the Burbank area...? If that price is laughable (not really sure for LA), then just decent recommendations at whatever price.
posted by humuhumu to Travel & Transportation around Los Angeles, LA (7 answers total)
 
The best Wi-Fi hotels
Some 6,000 hotels around the world offer the service
posted by matteo at 5:02 PM on August 3, 2004


offtopic:
Boston WiFi
posted by matteo at 5:04 PM on August 3, 2004


Hmmm.... Not sure how much the Universal Hitlon is (or, I should say, how much it may go for at biddingfortravel.com). I know there's a Holiday Inn Express on Barham/Chauenga (hard to say, the road kinda changes names).

Of course, should you want a little character, there's always The Safari Hotel made famous in "True Romance." Of course, it won't have WiFi, but I think Starbucks leaves their WiFi on 24/7, so you could just pull up next to the store and check your email.

Will you have a car? What are your needs when in town?
posted by herc at 5:05 PM on August 3, 2004


Yes to the car. Will be visiting various companies in the area over a 2-3 day period. Some in Burbank, some in another part I can't remember but is about half an hour away from there.

Thanks for that MSNBC link, matteo - hadn't realised WiFi was as widespread as it seems, given what that says. PLenty of chains to pick from.

Any good recommendations for things that a couple of geeks should really see while in town?
posted by humuhumu at 12:27 AM on August 4, 2004


Actually, the Safari Inn does have wireless access. I didn't much like True Romance, but the guy I'm travelling with loved it. Well priced, just renovated. I think we've found our place. Thanks herc!
posted by humuhumu at 3:01 AM on August 4, 2004


Well, I'll be.

There some solid "what to do in LA" threads in AskMeta already. No doubt you'll check those before going.

I recommend the Museum of Jurrasic Technology.
posted by herc at 1:56 PM on August 4, 2004


I stayed at the Farmer's Daughter, near the Farmer's Market, Fairfax. I think it was about 130 bucks a night, with free Internet (wireless in public areas and some rooms, wired elsewhere). V recommended.
posted by deaddodo at 1:37 PM on August 5, 2004


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