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The Monterey Inn Hotel / The Old Bordello was established in the Hey Day of Los Angeles. We are one of the Oldest Historical Style Hotels in Los Angeles. 3 Blocks from the Ocean and 10 - 15 minutes from the Beaches in Both Directions. Close to many Attractions Queen Mary, Ports of Call, Cruise Ship Terminal, Los Angeles, Hollywood, China Town etc etc... ***
Very Important This is a walk back in time, The Hotel is simple Antebellum feeling upon Entry.
The Decor is Straight Hotel/ Hostel simple style. Victorian Patio Walk in the Rear has a Great View of Terminal Island Bridge and the Port of Los angeles. This property is popular on the Forth of July and New Years for viewing Fireworks.... Hard to Book first come and First Serve, a Simple Hidden Diamond of a Place. International and National Clients like this spot.
The Hotel is located in the port semi Industrial, This is walking Distance from Popular Filming Spots Fight Club, Barbwire, Crash, Crank and A man A Part. Highlighting Such Great Stars like Vin Diesal, Lawrence Tate, Justin Timberlake, Kurt Russell, JJason Straton, Denzel Washington, John Travolta, Harry Belafonte, Personal Visitors in our Hole in the wall hidden Hotel Steven Nash, and Multi millionaire Inventor of Help Me I've Fallen (Alert) But this is just to let you know we are ok. Clean Simple and Nice we do attract a variety of people.
spacious Lobby and check in area simple and clean coffee and Tea available til Evening
Fleet week good time for vacation in the Port
floor plan showing standard floor plan
Antebellum Couch in Lobby (Simple Saddleback Couch) of the 1800's
Barbwire star Pamela Anderson, Shot in port walking distance from Hotel and the shot your looking at has a shot of the hotel in the back.
front door of the Hotel. Greeting Simple Entracnce of the Hotel
chase lounges in the back of the hotel
Banning Museum is close by and it gives you the full victorian history