- The @LA Lodging directory only lists properties in Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura Counties,
western Riverside County and southwestern San Bernardino County.
- You must select either a county/region or type in the name of a city
in order to see any results.
- You may also enter any text to be found in the name of the property
without specifying a county/region or city.
A search of "hilton" will give you all Hilton Hotels in the database.
- If you are unsure about the spelling of a property, you can use partial words.
For example, suppose you want find a Doubletree Hotel,
but you don't know if Doubletree is one or two words: Search on "double".
- Name text can be specified in conjunction with a county/region or city selection.
- City searches require that you correctly spell the full name of the city.
A search on "hollywood" will not return any properties from North Hollywood.
A search on "holly" will not return any matches.
- If you search for the city "Los Angeles", not many listings are likely to be returned.
All Los Angeles city entries are classified by suburb or community name.
For example, you can search on "downtown", "mid city", "hancock park"
"miracle mile", "west la", "palms", "mar vista", "brentwood", "koreatown", etc.
- Do not include the state (CA or California) in the city search.
This will cause the search to return no matches.
All properties in the database are in the greater LA area (and therefore in California).
- All text searches are case insensitive.
- Do not include quotes for any text search.
- A chain is a nationwide or international group of hotels or motels.
An independent property belongs to no chain.
- Every property is classified as either a motel, hotel, bed & breakfast, youth hostel or cottage/cabin.
Additionally, any property can also be classified as an (all-)suite or resort property.