The Rose Hotel is a little gem on Rose Avenue, newly renovated by fashion photographer Glen Luchford. The hotel actually belonged to Venice’s founder, Abbot Kinney, and you can feel the hotel’s 20th century past with its hardwood floors and furnishings. Guests are provided with Stumptown coffee, croissants from Sugarbloom bakery and juice from Moon Juice. Beach cruisers are also available to rent.
You’ve researched the best free things to do in L.A., read up on which beaches won’t charge you an arm and a leg for parking and figured out when you can catch a free concert. Now, you just need to find a cheap hotel in Los Angeles. While this city is certainly known for its luxurious digs, it’s not without its wallet-friendly options—even by the beach. Before you come to visit, consider staying in one of these cheap hotels in Los Angeles.