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Farmer’s Daughter Hotel in Los Angeles, CA

Farmer’s Daughter Hotel in Los Angeles, CA

Specialties

We specialize in a boutique experience in one of the best central locations in Los Angeles.

If you are looking to socialize, spend time with that special someone or let the artist in you be inspired our Robin Rooms are made for you.

If your thing is to drop your bags and go our standard rooms are just thing for you.

Our restaurant Tart serves up inspired dishes that can only be described as " American goes to London and has an affair in Paris " .
Brunch all day until 4 PM and Dinner until the late hours.
So come and join us under the Los Angeles sun in our outdoor courtyard.

History

Established in 1962.

The Farmer's Daughter grew up on Fairfax between Melrose and 3rd Street when the area was not exactly what it is today. Back then, there was the historic Farmer's Market area, but no Grove shopping mall. There was 3rd Street, but not all those cool shops. As the area revitalized in the late 90's, the Farmer's Daughter was also transformed from a simple country girl into an LA icon.

 

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Rating: 3.60

Address: 115 S Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA, 90036
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Comments (125):

1. amanda h.
styish and CLEAN rooms, central location, excellent restaurant and low cost.  what more could you want in a hotel?!

01/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Jane A.
This is really a 4.5 star hotel.  Let's begin with why I knocked it down 1/2 point.  It is an older hotel and with any older hotel, you can hear the plumbing, and the fan goes on with the light in the bathroom......but on the other hand, they have done everything they possibly can with the propertyto make this a great space.  The service here was impeccable.  There was a mix up with my reservations, and the woman at the front desk MORE than accommodated me.  Tart was a super cute restaurant where we had great cocktails, and a great breakfast (brunch) the next morning.  The location is fantastic being at Fairfax and Beverly, in the middle of so many fun neighborhoods.  The service was amazing, and that is so important these days when most people think that good customer service means standing at the front door saying hello, and not knowing how to do anything.  And.... they sell super cute undies and t-shirts that say "Farmer's Daughter" and Tart."

01/01/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Sebastien V.
I liked the experience I had there, rooms are a little cheesy (there were mirrors on the ceiling !) but pretty and very big (at least the one we had). The place is quiet too. Valet Parking was ok but $12 a day for hotel guests.

17/08/06 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. bryant p.
A true gem in disguise. Why spend overpriced rates for rooms that are so boring and "corporate"? For a fraction of the price, you can afford a pleasant stay at the Farmer's Daughter motel. It's all about the people and the atmosphere.

08/04/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
5. Carla B.
As I know it, the place was a dump in the 70s and 80s, was bought by someone else, renovated, was great for about 5 minutes in the late 90s and is now a dump again, apparently.  The staff is pretty lackluster and the entire property needs an acoustic overhaul.  Whoever thought that piping music throughout the open-air halls 24/7 was a good idea needs to have their head examined.  It's a hotel, not Les Deux.  And even Les Deux closes sometimes.  The hotel's location is convenient for many things, but overall, I don't think I'll ever stay here again.  This was a huge disappointment.  It's worth paying a few extra dollars for a hotel that has a clue

07/04/08 | Link | Rating: 1.0
6. Mike H.
This is a pretty cool little hotel and the staff was very friendly. I checked in and went downstairs to have some lunch and the waiter was on his game and the food was good. After lunch I walked over to the Farmers Market and then to the Grove . I think the rooms are cool and I had a pretty good time staying here. I will stay again.

21/11/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
7. T L.
Warning: This review is based on my experience 2 years ago.

The discounted rate was about $100/night. Great location across from the Farmer's Market. I thought the remodel was well done, stylish/hip and clean. I thought it was a great deal then. Not sure what the prices are now, but would gladly stay there again. See my pics.  

Decor ****
Value ****(2005)

27/09/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Dania B.
Kitchy cool. We were traveling with our 2 kids, 15 and 10 and the location was perfect. Walked up to Sunset, and also cruised to see the La Brea tar flats and a great exhibit at the LACMA. There is a cool park walking distance from the Grove and being across from Farmers Market meant great fruit and breakfast in the mornings. Room was very clean and rate was reasonable for LA.

06/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
9. Anna D.
I don't understand the mixed reviews as this hotel SAVED me and my family on a recent visit to LA. We were so relieved to find this place - a total gem - it is located in a wonderful area, the staff are warm and inviting, the room had all the basic amenities and it was most importantly very CLEAN. My standards for cleanliness are very high and rarely does any hotel meet it but I have to admit this hotel did. Most importantly my 5 year old daughter was happy here to greet the parrots in the lobby daily and sample from the ever present pitcher of lemonade. This hotel strikes the perfect balance between being family friendly i.e. we felt completely welcome with a small child however as adults we felt happy as well - it's not run over by kids and we were able to satisfy our adult tastes for simple and sophisticated decor in a quiet, calm and impeccably clean environment. For those of you looking for more feel free to pay much more at a more expensive hotel while getting frankly much less in return. Because of the inexpensive rate we were able to stay a week without breaking the bank. Thank you Farmer's Daughter we will definitely be back soon and please don't change a thing.

30/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
10. Jason W.
This place is retro-rustic-mod(?), clean, and comfy. You can eat almost anything imaginable at Farmer's Market across the street. The location is fantastic, especially if you like the whole Fairfax/mid-Wilshire/Hollywood area.

Oh, if you register on the hotel's web site, they'll send you specials via email.

11/01/06 | Link | Rating: 4.0
11. Brooke D.
this place is awesome... minus it being so close to a major street.. and the noise... everything else was rad... i would definitely go back here... plus there are many things to do near it...

24/04/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
12. TR P.
I was supposed to stay here for five nights, but left after one night.  It feels like an old sleezy  motel that has been given a light remodel.  We stayed in the no tell room which had mirrors on the ceiling, it felt a little sleazy to me.  The restaurant tart was pretty decent and I like their logo and it's a cute idea, but it didn't totally work for me.  The rooms feel run down and not luxurious enough for my tastes.  We moved to the Ambrose hotel in Santa Monica after the first night and our room is the same price as it was at the Farmer's Daughter and 10 times nicer and more clean!

05/07/07 | Link | Rating: 1.0
13. Valerie K.
For our wedding, we were hoping to a beach or wilderness destination where all of our guests could get to know one another.  Well, that didn't happen.  Instead we were in LA! To save you the long story, it all ended up perfect and the Farmer's Daughter Hotel completely fulfilled our needs and exceeded them!  The staff was great from day one.  Jason extended our discounted rate when many of our guests were slacking in the planning department.  Our guests from all over the country LOVED the proximity to the Farmers Market and Grove.  Even my dad, from the car-loving state of Michigan, wondered why he rented a car when you could walk/bus to so much in the area.  Then the lounge atmosphere of the courtyard was the real highlight.  People would just hang down there and you never knew with whom you would have breakfast.  It was social and casual. The rates were great, the rooms clean and staff perfection!

15/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
14. Derek Z.
I booked this hotel through Expedia ($165) and got a good deal during the summer season. The hotel has valet service and i don't suggest trying to find street parking due to permit parking and having the farmers market across the street. When we checked in there was a screw up with the selected room, the concierge upgraded us to a suite at no extra cost (bonus points for that). One of the main reasons for staying here was the farm decor / vibe and it worked for them. Our room was very spacious with a sep bedroom, living room, large sofa, kitchenette with pots & pans, and a cool animal print shag carpet. The location is within close driving distance to we-ho, bev hills, Hollywood, and there are plenty of fantastic restaurants on 3rd st between Fairfax and La Cienega.

16/11/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
15. HB K.
My boyfriend and I stayed at Farmer's Daughter Hotel for two nights and we loved the place. The location is very convenient. It's close to main LA areas (within 15 min drive), and there are Farmer's market (highly recommend to visit) and The Grove shopping center right across from the hotel.  

The room is decent size for two people. There is no sofa or any fancy decoration, but clean and cozy. I loved the floor which seemed to be fake hardwood floor but pretty clean and well maintained. The bathroom is also very clean and they provide shampoo, conditioner, soap and even shower gel. We didn't try the TART restaurant, because Farmer's Market had tons of good options for food.

We were very satisfied with the service, quality, price and location of the hotel, and definitely will be willing to stay there again.

10/05/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
16. Gary S.
I have been wanting to stay here for a while. I have to say I was quite disappointed. The desk staff was great the rooms however were small and very poorly equipped for the prices charged. You can hear everyone showering.  The Tart failed twice, trying to get a drink at the bar when the place was almost empty was a challenge, Breakfast was even worse as the place was understaffed. My favorite still in this area is the Beverly Laurel on Beverly and the Restaurant attached, Swingers. Sorry FD but ya'll are a bit over hyped.

24/03/08 | Link | Rating: 2.0
17. Nicole M.
I found this place on-line.  I was originally supposed to stay at a large chain hotel located in downtown LA (YUCK!).  I think most people either love the Farmer's Daughter or hate it and there are very few in-between.  I loved it!

First, to address the carpet lovers (haha)...the rooms have a "hard wood" floor, which i LOVE because carpet in hotels is GROSS and unsanitary.  The rooms are decorated in a country motif (gingham and denim and cute pictures of farm animals on the wall) -- if you don't like it, don't stay at the FARMER's daughter.  I thought it was charming, especially in the nieghborhood which can look like a fake plastic surgery/boob job nightmare.

Second, to address the haters of the front desk staff...maybe YOU were rude to them.  I found everyone to be SUPER nice and very friendly.

Third, to address the Price is Righters...this is the place for you!  It's right across the street.  You can't get any more convenient.  I wasn't in LA to be on the game show but it was kind of fun to look through the Polaroids of all of their winning guests that they keep in the lobby.

Fourth, to address the pool...it is SMALL, but what do you expect?  I've seen smaller in NY and I certainly didn't stay at this hotel to take a swim.

I think you have to be realistic about the city where this is located and the location of the hotel within LA and the price (CHEAP!!!).  I travel quite a bit for work and I will stay here every single time I come to LA (I'll even give up my chance at obtaining more hotel points just to stay at the daughter).  The price is right when it comes to what you get.  I don't understand the reviews I read about people thinking this place was expensive...obviously they haven't spent a night in a hotel in NYC or anywhere else for that matter.  I got excellent service, an EXTREMELY clean room, a comfortable bed, nice bath (Lather) products and great food.  Plus I was able to walk to where I was working.  And the Farmer's Market is directly across the street (hello Pinkberry!).  Also, they were able to take an old building and renovate it into something cool, which I love, instead of tearing it down and building something new and hideous.

Oh yeah, the valet is cheap and convenient.  Maybe I'm used to paying way too much, but it's only $14 dollars a night, which I think is cheap.

All in all, this place was great.  The restaurant, Tart, serves a great breakfast too!

27/02/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
18. Vanessa L.
For concept and style, I give them three stars. But for service, I give them NO stars. I visited with my dog. As I checked in, I was told that I would not be welcomed back with him and that the person that made my reservation would be fired. (Apparently they have a 30 pound limit and the reservationist forgot to tell me this.) The owner/manager made me immediately feel uncomfortable and sorry for any poor soul who had the misfortune to work for him. The lobby was nice but the rooms screamed: crusty MOTEL! Then to top it off my bathtub backed up with the waste water from the room above me every morning when someone took a shower up there. (Check out my photo above.) Utterly repulsive. I admit the location is great, the restaurant is tasty, and most of the staff is very helpful and friendly. One night won't kill you but lower your expectations before you get there.

17/04/06 | Link | Rating: 2.0
19. Marie K.
We really love the Farmer's Daughter.  It's our usual LA hotel for when we're visiting but not actually living here (I know, our lives are complicated).  The rooms and facilities are nice, the price is right, the decor is super cute, and the location is unbeatable.  I LOVE the wood floors because I think hotel carpet is disgusting, and the beds are SOOOOO comfortable.   No complaints at all  and we've stayed three or four times now and will be staying again when we're in town for a wedding this summer!

02/05/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
20. Anna A.
Price is pretty good and the location was the key. Walking distance from Farmers market, the Grove and Melrose Ave shopping. Their own restaurant/bar is very cute and food is not too bad either. Rooms are cute and beds comfy. Valet parking was handy and staff friendly. Free wifi. Would definitely go again.

23/10/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
21. Jay W.
Home away from home when visiting LA. The rooms are clean, minimalist, the views from windows and balconies are very LA eclectic and there are lots of walkable places to visit , see, and enjoy. After exploring that old familiar Farmer's Market and the newer Grove Shopping Center, we ventured to shops and boutiqes to the west down third street. That is just the tip of the iceberg, however. What Famer's Daughter may lack in elegance or ornateness it makes up in location and convenience. I will continue to look forward to using it in the future.

05/03/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
22. Rebecca E.
We stayed at the Farmer's Daughter Hotel because of its proximity to CBS studios and were pleasantly surprised at how nice it was. Last time we were in this area we stayed at a motel around the corner that wasn't nearly as nice as this place. Room was very clean and large. And, it was QUIET which was surprising given that the Inn is on a very busy street. Location is great - across the street from the Farmer's Market and lots of restaurants nearby. They have a great little restaurant on-site called Tarts, which we recommend for breakfast, if not lunch/dinner.

Be prepared, though, to pay $17 to park your car. We felt this was way too high for parking as the room was not inexpensive. All in all, we'd give it a rating of 7 because of the parking fee. If they adjust the parking to about $10, or even better to zero for guests, then we'd up our rating to a 9.

09/06/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
23. Beth M.
I stayed here for a weekend over the summer and found it to be pretty much what I was expecting - an older motel with a trendy feeling and a light remodel. It's clean, but not modern (i.e. your bathtub will be clean but it still looks old). Parking is comparatively cheap, there is an on site restaurant, and it's conveniently located to just about everything in LA.

No, it's not a 4-star hotel, but for location, price, and ambiance, I would give it four stars.

27/09/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
24. Cynthia C.
Farmer's Daughter is quite a unique little place.  The staff was wonderful, very helpful and charming.  The room itself was nice.  Wasn't quite sure what to expect once i got there.  The room was fun, with an upscale farm decor, a nice flat panel TV and comfy beds.  I would have given them five stars, but honestly the bathrooms are quite uncomfortable and small.  The shower/tub needs some work and the industrial toilets are not very appealing.  But then again, what do you expect from a renovated motel?
In all my stay here was comfortable and the what i loved the most was the fact that it's close to some local site seeing and shopping destinations within Hollywood and Beverly Hills.

19/11/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
25. day d.
Just returned from LA from Thanksgiving weekend and stayed  4 long nights at the Farmers Daughter.
A nightmare for the following reasons:
the toilet, looked like one you would find in a public restroom from 1962.
the shower, read above
there are no drawers to unpack your belongings
the room, which is supposed to be quaint, actually is a 1960"s box with latice work and denim.
house keeping service: every single afternoon, upon my return to my room, I would have to call and ask to have my room cleaned, often met with a front desk person asking me: "do you need to have it cleaned?"
the street noise is constant and makes sleeping difficult.

Tart, their in  house restaurant has ho-hum food with snooty attituded wait staff who are more interested in each other than their clients.

one star for: comfortable bed and soft sheets and one very friendly and exceptionally helpful hotel staff, from Portugal, who should train all the other staff members about customer service in the hospitality world.

My word of advice: Cheap is to expensive. (and certainly, not that cheap, for what they are offering)  Pass on this place and save yourself the misery.

30/11/08 | Link | Rating: 1.0
26. Amy W.
Stayed here as a mini weekend getaway from OC. I call it the Ace Hotel in Palm Springs, of Los Angeles.
Very funky and kichy decor, but great service and perfect central location. We didn't use our car all weekend - we could walk everywhere! We walked up to Melrose and shopped all afternoon, and walked to The Grove for dinner, across the street from the hotel. We also walked right across the street to the huge Farmer's Market for some fresh doughnuts in the morning.
The hotel also has a very great restaurant, Tart, where we had dinner and drinks, and breakfast the next day. The food was so amazing as was the atmosphere and the white twinkle lights after sunset we re a romantic touch.
The room had everything we needed, and the decor was very fun and amusing.
I highly recommend this spot as an alternative to somewhere posh and quite the "scene" like The Standard, as a way to relax and do something a little off the beaten path.
Loved it!!!

26/07/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
27. Daniel G.
Come on down!!!

The little lady and I stayed here over the weekend for a 'The Price is Right' b-day trip with 20 something other people. I could very easily digress and talk about how cool it was to actually go to a filming of the price is right, but i'll do my best not to. i will say though that if you ever do want to go to the price is right, i would highly suggest staying here. The hotel is literally right across the street from the CBS studio. Also, there is a guy who works here, Ted, who gives an orientation about how the whole Price is Right process works, from how to get onto the show, to what to expect before the show, to some strategy for if you actually make it on the show. I must say that it was very helpful information and it was also quite entertaining.

Okay, now that that's all out of the way, about the hotel itself:

Price: Reasonable considering the location

Location: Fabulous. A block away from a ton of fantastic food and shopping in the form of the Farmer's Market and the Grove, respectively. Right in the middle of Hollywood in case you wanna go star hunting. Since it's a only 3 story building however, it doesn't offer up much of a view from any room in the building from what i can tell. We could see the Hollywood sign, but it was so far away that it just looked tiny.

Ambiance: Personally, i wasn't a huge fan of the motifs that they had going on here, it was kindof a modern/barn/farmer type theme, but most of the others in our group, including nique said it had gave the place character.

Cleanliness / Service: The place was reasonably clean, I have no complaints, and the employees were very friendly and very helpful (especially Ted!), but i do have one slight complaint. I called down for a disposable razor, the guy at the front desk said, "sure, i'll bring it right up". About 15-20 mins later...nothing. So nique called back to see if they were going to bring it. Again, "oh sorry about that, i'll bring it right up". Another 15 mins, and she finally went down to get it herself. The guy at the front desk apologizes and says "I'm supposed to charge you for this, but i won't because it took so long to get it to you" News flash, it only finally got to her because she went down to get it, so i certianly hope you're not going to charge for it. In the grand scheme of things, it's not really a big deal to me. They really only seem to have 2 people on shift at any given time, someone at the front desk and a valet. Oh well, other than that, everything was great. Ted more than made up for that minor complaint. The valets were good too.

So overall, it was a really great place, i would definitely come back. And if was ever planning to come to The Price is Right again, I would definitely come back, no doubt.

17/11/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
28. Jay H.
I know you've heard stories or dirty jokes about a farmer and he has a hot daughter and men who go to the farmhouse wanna "do" her...

The Farmer's Daughter is snazzy, hot and totally unassuming from the outside.   You think it's a normal hotel..

Then you walk in and everything is a modern take on a farm house.  Even the elevator looks like a big copper square woven basket.  

The room has a lot of wooden modern accents and it's own private bedroom and a KITCHENETTE!!!  (with pots and pans...fer reals)  Cuz, honestly, you can't stay at a modern farmhouse home-style like hotel w/o being able to cook in your own hotel room.  (I think this feature kicks uber-ass because there is a Farmer's Market across the street so you can by groceries and bring them back to the hotel and make breakfast)  Which of course I DIDN'T.  Shit...I'm a lazy ass chica AND I was on a mini-holiday.  I don't cook when I'm on holiday.

Anywho...come here and stay.  It's mattress' are on the harder side but that can be a good thing for the right person (or persons.)  Hot farmer's daughter or not you'll enjoy the room.

27/01/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
29. Wendy B.
Great location--the restaurant is OK. Love that it's across the street from the Farmer's Market. A bit noisy depending on your room.

03/01/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
30. Linda N.
Short but sweet review. I love this place period. The price rates are not bad at all. Everytime I stay in Los Angeles I stay here. Plus it is right across the street from The Grove, The Farmers Market, and the CBS Studios. It is located near Melrose Ave also. The rooms are very clean a modern kitschy decor. No room service but there is a place called Tart across the courtyard. Tart is all organic!. But I love this place.

29/07/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
31. Santiago P.
Great, unique personality but could have a little extra touch inside the rooms.

Definately, they have the coolest keys that I have seen. Not to spoil it, but the key becomes a map of LA. Origami. Amazing, all keys should be this way.

The fun part about this place is that its all decorated like a cute old farm in a stylish trandy LA way. Nice location, nice food.

04/11/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
32. Stephanie L.
Nice place. Pricey, most trendy spots are though. You get more for your money and spend less at the Beverly laurel.

15/02/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
33. Ryan R.
A great place to put your parents or guests when in town for a short stay.  I put my dad and his girlfriend up here a few weeks ago.  They loved it.  The rooms we're clean -- my dad's German so the place got the white glove test.  It's conveniently located across from the Grove and their restaurant / bar, called Tart, is worth stopping by regardless of whether or not you're staying there.   You have to try their alcoholic version of the Arnold Palmer, called the John Daly.

26/09/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
34. Audrey W.
Just came back from a 4 day stay at the Farmers Daughters Hotel. You can't beat the loaction for the price. The staff is knowleadgable and nice. The lemonade and chips for guests located next to the front desk was a nice touch. Shoutout to Chris at the front desk, he had excellent suggestions on things to do while in LA. Also, a shoutout to the Housekeeping Department who kept my room tidy throughout my stay. I would love to give this hotel five stars but they did fall short on the television didn't have very many channels to choose from, and my tub wasn't draining properly. Each time I took a bath I had to put my foot the drain to keep the water from draining out of the tub. Overall, I had pleasant stay, and I would stay again.

04/10/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
35. C. M.
Location, location, location.  Across from the grove and farmers market and within walking distance of my best friend's place.  Sweet!  The rooms are old but made to look trendy in a farmy sort of way.  You can tell it's old trying to be new.  Bed was comfy and the bloody mary I had at Tart was ok too.  The price was pretty good and the room was clean.

21/02/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
36. Marian C.
I really like to feel safe and comfy when I stay in hotels, if it's cute as well that's a bonus. I picked this place from yelp reviews and a frommer's review with thoughts of cute, low cost, well located, comfy place to stay with my boyfriend while we were in town visiting family. Only some of that wound up being true though...

Location-wise it's pretty decent. The area isn't too shabby and the farmers market shopping area is half a block away. You're in hollywood but not IN hollywood aka the sleazy dirty part of it. Fairfax is pretty noisy at night when you're trying to sleep and the room isn't so great in terms of noise reduction. If you want to be in that area though it's not a bad place to stay. The motel itself looks like an older motel that got a hipster makeover. It was probably some really low rent budget motel back in the day. The makeover with the famer theme is cute, for about five minutes. The faux wood floor in the rooms is cute but it's weird staying in a hotel room with bare floors. Also I hate rooms that have low windows that face the walkway. People just walk right on by your window at all times.

The bathrooms are tiny but the taking a shower was nice at least (the shower itself, the fixtures, tub and tile were quite old). I would not take a bath in there though. The rooms are clean and not bad to stay in per se, but I didn't feel very comfortable staying here. I didn't try 'Tart' the restaraunt they had on the premises so I can't comment on that. They did give us a 10% off coupon for it when we arrived and it appears to be an evening only restaurant. The $12 a day valet parking was nice at least because a) it gets your car off the street and b) the price was reasonable compared to valet parking in downtown SF hotels for example.

Also it was blazing hot in LA last week and we kept the AC on about 70 our whole stay. The annoying part about the AC was that it didn't seem to stabilize very well temperature-wise. It would go on, get cooler, shut off at 70, get really really warm again then flip back on get cooler... etc. You spend a lot of your night throwing the covers on/off depending on the temp.

Overall it's a cute (but old) motel with a decent location... the price was so-so for what you get and we probably could have done better. We had a basic room with no kitchenette, wet bar or mirrors on the ceiling, just a regular room with a king bed. It was $159.99 before orbitz taxes and fees which actually made it $186.76 total. I gave this place three stars because it wasn't a bad place to stay but it wasn't great either. Next time I'm in the area I'll try to find a place that is a bit nicer for the money.

20/08/07 | Link | Rating: 3.0
37. dan h.
Excellent location. right across the  street from the Grove. Very central. Fairfax around Beverly. This is the place that I drove past hundreds of times when I lived in LA.  I thought it was super cheesy with it's huge 1950's type of sign out front.  I had this image that you'd only go there after you picked up a working girl or something.  That they would rent you a room by the hour or something.  The quickie and the farmer's daughter hotel just seemed like they went together.  However, now I realize that it's not that way at all at least anyway it isn't anymore.  seems to be a class-ish, sorta 3 or 4 star hotel with all the bennies and extras and top shelf service that you'd expect at a high-end establishment.  Plus it has the super-cheesy farmer's daughter theme going on.  Maybe now that the Grove is across the street they did away with the big fat sign and cleaned the place up a little bit.  And of course that made the place very difficult to find.  After driving ride by it hundreds of times when I wasn't looking for it, I drove past it two more times when I WAS looking for it.  Yep.  Kinda hard to find on Fairfax without the big sign.  but, it seems to be in the same place.

Anyway, there were rooms with different themes.  Definitely get one of the themed rooms.  So cheeseball.  We go the Don't-Tell room with the mirror above the bed.  Very cute.  

The girlfriend absolutely loved the mirror above the bed.  she took way too many pictures.  But we always had our clothes on in the pix so don't get any ideas.  the room was nice with it's farmhouse / barnhouse type of theme.  it was clean.  Well maintained.  The service was good.  They even moved our car from the outside lot to the inside, locked lot for us.  Even parked it right outside our room which was very spiffy.  Not sure why they did that though since they had our keys and the fact that it was right outside didn't help us get in the car.  But all in all a very enjoyable, classy, cheesy stay at a very central location.

08/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
38. Will T.
Great location ($8 cab ride to the bars in WeHo); great price; cool rooms (could've been a bit cleaner); excellent staff; good restaurant on site.

23/05/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
39. Gail P.
Cozy place.  Fun.  Little swimming pool.  Across from the Farmers Market and walking distance (if you have the time) to Melrose Avenue.  Sweet place.

21/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
40. Justin N.
Almost a 5
We got in early and they kept our bags.  When we returned from the bars at 6p our bags were in our room.  First night we were probably pretty loud, but did not get kicked out.  The room was perfect in so many ways.  We had the suite, and the tv's were nice, ipod docks, huge bed, all great amenities.  The staff was very friendly.  The overnight front desk guy gave us a seminar covering our next day on the price is right, at about 1a, then he gave us a wake up call 3 hrs later.
The day time staff was very friendly and nice as well. If they did not know an answer to some of our questions, they would find the right answer for us.  This is an ideal place to stay if you are going to the price is right or somewhere nearby.  
*TART is a waste of space, don't expect anything from it.

09/07/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
41. Kait K.
I had pre-paid for a five night Honeymoon stay at the Farmer's Daughter Hotel only to find out that they gave our room to a larger group of supposed "more importance".  They told us they would pay for a cab and a room at a nearby hotel and we could come back the following night.  Since we had no idea what this other hotel would be like, we took the cab, thinking it would be another hotel that was very similar to Farmer's Daughter.  We arrived at this hotel and was immediately mortified at the conditions of this motel.  It was a very sketchy area and the hallways smelled terrible.  When we looked in the hotel room we were shocked.  It was very low standards and we couldn't believe that the Farmer's Daughter Hotel would think this would substitute for a stay at their hotel.  We immediately left this other hotel and called Farmer's Daughter.  They didn't even remember us -- less than an hour later -- and said they would leave a message and someone would get back to us in the morning.  No one called us back the next day so we called again demanding our money back since we would not be returning to the Farmer's Daughter.  We had made alternate plans for the night before and ended up staying in Anaheim instead.  They said that they would have to speak to a manager and there would not be one in until Monday morning at 11am.  It was only Saturday.  We decided to enjoy our trip and worry about our money on Monday.  We called back on Monday and spoke to a front desk person who said that the manager was going to refund us our full payment and it would show up in our account in 3-5 days.  It is now 9 days after this and I still have not seen my money refunded to me.  I really think their customer service was horrible.  Never getting a straight answer and having to alter our entire Honeymoon vacation because they had given away our hotel room.  If they had at least put us up in an equal or better hotel for the one night, things might have worked out differently but the fact that they didn't seem to care about our experience in LA was disconcerting and very disappointing.  

UPDATE
I finally got a very reassuring call from management from Farmer's Daughter and I was plreased to find out that my account was refunded and that the staff was reprimanded for their lack of tact and service while we were at the concierge and also on the phone.  The Manager was extremely pleasant, helpful, and I am sure under different circumstances our stay could have been very enjoyable and amazing at the Farmers Daughter.  Thank you Management for your call.

31/08/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
42. Adam O.
Showed up at 1 am with no rooms in sight. The farmers daughter had a room. From the outside it looks like an old motel. Not impressive. Wall through the door and things start to get better. Really cool funky "farm girl" vibe. Open seating areas where you can just hang out. Bright colors and farm feel to it. Rooms are clean and equally themed. More fun than staying at a normal hotel in my opinion. My room had a really comfy king size bed($239). Woken to the sound of music from the restaurant and a fire alarm which I could of done without. Would stay here again for sure though. Fun.

07/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
43. steve m.
Farmer's Daughter is sweet.
Notes:
-great location.
-very comfortable bed
-no! mini bar. Just a fridge. I guess that's better for true budgeteers.
-no! room service. Restaurant Tart on premises though. Bfast at Tart was kind of bland.

07/05/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
44. Sandy W.
My first two stays at this hotel were quite pleasant.  The rooms were well appointed and still maintained the original charm of this renovated hotel.  Staff was friendly and very helpful, and the location is ideal for an early morning visit to the farmers market.

On my last visit, however, I had to book the Farmers Suite.  From the pictures on the website, the living room area had a regular couch that turned into a sofa sleeper and a separate bedroom.  As I was traveling with my son, I felt that the suite would be more comfortable., so I booked it for two nights.  When we got to the room, much to our dismay, the sofa sleeper in the picture was not what anyone would call even fit to sit on.  It was as if two hard plastic mattresses had been placed on on top of the other and a bolster attached.  When we tried to convert the so called sofa into a bed, we were baffled and called the front desk who informed us that when we left for dinner someone would come to make up the bed.

When we returned, what was their definition of making up a bed was the two parts of the "sofa", which were the size of twin mattresses, pushed together and the mattresses sat directly on the floor.  What was worse was that they were uneven and moved apart when you laid down.  There was a fitted sheet over the two mattresses and the other bedding was haphazardly tossed on the bed.  At the late hour we returned there was nothing that could be done.  The next day when we returned from our day's outing and came back to change for dinner, the room had not been cleaned nor were the beds made.   Before we left maid service did knock on our door and we told them we would be leaving shortly and to come back later. When I called the front desk at 6:00 pm they said that no one was there to clean up the room.

When we checked out I again expressed my frustration but just got an I'm sorry from the front girl at the front desk who told me to contact the manager.  When I contacted the manager, I was told that she had talked to the owner and he would give me free breakfast on my next visit, but she failed to address the misrepresentation on the website and my son's bed on the floor.  She also said that the housekeeping staff told her we had said not to make up the room, which we never did.  She then told me she would contact the owner and see if he would at least give me back the difference between a standard room and the suite for one night.  I am still waiting to hear a response and at this point decided to post on Yelp as I have not heard back from anyone from the hotel.

With this type of response and lack of concern for visitor comfort, I will never stay at this hotel again.  The owner was unresponsiveness and obviously doesn't mind that his hotel guests sleep on a mattress on the floor.  the manager also asked if I was offered a roll away bed, which I wasn't.

There are many other hotels in the West Hollywood area and I would stay away from this one.

30/11/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
45. Melanie P.
The Farmer's Daughter manages to use all the random things you'd find in your grandma and grandpa's home (i.e. pitch forks, old lampshades, pics of farm animals) and turn it all into something kitschy.  They truly go all out with the theme (try the phoned wake-up call and get a cockle-doodle-doo) which totally works for them.

It IS very motel-turned-hotel, but has a cute, cozy feel to it.  Plus, the customer service is fab... we wanted to have dinner outside one night, but Tart was closed and the heat lamps were off, so one of the guys at the front desk went out of his way to turn one on for us.  PLUS they had hot cider and cookies waiting in the lobby... no better way to win over guests' hearts on a cold winter night (cold for southern cali at least, meaning too cold to wear my flip flops around).

06/01/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
46. Michael F.
I haven't done a list in a while...

The good
1. location, location, location.  It's right across the street from the grove, and kind of central to a lot of things.... it also works out well, cause it's close to my parents house for visits.

2. The staff is phenomenal, they really are as friendly as it gets.

3. Reasonably price, especially considering the valet parking.

The Bad
1. The rooms are clean, but you can tell they're pretty old.

2. Thin walls, luckily there were no newlyweds next door.... that's so uncomfortable.

3. The restaurant, tart, can get a little noisy, and it's basically right outside the window.

Overall... I really like the feel of this place, but it's probably not a destination hotel for most.  If you're looking for a great location, without all the fanfare... I recommend it.

18/04/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
47. Chris P.
The Farmer's Daughter is a kitschy hotel located across from the Grove and is centrally located to just about everything. The theme of the hotel is "Down on the Farm'" but they work it really well.

The rooms are cozy. We had a non-smoking room in the main building with a king size bed. I'm tall and like the extra space. The staff was excellent. They had valet parking that was reasonably priced ($18 / day) with in-and-out privileges. The room also had a large TV, DVD player and free internet access.

Didn't eat at TART, but have before on my last stay and the food was good, but nothing special.

Walked to the Grove / Farmers Market, Melrose for some shopping and a flea market at the High School located about 4 blocks away.

Overall - very clean, neat, reasonably priced and centrally located.

13/04/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
48. Lynnesa E.
All the charm of this hotel is external. I think back and wish we had booked a Joie  de Vivire Hotel instead. For the price I expected more than a trendy Motel 6.
Valet was really slow, they did not seem to have enough staff to cover rush check in and check out times. Also was disappointed that they did not heat their pool!  Boo, hiss boo!
The location is central. We were in town for a hockey game at the Staples center.
The rooms were clean, but the decor had some wear and tear to it. It seemed like the wood laminate flooring was going to come up .

21/08/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
49. A G.
"Meh. I've experienced better."

The hotel itself feels a little run down... or maybe hip(?). There's a fine line between the two, so I'm not really too sure. And, beware of extra charges when you check out.

17/05/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
50. Adam H.
This is either a really good motel, or a substandard hotel. And since they bill it as a hotel (and charge hotel prices) it gets dinged in the stars.

The rooms were clean, comfortable, and very cute with their farm-themed prints. The TV was nice and there was a DVD player in the room. An in-room fridge is always welcome, and the shower had a great shower head.

Unfortunately it lost some big points for being loud. I think it was the sound system at Tart, the connected restaurant, that made me reach for my earplugs. Loud music may make a restaurant fun, but if it's in a hotel, you need to be sensitive to people who came there to sleep.

Also, the vast majority of the staff there were pretty douche-y. My fiancée, who used to live in LA, tells me that it's pretty common for West Hollywood attitude. But if you work in a hotel, you should stop being cool just long enough to help your guests. Very off-putting.

Also, there was no gym and I was unable to get some hot water to make a cup of tea. (Did I mention the douche-y staff? Is asking for some boiling water a cause for scorn?)

Would I stay there again? The location rocked and the valet parking had in-and-out privileges, so I suppose I would. I don't feel it was all that much of a bargain, however.

01/10/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
51. John M.
I will admit it.. I was lured into this hotel by the fact that my room had a mirror above the bed and was part of a rock video.. but in the end this is one of my favorite hotels in LA due in large part to Location, Location, Location.  

Yes the service is great, and the rooms are kind of hip but at the end of the day if you are looking for a traditional hotel this is not really it.  It is basically a classed up remodeled motel.  The doors open to the outside, rooms are small and the suite I was in the curtains only go 75% of the way up and you are near stairs so there could be a voyeuristic thing happening but like I said service and location.

The staff is excellent and you can walk to pretty much anywhere you want to go, farmer's market, CBS, 3rd st. etc..

13/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
52. Missy N.
"Quirky and quaint" is absolutely right.

Sought out for an escape, we checked into the Farmer's Daughter because it was directly across the street from The Grove. After a huge dinner at Maggiano's, we headed to CVS across the street for Tequila and Squirt (Palomas effin' rule), we headed back to our room for the night. We were celebrating a birthday, and just wanted some alone and quiet time.

Upon entering the room, it's adorable rustic floors, yellow walls, and soft denim comforters greeted us with their downhome-y feel. The bed was very comfortable, shower super hot, and the silence was welcome. Yes, even situated on busy Fairfax, there was no street noise in our room.

It was a bit steep for one night in the middle of LA, but with the convenience of The Grove, the proximity to my work and his home, and the cuteness of the whole place, I wasn't too disagreeable about the price. Whenever we need a stay-cation near work, we're coming back.

17/11/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
53. Andre P.
This place is actually really cool.  Nice little boutique hotel about 1.5 miles from Sunset strip.  It's clean and has cool decor.  It is a touch loud so if you are going to LA to party, then this is your spot.  If you are going for a quite night, go elsewhere.

Customer service is good, but Valet is slow so call for your car.

The restaurant also has very good and affordable food.   I would definitely return.

21/06/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
54. Craig W.
Whoo, baby, I'm going to be the first Yelper to disclose the TRUE secret of this gem.

Yeah, yeah, it's inexpensive and clean and convenienty located.  Right across from the Farmer's Market, the Grove and CBS Studios--that's why, until fairly recently, this was Ground Zero for die-hard Price is Right fanatics who would get up at the buttcrack of a dawn in the hope of scoring a ticket to see sexy octagenarian Bob Barker.

Sexy you say?  That's right.  This motel is a true den of SEXYTIME.  And you buffet-fed tourists from Kansas just let this place play you like a finely-tuned tractor.

When you hear the words "Farmer's Daughter," don't you picture a sweaty roll in the hay with a plaid short-shorts wearing, t-shirt tied into a knot, pig-tailed freckled daughter of the resident Farmer?  And as if to double-up on the already sex-charged-up mood of this motel, instead of a pedestrian "Do Not Disturb" sign, the staff gives you a little paper hanging cutout for your knob (doorknob, that is), showing a picture of hay, by the way, with the phrase, "Don't come a KNOCKIN' if this room's a ROCKIN'."

Now THAT's what I'm talkin' about.  Because you know what Price is Rights fan look like, right?  And where most of them are from?  

I mean, nothing screams pure sex to me than a sorghum-fed, fanny-pack wearing middle aged couple from Wisconsin in town to see the Great Bob, bumping uglies in the room above me at the Farmer's Daughter a mere hour after oohing and ahhing at how big Chewbacca's feet really were over in front of Mann's Chinese Theater.  And wow, there were so many Spidermen posing in front the theater!  

C'mon honey, let's get back to the Daughter and make Wookie!

28/01/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
55. Becky C.
My mom and I flew into LA to visit my brother and see some sights. I researched hotel options ahead of time - and while there were both pros and cons for this hotel, I liked the idea of the boutique hotel vs a big chain and the location was outstanding.

Cons: (1) The wireless internet connection was terrible. I eventually just switched the wi-fi off on my iPad and used my 3G. (2) Room service didn't tend to make it around to our room until very late in the day - which is fine for the days were out and about, but one day we returned to the room after lunch to just relax, and realized it hadn't been cleaned yet so felt like we needed to leave again, so they could get to it. However, we didn't bring it to the front desk's attn, so if this is something that was a big deal to you, I'm sure they could accommodate. (3) I was not a fan of having to valet park every time we were in/out. I knew about this ahead of time, but having to pay to valet + tip every time you get your car isn't ideal. Plus, the attendant would sometimes be MIA and we would have to wait awhile, then wander around the lot, looking for him.

Pros: EVERYTHING ELSE. :) Besides those minor complaints, it was a great place to stay. The location is perfect - right across the street from The Grove and The Farmer's Market. The rooms were adorable and cozy. Some people mentioned in reviews the noise levels -- yes, you can hear a lot of exterior noise, but nothing that was so much it kept me awake, by any means. The staff was super friendly. There is a great little outdoor patio btwn the lobby and restaurant (Tart) that we enjoyed sitting in while sipping our Starbucks in the morning (oh yes, Starbucks across the street!). I also enjoyed the caramels left on our pillows and the parakeets in the lobby - nice added touches. Just all in all, a great stay.

17/03/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
56. Karen D.
The hotel is totally kitchy and cute, the staff is sweet and attentive and the breakfast at the restaurant Tart is tasty.  The staff is dressed in denim and red checkered shirts.  There was a plate of cookies and a jug of lemonade in the lobby.  They've got two parakeets in a cage as well!

We booked the rate that include valet parking and breakfast.  I *loved* everything about this hotel (re-vamped) motel EXCEPT the beds.

We stayed here on the last night of our 17 night, 11 hotel road trip.  The beds in this hotel were *BY FAR* the least comfortable.  The beds were hard and lumpy.  They were noisy!  When ever you turned over there was a loud crunching noise like someone was walking on styrofoam packing peanuts.  Also the bed was not against the wall, so I had to shove a pillow down behind the bed to keep the pillow that I was using from sneaking away from me.  There was no light/lamp that I could reach while laying in bed.  I had to get out from under the covers to turn the light off at bedtime.

We were in room 109.  Perhaps the other beds are better.

This was the priciest hotel on our trip at $235/night (valet + b'fast incl).  I really, really want to give this hotel more than 3 stars, but I just can't with the horrid beds.

02/06/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
57. V K.
Stayed at this hotel on NYE as it was near the venue we were attending that night.  Initially, found the small hotel quaint, clean, and well located.
However, the excitement started on New Year's Day. Let's just say their customer service leaves a lot to be desired.
Checkout is 11am. We had the "Do Not Disturb" sign up. At 8:30am, housekeeping knocks on our door, and wants to know when we plan to check out? Hello?!! Checkout is 11am, the "do not disturb" sign is out, and it is 8:30! We called the reception, and they didn't find this situation to be problematic? We asked to speak to the manager, who, of course, would not be in until the 2nd. We leave the manager a message regarding housekeeping.
More than a week goes by, and the manager finally calls me back. At this point, I have forgotten about housekeeping and the hotel. She asks in her message what she can do to make up for my experience, offering a discount at their onsite restaurant. I call her back, leave her message telling her I don't live in the area, and a 15% discount at Tart doesn't appeal to me. I counter the manager's offer, as she is offering to make amends, to cover my overnight hotel parking ($19). She never called me back.
Also, of note, there is poor sound insulation, the floors are wood laminate, and without any rugs, you can hear the guests talking and walking in their room above you.
I guess I expect more for $225/night.

19/02/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
58. Summer P.
What a charming boutique hotel; I really enjoyed my stay here!  

Cute rooms with eclectic farm decorations (I've never wanted a rooster coat hook more), plate of soft chocolate chip cookies and yummy pink lemonade at the check-in desk are an added bonus.  Staff was pleasant and helpful, room was clean and spacious.  I'd definitely recommend as it seemed like a nice area...convenient as well.  I didn't do much shopping but there was a big shopping area nearby with some fun stores.  I'd recommend and would certainly stay here again without hesitation.

04/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
59. Melody D.
We stayed here this past weekend. I'd first like to say that I got a good deal on Priceline for this hotel and probably would not have stayed here for full price.

The hotel itself is a little dated, the rooms could be a bit nicer, the valet is pretty slow and WOW the housekeeping staff is freakin' LOUD in the morning! BUT the lobby scores points for cookies and lemonade, the hotel offers high quality bath products (even though the water never got hot), the sheets are soft and the hotel front desk staff is friendly. The location is also very good since it's within walking distance from The Grove/Farmer's Market.

IF you stay here I highly recommend having breakfast at TART. I had the breakfast biscuit and found it to be both delicious and affordable ($6.95 plus 15% discount from the hotel)

05/07/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
60. Jerald B.
I love the decor of this place! It's like nothing that I've been at before.

PROS:
Free lemonade and HOMEMADE bbq chips in the lounge!
Close to Fairfax Shops (like The Hundreds and Diamond Supply Co.) and the other fancy schmancy shopping center
Restaurant outside
Really friendly staff
Room comes with everything you need as far as plates and utensils if you want to cook for yourself

CONS:
The roll out bed was wiggidy, wiggidy wack. Felt like something bought at K-Mart

The staff was really cool! I just loved the country feel and decor! It's a complete different feeling than being in a huge hotel; I liked it! If they just upped the bed/futon in the living room to something more comfy, I would have given this place 5 stars!

27/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
61. Danny V.
i'm in love with the farmer's daughter.

She's a girl after my own heart. She's cheap.
I love how she struts her stuff on the avenue.
She's not afraid to be kitschy.
She's still a county girl at heart even though she's all Hollywood.
She's modern. She's kickass.
She's comfortable. She's convenient.
She's sexy.
She's country on the inside, but sweet mixture of california uptown girl without being ostentatious.

I love her bed. it's not too hard, not too soft...it's just right. Every time i'm in town, she makes sure this boy is taken care of and she knows just how i like it.

Don't let her fool you though, she ain't gonna milk the cows. don't got milk? she'll send you packing to the farmer's market across the street. you can take the girl out of the country, but you can't take the country outta the girl. Yee Haw!

Seriously- Thank you to the staff for the great accommodations and the great service.

23/03/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
62. Ceci F.
Chose the Farmer's Daughter as the hotel for our August 2012 wedding block with approximately 90% of guests coming in from out of town. Everyone loved the hotel (free cookies and all the unique art work were commented on the most) and they were super friendly and accommodating to our group.

The front desk staff stored and handed out 30+ welcome bags to our guests over several days of people checking in. The manager, Dan, helped my in-laws plan a wonderful Welcome Reception for the night before the wedding and a post-wedding brunch for the morning after at TART. The food on both nights was delicious (Fried pickles, sliders, mini-grilled cheese, salad... YUM! And then an egg scramble with sausage and avocado and the best biscuits, fruit, french toast, etc... extra YUM!) Dan also left small gifts from the staff in the rooms booked by my in-laws and by me (yay FD t-shirts, champagne, and a cheese plate!) when we checked in. If you're having a wedding in LA and want to treat your guests to something special and get great service I highly recommend the Farmer's Daughter!

Oh, and it was the best rate for a group block that we could find in an area of LA that was walk-friendly to all of our traveling guests!

27/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
63. Tara H.
Definitely a boutique hotel! Very cute and creatively themed.

Staff is great! Helpful and friendly.

You can rent DVD's - a fun plus!

An old hotel or motel that has been renovated. New decor and fixtures where needed to resonate with the overall look and feel. Things that didn't need to be replaced to remain sustainable, were fittingly kept in tact. While some might have their complaints about this, I personally thought it was brilliant as it resonates with my mindset to 'recycle' and make proper use of what you've got.

Just across the street from The Farmer's Market and Grove Mall, this hotel is conveniently located in the perfect setting. A Whole Foods and CVS are a hop and skip away too.

Now let's talk about TART - the adjoining restaurant. My sister and I adored this experience to our hearts content. The menu is so much fun and of course, YUMMY! My advice is to order for sharing and definitely get a dessert because it's worth every crumb!

03/02/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
64. Peter P.
I booked a reservation for NYE at Farmer's Daughter and had a great experience. Farmer's Daughter is in a convenient central location that was the perfect jumping off point for my NYE plans, and was charming and quaint in a way that I hadn't expected to find in Hollywood. The staff was friendly and attentive, the room was clean and cozy, and it made for an enjoyable stay. Not overly formal or pretentious in its nature, Farmer's Daughter is a nice place to stay that I would highly recommend.

03/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
65. James L.
WOW!
From the moment we walked in until the sad drive out of the valet lot, this place was exceptional! Such a refreshing feel in the middle of an gray urban jungle. From the warm cookies and lemonade in the lobby to the comfortable beds and well decorated rooms this place was first class. The location was perfect for our trip and the staff was awesome. The bar and restaurant staff was more that attentive to whatever we needed and the prices are on par with the rest of the area. If you are looking for something out of the ordinary, you won't be disappointed.

31/01/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
66. Kell R.
LOVE!  ADORE!  We were welcomed like old friends when we stayed at Farmer's Daughter for the first time.  From the friendly faces at the front, to the country feel decor, to the charming rooms, we felt right at home here.  
The location is across from CBS Studios and less than a 5 minute walk from The Grove.  We could even see the Hollywood sign from our hotel window!!  We were within walking distance to LACMA, the Tar Pits museum, and the Automotive museum.  The customer service at Farmer's Daughter is outstanding - everyone went above and beyond and made us feel so special.

We'll be back for another visit soon and we'll continue telling all our friends about this brilliant little hotel.

23/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
67. Jasmine L.
We stayed here after my company holiday party and the hotel is extremely cute. We really liked the whole 'farmer' theme and how it translated to our hotel room with yellow plaid wallpaper, blue jean blankets, a rocking chair and gray-stained 'plank wooden floors' the room was extremely charming.

Though we enjoyed the decor, the bathroom was extremely small and the tub was finished in one of those cheesy plastic molds, which really took away from the whole boutique, charm feel of the hotel.

The good news is that we didn't pay for the hotel room (it was part of our company holiday party) and the hotel is directly across the street from the Farmers Market & Grove, so a great location.

However, if given the choice to stay here and pay using my own money, I think I'd reserve a room elsewhere.

19/12/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
68. Alexander R.
Truth, I fell in love in this place so my review is totally tainted.
I've been here about four times and a couple times I got a suite with a mirror on the ceiling, that's a kink factor! The motif is farm like naturally and some of the rooms are small but I didn't care at all.
The Farmer's Daughter Hotel is a great location near the Grove and has a great charm to it. The staff is friendly, the restaurant is filling. I wanted to go in the pool but it never quite got warm enough for real swimmin' so my dip was in and out. Got a laugh from the staff and others.
This is the sort of hotel that makes me wish I was a girl so i could cream over the adorableness of it.
I'll be back.

23/12/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
69. Patrick M.
I found the hotel cool and hip but overpriced. My room wasn't the cleanest and I found evidence of bedbug bites a few days after I left.

The restaurant - I found the food too salty. OK drinks but understaffed. Never a good sign when you see "Bartending for Dummies" behind the bar.

Overall - not impressed.

26/06/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
70. Lauren L.
This was the perfect location for a hotel near an event I was attending in the area. Drive slowly on Fairfax or you will miss this hotel entirely. Upon arrival you must give up your ride to the valet ($17 a night). If you're looking for a ritzy plush hotel, this is not your best bet. Quirky and quaint, this is a cute place. Birds were chirping in the lobby and cute t-shirts for sale for both "Chicks" and "Roosters". The lobby is welcoming and the staff is extremely helpful. She had a cab ready for me in less than 5 minutes. From the lobby you can enter TART restaurant which is rated high here on Yelp.

My room was on the 3rd floor and had a nice view of the downtown skyline. Unfortunately, the set-up of the hotel lends itself to hearing every conversation spoken above a whisper. This morning I wish I could hear roosters crowing instead of tourists contemplating where to go for breakfast. The room is well maintained but I didn't use a lot of the amenities provided during my short stay. The bed was rock hard though I can tell you that. Thankfully this was only a 1 night stay.

The valet is quick to get your car for you and more than willing to give directions if needed.

You can't beat the location as it is centrally located between the Grove and Melrose. Great shopping and restaurants all within walking distance.

10/10/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
71. Greg G.
Pleasantly surprised at how much we enjoyed our stay. We picked the hotel for the price and location so wasn't expecting a 4 or 5 star venue. The rooms are not great and we could hear water running at various times but loved the eclectic feel of the property as a whole. We didn't go to LA to sit in our rooms and the accommodations were no worse then you would get at the same star level in NYC. The bonus is sitting out on the patio or enjoying an excellent meal at Tart. Drinking Hop Notch from the bar and playing a few games of ping pong just added to the cool factor. If you're looking for something more pretentious, this is not the property for you.

10/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
72. Chris S.
From the outside, this Hotel looks super cute and really fun.  Once you get passed the lobby, however, it's pretty boring and standard.  Truth be told, I really wanted to stay in the "No-Tell Room", but they were all booked.  

The location is fantastic, and I thought the price was fair.  My girlfriend and I stayed here on New Year's Eve, and found it to be centrally located to where we were going.  It was nice to wake up in the morning and slide right over to Tart for brunch.  

I really wanted this hotel to offer a little more, but they just kinda came up short.  I would stay here again, but I'm just not that jazzed on it.

08/01/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
73. James S.
We stayed for a night over Memorial Day weekend. The location was great. The room was nice enough, though there were a few minor problems (green residue in the faucet, poor-functioning bathtub stopper). The bigger problems were with the restaurant and the valet service.

First, the restaurant (Tart).We made a reservation for 6:30. When we arrived, on time, the man working the front told us he would be with us in 15 minutes. The space was virtually empty--there were two people at one of the indoor tables, and several outdoor tables were available. He wouldn't make eye contact with us, and was also brusque with others who came in. We left and ate elsewhere. Later that night I noticed someone leaving the kitchen through the back door, and asked him what had happened. He said someone had quit, and that the rude man was the manager. He said he was the chef, and asked for our room number. He sent over some cookies and strawberries, which was nice. He seemed genuinely concerned.

Second, the valet. The only way to park in the lot is to use the valet. That's fine. I figure we'll have to pay for valet service when we stay in a big-city hotel. The problem was getting our car. We wanted to go out just before midnight. This was on a Saturday in Los Angeles at a  hip hotel with a valet on duty all night, so that was not a ridiculous request. The front desk clerk said the valet was getting someone else's car. When we returned ten minutes later, the front desk was empty and the valet was still gone (or gone again?). We waited at the valet stand for a few minutes, and then tried the front desk one more time. The clerk was back (apparently he'd been in the office), but when my partner said we could get a ride with a friend, he said "Oh, could you?" Then the clerk said he saw the valet by the pool, and indicated that my partner should run after him. It wasn't the kind of service we expect from a $250/night hotel.

04/06/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
74. Heather C.
When I need a theme look for my new photo shoot, complete with a kitchen and a fun atmosphere- I chose two hotels.  one of them was the Farmers daughter.  It's so adorable and everything is blue and farm themed.  Absolutely perfect and the photos came out perfect. :)

The staff was pretty nice.

04/02/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
75. Mel P.
Awful place to stay with your family. The rooms are ridiculously small - no drawers for clothes, one person chair, a joke of a swimming pool that is smaller than my whirlpool, a DVD that was broken and only 2 bath towels provided for an entire family (had to ask for more) . The online pictures are very deceiving and we were fooled by the "boutique hotel" description. Not to mention the kid unfriendly slogan, "Do it at the Daughter" plastered everywhere. Wow... The worst hotel I have ever stayed in. The only reason I gave it one star was because my kid liked the cookies/ BBQ chips/lemonade in the lobby and the floors in the rooms were hardwood/clean. Beware if you are a family visiting LA!

05/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
76. Stephanie S.
Came here from Austin for a few nights for a wedding in West LA.

Two highlights are the location and the staff.

Staff - some of the nicest and most helpful people I have ever encountered at a hotel.

Location - FANTASTIC!  Particularly if you don't want to rent a car, you can amuse yourself quite well in this very central location.  Across the street, you have the Grove and the Farmers Market where you have choices of about a gazillion things to eat and shop for.  Du-pars is a historic 24 hour coffee shop that appeals to everyone, even my elderly parents who were quite content at the Farmer's daughter, particularly with being able to stroll over to Dupars for a nice pancake breakfast.

Beds were super comfortable.  Everything worked.  It was quiet and super clean.   An easy cab gets you downtown or the westside.    For the price, you can't beat it.  But most of  all, very fun and easy location, which is pretty hard to find in a hotel of this price range in Los Angeles.

30/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
77. Marianne S.
The area is great.  Walking distance from the Grove and Farmer's Market.  The area is bustling with activity.  So down to the review.

Pros (review specific to the "No Tell Room":
- Room is located in the corner so there's more privacy
- Copper counter with mirror above the bed (a HUGE FUN plus!) secured
 by copper finishings
- Bed is hypoallergenic
- Lighting is great outside, especially the bar, restaurant, pool lobby area
- it's different!  The decor is great, it's not overly done with the farm theme
- If you like to mix your own drinks, there's a wet bar in this room
-

Cons:
- Good golly, parking is valet only and it's $18/night
- Walls are so thin I'm surprised they're not see through.  We were on
  the first floor and we can hear people's foot steps, "where John is
  headed tonight", "How Amanda is enjoying L.A. because she's from
  Seattle" and when the person above you decides to take a midnight
  trip to the toilet to take a piss.
- We had a lot of luggage, used the carrier but were's the bellboy?  We
 rolled our own luggage through hall, across the lobby, across the
 restaurant, across the other parking to our room.

Anyway, it's a cute boutique hotel!  Will I stay here again...yes, I'd rather stay here than The Standard actually.

08/10/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
78. Sheila S.
The staff was friendly and the hotel was quirky and interesting. It has an excellent central location. The only thing we didn't really like was the valet parking, our car was parked in the lot in front of our room but we had to walk all the way through the hotel to the valet stand and wait for him to go and get our car, it just seemed somewhat ridiculous. But I would definitely stay again.

16/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
79. Gourmet G.
This oddly-named, family-owned institiution, located within walking distance of the Farmer's Market, CBS Studios, and the L.A. County Museum of Art, has catered to families on a budget for more than thirty years. Recently renovated, country-style guest rooms are divided into two categories - His have red accent walls and rooster-print wallpaper, while Hers are done in a more soothing palette of yellow, taupe, and turquoise. All include high-speed Internet access, cable TV with premium channels, CD/DVD/MP3 players, custom orthopedic mattresses and hypo-allergenic down pillows and comforters, coffee makers, and mini-refrigerators. The interior courtyard includes a swimming pool and citrus orchard, and there's ample free off-street parking. The once rock-bottom bargain rates now start at $129, still a good deal in the heart of the city.

26/10/05 | Link | Rating: 4.0
80. Mrk P.
Great location across from the Farmer's Market on Fairfax. Rooms are clean. Colors are vibrant and vibe is chill and modern, a little bit kitschy. Laminate flooring in the rooms.

29/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
81. Katie Anne N.
Farmer's Daughter is located right across the street from the Grove. It was hard to find at night. Apparently they didn't have some cheesy sign that they used to have up anymore. So it was easy to miss. We had to valet since it was a busy street and there wasn't any street parking. The lobby was so cute. They had fresh lemonade and a bird cage w/ some pretty birds to welcome you. They also had t-shirts for sale, which was of their logo. The restaurant TART is connected and right next door. You have to cross the courtyard of the restaurant to get to the building where the rooms were located.

We booked the "don't ask don't tell" room. You can only imagine what goes on in that room. Inside, the room seemed somewhat similar to a barn. Wooden floors, denim bedding, and a wall that was painted like a scene from Little House on the Prairie. Super cute dim lighting made the mood oh so sexy. Above all, there was a mirror on top of the ceiling. Literally. The room came w/ a nice sized flat TV, coffeemaker and coffee and some nice toiletries for the guests. The bed was super comfy and relaxing. The service is top notch and the room itself was a real treat. I would love to come back here the next time I visit LA.

12/04/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
82. andrew t.
We stayed here for a night.  It was very clean, although, you can tell the building is a little old.  But very clean, nevertheless!  Service was TOPS!!  Everyone at the desk was very friendly and eager to help with any needs (we needed a phone charger).  I would stay here again.  My only downside is I really, really hate paying for parking when I am staying at a hotel.  I can understand if the hotel has no parking of its own and you are forced to valet into a private lot, but forcing one to use valet when you have your own private lot?  That is a little much.

28/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
83. Kristine H.
This property is a lot of fun - a remodeled old school motor lodge transformed by an inordinate amount of country kitsch. And I don't mean high brow country... oh no. This place does its decor deliberately and with great aplomb. There's sexy blues juxtaposed against bright yellows, denim duvet covers and a bevy of farming implements adorning the exterior of the building.

Parking is free and the location is pretty great. If you are doing anything at CBS, you only have to cross the street. The Grove and The Farmers' Market are also a stone's throw away. Canter's is also nearby and open 24 hours a day. Mmm, matzoh ball soup any time your belly craves it!

I didn't notice a lot of noise but that drove me nutty was the lack of black-out curtains. When that sun came up, the room was bathed in natural light and I was awake. Grr. Other than that, I'd return here if I were in L.A. again... which judging by the neverending winter we've been having, should be soon!

24/04/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
84. a t.
Over priced Motels like this, albeit with kitsch decor, are the reasons why Air B N B were invented. Headlights shined into our motel style room at night as cars parked in front of our room, staff was jaded and didn't help with our bags why we struggled, and the price was steep for the ironic trappings. Good for a movie set but not for a nights sleep. Add an extra star for the awesome breakfast at Tart next door. And if you want hi shop across the street at the camera market mall.

07/10/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
85. Art M.
Highs:  
1) Great location
2) Friendly staff
3) Nice lobby with computer access (Mac FTW)
4) Wonderful restaurant attached.  

Lows:
1) It's a renovated motel and you can definitely tell.  
2) LOUD... you can hear EVERY F*#ing pipe, every flush, every person around you speaking, every footstep outside your door.
3) They lost our reservation and told us that they were completely booked until I called American Express to complain.
4) Bed was rock solid and lumpy.

For the price and location it's not bad, but when reviewing the hotel and its amenities itself, it's just below average.

03/10/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
86. Mark D.
There are a lot of ways for a hotel to score highly.  For instance, you can do it with sheer luxury (ie Park Hyatt-Seoul Korea).

It can also be achieved with creativity and service.  This is the route that Farmer's Daughter takes.  For a recent business trip, it was recommended to me.

With the exception of the basic architecture, it is difficult to believe that this place was once one of those all-American icons, the standard roadside motel.

It has been completely overhauled with their "country-chic" theme.  It is everywhere from custom elevator doors, placards,  room decorations to the myriad of farm animal statuettes.  You can not escape it.  This may sound like an overdose of kitsch but it all comes together quite well.  It is just a cool place to stay.

There are specialty suites.  But I stayed in one of their basic king rooms.  It was a nice sized room done up in all the country glory one could imagine.  The bed was comfortable.  It even had a denim coverlet.  The room had a nice sized flat-screen TV.  I did not turn it on so I do not know how many channels they have.  The washroom was nice.  The room was spotless.  Sticking to it's motel roots, there is a wall attached air-conditioner that worked quite well.

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The room does not have a mini-bar but there is a refrigerator.

Just outside of my room, there was a cool little area for sitting and hanging out.  On a summer evening, it would be a great spot to sit and share some drinks.

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The hotel has  a nice pool area.  The pool is not very large but the area is set up well.

The service was impeccable.  Everyone was very friendly and professional.  When you check in, they even offer lemonade and cookies.  One negative is that it does not appear that they have room-service.  This is somewhat off-set by the attached restaurant, Tart.  It is not your typical hotel restaurant.  It has a beautiful patio and also carries some of the country theme.

I know this is not your typical five star hotel but I am going to give them five stars anyway.  I just enjoyed it that much.  It is simply amazing that this was once just a motel.

28/05/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
87. Christian B.
Most of the time I review great restaurants for local choices, but with this one I'll make an exception. The Farmer's Daughter experience is exactly like the name of the hotel: Fun, friendly, a touch of sexy, and extremely well staffed.

Accommodations: Ok, so this won't win any awards for hotel comfort or coziness, however, the Daughter is located directly, and I mean, directly across the street from the CBS Studios (a la 'The Price is Right'). Also within walking distance of many great shops, a local farmer's market, and the Grove in LA (a la 'Extra). The room, well, not the most comfortable bed, and you definitely hear the traffic, but the kitsch of the decor and the fun themes in the room will keep you laughing (if you stay, those aren't just mints with the candies....)

Staff: Absolutely, bar none, the best hotel staff I have ever experienced. The check in process was quick and easy, and the overalls theme was a nice touch of the 'down on the farm' feel. It seemed much more friendly then a Hyatt I stayed at just a few days before, and way more fun then the last Hilton Garden Inn I stayed at for business. This is a niche hotel, and the staff couldn't have been more pleasant, easy going, and ready to assist with a smile.

Perks: Lots of 'em here, from being able to swim in a pool with giant rubber ducks (yes, you read that correctly) to the fresh baked chocolate chip cookies and pink lemonade which were amazing, the little things were great. One pro tip: Make sure to get room service from the adjoining restaurant 'Tart' next door. The food was brought up in a picnic basket which the wife loved and the food was really amazing for a unique little place. Definitely a nice touch for couple travelling, you will score some major points for this one fellas.

Intangibles: Probably the greatest intangible about this hotel is Ted... No, not the bear from the movie, Ted is without a doubt one of the best features of the Farmer's Daughter. His class on all of The Price is Right ins and outs is legendary. Don't believe me, check out the hundreds of photos on the wall of people who sat it on his class who have one some big prizes on the show and you'll believe me. If there's one thing will remember, it's taking his class and learning why you need to make sure to get over early, why you don't want to wear white, and why specific phrases or looks may keep you out of contestants row. It was a great experience, and you'll just have to wait to see if yours truly will show up in contestant's row.

Overall: The locals may say this place is overrated, but I say that's a tourists win. Coming into town and having all that stuff (and more if you're willing to explore a bit) was really, really great. I highly recommend staying for a night or two to check it out for yourself. I can say that if you're used to living near a city, and not out in the country, this Farmer's Daughter is one you should get to know more.

04/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
88. Patrick H.
This was our first trip to LA and we were going to full fill one of my wife's bucket list wish's to be on the price is right. What could be better than a really cool hotel right a cross the street from CBS studios?  All of the reviews looked decent with a few people complaining about the street noise. Well what they failed to tell you was you would not get a good night sleep because of the street noise and the uncomfortable beds mainly the pillows.
Yes we loved the cookies and iced tea and yes they decor is very LAish chic.
But after 2 nights we felt we left more tired than when we first got there to relax, if they give you a room any where near fair fax Ave. immediately go to the front desk and ask to be moved to the other end of the building.  We may have been able to over come the noise if the beds were nice and comfy but the mattress were lumpy and the pillows flat and hard. They worked hard on the decor but forgot about the little things that make a nice hotel fell like home.

We did spend time at the farmers market which is a cool open air market, pub, bakery, dinner, etc. The grove which is next to the farmers market is a really nice place for high end shopping and dinning.

20/10/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
89. Lucy W.
Loved this place!  Stayed here with my teenaged daughters and had a nice time.  Location is great across from the Grove.  Cute decor, nice staff.  Would have loved a coin laundry on the premises but realize most may not need. Will return!!

02/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
90. Angelie D.
I commend this hotel's take on a different theme... FARM!!! Ironically located across the street from The Grove where all the busy-ness happens!! From the outside, this place does not look like it has a lot to offer. The second you go inside, you kind of forget you are in LA! The theme is perefectly shown throughout the hotel! Farm animals, picket fences, sheep, pigs (statues of course and not the real thing!) surrounds this place! The rooms are very clean and provides enough space for anyone that stays there.

Some interesting differences are:
- Wooden floors
- Denim comforters
- Pictures of farm animals
- Old school rocking sofa/chair
- Wooden chairs

The staff is amazing!! They were super accommodating!!! The staff was a combo of young and old. They wanted to make sure our stay was as comfortable as possible!!!

Thanks Jeff B. for accommodating our group!!!

02/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
91. Caroline P.
An motel turned boutique hotel.  The concept is quirky and fun and it's passable, if you're not too observant.

The room was fairly clean. Bathroom was clean at first glance but once you really look into it, you'll see the missed spots here and there.  

I would go back, nonetheless - -even if I admit it's not the *best* thing ever.  Again, I'm gonna be fair - - this is not a luxury hotel, so I will lower my expectations down a bit.

12/05/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
92. Karen C.
I am a sucker for country-kitsch, and the Farmer's Daughter did not disappoint.

Stayed here over the weekend and had a great experience. It's not some swanky, ritzy hotel, but it got the job done and was cute doing it. Everyone I dealt with was friendly and accommodating, the location can't be beat, and the decor is right up my alley.

Some highlights : complimentary wi-fi, in-room refrigerator, very clean rooms, yummy smelling & quality bath products, great water pressure, an alarm clock that charges/allows you to use your iPod/iPhone (this is surprisingly important to me... the last few hotels I've stayed at had the hardest-to-operate alarm clocks, so this was great!), and WOW is it close to the Farmer's Market, The Grove & CBS Studios.

Some lowlights: hard-as-a-rock beds (I realize I prefer my mattress to feel like a cloud, but these are the hardest mattresses I've ever slept on!), a not-so-great view depending on the room you're in, and it's a little pricey for my pocketbook (granted, I'm cheap when it comes to hotels) but I even had a media rate and it was still $$$. Also, while I love the look of the place and the idea that it is a cute renovated motel, some things are still so motel-ish... awkward bathroom doors, sloppy paint jobs, etc., but I admit being a design snob so that's just a personal pet peeve.

All that being said, I'd definitely stay here again. It's a great option in a perfect location, and it's adorable to boot!

12/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
93. Mehmet B.
Expensive, almost 4 star hotel pricing, a few improvements to make the rooms feel a little more luxury and it might be worth it. It's basically a renovated motel BTW. If the price was right, I'd stay again, but otherwise, skip. Worth one stay though, if you want to check out the neighborhood.

04/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
94. Paula B.
Funky and fun boutique hotel located in such a great part of Los Angeles!  I loved the quirky nature of the decor.  And the whiskey tasting at 5:00 in the afternoon was fun too.  The only downside was the lack of drawer space.  I was in town for 5 days and could not unpack my suitcase.  Also, my toilet looked like something from a bus station.  No tank.  The pipe went right into the wall.  But for the price and the quirks, this place was great!

31/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
95. Carmen W.
Ugh, I so wanted to leave a nicer review. And sorry for the long review, but I've waited a while to write this and just couldn't get myself to shorten it.

All I ask of this place is please don't create a sexy website and then be a few notches higher than a Motel 8. People, this was a motel converted to a hotel, in every way. I'm a designer and know about design - so, if you advertise a sexy, adult place on your website, then you better live up to it. I mean, your "photos" section does not show anything *we* experienced there..

We paid $800 for our stay (less than 4 nights), even with the couple of cute restaurant vouchers and Trader Joe's champagne thrown in by the staff because we were on our honeymoon - there is a TJ's a two min walk from there - it was nice, but definitely could be found at TJ's for under $20). We were incredibly grateful, but still, the ambiance was painfully undercut by the following experience.

Again, we were expecting a very grown-up, sexy vibe - instead, we had to deal with screaming teenagers all weekend, loud, awkward families barreling up and down the halls and a toddler, whose dumbass parents allowed to bang on our paper thin walls Saturday and Sunday night; also, there is no proper cable, there is loud traffic that permeates the room (why didn't the owners invest in sound proof windows/curtains???), a bland, sterile bathroom,  super thin, chintzy curtains (you CANNOT sleep in, they are THAT thin and they def let the light shoot in at dawn), etc. My husband commented that we could've stayed at a crappy Ramada Inn for this experience and for a lot less $ :(

We didn't say anything about Saturday night to the staff, but Sunday night was a different matter... we were leaving the next day to go back home post-honeymoon. Even after asking the front desk to handle the banging toddler and dumb parents, at like 4:30am, nothing was taken care of immediately and *I* had to address the next door guests, half naked, half asleep, with the father who answered the door when I knocked. I said "do you know have any idea what time it is?" and he abruptly looked startled and slammed the door in my face, no apologies. The front desk girl was nice, but again sadly ineffective to communicate with the incredibly inconsiderate/rude parents. She could have called her manager to come in early or even the cops;  they were *that* obnoxious... why was there NO manager on-site to handle situations like this? They kept making crazy loud noises until they clearly checked out, about an hour plus later. We got less than 4 hours of sleep due to this child's antics. Then, to add salt to the wound, the maids start to talk at the top of their lungs and laugh loudly at 8am, banging doors VERY loudly and vacuuming in the same room where the douchebag family was.... wow. Really? They were loud enough to WAKE US UP, out of sound sleep, again.

The generally nice manager winced when I explained the situation and I did *not* hear a real apology - he begrudgingly offered a discount for our parking at their hotel (this is LA, not SF - there is parking everywhere - I didn't see this as a major financial sacrifice for the h(m)otel).

Overall, staff is quite hit and miss - either really nice and ineffective or higher up, somewhat nice, and a tad bitchy. The maid who attended to our room was really nice, though and the parakeets downstairs, Hall and Oates, were super cool. We tipped her well as she had done a nice job during our stay.
Bottomline, spend a few more money bucks for the standard or even the Bonaventure if you really want a more grown-up place with more accountability.

Truthfully, the only way I would *ever* stay at this place again is if I had an awesome night of eating and drinking at Tart restaurant (the restaurant attached to this place) and didn't want to drive or walk to our hotel.
I will leave a somewhat negative review on a positive note - Tart Restaurant, food drinks and staff, *rocks*. I will leave a proper review for Tart as well (but more like 5 stars for them). So, if farmer's daughter owns or is connected to this place in any way, well done...

14/12/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
96. Ann P.
Just returned from a three night stay, and really loved the atmosphere of this kitschy-cool. The front desk (Preston and Irene - you guys ROCK!) was extremely helpful and wonderful to work with - great customer service!

Loved the whiskey happy hour, the chirping (live!) birds in the lobby, the book rental library, the bikes for rent in the front of the building, and that this hotel was walking distance to so many things - great restaurants (Mercado was FAB!) The Farmer's Market, The Grove and numerous museums.  Parking was a bit expensive - would be very nice to have that included in the room rental, as noted by a previous guest. Only other negative was it is noisy, we had a room close to Fairfax Avenue - I'd ask for a room toward the back of the hotel, if at all possible.

Tart, the attached restaurant, was wonderful. Delicious, unusual cocktails, and delightfully different food combinations.

All in all - really liked this place, and the location.

20/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
97. Susan L.
Too cool for school.  Form over function for sure at this place.  Checked in on a Monday for a two night stay and they put me in the room right on the street.  This was booked by my corporate office as business travel and I wasn't a one-nighter but that didn't matter to them.  Sink was gross and cracked, wall in bathroom dirty and finger marked.  On second night there was a notice in my room that the next day at 11:00 the water would be turned off.  No problem:  I was checking out by 9:00.  When I went to take a shower at 8:00AM the next day, NO HOT WATER AT ALL.  I packed up after the cold shower and checked out, filling out the form asking how satisfied I was.  I let them know I wasn't.  No manager was on site but they took my number and said I would be called.  No call.  I waited two days and called them, and no manager on site.  They said I would be called.  No call (sound familiar?).  I received an email asking for a survey from the CEO and told the whole story.  No call, no email back.  I called back a week later and was told that since it was booked at a discounted rate, they could only give me 10% off.  I asked if that was the "no hot water discount" but the manager seemed very flustered.  Don't stay here.  They don't need your business, they don't want your business and frankly, a farm would have been better.    Whoever the daughter is should get her act together!

12/11/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
98. Matthew G.
Great location, helpful staff, and unique rooms make this quirky little hotel/motel a good choice.  Plus, they have free chocolate chip cookies and milk every evening at the front desk.  

This unique property is right across the street from The Grove Shopping Center, the Los Angeles Farmers market, and where they film the Price is Right.  It is also very conveniently located to Melrose ave, Sunset Ave, and Hollywood. The on site restaurant Tart is really good.  We also walked to several nearby restaurants for lunch and dinner during our stay.  There is not an on-site gym but the gym down the street has a special day rate for guests of the hotel.  There is a small pool in the courtyard.

We stayed in the No-tell room.  It is a very large room with many unique features.  I recommend this room for a romantic get away, not for your family trip.

18/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
99. Heather B.
Don't be fooled by the advertising... this place is a MOTEL.  Someone slapped some lipstick on this pig but it's still a pig.  Cute concept, maybe, but I can't get past the old, yucky motel...

I would leave if I hadn't prepaid the room already.  Ouch.  This is going to be a long couple of days...

31/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
100. Adam B.
I stayed at the Farmer's Daughter last week and have been raving about it ever since. The place is beautiful, the staff is fantastic, they have a whiskey happy hour (which gave me quite the education on the spirit!), and there's a great restaurant and bar attached that has a wild brunch.

If you're the least bit athletic you'll be able to walk to quite a few Hollywood hot spots from the hotel. First of all, the Farmer's Market, and The Grove, are right across the street. In the span of four days I ate Brazilian BBQ, fantastic Mexican, and one of the best burgers I've ever had in my life. (FYI - If you get up early, and hit up The Grove before the majority of the stores open, it's pretty awesome to walk around the nearly empty outdoor mall, see the fountains, and hear the music, which the day I went was Sinatra, playing through the speakers) There's also a 24 hour CVS down the street, which came in handy when I needed an energy drink at a random hour.

I walked to the El Rey Theatre (1.5 miles) for a show, the route to which had me pass right by LACMA. Melrose, and all its quirky shops (and my friend's art galleries) is also only 1.5 miles away. Amoeba Music is a bit more of a haul at around 3 miles away, but that's still not bad being that most days are beautiful. Also, less than half a mile up from Melrose is Hollywood Boulevard, which you want to walk down anyway.

The hotel's whiskey happy hour is a brilliant idea, as it allows a variety of folks staying at the Farmer's Daughter to meet, making us less strangers, and more friends, while staying there.

Overall, my experience at the Farmer's Daughter was fantastic, and I plan on staying there again the next time I hit LA.

Pro Tip: If you're getting there from the airport during peak traffic hours, Uber has a flat rate of $65 for the ride (if a friend has an Uber promo code you can knock $20 off of that). If, however, your ride will be during off hours (like my ride to the airport at 7:45am on a Sunday), ask the hotel to call you a cab the day before. It will only be around $45 for the ride.

24/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
101. Chris L.
don't recommend this place, pictures look good, staff so-so, better place's to stay close by

29/01/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
102. Dayna C.
This place is pretty cute and has a great location, but the average service and loud children make it feel very touristy.

20/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
103. Lauren T.
Such a unique and friendly boutique hotel. From the moment we arrived I felt such incredible hospitality from the staff. The lobby7 area is open and smells of gardenia. The pool is adorable with rubber duckies floating. The whole of the hotel is inviting and feels like an escape.

We opted for the "No Tell" suite. The theming felt so incredibly modern and fresh. I really enjoyed the unique touches.

The location of the hotel is really central to a lot of the tourist destinations we wanted to visit. It was within 2 miles of Hollywood Boulevard and only one block from Pink's.

Every staff member we encountered really added to the down home feel of the hotel. I also would highly recommend the attached restaurant Tart, for a modern take on comfort food.

07/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
104. Sean M.
When I was looking for a hotel in the Los Angeles area, I knew I wanted something smaller.  The Farmer's Daughter Hotel was the perfect match for me.  There is a country chic feel to the entire place that I adored. The hotel offers incredibly unique packages such as the "Knockin' Boots" package or the "Bicycle Built For Two" package, both of which my boyfriend and I took advantage of! The hotel offers five different types of room, each with their own design. The central theme of this hotel perfectly reflects the name.
The first time I stayed here, I rented the "No Tell Room." This room is advertised as the perfect place to have a "seductive rendezvous." The room was set with a full mirror above the bed, full wet bar, and wonderful bath products. This room definitely made the trip an even better experience.  The second time I rented a room at this hotel, I reserved the "Farmer's Suite."  This room had a King bed, and a couch that turned into a Queen sleeper. The best thing about this room was the kitchenette that was in it. On this trip, I had other family members with me, so the extra bed and the kitchenette were perfect!  The beds in either room were not the most comfortable, but I have definitely slept on worse.  They ran a bit on the hard side, which I am not a fan of.
The place offers wireless Internet, which comes in handy, especially for those who can't stand to be disconnected for even a minute!  For those that have allergies, hypoallergenic bedding is available, which is quite unique.  Personally, I always want whatever hotel I may be staying in to have 24-hour front desk service.  I was delighted to find that the Farmer's Daughter Hotel offered this, as it made me feel safer about staying at this hotel. There is also a pool at the hotel that is very lovely. There are string lights that are hanging and turn on at night which make the entire space very calming.  The TART restaurant was very quant but had great food. The Chef is excellent and never fails to make a tasty dish. They even offer bottomless mimosas!
They didn't have a gym, which I was a bit disappointed about, but the owners have found a way around that. There is a gym just down the street that you can get discounted rates for through the hotel.  The gym offers Pilate's and yoga, as well as some other classes.  
Overall, I found this hotel to be a great place. Whenever I am in Los Angeles I always make sure to stay here. I do tend to book as far in advance as I can due to the limited number of rooms. The staff is all very friendly and willing to help at all times. There was never once I felt unwelcoming by anybody at this hotel.  I would recommend The Farmer's Daughter Hotel to anybody that is looking for a place to stay with a small family, or a getaway with the significant other.

09/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
105. Heather H.
If I were rating the restaurant at FD, this would be a very different review.  We had bad food and bad service there, but I just can't bring myself to take that out on the hotel itself which I kind of loved.  Farmer's Daughter is just as it appears in photos: kitschy and unbelievably adorable.  The great thing about a boutique hotel is it is not a carbon copy of any hotel in any other city.  Farmer's Daughter is very unique and the quirky little details (fresh baked cookies in the lobby!) made for a great experience.

The bathroom in the room was a little iffy, but given how clean everything was and the incredibly comfortable bed, the bathroom could be forgiven.  We stayed here for the convenient location that is right across from the Grove, but I would return for the great decor and service.

07/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
106. Mayra V.
Absolutely the BEST customer service I have ever received at a hotel. I was here for a weekend hosting an event and the set up and execution of our event could not have been as successful without their assistance and attention. The staff is fantastic and extremely engaging I am pretty sure I had a full on conversation with every single staff member involved, they were great. Although I was there for work they made it seem as if I were there on vacation. By far my favorite hotel in LA I will definitely be coming here more often. Kudos to management for running such an awesome establishment!!! Btw Dax (I think is his name) is absolutely adorable and it was an absolutely pleasure talking to him.

04/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
107. Shannon M.
I stayed here on a last minute business trip, unfamiliar with the area. Needed a place that was close by my business meeting & didn't want to mess with LA traffic in the morning. Can I just say... ADORABLE!
A++ Customer Service
A++ Location, Location, Location!
A++ Tarte-restaurant on site (Highly recommend the Brussel Sprouts!)
Very cozy atmosphere... Decent rooms (not upscale or swanky though... Would not recommend if you're looking for luxury)
I would stay here again in a heartbeat!

18/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
108. Arlene M.
Love Farmer's Daughter hotel!!  Chic, cute, comfortable, classic. The attention to details make this is destination. It will be my "go to" when I must travel to LA. The staff are so attentive they feel like new old friends!  Thanks for making me feel at home at Farmer's Daughter hotel.

17/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
109. Kristoff R.
Let's make one thing clear. This is a Motel, not a Hotel. (Say what?)

Decent beds, windows that open onto a balcony everyone walks down, so curtains much be closed at all times for privacy, crappy phone with frayed wire, so when I tried to call the front desk, the guy couldn't hear me, thin walls that transmit the LOUD noise of anyone taking a shower anywhere in the building, apparently. I've had nicer rooms at Motel 6. Seriously. If you're expecting any kind of luxury or coolness, like an Ace Hotel kinda deal, this ain't it.

On the other hand, it's a good location if you've got business in this part of town. Lots of cafes and restaurants within walking distance. But if you've got a car or time to look around, there are many better options than this place.

26/06/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
110. Meg W.
Just stayed at Farmer's Daughter Hotel this last Saturday and Sunday night.  Let's start with the good news:

-we loved our stay.  The hotel is very charming- both kitschy and boutique at the same time.
-our room was very clean and well-appointed with adequate amenities of all kinds- lights, outlets, toiletries, etc.
-I loved the decor of the hotel!
-we stayed at the hotel for our wedding night.  When we got to the room a member of the staff had set out a tray of chocolate-covered strawberries, a bottle of champagne in an ice bucket, and a nice note congratulating us.  This sealed the deal for me- we will definitely be back and we will absolutely refer the hotel to others.
-cookies and sweet tea in the lobby!
-we stayed in the No-Tell Room which is hysterically funny.  It is a little racy (mirrors on the ceiling above the bed) and a little corny (mural of an actual cornfield).  It is the perfect room if you want to get down but also like to laugh.

The only negative things I could think of from our stay:
-the overnight parking is rather expensive.  This might just be the going rate in the Farmer's Market area but I always enjoy when a hotel offers complimentary parking to guests who are already paying for their room.
-the customer service that we actually received from the front desk was unfriendly and unsmiling.  I'm not sure if the woman we saw was just having a bad day or what but she was not at all welcoming.  We saw the same person three different times: upon check-in, at one point when I had a question about parking, and then again at check-out.  It was rather off-putting.  She also declined to answer my question about parking.

Overall I would say we had a wonderful time at The Farmer's Daughter.  Next time I might avoid checking in late at night or checking out early in the morning since the overnight staff is not my favorite.  I have also emailed the management with this same review so I will update if they contact me at all.

17/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
111. Christos V.
Avoid staying here unless you like being treated like a liar and imbasil.
This boutique style motel takes itself too seriously. The attitude I received as a guest was "you should be blessed to be staying here." For $250/night, you would expect a place like this to let you know in advance that they are doing construction on THE WHOLE FLOOR UNDER YOU. For a 3-4 night stay, this was not a pardon our dust repair. This was full on hammering, nailing, workers talking louder than needed, demolition, and construction remodeling at 8am in the morning. They offer upon end of check-in a free drink coupon excluding gratuity at the attached overpriced restaurant because of "a little noise". Workers were not supposed to begin until 9am. On the third morning, I couldn't take it. Hammering is hammering so trying to not hammer and nail as loud at 8:10am is not "No work until 9am" I called the front desk(Treston or Trenton) two times and even told housekeeping and maintenance. By the last time I called front desk and even went downstairs to confront contractor myself(I am a subcontractor myself). Front desk said they spoke to contractor and that they didn't start early. I simply told front desk,"Hey, they got caught starting early so tell your contractor to take an hour break and let everyone sleep some more." I recorded noise with iPhone. Contractor foreman and front Treston insisted they didn't start early. So I am either a liar or an Imbasil. Front desk(I will edit review later with appropriate names) told me they would talk to manager and get back to me which they never did. In fact upon my requested late check out at 12:30, they wanted to charge me another night because check out is 11am and late check out is only 12noon. So bottom line was "you are a liar," "we're not doing or giving you crap," and "get the F@%ck out." Treston came around from back office and said once again contractors didn't start early although he wasn't there but could see contractors from check-in and I was literally upstairs 10 feet above them. I had let it slide the other nights but the third night was too much and earplugs don't block your side table  and tv screen vibrating. TV on highest volume couldn't block noise after 9am. If you sleep at 8pm and get up at 6am I guess it would be ok but chances are you would complain about noise from bar which wasn't a problem since I was getting in 12-2am.

Other small irritations:
1)Although advertised, there's no HBO or movie stations, in fact the tv written guide was completely wrong.
2) there's free whiskey from 5-6 in the lobby which you'll need for your nerves but a bottle of water is $4-5 which you'll need for sleeping pills to get through morning construction.
3) no hot water pressure.(I asked but they did nothing)
4) tub takes couple hours to drain so you'll be showering in your own filth.
5) Wooden lattice in place of headboard is not chique, it's cheap and is like a cheese grater on your knuckles in the middle of the night.

I had every intention of liking this place as somewhere I would stay once a month for work and told them this. In fact I am still looking for a place. I am a property investor/manager and even made an "FYI repair list" for them to show good faith but after the contractor noise incident, I'm never coming back and will be asking for a refund for the day due to the incident since they felt it not important enough to address at the time or afterwards. Paying guests should be treated with respect no matter how old your pretentious motel is or how cool you think it is. I was charged for a service I did not receive.

NOTE: I am partially disabled(back injury) and can not get up in the morning very easily, so getting up to talk to the foreman, housekeeping, maintenance, and front desk at 9am was a painful task in addition to frustrating. Also, on most construction sites, a contractor is fined for starting/showing up early for as little as $1000 per incident. The front desk/contractor could have apologized and offered to make it up to me but it's been a month already.

30/06/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
112. amy j.
Loved this Hotel, we staying in room125 perfect location for mother daughter shopping weekend.  Front desk guy was friendly and helpful.  Cookies at night were fresh and delicious.  I would have given 5 stars but bathroom could use am update.  Flusher was SO loud!  We will stay here again!

12/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
113. Fancy G.
The exterior areas of this motel are fun and designed well if not a bit too hipstery. The rooms are where this motel loses points. Let's leave denim for jeans not bedspreads. My room felt a bit dark and creepy. I wouldn't stay here again because of the rooms. The valet staff is excellent while the front desk staff made several mistakes. The location is the best feature of this motel and if you are a tourist and/or under 30, you will probably thoroughly enjoy this motel. For this 35 year old, I felt the rooms fell into the "gross" category and the hipster touches like the aggressive Whisky tasting did nothing for me. The brunch scene at Tart, the motel's restaurant, was packed all weekend with a cacophony of joyful kikis rising up into the gorgeous LA atmosphere each time I walked by. Again, not for me, but many may enjoy.

02/09/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
114. Courtney T.
Loved our stay here for the Price is Right (and it gave us good luck- my husband got on!). From check in, we had a great experience.  From the front desk agent, adorable on site restaurant, little lobby shop, to the cute rooms, it was perfect. Reminded me of the Ace in Palm Springs as far as motel-kitsch factor.  I am a wedding planner in Southern California, so I stay in and see a lot of hotels. This one was super fun and I would love if they did weddings here. Can't wait to go back.

08/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
115. Nicholas W.
Excellent location Farmer's Daughter Hotel, great service and clean rooms.

26/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
116. Hubert N.
Stayed here last weekend. We have stayed at a few other hotels in the area, but this was by far the best experience. We had a room with 2 bathrooms - great for vacation with a wife and two daughters!

26/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
117. Chris T.
Wow we loved this cool trendy place! Its a retro place and its based to look a bit like a farm with loads of farm features, Its a small but classic hotel,The lobby,Courtyard,the pool are all very modern and very up to date and very cool looking a bit like the photos you kinda see on Instagram, its just a really cool hotel, we booked the most up to date room the Robin Room, It was a very modern room with loads of little features but loved the HUGE mirror, everything was brand new, wasn't sure about the glass wall between the Bathroom and the bedroom, but there is a curtain which you can pull across for privacy, Wifi didn't work that great in our room so we had to go to the little terrace on the second floor or the courtyard by the lobby, All the staff was all in there 20s but they was all really helpful and welcoming, Also loved the complimentary whisky happy hour and bikes to explore the area. The Farmers Daughter hotel is practically across the street from the Grove and the Farmers Market! so a perfect location! We Loved the Farmers Daughter Hotel and would love to stay there again next time we are in LA.

17/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
118. Jamie W.
This place is adorable!! You can go SO INCREDIBLY wrong in a city you are unfamiliar with, but trust me that this place is definitely right!
From the cute rugs on the rustic wood floors to the glamorous ceiling wallpaper, this place is certainly unique! They have the perfect amount of cheesy farm style accessories strewn about the property mixed in with well maintained and high end pieces to make you feel like you're in a cute hipster hotel. They have sweet tea and cookies available constantly, a "locally made" boutique, and are teamed up with a tasty and perfectly rustic restaurant named tart. Did I mention whisky happy hour?
Also perfectly located across from an outdoor mall called the grove. Make sure to check out the farmers market ;)

20/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
119. Nicole D.
Such a lovely place, with the most gracious, accommodating staff.  I was at the Daughter with a group and was so impressed with how well we were treated by everyone who worked there, from the manager to the waiters at Tart to the housekeeping staff.  Everyone was lovely and we were pleasantly surprised by the relaxed, cozy atmosphere in the heart of West Hollywood. Hotel has a real mom and pop's vibe with a quirky, spunky twist.  Great for families visiting LA or a lunch date.

09/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
120. Myleen A.
When you choose to stay in the "No Tell Room," everyone and their mothers will know why you booked this room. Thank goodness my mother doesn't know, lest I set myself up for my own death. But let's get down to the deets.

THE DIGS:

This motel-turned-boutique place of rest is definitely not like most places I've stayed at. I was looking for a place to celebrate my anniversary with my man that was close to shops we were into and stumbled upon this interesting gem. Its bold, vibrant colors and farm girl theme definitely brought the artist out of me although I feel you'd have to appreciate its quirky theme to truly appreciate it. Valet parking is your only option here so be prepared to cough up some change. They have curbside parking for you to unload and get going, but that's pretty much it.

No Tell Room: Alright so... the description on their website begins something like... "hidden away in a corner..." Okay. Just because it happens to be the last room within a row of rooms, doesn't mean it's hidden. You're right by the stairwell and close to the elevator so if you're looking to get buck wild, you best do it in silence, and with the curtains pulled tight. I don't care what the little door hanger says.

Now the room itself is charming in a sense. The wood floors are beautiful and the leather chair gives it a very classy taste. The denim covers actually work out with the whole prairie theme and the copper encased ceiling mirrors definitely bring excitement to your (lack of) slumber. The wet bar is convenient and great for entertainment while the washroom area gives a sophisticated country look with the water-pump style faucet and dark furniture.  The toilet and shower on the other hand wasn't anything worth looking at.

THE SERVICE:

The guys at valet were always kind and courteous and the woman that helped us was genuinely caring. She made our stay memorable with a bottle of champaigne sent to our room. The other gentleman on the other hand was snooty and took forever to acknowledge us. Nuff Said.

Word of advice: as cute as this location is, I really wouldn't recommend families with young children to stay here. Nothing against you guys, but know the majority of those who stay here aren't exactly waking up to go to Disneyland the next day.

Overall, our stay was okay and the hotel was a walking distance from many great spots. However, I feel like its location compensated for the lack of charm. It was something else though. I'm not sure if I'd come again, but it was definitely an experience.

17/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
121. Diane A.
What a night girls night out. Food drinks so much fun special thanks to Steve for great customer  service. Tart great food.we are definitely doing it again. Thank you Farmers Daughter Hotel.

12/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
122. Megan M.
It's basically a motel with cute wall paper. There was rust all over the bathroom which was the first red flag. There was only one water bottle in the room which we drank, so on our way to dinner we asked the front desk if they could deliver 2 more. They said if course, we get back 4 hours later and there is no water so we called down and the man at the desk said there's a vending machine and that's the only way we can get water know because it's too late. Well I have no cash so we drank the two water from the rusted sink yay! Then I called for a wake up call at 10 (we forgot our charger for our phone) they called us at 11 . The only good thing was we left a shirt there and called today the woman I don't remember her name but she was very helpful.

13/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
123. Jordan W.
If anyone had seen my initial review, I was pretty upset with the service we received at the Farmer's Daughter. We had an issue where an item we checked in disappeared.

I am writing this review to express my satisfaction with the way our situation was handled ONCE it had gotten to the proper channels. GM Michael Spencer and CEO Peter both worked on the tedious task of reviewing camera data to take responsibility for the disappearance.

Though it was initially difficult to find out who to get ahold of, both of these people have an incredible sense of professionalism and will go to great lengths to ensure reconciliation for a violation.

#About the Hotel

The hotel itself is great. The room we stayed in was clean, lobby was fun and it is in a great location. You can easily walk to the Farmer's Market, the Grove or other more general purpose shopping centers down Fairfax. We were impressed with the price and, knowing they've taken our issue seriously and made consolations, would recommend a stay if you are traveling in the area.

12/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
124. Matt D.
we had all our wedding guests stay here and the whole staff took care of us very well. we stayed in a suite and it was perfect for what we needed. we love the ambiance there and how close it was to our event (at the Grove) and it allowed all our guests to not have to rent cars and just walk over to the Grove.
we were allowed to rent out the rec room which was great for our after party and Tart was nice enough to bring us drinks and set up the room for us and our friends.
all in all it was an amazing weekend and we look forward to referring Farmer's Daughter to our friends and family from out of town.

01/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
125. Cameron P.
The Farmer's Daughter is one of LA's best boutique hotels. The staff, atmosphere and setting are all simply fantastic.
I was fortunate enough to dine at Tart and loved the beet salad.
I also liked how it was chill and chic without being preciousness   .
I would have no qualm recommending this hotel to anyone for a stay, bite, or cocktail.
Best,
CM

12/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0