HomeCaliforniaLos Angeles, CA → Knights Inn Woodland Hills
Booking.com

Knights Inn Woodland Hills in Los Angeles, CA

Knights Inn Woodland Hills in Los Angeles, CA

Specialties

Property Location
Located in Woodland Hills (San Fernando), Knights Inn Woodland Hills is convenient to Westfield Promenade Shopping Mall and Westfield Topanga. This motel is within the region of J. Paul Getty Museum and University of California Los Angeles.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 43 air-conditioned guestrooms. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Bathrooms have shower/tub combinations and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and blackout drapes/curtains.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and a spa tub.

Dining
A complimentary continental breakfast is included.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, and coffee/tea in the lobby. Free self parking is available onsite.

 

Company Info:

Rating: 3.50

Address: 21706 Ventura Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 91364
  • Mon: Open 24 hours
  • Tue: Open 24 hours
  • Wed: Open 24 hours
  • Thu: Open 24 hours
  • Fri: Open 24 hours
  • Sat: Open 24 hours
  • Sun: Open 24 hours

Hotels in Los Angeles, CA

Relevant

Map:

Comments (6):

1. Melanie K.
Ok so this isn't a "4 star" hotel in the sense that they leave chocolate on your pillow and have a concierge to assist you with any whim you may have. That said I gave it 4 stars for its price and service. The room was clean, as requested I had a room with microwave and fridge. To my shock( pleasantly) there was also a sink and 2 burner stove. The a/c was cold and the staff was very helpful and nice. I wanted to take a jot bath as opposed to using the hot tub and there was no stopper for the tub, a problem easily fixed by a call to the front desk. The beds ate a little to firm for my taste but overall was q great experience. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a decent hotel at a reasonable price.

30/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Lenci B.
Definitely a fan of this place.

It's not fancy, but it does the job. My mom and sister stayed here when they visited me last month since there was no room at my place. We opted not to spend a million dollars on hotels since they'd only be sleeping here. It was safe and less than 5 minutes from my house.

It is also across the street from Fatburger, different grocery stores, Western Bagel and Starbucks. So, since they were still on Texas time they'd usually go grab some coffee before I'd pick them up for our daily adventure.

If you're looking for a place to sleep and wont be spending much time in the room, go for it. They also have ESPN {a must for me!} and wi-fi.

02/11/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Lindsay C.
I'm sure this isn't the nicest place to stay in Woodland Hills, but for the price, it's certainly worth a shot.  My boyfriend and I recently took a spontaneous trip down to Southern California and were able to book two nights at this hotel.

Location: Perfect.  Good freeway access and close to restaurants and shops all along Ventura Blvd.

Room: Modest.  It was clean, good water pressure in the shower, updated sink counter top.  The bed was pretty decent considering I've stayed at some of these cheap hotels where the floor would be more comfortable than the thing they call a bed.  I could tell the carpets had been vacuumed recently due to the presence of fresh vacuum lines (for lack of a better term) in the carpet.  TV and desk, table and chairs, typical hotel style.  Mini-fridge and microwave as well.  A/C works great.  Free wireless internet, always a plus.

The downsides: No shampoo/conditioner and the bar soap is crappy.  We fixed that by getting some travel bottles at the Target down the street.  When the person next door to you takes a shower, it will wake you up, it's that loud.  If someone is having a conversation outside your room, you will hear it even with the window closed.  I tried to not let those things bother me since we had plans for the day and weren't planning on sleeping in that late anyway.

Would I stay there again?  Sure.  It's clean and it does the job and it's in a great location if Woodland Hills where you need to be.

05/07/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. Sweet M.
I was surprised that the room is big and very clean, and the bed is huge :)  for the price that is cheaper. I would like to go to other knights inn location. Also they have microwave and small fridge in the room, bed linens are clean and no smells.

I will give it a 5 star but the the staff in the front office is not so nice.

02/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
5. Mark S.
Knights Inn is the sort of chain you'd hardly give a second look based on, if nothing else, it's low-rent looking logo. However, while driving cross country last year, I stopped in Van Horn Texas, and the Knights Inn there had surprisingly good ratings. And it lived up to them from the quality of the room to the friendliness of the staff.

Now while Woodland Hills didn't quite live up to the quality of Van Horn, where it really failed miserably was how I was treated upon arrival. I don't care if this place were the Four Seasons. If I'm greeted the way I was here, they'd get a 1 star.

So the story. I was about thirty minutes away when I decided to look for a place in the valley since I had a job interview at a nearby studio. Upon seeing the positive reviews on Trip Advisor, I went to the hotel's website to book, knowing that hotels, particularly smaller chains like this one, hate dealing with online booking services.

The Knights Inn number led me to a call center in Asia. They told me there was only one room left so I booked it with my credit card. Upon arrival, I rang the night buzzer. (It was 11:30 pm and had been driving all day and was exhausted.) The night clerk came to the door giving me a suspicious look. (I know, I know. A middle-aged guy with blonde hair button-up shirt and jeans presents a frightening image.) She cracked the door opening slightly asking how she could help me, (in a tone of more, "what do you want?) I told her I have a reservation and need to check in.

"NO, NO! YOU HAVE NO RESERVATION!"

Huh? What's going on?

"Yes, I do."

"No! Go away!" (no exaggeration whatsoever. An innkeeper just told a customer to "go away," while doing the "shoo" gesture with her hands.)

"What's going on?! I have a reservation!"

"No you don't. Go away. We have nothing."

"Are you kidding me?! I'm really tired and have an early interview. You have my credit card already. Will you please let me have my room since I've paid for it already?!"

Back and forth and finally she lets me in.

"They never pay us. We can't just give room."

I told her I booked on their website. She asked what number. When I told her, she picked up a business card and said, "Well that's not this number." Just unfreakingbelievable.

She finally had the common sense to ask if I had a reservation number, which I did, and lo and behold, there was my name on her computer.

We crossed paths ten minutes later as she needed my credit card number written down on this form. (I don't understand why, considering she swiped it and I got a receipt for purchase.) She at that time apologized for how she treated me but tried to qualify it with how evil Expedia is. Fine. I get it. They are a pain in the butt to deal with. But 95 percent of people who book there don't know that. So you don't automatically treat them like garbage just because they are a hassle to you.

I forgave her, but I'd be remiss as a yelper if I didn't be honest about my experience here. Being as how Knights Inn are now a Wyndham property, you'd expect a bit of a higher level than this. Even though I got my room, and it was adequate for the price, the way I was greeted ruined the night, and I'd never stay here again unless I knew that someone was either reprimanded or replaced.

Until then, this property gets a 1 from me.

Now, if you don't care about potentially being treated like dirt, here's the room info.

It was quiet. Beds were clean and comfortable. I always check the mattress under the fitted sheets for signs of bed bugs or dirt. They were spotless. Television actually had an HD signal. Vanity was granite. WiFi was hit or miss. I had to use my cell phone as a WiFi hotspot half of the time, which sucked as it put me over my data plan.

22/11/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
6. Herwig P.
I traveld to CA for 18day's and I bookd a room in Motel 6, because it seems to be the most convenient place in the area of woodland hills.
After one night there I decided to check out due to the very bad conditions of that Motel.
By checking the surounding area I found knights inn on Ventura Blvd. The had a great offer for visitors who stay longer than a week. By checking the rooms I was impressed about the size and how clean they are so I decided to check in and spend the rest of my vacation there.

I did not regret it, I found out the next day that they serve complimentary breakfast. I had the best muffins in my life there and the coffee was delicious considering you are in US.

I will come back next time I'm in the area.

Thanks to the Team of Knights Inn my vacation was great.

26/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0