Miyako Hotel Los Angeles

Miyako Hotel Los Angeles

587 Ratings
Los Angeles - Downtown

Why We Like It

  • Japanese elegance meets lively downtown LA. Two fab onsite dining options leave you needing to make some decisions come dinnertime.
  • Karaoke lounge? But of course. Quick, do some vocal warmups and knock ‘em dead with your signature version of I Will Survive.
  • The biggies are all nearby – Walt Disney Concert Hall, Ahmanson Theater, Staples Center, Nokia Center and LA Live.


174 rooms.
Complimentary WiFi.
Valet parking $36/night.
No self-parking.
Fitness center with cardio equipment.
No pets.
Room approximately 290 sq ft.
32" flat-screen TV.
No minibar.
Bath products by Paya or Aveda.
Drinks served at Ohjah.
Tamon serves Japanese cuisine, main courses $30-60.
Room service available.
No breakfast available.
The food and drink: Buffet breakfast is offered for an extra charge of USD 23 per person (approximately)

What Our Bookers Think

94% Liked It (587 Ratings)
Jessica H.
Really great hotel, quiet, clean, and very well located to enjoy Little Tokyo.
4 months ago
Jarad P.
A great hotel with true Japanese style and charm in the heart of little Tokyo.
last year
Rebecca U.
They booked my hotel on the wrong weekend and when I tried to change the reservation they told me they can’t do anything.I lost all my money on the hotel. They didn’t try to help me out at all with the reservation.
last year

Need to Know

  • COVID-19: Please review the travel advisories that affect your destination.
  • Rate displayed is per night, per room. Each room is guaranteed to fit 2 people. Extra guests are at the hotel’s discretion and may be subject to additional fees.
  • Check-in 3pm. Check-out 12pm.
  • 18+ to book.
  • Photo ID and credit card required at check-in.
  • 100% non-smoking rooms.
  • We do not verify reviews.
  • This room may not meet your accessibility needs. Accessibility requests can be made directly to the hotel, and are subject to hotel approval and availability.

Your Stay

Fri, Sep 30
Sat, Oct 1
Fri, Sep 30 – Sat, Oct 1