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Orange Drive Hostel

472 reviews
+1 323-850-0350

Top Amenities

Free Wifi

More Than Just a Dorm—Orange Drive Manor Hostel is A “Boutique” Hostel

What Does An Orange Drive Manor Hostel Room Include?

Orange Drive Hostel is a converted 1920s Hollywood manor, and it offers a variety of room options, from communal dorms to private rooms. Whatever space you choose, you’ll find a comfortable bed with linens and bedding provided, a relaxed atmosphere, and tasteful decoration recalling the manor’s glamourous past.

What Amenities Does Orange Drive Manor Hostel Offer?

Orange Drive Hostel offers the amenities you’d expect from a hotel, without the hefty price tag. Enjoy a free all-you-can eat breakfast of waffles, pancakes, and oatmeal (but expect to make them yourself), free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities with free detergent, flat screen TV and free movies in the common room, on-site ATM, and a patio barbecue.

How Much Will a Stay at Orange Drive Manor Hostel Cost?

A stay at this hostel will cost you a fraction of the price of other hotels in Hollywood. Dorm rates start at $38 per night, while a private twin or double room costs only $82 per night. A double en-suite room is a mere $10 more.

What Activities are Popular Near Orange Drive Manor Hostel?

You’re just minutes away from the storied Chinese Theater, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and the Dolby Theater, home of the Oscars. You’re central to everything, from Sunset Strip to Madame Tussaud’s and the Hollywood Bowl. The area is a great mix of urban and outdoors, with nightlife hotspots, shopping, museums and more, and only a ten minute walk from hiking in Runyon Canyon. You may even catch a glimpse of a star out for a hike if you’re lucky.

What's the Bottom Line?

If “boutique hostel” isn’t already a term, it should be. Orange Drive Hostel offers the comfort of a hotel at hostel prices.

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1764 North Orange Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90028
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User Highlights
"Right next to all the fun" "The nearest Metro station"
Great parking, according to 86%.
100% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
"Helpful staff on the reception" "Staff was super friendly"
98% found the staff to be very friendly.
80% said the reception staff was great.
Value for money
"Free waffles" "Excellent value for money"
100% were happy with the price of the breakfast.
"Clean carpet" "The hostel was clean"
82% said rooms were clean.
96% thought it was clean.
"Great wifi"
58% thought the wifi quality was ok.
"Beautiful old mansion" "Calm mood"
86% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
93% criticized the unstylish hostel.
"Beautiful old mansion" "Private garden"
"Tranquil privacy" "Private restroom"
For only 60%, the bathroom was ok.
82% said rooms were clean.
"Awesome breakfast" "Lovely breakfast"
100% were happy with the price of the breakfast.
"Not much actual food"

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Friendly atmosphere
Friendly service
Very quiet
Clean facilities
Expert Reviews
Lonely Planet
If you like your hostel with dash of quirk and history, this rambling old mansion should fit the bill.
Rough Guide
Centrally located hostel (right behind the Chinese Theater), offering tours to film studios, theme parks and homes of the stars. Dorm beds $25–35, rooms.
If L.A.’s boutique hotels are too hard on your wallet, this boutique hostel could be the answer.
Pay cash to avoid the bank credit-card fees, which are passed on to guests.