Madison Hotel
423 E 7th St
Los Angeles, CA 90014-2311

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I have lived at the Madison Hotel for 6 years now and I to had bed bugs and the owner is aware of this problem I went plenty of nights unable to sleep and all I was given was a can of spray August 2013 I even bombed my room and I paid for the bombs I asked to be 're inverse and like that was going to happen now the problem is the new owner doesn't want to pay for license professional to do any work around here at the Madison and it's against the law to have employees not on record paying them un

der the table the problem I have now is I haven't had hot water in 2 months and the building inspector is aware of the problem in fact the building inspector hasn't came back yet

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Moved in room 415, was eaten alive with bed bugs. I have pictures. Was moved to another room. For months everything was fine, now my personal bed, clothes and room is infected with these unwanted bed bugs.

David, promised to help get these bed bugs under control. Unknown to me and other residents, David sold the hotel and left without a word and without helping to control these bed bugs.

I made a report to the Los Angeles County Health Department (01-17-2013). Waiting for inspection.


The conditions of this establishment are absolutely horrifying. My heart goes out to the long-term residents; many of which are elderly seniors or disabled. Many of them receive SSI or SSA assistance; which took yet another benefit cut recently. This makes affording legal representation virtually impossible. From bedbugs to the deceased remains of a long term resident whom, upon entering the building and taking a seat in the front lobby (same location as desk clerk cage) to perhaps rest, pas

sed away & remained for over three (3) hours before the proper authorities were called; supposely undetected by deskclerk in charge. As for the continuous and constant outbreaks of bedbug infestation throughout various parts of the building -- Instead of treating the building floor by floor (or entire building all at once), various units are sprayed with chemicals… leaving bedbugs to flee to other units. Perhaps this could explain the unexplained deaths of tenants throughout the building living in these conditions. After leaving in these conditions for so long, three years of failed promises, theses people need to be compensated by the landlord and paid top dollar and then some for relocation cost & condemning the entire place instead of evicting each, any & all that holds back rent. Management is really making thing bad for them all. Each tenant should be interviewed individually and legal representation is needed desperately.

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The conditions of this establishment are absolutely horrifying. My heart goes out to the long-term residents; many of which are elderly seniors or disabled. Many of them receive SSI or SSA assistance; which took yet another benefit cut recently. This makes affording legal representation virtually impossible. From bedbugs to the deceased remains of a long term resident whom, upon entering the building and taking a seat in the front lobby (same location as desk clerk cage) to perhaps rest, pas

sed away & remained for over three (3) hours before the proper authorities were called; while everyday business continued, sitting and watches television. As for the continuous and constant outbreaks of bedbug infestation throughout various parts of the building -- Instead of treating the building floor by floor (or entire building all at once), various units are sprayed with chemicals… leaving bedbugs to flee to other units. Perhaps this could explain the unexplained deaths of tenants throughout the building living in these conditions. After leaving in these conditions for so long, three years of failed promises, theses people need to be compensated by the landlord and paid top dollar and then some for relocation cost & condemning the entire place instead of evicting each, any & all that holds back rent. Management is really making thing bad for them all. Each tenant should be interviewed individually and legal representation is needed desperately.

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