Nice place, great for the price I paid. Parking was very cheap for the area. Liked the free breakfast, even if I did have to make it myself. Close to the Red Line, which was convenient. There were fridges available for guest use, as long as you labeled your stuff. Freezers, too, which I happily took advantage of to freeze my water bottles.
My room was a dorm-style room, which was actually pretty good. Got to meet a bunch of different people. Everybody kept their stuff together and their area neat, so no problems there. The staff was very nice and helpful, and the hostel had pamphlets and papers with the directions to local places to eat or places of interest.
The place shows its age by its lack of air-conditioning or even ceiling fans, which was horrible as nearly the entire time I was there LA was hot and humid. Thankfully, I was only in the room long enough to sleep.
Most of the bathrooms and showers were small, which made things difficult for someone of my size (about 5'6", 230lb). Larger guest will definitely have difficulties. Towels are $2 if you didn't bring your own, and they don't have washcloths.
Overall, I enjoyed my stay and will likely stay here again next year. There are some drawbacks, but if you're just looking for a decent, cheap place to sleep and keep your stuff, and the most basic amenities, while you're out on the town during the day, like I was, then you won't be disappointed.
Traveller from Fontana, CA