Overall, my actual stay at this location was pleasant. The apartment was beautiful and clean. They even left some snacks and water for me which were greatly appreciated. The building was very nice and secure. They accommodated my early check-in request and the property manager was quick to respond to my one question after hours (there was no information about the Wi-Fi password). There was even cable in the unit when the listing said there wasn't. The building was about a 15-20 minute walk from the convention center. As a woman who stayed here by herself, I personally didn't feel comfortable walking around downtown LA at all after dark just due to the overall number of homeless people in the city but it was in a very good location. There were many restaurants and bars a short walk away. Whole Foods was probably 3-4 blocks away.
That being said, there were a few things that made me uncomfortable prior to arrival. I did not receive the address until 45 minutes before I arrived. Even then, I was given an address a half a block away from the actual apartment. The complex was two blocks further away from the convention center than the intersection provided by the host after booking. When I asked for more details on the location, I was deflected saying it was close to the convention center and when I straight out asked for the address about 5 days before my reservation started, I was told I'd be given the name of the person who would meet me 1-2 days before arrival who I would then call 45 minutes before arrival to get the location. The other problem I had was that the photos on this listing are literally another apartment. Yes, the apartment I stayed in was still very nice (granite countertops, etc) but it felt very deceptive to walk into a unit that was different from the pictures.
Overall, I'd recommend staying here so long as you don't have a problem not knowing the location of the unit or what it looks like until you arrive.