Hotel Surplus Outlet: Blow Out Furniture and Accessories Sale Through Memorial Day Weekend

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The 30,000 foot warehouse houses over 6000 pieces of merchandise. Special sale items include night stands, side tables and coffee tables starting at $10; desks start at $20, bedroom chests priced at $50 and sofa sleepers starting at $100. Photo: Karen Young

We first wrote about  Hotel Surplus Outlet in March, 2010— and it’s remained one of our favorite “finds” ever since.

Now it’s time for an update because the company recently moved to a new location in Van Nuys — a renovated mid-modern aerospace building—doubling its warehouse size to 30,000 square feet, housing over 6000 pieces of new furnishings, as well as gently used merchandise from five star hotels.  Interior designers and set decorators can be found shopping alongside the average consumer.

There’s always super deals at Hotel Surplus Outlet, but  through Memorial Day Weekend, they are blowing out merchandise with a giant parking lot and warehouse clearance sale with items at a 50%-90% savings off their already incredibly discounted prices.

Owner Don Fenning. Photo: Karen Young

Owner Don Fenning opened the business in 1998 primarily selling gently used furnishings from luxury hotels, including The Peninsula Beverly Hills,  Regent Beverly Wilshire, Four Seasons, The Lodge at Pebble Beach, Shutters.  He’s still selling the hotel goods, but in addition he carries brand new pieces from overstock and liquidations—plus, he works with over 25 wholesale manufacturers for new orders.

This large credenza with drawers and shelves inside is $200. Photo: Karen Young

Whether you’re looking for couches, tables, desks, chairs, lamps, chandeliers, bric-a-brac, and even drapes,  there’s a good chance you’ll find it here.  And if you can’t, just ask. They will try to order it for you—at a great discount of course.

Special sale items include night stands, side tables and coffee tables starting at $10; desks start at $20, bedroom chests priced at $50 and sofa sleepers starting at $100.

Lingerie dresser. Photo: Karen Young

Other highlighted pieces include a large modern credenza from an upscale boutique West Hollywood hotel ($200),  Drexel armoire cabinets ($199), hotel lounge chairs ($50),  decorator lamps by Shine ($100), lamp shades ($25), rustic-style wood media cabinets  ($100), convertible sofas ($100),  wood coffee tables ($50),  top grain leather sofa and love seat set($1000).

These lamps sold at Neiman Marcus for $700-$900. They're $200-$300 at Hotel Surplus. Photo: Karen Young

There’s also a selection of upscale items that catch you by surprise — Moroccan inspired chandeliers originally sold at Neiman Marcus for $700-$900 are $200-$300 here;  modern boxes and mirrored trays are $29.95-$39.95.

“In today’s challenged economy we’ve been able to to find a wide array of great and varied new furnishings at cut rate pricing,” said Fenning.  “The inventory is ever changing. If there are numerous fine hotel projects ongoing , the mix might be slanted towards the hotel liquidation goods.  When better hotel goods are harder to find, we find deals on new goods and closeout buys.”

Find basic to mod styling at enormous discounts. Photo: Karen Young

Hotel Surplus Outlet 16625 Saticoy Street  Van Nuys,  CA 91406 (818) 787-7807

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  • Charles Nelson

    This was a really cool website about hotel surplus! I need to come here a little more often. Thanks for the great info guys!

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