LAX - Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, United States

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Latoyaa1
2
4 years ago

Best food at each terminal: 1: Pinkberry. 2: La Brea Bakery, Nate 'N Al's Delicatessen. 3: Gladstone's 4 Fish Restaurant. 4: Sammy's Woodfired Pizza, Homeboy Café. 5: Lemonade Restaurant, Skewers by Chef Morimoto. 7: B Grill by BOA Steakhouse and La Brea Bakery.

Latoyaa1
1
4 years ago

Heading to Downtown LA from the airport, there are free shuttles from each terminal to the Green Line light rail station. Go downstairs and transfer to the Blue Line and in minutes you'll be there. Heading to Hollywood, switch to the Red Line, which will take you to Hollywood and Highland.

Latoyaa1
1
4 years ago

Go to the lower level outside the baggage claim area if you need a taxi. They charge $15 minimum fare to leave the airport or $46.50 flat rate to go Downtown. You should add a $4 airport fee to whatever your fare amounts to.

Latoyaa1
1
4 years ago

Renting a car at the airport is more expensive than let's say nearby Santa Monica and other places. The service is pretty slow as well and the discomfort in the buses combined with traffic are not worth it. Just jump on a train and rent a car later Downtown or Hollywood..

Latoyaa1
1
4 years ago

Do not plan to shop for souvenirs inside the airport as they are not very appealing neither is there many options.

Latoyaa1
1
4 years ago

Most inexpensive parking is at Economy Lot C (at 96th St. and Sepulveda Blvd.), $12/day. Hourly parking is free for the first 2 hours, $4/ hour after. Free shuttle to terminals. Park One public parking, adjacent to Terminal 1 is $15.95/day. Valet (uncovered): $21.95. (Discounts for Seniors, AAA members.) Shuttle to terminal.

Latoyaa1
1
4 years ago

There is free wifi and Samsung charging outlets in every terminal.

jinngeechia
1
4 years ago

Want a burger fix at In-And-Out Burger, Westchester? Hop on a Parking Spot Shuttle Bus that head for the Sepulveda garage. It is next to the In-And-Out branch of Westchester. Just walk over and order your "animal style" double-double. Order take-out. Exit the restaurant and sit on the grass patch just across the road and watch the coming in to land at LAX. Got a long lens paired with a camera? Eve...

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davidk
0
4 years ago

Sometimes you have to leave security, get out of the building and then back in to get to your connecting flight.

Latoyaa1
0
4 years ago

Economy Lot C offers the cheapest daily parking at $12/day. Hourly, free for the first 2 hours; $4 each additional hour and free shuttle to terminals. LAX operates Park One public parking, adjacent to Terminal 1. $15.95/day. Valet (uncovered): $21.95. (Discounts for Seniors, AAA members.) Shuttle to terminal.

Latoyaa1
0
4 years ago

If your layover is long, take the Free C shuttle to the bus center and jump on a Santa Monica bus for less than half an hour to enjoy great food, shopping and scenery. It's only $1 each way and if it's peak time, give yourself an extra hour for traveling so you can get back in time.

Latoyaa1
0
4 years ago

Want somewhere to rest before an early morning flight? Courtyard by Marriott is an affordable choice and is walking distance from the terminal. The other hotels are expensive and do not differ much from each other.

Latoyaa1
0
4 years ago

The Flyaway shuttle service from LAX is affordable and accepts credit cards. Fares are $7 to Union Station, $10 to Westwood, $8 to Van Nuys and $6 to La Brea.

Latoyaa1
0
4 years ago

It cost $30 per day to park at one of eight garages across from the terminals, but motorcycles park free inside Central Terminal. Free parking as well for electric vehicles at charging stations on arrival level at parking structures 1 and 6.

jinngeechia
0
4 years ago

A stop over after a trans-Pacific flight from Tokyo, Manila or Hong Kong? A hotel that is near to the In-And-Out branch at Westchester? Stay at either the Radisson Hotel, LAX or Marriott Courtyard LAX. You can walk to the In-And-Out at Westchester easily. Free shuttles serve these two hotels.

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jinngeechia
0
4 years ago

A stopover after a long trans-Pacific flight from Tokyo, Manila or Hong Kong? Need some needed sun? Take the Ocean Express Trolley that serves the cluster of airport hotels starting from Century Boulevard. It brings you to Manhattan Beach. $5 for a return trip ticket which can be bought from any of the hotels' concierge.

The area has lots of fabulous restaurants. You can bike, walk,...

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aristea194
0
4 years ago

Central Terminal Area (CTA)

Nearly 8,000 parking stalls are available in eight parking structures located opposite the roadways from the passenger terminals. Parking is available for extended stays and overnight trips. All vehicles entering the Central Terminal Area are subject to random inspection. All individuals (including persons with disabilities) who pull a parking stub and pa...

aristea194
0
4 years ago

Vertical Clearances
All CTA parking structure entrances are clearly marked with vertical clearances.

aristea194
0
4 years ago

Parking Structures 1, 2A, 3, 4, 6 and 7 have a maximum vehicle height restriction of 8 feet, 2 inches.

aristea194
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4 years ago

Parking Structures 2B and 5 have a maximum vehicle height restriction of 7 feet.

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