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    Los Angeles International (LAX): 1 World Way, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Los Angeles AirportWelcome to Los Angeles International Airport, more popularly known as LAX. Here at Airport Hotel Guide, we offer discounted rates on over 40 airport hotels near LAX Airport. Included in these hotels are five-star LAX Airport hotels such as the Radisson Los Angeles Airport Hotel, and the Crowne Plaza Los Angeles International Airport. We also offer transportation information, as well as great deals on LAX rental cars and parking / hotel packages at Los Angeles International Airport. Regardless of what you need, we can help you find Los Angeles airport hotels that suit your needs. Thank you for choosing Airport Hotel Guide.

Where To Stay

    • Holiday Inn LAX

      1 mile from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

      If you're looking for affordable LAX Airport hotels and a central location in Los Angeles, you've found the right hotel. The Holiday Inn LAX has a perfect location within minutes of the Los Angeles International Airport. The hotel offers a complimentary shuttle and a business center to accommodate most business travelers.
    • Candlewood Suites LAX

      3 miles from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

      This Candlewood Suites LAX is very popular and has received rave reviews from past guests. The staff is friendly and helpful, always available to assist you with your needs. You will also love the amenities like fitness center, business services, BBQ grills, and free high-speed Internet. Experience Los Angeles in comfort by staying in a Candlewood Suites. Book this and other hotels near LAX Airport online.

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About Los Angeles International Airport

Los Angeles International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world, serving about 60 million passengers each year. In fact, it's the go-to hub for more than two-thirds of all visitors traveling to Southern California. It's made up of nine terminals, each built in a different era with its own unique architectural style. It's an expansive site, and walking from one terminal to the next can take more than 10 minutes. Those who prefer not to walk can take advantage of the free shuttle bus that makes a circle around the facility. Keep in mind that this airport is generally quite crowded at all times of the day, so visitors should leave ample time for flight check-in.

After arriving in the City of Angels, guests can head over to Los Angeles International Airport hotels to unpack for the stay and unwind before exploring the city. For example, the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza are only a short walk from the hub. Another great option is Candlewood Suites, which has been renowned by past guests for its friendly staff and wide array of amenities - you'll benefit from the barbecue area, fitness center, free high-speed Internet and business services available here.

Collage of LAX Airport and Los Angeles

Welcome to Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a massive city laid out on 467 square miles laid out along the Pacific Ocean. Its natural scenery is one of its biggest draws - the bustling metropolis is enveloped by lush valleys and forests, pristine beaches, mountain ranges and the expansive Mojave Desert. It's made up of several counties, including Orange, San Bernardino and the city's namesake county, as well as a handful of districts. The Hollywood district is the beating heart of the destination, where you'll find historic studios, the sets of famous movies and plenty of movie stars. The downtown central business district is also a nightlife-lover's playground, containing the Grand Avenue cultural corridor, ritzy restaurants, chic bars and trendy entertainment venues.

The Los Angeles metro area is among the most populous in the country, with more than 17 million residents, and visitors can become overwhelmed by the large crowds and fast-pace character of the metropolis. But it's a very diverse city that's welcoming to people of all lifestyles, and the thriving tourism industry makes it an amiable destination for visitors. Travelers should keep in mind that public transportation is generally not an option for getting to many places in Los Angeles - the bus and rail system is largely considered inadequate, and most use cars to get around.

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Things to Do in Los Angeles

A view of Hollywood signGuests at Los Angeles International Airport hotels have a wide variety of cultural and historical attractions at their fingertips. Visitors may want to start their tour of the City of Angels by hitting the top sites, such as the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Venice Boardwalk and the Getty Center. Fine art fans will enjoy a trip to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, which contains an impressive collection of works that span several centuries. You'll come across everything from ancient Chinese ceramics to paintings by Rembrandt, Magritte, Cezanne and other masters.

Hollywood is also a highlight of many tourists' travel itineraries. Take a stroll along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, catch a show at Grauman's Chinese Theater and visit the tombstones of some of the industry's biggest stars at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Be sure to stop by the Hollywood Museum to discover old artifacts from the cinema history - it contains vintage posters, intriguing props and even the original jail cell of Hannibal Lecter.