There are numerous hotels surrounding LAX. Two of the more prominent neighboring hotels are the Courtyard Los Angeles LAX of nearby El Segundo, featuring its own private bistro, fitness facility, a heated pool, and spacious rooms beginning at $149 per night and the Belamar Hotel, boasting a lavish second story dining facility, contemporary fitness center and stylish, pet-friendly rooms priced around $159 per night.
For a more moderately priced hotel, consider the Radisson hotel at Los Angeles Airport. Conveniently located merely 3 blocks away, the Radisson offers the option to drive your "cheap Los Angeles Airport rental car", and walk the short distance from LAX or take advantage of their complementary airport shuttle service. With its Concorde Lounge, open from 5 am to 7 pm; Palmira Bar and Grill, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner; and room service offered 24 hours a day, the Radisson provides affordable luxury for $89 per night.
Another modestly priced option is the Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles for $85 per night. While it does not have a restaurant onsite, the Holiday Inn Express does offer a complementary hot breakfast buffet. Additionally, the Holiday Inn Express offers business services, such as fax, copy and internet services, as well as executive suites and a fitness and recreation center.
Travelers who seek more economical hotel options may want to consider either the LAX Suites Hotel, with free parking and DSL internet in all rooms for just $55 a night or the Days Inn Los Angeles Lax Airport, where rooms run $59 per night and services include a free shuttle, free Daybreak Breakfast and guest laundry facilities. Some travelers prefer to drive their "cheap Los Angeles Airport rental car" or hail a taxi to a hotel further away from the traffic and chaos of the airport. An ideal solution to this desire is the Four Seasons Los Angeles, which is approximately 9 miles from LAX.
Featuring guests' choices of the Cabana Restaurant or Culina, Modern Italian, as well as the Windows Lounge or private, in-room dining, the Four Seasons Los Angeles is a true indulgence with luxury suites starting at $495 per night. Conversely, the Hotel Bel-Air is about 10 miles away from LAX and offers the renowned Wolfgang Puck restaurant, as well as a club style bar and lounge and a casual lobby lounge. Boasting a serene spa and full fitness studio, a night at the Hotel Bel-Air will cost $515-$760 per night, with suites starting around $950.If the Hotel Bel-Air or Four Seasons are a little pricier than travelers can afford, there are countless hotels 7-15 miles away from LAX where relaxation is a bit more affordable.
The Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel, where rooms start around $199 per night is 11 miles away. With its complementary fitness and business centers, as well as two dining options of the Brasserie and the Lobby Bar, the Sheraton is a pleasant alternative to more extravagant accommodations. Equally notable is the DoubleTree by Hilton Los Angeles - Torrance. Approximately 8 miles from the airport, Hilton's less excessive offering the DoubleTree provides the same quality that has come to be expected from the Hilton name. The benefit to the budget-conscious traveler is that it comes at a fraction of the cost, with rooms as low as $119. With two on-site restaurants and a bar, as well as a fitness center and outdoor pool, guests will be sure to enjoy their stay.
However, patrons may opt to simply drive their "cheap Los Angeles Airport rental car" instead of paying the $26 fee associated with the hotel's shuttle service.Still, some travelers prefer to spend less on hotels and more on other expenses. These more frugal-minded individuals should consider the Hollywood Historic Hotel or Motel 6 Carson. Both of these venues are about 11 miles away from LAX. While there is not a restaurant on the premises of Motel 6 Carson, there is free Wi-Fi and morning coffee, as well as an outdoor pool and business center for about $62 per night. On the other hand, the Hollywood Historic Hotel offers the Nue Studio Cafe and Salon and boasts a view of the Hollywood sign from its rooms.