Welcome to Los Angeles Intl Airport Hotel Network. We look forward to welcoming you to Los Angeles, California. You will find many different hotels around Los Angeles Airport. All of our Los Angeles Airport Hotels have been inspected and rated by AAA and Mobil Travel Guides, the experts in rating Los Angeles Hotels.
On July 25, 1928, the City Council chose Mines Field as the location for the City's airport, and when the lease was executed in October 1928, the forerunner of Los Angeles International Airport was born.
Click here to get detailed listings of airport hotels located at Los Angeles Airport. Make Reservations securely online and receive instant confirmation.Getting to Los Angeles Airport
The airport is easily accessible from a number of Interstates.Los Angeles Airport Rental Cars
All rental car companies operate from the airport. View parking options for long and short term.Los Angeles Airport Transportation
Offering information on shuttle, taxis, rail connections and other options to get to your destination.Airport Information
Find all kinds of information about Los Angeles Airport.
The Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the primary airport serving the Greater Los Angeles area. It sees an average of 61 million passengers a year and is the sixth busiest airport in the world. With more than 1,000 weekly nonstop flights to 58 cities in 32 countries and 600 daily flights to 91 domestic cities, this on-the-go airport is as dynamic as the city it serves. If you are planning a trip to LA in the near future, be sure not to overlook the airport as a mere stopping-through point. The airport recently embarked on a 1.5-billion dollar project to renovate the gates, concourses, retail and food shops in order to reflect Los Angeles’ unique flavor. Please see below for detailed information on what to do when you arrive into the airport and how to prepare for your departure when your vacation does come to an end.
Flying in to LAX:
After arriving in LAX, there will be signs directing you to the baggage claim area. The ground transportation is directly outside of baggage claim, and ground transportation options range from rental cars, taxis, shuttle vans, public buses, the Metro Rail, the FlyAway Bus, and more.