American has completed the refurb of their lounge at LAX, and have taken lounge eating to a new level.
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Now firmly elected as my favourite airline lounge, the Qantas First Lounge at LAX is a superb haven of tranquility. Plus the food is super.
I haven’t stayed much at Sheratons for several years – their system tells me I have 233 lifetime nights – but an unexpected stay at LAX gave me a choice when the Concourse turned out to be sold out.
American Airlines installed a train in their terminal at LAX – keep an eye out or you might miss it.
Hyatt now has several properties at LAX – a Hyatt House, a Hyatt Place and the affiliate Concourse Hotel. Soon to return as the Hyatt Regency LAX, it’s clear that work has started. The upper floors are closed with crates of items packed up ready to be refurbished.
The Hilton at LAX often has some decent rates, especially at weekends. A haunt of business people with early flights, travellers sleeping during transfers and groups being assembled before travelling around California, it is a good reliable property. I was there for a night, hopping between the Hilton and the Hyatt affiliated Concourse hotel over…
The old Radisson at LAX has become a Hyatt affiliate hotel and so earns stay credits with Gold Passport, my must have frequent stay scheme. A last minute booking secured both a great rate and a good upgrade to a suite on the top floor. The hotel does a great job at protecting you from aircraft noise and run a good shuttle to and from the airport. Well worth considering if you need a stay in the LAX area.
By MilesFromBlighty. Feeling grubby after a long flight? The Flagship Lounge at American Airlines terminal in LAX has three showers in which to freshen up. Ask on arrival as they get jam packed at certain times.
The end of my journey from Terminal 4 to Terminal 6 through the tunnels of LAX was at the Alaska Airlines Board room in T6. I secured access through my Priority Pass membership, but have the suspicion that an AA Admirals Club membership would also work. After the agent at the entrance swiped the card…
Since the merger of USAirways and American Airlines, flights from LAX have been moved to Terminal 6 – previously occupied by United and still by Alaska. United has moved its flights out and created space for US to use 6 gates for its flights. When US was located in Terminal 3 – you can read…