Motel De Ville

1123 West Seventh Street, Los Angeles, California, 90017, United States
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Free shuttle bus

by jfekelly

Where do I catch the free shuttle bus at the airport to the Marriott?

Re: Free shuttle bus

by jerry786

Wouldn't it be a good idea to contact the hotel?

Re: Free shuttle bus

by jerry786

Wouldn't it be a good idea to contact the hotel?

Re: Free shuttle bus

by Jamesr3939

Just walk out to the curb and look for the sign that says hotel shuttle stop.

Re: Free shuttle bus

by Odinnthor

No worries. You really can't miss it. All the LAX hotel shuttles run in the same lanes, so you will see right away where your shuttle will stop. The hotel shuttles run continually in a relative circle and back. Yours will come along in a few minutes.

Re: Free shuttle bus

by Jamesr3939

A few minutes!!!

If you see it pulling away before you get there it can be 20-30 minutes before it will be back. We were at the Hilton not to long ago and waited at least that long for it to come back. Many of the hotels have consolidated shuttles so the don't just go to your hotel and back, but can make 5-6 stops before they get to you or drop you off.

Also, if you are at the end of the terminals they might pass you up as not having enough room. The lower number terminal the better. We got on at T-3 and by T-4 he was telling people to wait for the next one as there was no room.

If it is late, you are tired, there is a lot of people standing at the curb I would grab a taxi. It will be $10 well spent.

Re: Free shuttle bus

by Odinnthor

Hard to argue with that.

One thing tough, - the taxis have a set fee of $20.00 for the short ride to LAX hotels. The reason is that a driver will have to wait in a line for a fairly sustantial time. The issue came to head when they started loosing to many drivers and it was determined that the drivers did not want to work the airport, if they had to take the fare for only a few bucks, and then have to wait in line again.

Travel Tips for Los Angeles

LAX

by goingsolo

Of the 5 airports in the Los Angeles area, LAX is the largest and most well known. This airport serves almost all major airlines and is about a half hour from downtown.

LAX is well laid out and easy to navigate, but its huge and congested. Lines are usually long and traffic outside the airport is a nightmare. I was so surprised by the gridlock and horn blaring angry drivers that for a moment I thought I'd mistakenly arrived in La Guardia. But then again, the normally laid back Californians become a menace when they get behind the wheel, so I suppose its not that surprising. So be careful when you exit the airport and make sure you have a plan for getting from the airport to your next destination. Again, this is not too hard to do as all airport hotels have shuttle service, all car rental companies are available and there are taxicabs aplenty.

Los Angeles Tip

by rmiya84778

On Sunday, March 18, 2001, my fiance from Jakarta, Indonesia and I (San Jose, California) traveled by car to visit her friends from Indonesia. They now live in Cerritos which is city in LA area. They were are hosts on this day and introduced us to LA's best way to travel ---LA METRO.
TRANSIST! We started our day by taking the green line from 605/1-105 station. This is the starting point on the green line from the east. We parked
in the parking lot, bought our tickets and got on board the train from this station. Our destination was Universal Studios. To get there from this location, we had to transfer twice so we used all three lines this day.
(green, then blue, then red-see map)
It was my fiance's first visit ever to Los Angeles and quite an experiance for her! What I mean by this is first time ever in LA, first time ever to ride transist system in California and first time ever to experiance life and cultures in LA. We would also go to Hollywood Mann Theature (where movie stars footprints are on display on conrete) and Chinatown. To do this took us about 7 hours time.

Visit Bevery Hill. Due our low...

by Kinho

Visit Bevery Hill. Due our low budget we have passed by the huge houses of very rich people by bus. I am sure that was not the best way to get to know Bevery Hill, if you have a chance (I mean money) the best way to get around there would be by car (a cabriolet of course) and a map of the stars home. You can buy this map in everywhere, but (again) it is quite expensive for such a stupid map (USD$8.00).
Privet Drive is not that thing we had expected, but it still beatifull and very rich street, with very expensive shops of famous brands.

Proud Bird restaurant

by Waalewiener

This restaurant ..Proud Bird is famous in aviation circles for displaying such great historic planes .The location of the restaurant is very near the LAX airport . .
The adress of this restaurant is
Proud Bird Restaurant.
11022 Aviation Blvd .Los Angeles .CA .90045 Another historic airplane

Tipping

by raraavis

There's usually a lot of grumblings from foreigners on service tipping, particularly in restaurants. Regardless of whether your agree with the custom, it's customary to tip. Furthermore, wait staff wages are suppressed to begin with, so tipping contributes to their actual income.

It's customary to tip between 15% to 20%. I usually look at the tax (written on the bill) and just double it. No complicated calculation, particularly after some wine.

If you feel the service is lackluster, take away a few bucks. If you feel the service was superb, tip a little more. If it is horrible, no tip at all.

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