Radisson Hotel At Los Angeles Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

6225 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles, California, 90045, United States

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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
12%
156
Very Good
32%
399
Average
29%
356
Poor
13%
166
Terrible
11%
145

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  • Families45
  • Couples53
  • Solo60
  • Business50
  • Very nice overnight accommodations

    by

    Stayed at this hotel June 2008. We were very pleased. It is within a mile of the airport but very quiet. We were able to return the rental car the night before our 6am flight and someone from the rental car place drove us back to the hotel. Next morning (4AM) got the 24 hour shuttle at the hotel - very convenient!
    The rooms must have been recently redone because everything seemed pretty new. Bathrooms were clean and fresh smelling. Restaurant was very inviting with very good food too. Everyone we came in contact with at the hotel was very accommodating. We would definately stay here again.

    Directions: Just outside the LAX.

  • Worst Hotel in America

    by

    This is the dirtiest, most run-down, neglected national chain hotel I have stayed in, in years!
    The management team is completely disconnected if not incompetent, based upon the lack of customer service or trained personnel in every department. The front desk has new assistant managers who are completely untrained. Room Service never delivered the correct meal out of 4 different meal orders in two days! Carpets are coming up from the floor in public hallways, bleach stains are in my room. The light switch covers are brown from being rusted out. The On Command television service is out so no movies of any kind. The regular television has only 8 stations, so there is practically nothing to watch in the room. There are no yellow pages available in the rooms because "we are under new ownership and they have not delivered new yellow pages to us in 3 months." The place is filthy, rundown, horribly managed, and the staff, practically all of them, cannot even speak English. There are two saving graces to the entire place and they are Mytzia (concierge) and Raul (doorman). Management is literally non-existent throughout the stay, and the "supervisors" that they put on the phone when you ask to speak to someone are barely capable of holding an effective conversation with you. The Coca-Cola vending machines don't even work on 10, 9 and 8th floors. The one that did work, gave out Sprite when I pressed Dr. Pepper.

    Worst hotel in America, by far!

    Unique Quality: Checking out is phenomenal, to get out of this horrible hotel.
    Mytzia (concierge) and Raul (doorman) are spectacular.

    Directions: Century Blvd next to LAX Airport

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    Enjoy a night in gridlock

    by

    So, you're traveling and have one of those unforeseen airline hiccups that force you to stay an extra night in L.A.? I did and my brief stay at the Radisson was made quite enjoyable. The staff was very friendly and prompt, the room was spacious, and the food was excellent- all of this in an airport hotel.

    Unique Quality: I especially loved the Rooftop lounge, I had a martini with good bar conversation as we watched planes land off of the Pacific! This hotel also has a convenient Terminal shuttle that departs about every 15 minutes.

    Directions: To the Right of the large LAX sign

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    More Priceline near the airport

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    2nd stay October 2006

    The area around LAX would not be my first choice for a location when visiting Los Angeles, however, since we were visiting my Grandma in nearby Inglewood, this was the most convenient location for that. If I were visiting on my own, I would stay further north, perhaps in Beverly Hills.

    For both stays, in March 2006 and October 2006, I bid on Priceline, for a 3* at LAX, and got the Radisson LAX for $55 per night plus taxes in October 2006. The Radisson is the closest hotel to LAX although there are many other options in the area that are almost as convenient. They run a free shuttle to/from the airport.

    The check in process was quick on our October 2006 visit, the only service glitch was the alarm clock that went off at 4 am (when am I going to remember to check those?)

    Unique Quality: Room-the room was spacious and clean, the beds reasonably comfortable and the rooms appeared to be updated since our 2005 visit with warmer colors and updated bathrooms. I requested two double beds ahead of time since I was staying with my dad and they accomodated my request. There was a TV with a very limited number of stations, iron and ironing board. No in-room safe or refrigerator (you could rent one for $10 per day).

    Bathroom-shower was fine although it took a bit of work to get the hot water on, toiletries included shampoo, conditioner, lotion and soap. There was a hair dryer and coffee maker in the bathroom.

    There was an outdoor pool (too cold to use it) and a small health club that was located outside the building that had treadmills, a stationary bike, ski machine and some weight equipment. There are a couple of bars, a casual restaurant and a nicer restaurant.

    Parking, as with most of the LAX hotels, is an extra $13 per day with in and out privileges.

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Web Resources

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OFFICIAL WEBSITES:

LOS ANGELES:
Four Points By Sheraton LAX: www.sheraton.com
New Otani Hotel & Garden: www.newotani.com/
Radisson LAX: www.radisson.com
Westin Bonaventure: www.westin.com

SAN DIEGO:
San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina: www.marriotthotels.com/SANDT/

SAN FRANCISCO:
Grand Hyatt: www.hyatt.com/
Nikko: www.nikkohotels.com/americas/sanfran.html

You must experience the Radisson at Los Angeles Airport

by A TripAdvisor Member

I would just like to thank the people at the Radisson Hotel in Los Angeles. We had our family reunion there on July 13 - July 19 and the staff was very professional. Housekeeping, Front Desk personnel and especially Mrs. Nancy Ruffner, who is the Director , Specialty Market Sales. Mrs. Ruffner was my initial contact person and she was just wonderful about making the arrangements and keeping in touch with me from the day we started discussing our trip, when we were there as well as sending a thank you card after we returned home. I just wanted to be the first to recommend the Radisson LAX for your stay of all stays. We will be going back in 2006 and the Radisson will be our choice for our reunion hotel. Again I just want to let everyone know a wonderful place to stay when in the Los Angeles area should be the Radisson LAX.

Nice surprise the Radisson

by A TripAdvisor Member

After reading many negative reviews, I was a bit worried in reserving this hotel for my first night in California. However, I had a late flight, so I preferred staying in an airoport hotel rather than going into town at that time. Our choice proved to be successful: the hotel is very nice, the rooms are spacious and clean. The distance form the main LA attractions is about 20 minutes and I think that for any hotel in LA at a reasonable price, the time to reach Beverly Hills, Hollywood or the beaches would be the same, if not more. The only negative aspects are the attititude of the Front Desk staff (but honestly I don't care as long as I do not have problems with my room) and the air conditioning, which is definitely too cold in the public areas. This is somthing the US hotels should consider, especially for the European travellers: it is not nice having to wear heavy clothes in August!

Faultless Staff and Great Location

by A TripAdvisor Member

Airport hotels are often non-events. Not so this one. Location couldn't be better - just a short hop from LAX. The staff were so obliging and welcoming they made my short stay all the more comfortable. They were faultless. Rooms were well appointed and the hotel facilities ideal for a short stop-over. It provided me with a most pleasant stop-over on my way home to Sydney. I've stayed in other hotels in the area, but would recommend this one for value, service and comfort.

Welcome to a Lovely Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member borada16

Booked the Raddison as it was close to LAX and after a long 15 hour flight didnt want to have to go miles away.
The Radisson is a beautiful Hotel, tastefully decorated and the rooms are lovely, comfortable and exceptionally clean.
Even though its very close to the airport, there is very little aircraft noise and we loved watching the planes land and take off from our window.
The pool was an oasis and the video clip on the Radisson site dosent do it justice, its clean with plenty of towels, a lovely temperature and the Hot tub was brilliant.
We ate in the restaurant which i would say was the only mild negative point, the waiters being a bit patronising. Far better is the Penthouse lounge with spectacular views, comfy and light bites to eat. We stayed for four days and then again for one night before we left, i wish i was there now!

Excellent for a great price

by TripAdvisor Member tacman

My job frequently takes me to L.A. for work, and I have stayed at the Radisson approximately 6 times in the past year. This hotel really offers more than your typical Radisson. The rooms are relatively new with nice furniture. Most are large. Be sure to request a non-smoking room. I was stuck in a smoking room once and it was not as new or nice as the non-smoking rooms. Despite the amazing view of LAX's runway, the noise is not noticeable. The shuttle service to LAX is very convenient. I highly recommend this hotel to anyone travelling to or through LAX.

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family holiday 3 weeks ,5 nights in vegas,AA THE WAY FROM SCOTLAND

by bernadette695

hi from Bonnie Scotland my family are coming to LA in April for 3 weeks staying 11 nights at Radisson LAX ,good eating places round about 3 children 13, 11 , 5,Bargain places to shop Downtown ect, How far to disneyland from where we are staying best route and best time of day to travel.Are children allowed into bars at night, things locally for us to do at night that wont break the bank any suggestions , How warm is it in April will we need woolens .

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Much Love B xxx

Re: family holiday 3 weeks ,5 nights in vegas,AA THE WAY FROM SCOTLAND

by spartan

Hi Bernadette,

Yikes...lots of questions. Suggest that you also e-mail some VT'ers in the area for additional details (e.g., giampiero6, Yubert, jenn_d).

There's not much nightlife in the area of the airport, so would suggest that you get a rental car. Please note that traffic is a nightmare in L.A., but timing is everything. Go to the Manhattan Beach area for shops, the beach and nice restaurants.

Of course Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm and Universal Studios are nice things to take the kids to. Not sure of the baseball season will have started by the time you arrive, but the Angels and Dodgers are in the area as well as the Lakers in basketball. These are just some of the many things to do.

Sincerely,

Spartan
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Re: family holiday 3 weeks ,5 nights in vegas,AA THE WAY FROM SCOTLAND

by chaistarr

no need for woolens! do bring one jacket- in case of rain! As far as I know, kids aren't allowed in bars, but I can be wrong. DO NOT travel rush hours (6am-8am) or (430pm-7pm) as traffic can be horendous. I sugest visitng the beach, the mountains, desert (theres a natural oasis in Palm Springs) and things outide the city, to see things not every tourist sees. check www.weather.com for L.A. temps ( it will give you averages for each month)

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Address: 6225 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles, California, 90045, United States