Best Western Airport Plaza Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Airport Plaza Inn Inglewood
We needed somewhere to rest for the day and found the hotel clean, quiet and extremely comfy, plus the room rate was very reasonable especially as we hadn't made a reservation but called on arrival at LAX. We were even given breakfast when we arrived - brilliant. They also offer a shuttle bus from and to the airport which is complimentary. Staff were really friendly and helpful - can recommend
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