Embassy Suites Hotel Los Angeles International Airport South
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Historical Traveler Reviews Embassy Suites Hotel Los Angeles International Airport South El Segundo
Lobby area is beautiful and well maintained. Cannot say the same for the room. Carpet and furniture is old and outdated. Bathroom is too small and needs upgrading. Bed way too soft and not comfortable. A/C unit way too noisy for good night sleep. Good snacks for happy hour and food very good with the complimentary breakfast. Don't know if I would stay there again.
embassy suites LAX for 5 nights in April 2005. Two adults and four children. The hotel is located right across from the airport runway but it is not too noisy and my 3 year old son was over the moon at being able to see the aircraft taking off and landing. The room was lovely and very clean, the maid came in every day and did an exellent job. The free cooked to order breakfast was great and the free drinks ok, all the staff were friendly and willing to help if asked. Paid for parking first night but you can park on the street outside, watch for parking restrictions on certain days for street cleaning as we saw some people getting tickets. As the suites have two rooms they are idea for families, kids loved the indoor pool.
No complaints at all, nice clean hotel, no problems, we found that we could visit lots of places in LA from here, booked we expedia who are great, will stay here again if we go to LAX.
Stayed overnight prior to early flight. Free airport hotel shuttle was fine. The lobby is full of plants and fish ponds and 2-story high ceiling, quite a nice environment. The room was great, beds fine, a full bath and an additional vanity sink in the bedroom area. Plenty of space to put your stuff. The windows do open if you want some fresh air but you will hear the airport with them open...with them closed it's quiet (and I cannot sleep with any noise.) We were unable to adjust the thermostat and felt it was warmer than we liked in the room for sleeping. It appeared to be adjustable but nothing happened. We had dinner in the hotel restaurant and it was very good, attentive service and nice atmosphere overlooking the hotel's interior courtyard. Since we had to leave too early the next morning to enjoy the complimentary breakfast, we saved our dinner rolls and the waiter gave us some extra butter to take up to the suite. The kitchenette had plates, utensils, glasses so we were all set for breakfast in the room. I would certainly stay here again. This place was perfect for our needs...we planned to go nowhere and had everything we needed right there, including good food! Although we had a free night through HiltonHonors, the price we would have paid was in the $100 range, quite reasonable for such a high quality LAX hotel.
UK Family short stay
If you have a family of kids the Embassy Suites anywhere provide an excellent solution as two rooms means two TV's and space.
If you are staying at this Hotel don't let the staff tell you that there are no tours that call in at the Hotel, LA Tours picked us up for no extra cost for a trip to Universal Studios, they also gave us a free Holywood site seeing trip.
Also we were not made aware that the metro offers 3 dollar all day tickets to roam the LA system.
We also stayed at the Embassy Suites in San Diego which was a far superior hotel and much newer.
However taking into account the free breakfasts and 2 hours of complimentary drinks any Embassy Suite hotel is a real bargain for travelers with kids. As a result, in the future, we will always try to stay at an all suite hotel embassy if possible
This is really a great hotel.....it is pricey, but for LAX its not bad. Great hotel with nice and clean rooms. The TV was a little smaller than I like, but suitable. Breakfast and the open bar in the evenings were very nice....nice staff as well. All around great place to stay!
Loved Embassy Suites, LAX South
Due to overbooked flight situations during Thanksgiving weekend, stayed overnight in Los Angeles, airport area. The Embassy Suites south has a welcoming hacienda type ambience with arched doorways, yet has chandeliers, and a lounge that serves a delicious roasted garlic chicken pizza, even after 11 p.m. The bartender was friendly. Part of Hilton Honors system.
The room had a king size bed, was spacious, clean and safe(important to a single female travelling alone.) Upon arrival, I got 2 bottles of complimentary water when I checked in in a cute plastic tote. The next morning there was a copy of USA Today at my room's doorstep.
The cooked to order breakfast which begins at 6 a.m. was tasty, hot and you can watch the early morning news on 2 screens...in a delightful garden courtyard. Such a beautiful setting, and made me feel homey, comfortable and catered too. Cooks were so friendly and full of smiles. It was a deluxe breakfast - mmm...bacon cooked up just to the right crispiness, plus eggs, pancakes, french toast made as you order, hash browns, fresh watermelon slices, hard boiled eggs, pastries, so much...but had to keep it simple cuz had to catch the 7 a.m. shuttle back to the airport. Their shuttles go on the 1/2 hour and hour to the airport.
Very nice hotel, beautiful inside. Nice very large suite, great breakfast! Looked and smelled very clean. I would definetly stay here again!!
This is a beautiful hotel, inside and out! Gorgeous Southwestern decor. Lovely grillwork railings around each floor all the way up the atrium. Spacious rooms. French country furnishings. Foam pillows. Bar with fridge. GREAT breakfast in the morning, cooked to order. You take your tray and wait in a line that moves along quickly -- French toast, hashbrowns, pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, toast, etc. Excellent. Parking is $15, but the rates at the hotel are reasonable, so it comes out in the wash. Turn right out of the parking garage to get to the airport, and don't miss the left turn at the first light. Get to LAX 2.5 hours before your flight. And the lines on the sidewalk at LAX are for baggage screening -- go inside first to check in.
Great weekend rates for wonderful hotel
we recently stayed a night after a cruise at this hotel. Had prompt pick up from LAX by shuttle. Check in was very efficient. Had a nice room on 4th level..only detrack was the sliding door was frosted and said only to be opened in emergencies. Had king size bed in the main room, ample storage space, a TV in cabinet with bath adjoining. In living area there was a sofa bed along with a nice size chair..large TV in the corner as well as a round table and chairs. Kitchen had a small refrigerator and microwave, limited dishes available. Indoor pool and jacuzzi area on 1st floor was very nice. We enjoyed the evening cocktail reception 5:30-7:30, great lobby area, they have an italian restaurant there with room service also available. Bit pricey but we did order a pretty tasty pizza for our son's dinner. Breakfast is served in a nice atrium area surrounded by several ponds with large fish swimming in them. The line for made to order breakfast food gets longer as the morning progresses so get there early if you don't like to wait. This was a great hotel for a 1 night stay before our flight home from LAX. Shuttle dropped us at the terminal..leaves from hotel every 30 min.
Good choice for LAX airport business travelers
I stayed at this hotel for three nights in early December 2003. I had a pleasant stay. The property is located immediately south of the LAX airfield - easy to get to from the terminal. I arrived at 1:30 a.m. and their 24-hour shuttle service came out swiftly to pick me up after I called. The hot made-to-order breakfast was excellent and the manager's reception was good, too. The room was clean, quiet, and comfortable.
The only downside is that there are no restaurants within walking distance of the hotel. But then again, this is Southern California and you need a car just based on general principles. If you have business in the vicinity of LAX and are looking for a good and reasonable place to stay, this is the place!
TripAdvisor Reviews Embassy Suites Hotel Los Angeles International Airport South El Segundo
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