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Marriott Bonvoy hotels in Los Angeles Airport (LAX), CA

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Old Nov 24, 14, 10:17 am
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Originally Posted by FlyinHawaiian View Post
The CY in El Segundo is perfectly fine; I'd probably pick that just for how close it is to LAX.
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Old Nov 24, 14, 12:24 pm
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Originally Posted by beachfan View Post
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Stayed at the CY El Segundo several times and it is a good choice. Been upgraded to a suite every time as well.
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Old Jun 17, 15, 1:04 pm
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LAX Marriott or LAX Renaissance

Booking a 1 night stay at either the LAX Marriott or LAX Renaissance, price is identical. Curious which property would be better for a stay in a basic room, 1 king. Will be spending all Check in day, and check out day (as late as possible), as my flight leaves LAX at 11PM.

Will want to make use of facilities, lounge, breakfast and pool. I have gold status and am hoping for late check out.

Any experience with the two properties, which would you stay to make use of a full 24 hour stay at one of these properties?
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Old Jun 17, 15, 3:01 pm
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C'mon, you have to at least try to search before you post...

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/marri...ar-lax-51.html

And also...

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/marri...rport-lax.html

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/marri...-opinions.html
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Old Jun 17, 15, 3:28 pm
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I've stayed at both many times over the past few years. Renaissance all day long. Lounge is pretty good as is the restaurant and bar.

The Marriott is a bit dated and I'm not a fan of the restaurant there.
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Old Jun 17, 15, 10:10 pm
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Have stayed in both...

The Marriott has a very nice pool.

When we stayed at the Renaissance a couple of months ago, the small pool was closed for renovations. They did allow us to walk down to the Marriott and use theirs, which was nice, but not very convenient.
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Old Jun 18, 15, 6:56 am
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Anyone else find it ironic that Dayone has "never fail to be polite" as part of their signature yet dogs the OP for starting a redundant thread?
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Old Jun 18, 15, 8:00 am
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dayone was not snarky & actually provided links for the OP to peruse, unlike one of our other FTers who would have rained holy h*ll upon the OP for starting a redundant thread & not provided any info.

FWIW - I reported the OP's OP as a bad post when it got posted (not because it was bad, but because it was redundant) & suggested it be merged w/ one of the existing threads. If the OP had said hey I did a search & nothing came up or I have a question that wasn't covered in one of the existing threads that would be one thing, but s/he appears to have just tossed out the question w/o checking other threads. It won't be the first time or the last time, but trying search first on a generic topic sometimes yields results & doesn't necessitate FTers answering a question that's been asked many times.

And to answer the OP's question - Renaissance.

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Old Jun 18, 15, 8:27 am
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Originally Posted by RDB68 View Post
Anyone else find it ironic that Dayone has "never fail to be polite" as part of their signature yet dogs the OP for starting a redundant thread?
It's unfortunate that you failed to see the bit of humor in my subtle nudge to follow the rules that we all agreed to when we joined FT.

This "Which hotel in a popular city?" question come up frequently. Also, the OP has been a member for almost two years with 160 posts, so my guess was s/he'd be OK with the reminder.
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Old Jun 18, 15, 1:04 pm
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Renaissance and its not even close IMO
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Old Jun 18, 15, 7:03 pm
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I have stayed at both of these. The Renaissance is the nicer place to stay.
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Old Jun 18, 15, 9:49 pm
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Renaissance FTW.
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Old Jun 19, 15, 6:10 am
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Ren 100%

If you're into plane spotting ask for a room with good runway view. Heavies literally float by.
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Old Jun 19, 15, 11:37 am
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Renaissance - no question
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Old Jun 19, 15, 12:42 pm
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Agree with everyone else. Ren all the way.
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