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6-18-2009 @ 7:52AM
Heh, I reserved a room at the Marriott right next to the Convention Center before I even had my ticket. ;) I did it through the hotel's website, marriottanaheimhotel.com. I could have gotten a non-refundable deal for about $80 a night, but of course there was a good possibility that I would need to cancel the reservation if I couldn't get a ticket, so I went with the more expensive option.I'll be flying in to LAX, what's the cheapest way to get from the airport to the hotel, and vice versa? Does anyone know if that Marriott has a shuttle service?
6-18-2009 @ 10:00AM
Really no hotel in the Anaheim area offers free shuttle service to the airports. Your best option is SuperShuttle, which is $10 one way from SNA and $16 from LAX. Don't even need a reservation for it (only your return trip to the airport requires a reservation).At SNA, just go to the ground transportation area across the front drive of the airport. It's across the middle of the airport on the third island out. The employees wear blue shirts and they use blue vans.At LAX, just go under the ground transportation/hotel shuttles sign and there should be a SuperShuttle employee stationed out there. Just tell him where you need to go and he'll radio a van for you.
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