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ExteriorFreedom From Religion
     37th Annual National Convention ­
Weekend of Oct. 24-25, 2014
Millennium Biltmore Hotel
506 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles CA, 90071-2607
 

By Car

To reach our hotel from Los Angeles International Airport, exit beyond Terminal 7, stay in right lane to Sepulveda Blvd. to 105 Freeway East (Norwalk). Proceed to 110 North (Harbor Freeway). Exit 6th Street, 4 blocks to Olive Street, turn left. 1 block to 5th Street, turn left. 1 block to Grand Avenue, turn left and turn left (2nd driveway) into the hotel. Travel time twenty-five to thirty minutes.

Burbank's Bob Hope Airport (15 miles) is also just twenty to thirty minutes' travel time, located northeast of downtown.

Public Transportation 

The Metro Red Line subway stop is just one block from the hotel, across from Pershing Square at Hill St. The Red Line connects to Union Station, where trains regularly depart for San Diego, Lancaster/Palmdale, Orange County and other destinations. The Flyaway Bus also departs from Union Station to LAX Airport. Other Red Line stops include North Hollywood, Universal Studios and throughout Hollywood. Nearby buses also connect all Los Angeles neighborhoods. Check Metro for schedules.

Shuttle

The Millennium Biltmore Hotel is 18 miles from LAX. Also known as the Downtown Biltmore. 

You can book your shuttle online today here: 
Super Shuttle - Shared ride or a private car. 
http://www.supershuttle.com
800-258-3826
Around $17 per person

Taxi

Taxis can be found curbside on the Lower/Arrival Level islands in front of each terminal under the yellow sign indicating Taxis. Passengers will be presented with a ticket stating typical fares to major destinations. Only authorized taxis with an official seal issued by City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation on each vehicle are permitted in the airport. It is illegal for any transportation services to solicit fares, and travelers using such services do so at their own risk.

Taxis normally cost between $50-$60 with a $10 tip.

United Independent Taxi
(323) 653-5050 or
(310) 821-1000 or
(800) 822-8294
Areas served:
B, C, D and LAX

United Taxi of San Fernando Valley
(818) 222-0000 or
(818) 780-1234 or
(800) 290-5600
Areas served:
A and LAX

Yellow Cab
website 
(310 or 213) 808-1000 or
(800) 200-1085 or
(877) 733-3305 
Areas served:
B, C, D and LAX

Additional taxi services can be found here

Rental Cars

Approximately 40 rental car companies operate out of LAX, with vehicle rental sites located off the airport. Many of these rental car companies provide phone links inside or near the baggage claim areas on the Lower/Arrival Level of the terminals so travelers can request a free shuttle pick up to reach the rental car sites.

The following rental car companies are permitted to pick-up and drop-off their customers at the airline terminals using courtesy shuttles:

Advantage www.advantage.com 
Alamo www.alamo.com 
Avis www.avis.com 
Budget www.budget.com 
Dollar www.dollar.com 
Enterprise www.enterprise.com 
Hertz www.hertz.com 
Fox www.foxrentacar.com 
Payless www.paylesscarrental.com 
National www.nationalcar.com 
Thrifty www.thrifty.com 
These companies are allowed to meet arriving customers under the purple sign "Rental Car Shuttles" on the Lower/Arrivals Level islands outside baggage claim.

Customers of other rental car companies can arrange for pick-up by contacting their company using free phones attached to the interactive Visitors Information Centers (VICs), located in baggage claim areas of each terminal the VICs lists these companies’ contacts.

These customers will use the free LAX Shuttle Airline Connection Bus “Lot C” to reach the Off-Airport Rental Car Terminal to meet their rental car courtesy shuttle. Customers can board the free shuttle buses on the Lower/Arrivals Level islands under the blue sign.

Click on map for more information. 

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