Since last spring Los Angeles Airport has been offering celebrities and the super rich its very own terminal, appropriately named “The Private Suite”.
The new terminal was opened in mid-May 2017 at Los Angeles International Airport. It lies hidden on the far south side of the airport area. Discreet and isolated.
Manicure instead of standing in line
Instead of waiting in line, you will wait in posh private rooms, while the staff ensures you are being checked in, checked by the security authorities, and cleared at the customs. Passengers are provided with room-type suites that feature a bed and a bathroom for their stay. Coiffeurs, manicures, a cloakroom service – just in case you left some of your clothes at home – as well as a generous cuisine that serves sophisticated food and drinks are all part of the unique suits.
Up to eight employees are at each guest’s disposal meeting their individual needs. Special emphasis is placed on privacy so that guests can confidently relax before departing from or after arriving at LAX. The premises, which are separated from the other travelers, are designed to satisfy the high demands of special customer groups, including families, animal lovers and travelers from Middle East.
When it’s time to board, you’ll be taken to the plane in an elegant, gray BMW.
Collaboration with renowned hotel chains
This combination of service and high discretion has obviously been profitable. Following its opening last year, the luxury terminal is expanding its offerings and has announced a series of partnerships with hotel chains such as the prestigious Ritz-Carlton, Four Seasons, Waldorf Astoria and Montage. This allows wealthy guests to enjoy the hotel’s unique hospitality before arriving at actual the hotel: Ritz-Carlton’s plush bathrobes and slippers, elegant Art Deco-inspired accents from Waldorf Astoria and other amenities will await guests in their suites.
The all round luxury handling comes at a price
One-time access to the luxury terminal and its suits costs $2,700 for travelers of up to four people, provided the annual fee of $7,500 has been paid. One-time visits are also available to non-members for $3,500 – $4,000. Those who are willing to share a lounge may already enter for $2.000 per person.
The special packages can also be booked directly in the mentioned hotels.
The service is offered both on departure as well as at arrival.
That’s the way to travel.
More info: The Private Suite.