Last May, we waxed poetic about LAX’s bougie private terminal for A-listers—and we mean bougie: think suites with daybeds, private staff, complimentary massages, and door-to-door BMW service right to the tarmac. While this members-only perk will set you back $2,700 for a group of up to four traveling domestically (or $3,000, for international travelers), Santa Monica’s Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows just announced a new package, “Suite to Suite”, that gives hotel guests exclusive access at a discounted rate. Score.
“Suite to Suite” is true to its name—if you’re flying in and out of Los Angeles and book the package, you’ll be pampered from start to finish, with perks both at the Fairmont and the LAX suite. (Suite access is only granted one-way, so we’d definitely recommend tacking it onto your trip home). You’ll receive transfer to and from the airport for up to four people, a daily $60 credit for breakfast at the hotel, and a reservation for four at The Bungalow, Fairmont’s cushy beachside lounge. The Fairmont is pretty ritzy on its own—with marble bathrooms stocked with Le Labo products, top-notch room service (contributor Brooke Porter Katz swears by the fish tacos) and complimentary BMW beach cruisers, it rightfully deserves its spot in our 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards. But once you finally tear yourself away, you’ll find yourself excited to go back to the airport—who would have thought?
Upon your return to LAX, all the normal headaches of checking in are removed. There’s no waiting in line at the desk, or slogging along the endless queue at security. Instead, you’ll get a private TSA screening, “personally-attended luggage check-in and handling,” plus, of course, access to the suites, according to the Fairmont’s press release. Each come with all the previously mentioned amenities, plus private bathrooms, “gourmet meals” made-to-order from a menu, manicures and pedicures—even an on-call doctor, should you need one. Once it’s boarding time, you’ll be whisked directly to your plane via the BMW.
The offer starts at $2,099 with a one-night stay at the hotel—still hefty, but a much better bargain than the usual aforementioned member fee, which doesn’t include a hotel stay. If you up your stay to more than one night, additional nights start at $699 (depending on the room category), which is more palatable. So if you’ve got money to burn and a few OOO days to spare, Suite to Suite is available now, year-round.
This article originally appeared on CNTraveler.com.