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taxi charge Hyatt Century City to Anaheim

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taxi charge Hyatt Century City to Anaheim

How much could we expect to pay for a cab fare Hyatt Century City to Sheraton Park Hotel Anaheim. We are a family of 4, so figure it may just be easier to do it this way rather than public transport. Am i right? we will be going on a Monday. Thanks.

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1. Re: taxi charge Hyatt Century City to Anaheim

Public transit is a nightmare between your two hotels:

1. A 50-minute bus ride to Union (Rail) station in downtown L.A. ($1.25 per person)

2. A train to Anaheim (41 minutes -- $45 for the 4 of you).

3. A taxi to your hotel.(10 minutes -- $10)

About a 2 hour transfer for $60

A taxi ride is about 40 miles. You can try to negotiate a flat rate but the standard charge should be around: $120 including tip.

Another option is to take Lux Bus -- a coach bus that transfers between L.A. and Orange County hotels. The fare for 2 adults and 2 kids is: $90

Info is here:


The least expensive option is to hire a car. Avis (avis.com) has a standard size (big car) for about $75 including insurance (petrol is additonal at about $10).

Avis' closest office is in Westwood at the corner of Westwood Bl & Wilshire Bl (close to your hotel).

Good luck!

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