Since launching in 2017, PS has helped affluent travelers including Gabrielle Union, Jessica Alba, Paul Wesley and Max Greenfield luxuriously avoid the crowds and lines at LAX. Instead of checking in at the terminals, guests arrive at the PS location just outside the airport on Imperial Highway, where they receive their own private suite, bites from the h.wood group restaurants and, after being checked by an on-site TSA checkpoint, a ride along the tarmac to their flight in a BMW sedan. For international travel, the facility also includes its own customs and immigration processing station. Today, the PS is growing.
The luxury travel service has opened The Salon, which allows guests to forgo a private suite to mingle with others in a salon designed by famous favorite designer Cliff Fong and showcases rotating works of art curated by Creative Art Partners. . Lounge prices start at $ 695 for PS members and non-members, while use of a private suite costs $ 3,250 for members and $ 4,350 for non-members. Annual membership is $ 4,500. Sign of the times, on-site COVID testing is available upon request.
The Salon also includes an outdoor garden. For families with young children or pets, be aware that Le Salon is reserved for people 21 and over. Pets are not accepted.
“Our members and guests have expressed a desire for more social options at PS,” said Joshua Gausman, co-CEO of the company. Variety. “The Show fills this gap without sacrificing the special TSA, customs and aerodrome driving characteristics we are known for. The size and price of the Show is a testament to the evolution of the world of luxury hospitality, and we are convinced that it will exceed all expectations.
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