Complimentary Hotel Shuttles Make Visiting Burbank a Breeze

 

The quick and hassle-free experience of flying in and out of Hollywood Burbank Airport is just one of the great reasons to plan a fun-filled trip to Burbank. An added advantage is the number of complimentary shuttles providing free transport to and from your hotel and key attractions.

Eight Burbank properties offer this free service to and from the airport, the theme parks, and even neighborhood shopping districts.

Hotel Shuttle Chart

 

While our top recommendation is to use hotel shuttles when visiting Burbank, keep in mind that Hollywood Burbank Airport — named the #1 Airport in the US by Fodor’s Travel — also offers a state-of-the-art rental car facility featuring 10 rental car brands with more than 1,000 cars at your disposal. The rental car facility is part of the Regional Transportation Center served daily by several Metro Bus and BurbankBus lines. It is connected by a pedestrian crosswalk to the Burbank Airport – South Station rail stop, served by Metrolink and Amtrak/Pacific Surfliner. A moving, elevated walkway connects this transportation hub to the Hollywood Burbank Airport Terminal.

For more information on all of Burbank’s hotel offerings and attractions, and exclusive savings, be sure to book directly with us.

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