In hotel industry The Private Suite
, a reality that lies halfway between a tour operator and a leader of the VIP hospitality at Los Angeles Airport, is a privileged access corridor to the terminals to carry out boarding and stopover procedures in total confidentiality, without access queues and without the threat of paparazzi. "It takes at least 2200 steps from your car seat to the seat of the plane. For the partners of The Private Suite just 70", says the company's pay-off, which in the promotional video flows over the images of people crowded at check-in.
The Private Suite, in addition to emancipating its members from the boarding queues, has built, in a dedicated part of the terminal near the runways and outside the commercial airport, a "new town" of accommodation facilities that act as a waiting room. In accommodation modules of at least 40 square metres, the traveller enjoys the same comforts as a hotel mini suite with a bed, fully equipped kitchen, private bathroom, nursery, play area and view of the runway. On arrival, each guest has a team of at least 8 people at his disposal, who take care of the luggage, private controls and transfer to the aircraft. Some luxury hotels and resorts, such as the Four Seasons, the Ritz-Carlton, the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills and the Montage Beverly Hills, are already moving to obtain agreements and partnerships with The Private Suite, to provide their clients with an integrated stay experience with a view to "minimum effort, maximum performance".