We strive to create excellent experiences for our members and guests. Below you’ll find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. If you require additional information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly.
Yes, members can bring up to six guests to enjoy complimentary use of social and co-working spaces. For $25 per guest, you can also bring guests to enjoy access to athletic and wellness spaces (limitations apply).
Please email [email protected] or submit an inquiry via our Membership Inquiry form for replacement card requests. You can also fill out a form at the front desk or greeter station. There is a $10 fee for each replacement card.
To add your spouse and/or child to your membership account, you will need to complete our Add Family Form. Reach out to [email protected] or submit a request via our Membership Inquiry form to get started.
We are so happy you are considering joining LAAC. To begin your membership journey, request a membership.
Yes, our Fitness Assessment is a valuable tool to help you and your trainer determine your current fitness level and to set some short and long-term fitness and performance goals. For more information, please fill out our Personal Training Inquiry form.
We are happy to offer safe, convenient, and discounted parking for members. Park in our dedicated lot at 646 South Olive Street, connected to the club and located right around the corner from our iconic front door. Look for our legendary winged foot emblem on the awning.
The Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is approximately 18 miles from the Los Angeles Athletic Club. Travel time by car is approximately 30 minutes.
Yes, we are happy to provide safe, secure, and convenient parking at 646 S. Olive St., connected to the club. Visit Parking for more information.
We love pets, but unfortunately we are not equipped to welcome them as guests to our hotel.
Please note that service animals are exempt from our pet policy and are welcome to accompany their owners.
Yes. We welcome families traveling with children and the Los Angeles Athletic Club offers programs and amenities designed for kids and youth.
Check-in time is 4:00 p.m. and check-out time is 12:00 p.m. Please contact us if you would like to arrange for an early check-in or late check-out. We will try our best to accommodate you.
Yes. Our Olive Club destination fee of $25/night provides you with membership to the exclusive Los Angeles Athletic Club for the duration of your stay. This includes access to members-only dining, our bars and restaurants, member-only events, world-class athletic and fitness facilities, and complimentary group fitness classes (subject to availability).
Hours vary by dining experience. Explore our Hours & Location page for more information.
Our dining experiences are open to members and hotel guests only.
We are happy to offer safe, convenient, and discounted parking for members. Visit our Parking page for more information.
Co-working memberships are available as monthly and annual packages. For more information, please email [email protected].
Yes, members can bring guests to enjoy complimentary use of social and co-working spaces.
Our flexible co-working spaces offer a variety of amenities including no-call areas, print and photocopying services, private video call rooms, conference rooms, and a co-working concierge.
Yes, guests can book services and treatments at Neptune Spa, however members receive spa experiences at a discounted rate.
To book an appointment at Neptune Spa, call the Mercury Sports Shop at 213-630-5233
Cancellations must be made 24 hours prior to your scheduled appointment time or you will be billed 100% for the full service.
Yes, LAAC is home to Neptune Spa, which offers a variety of signature facials and body treatments.
LAAC is located at 431 W. 7th St. in Downtown Los Angeles. The closest intersection is 7th Street and South Olive Street. The closest Los Angeles Metro stations are 7th Street/Metro Center and Pershing Square.
The Los Angeles Athletic Club was founded in 1880, back when Los Angeles was a city of just 11,000 people. It was LA’s first private clubIn 1912, our current building was designed and built just for us—and is now a Beaux-Arts icon in the heart of DTLA.