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11 hour layover at LAX need Priceline tips for airport hotel.

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DD is flying from New Zealand on Oct 9th arriving LAX 11.30am and then flying to Miami via American Airlines departing 10.40pm arriving 6.40am on the 10th. She then gets driven to the Island Princess cruise ship in Fort Lauderdale and starts playing her gig at 7.30pm.

I think she is going to be rather tired by the time she gets there and if she could sleep at LAX for a few hours it will be beneficial!!! What is the best zone to look for on Priceline, and what is the average price for a hotel? She probably won't be able to check in until 2pm though, so is it going to be worth it.

Any other suggestions?

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