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Kofax Education Services

Acquire the knowledge and skills to succeed with Kofax

Classroom location:
Irvine, CA

Address:

15211 Laguna Canyon Road
Irvine, CA 92618
949-727-1733

Directions

Directions From John Wayne (Orange County) Airport:

Travel Time: Approximately 10 minutes.

Rental Vehicles: This may be the best option since the hotels below are not adjacent to the Kofax office. Hertz, Avis, Budget, National, etc. are available.

Shuttle Busses: Most of the hotels below provides a free shuttle bus from John Wayne Airport. You may need to contact the hotel when you arrive at the airport to arrange for pickup

 

Directions From Los Angeles International Airport:

Travel Time: Approximately 1 hour. Allow 1.5 hours during rush hour.

Rental Vehicles: This may be the best option since the hotels below are not adjacent to the Kofax office. Hertz, Avis, Budget, National, etc. are available.

Shuttle Services: You may call the shuttle services when you arrive, or arrange for transportation prior to your arrival. Popular shuttle services are Super Shuttle (714-517-6600) and Prime Time (800-RED-VANS). For pickup, go to the courtesy phone near the baggage claim area in the airport and select a shuttle service.

Taxi: Approximate cost is $70 (one-way)

Hotels

Some hotels offer special discount room rates if you indicate you are attending Kofax training classes when registering.

Courtyard by Marriott Irvine Spectrum
Phone: (949) 453-1033
Note: This hotel offers complimentary shuttle service to and from the Kofax office on a first-come, first serve basis.

Courtyard by Marriott Laguna Hills 
Phone: (949) 859-5500
Fax: (949) 454-2158

Candlewood Suites
Phone: (949) 788-0500
Fax: (949) 788-0566

Crowne Plaza Irvine
Phone: (949) 863-1999
Fax: (949) 752-7423

DoubleTree Irvine Spectrum
Phone: (949) 471-8888
Fax: (949) 471-8996

Hyatt Hotel
Phone: (949) 975-1234
Fax: (949) 852-1574

La Quinta Inn
Phone: (949) 551-0909
Fax: (949) 551-2945
Note: Originally part of the historic Irvine Ranch. Has the ambiance (and the noise) associated with being located adjacent to the railroad tracks.