Option 1: Call a travel agent and tell them you need a hotel in Los Angeles that offers shuttle service to all three parks. While you may pay more because you're using the services of a travel expert it'll pale to what you'd pay using a cab.
Option 2: Look for a shuttle company independent of a hotelier that offers service to the parks. They're out there.
Option 3: Use public trasit. http://www.metro.net/default.asp
mOOSH (seriously thinks you should just rent a car)
I also stumbled across this USH press release which sounds too good to be true. I wonder if it was a special for last season only.
For travel times, it just depends on the traffic and conditions, time of day, etc. It only took us around 30-40 mintues to get from Anaheim to the park, though this was on a Saturday.
It's not hard to get to Universal from Anaheim, though. Just take I-5 north toward LA. Make sure you keep to the left when you're approaching downtown. You'll want to take 101 north, and it's a left exit, and there really isn't any warning beforehand. Once you're on 101, you'll pass through LA and Hollywood. Look for the Universal City exit and follow the sgns to the studios park--you'll basically just keep to your right.
Some hotels may actually offer shuttle service to and from the major parks. You should be able to check on this before you make your reservations.
*** Edited 4/27/2008 12:54:12 AM UTC by rablat5***
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