Discover the Regions of Los Angeles for Your Next Meeting

Discover L.A.’s vibrant regions — each one a destination in itself, filled with unforgettable experiences and unique attractions. When planning a meeting in Los Angeles, there are several hotels available with meeting space in these regions.


Downtown Los Angeles
Downtown Los Angeles | Photo courtesy of Neon Tommy, Flickr

Planning meetings and events in Downtown LA means access to world-class museums, entertainment venues, hotels in every size and price point, concert halls, theatres, and dozens of acclaimed restaurants. With rapidly expanding public transit options, new hotels on the way, a new central park, new supermarkets, a thriving nightlife and art scene, and countless new shops and boutiques, Downtown has led LA’s growth into a true metropolis. The endless entertainment, shopping, dining and culture will ensure your attendees come away relaxed and inspired.

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TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood
TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood | Photo courtesy of espensorvik, Flickr

LA created Hollywood and the magic of movies and television, establishing the United States as the world’s most influential creator of modern culture. Hollywood is still the entertainment capital of the world, and planning meetings and events in Hollywood can become red-carpet affairs that will inspire and energize guests. After the meetings, experience tinseltown glamour at TCL Chinese Theatre or the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which has honored celebrities for over 50 years. The state-of the-art Dolby® TheatreSM at the Hollywood & Highland Center is home to the Academy Awards. Universal Studios HollywoodSM is LA’s premier theme park that includes the mind-blowing “Transformers™: The Ride 3-D,”® VIP Tour and the popular backlot studio tram tour. The famed Hollywood Bowl outdoor amphitheatre nestled in the mountains and the delicious multicultural cuisines of nearby Thai Town and Little Armenia will keep your guests entertained.

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West Hollywood
West Hollywood | Photo courtesy of stevebev, Flickr

West Hollywood’s rock-star pedigree, trendy shopping, progressive attitude and non-stop nightlife will create a fun-filled and stylish setting for your events and meetings. The world-famous Sunset Strip, Melrose Avenue and Robertson Boulevard provide endless dining and nightlife, and a thriving arts and LGBT scene make WeHo a fast-paced mini-metropolis.

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Santa Monica Pier
Santa Monica Pier | Photo courtesy of Jim Nix, Flickr

Santa Monica’s stunning coastline, year-round warm weather, environmental friendly, health-conscious beach lifestyle, luxurious hotels, world-class dining, and arts and culture will add unforgettable ambiance to your meetings and events. Your attendees are guaranteed to entertained and inspired after the meetings are over.

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Pasadena City Hall
Pasadena City Hall | Photo courtesy of obenchainr, Flickr

Pasadena’s high quality hotels and variety of meeting and event venues mean meeting planners will find exactly what they need. Sun-splashed Pasadena’s small town charm and big-city arts & cultural institutions, fantastic shopping, dining and entertainment mean meeting attendees will be happy when the meetings are over.

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Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills
Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills | Photo courtesy of D.C.Y., Flickr

Beverly Hills has always been synonymous with luxury, affluence and comfort. More than 100 of the world’s most renowned high-fashion retailers line Rodeo Drive, the shopping street known around the world. Ultra-luxurious hotels offer more secluded event space for smaller VIP events and meetings, and the exclusive shopping, worldclass dining, spa treatments and lush scenery will permeate your meetings and events and keep attendees relaxed and entertained. Meetings in Beverly Hills benefit from proximity to a major concentration of private medical industry and law firms.

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San Fernando Valley
San Fernando Valley | Photo courtesy of Snap Man, Flickr

The San Fernando Valley is spacious, green, laid-back and has blue skies and warm weather year-round. In addition to broad streets, abundant parking and small, unpretentious, economical meeting and event venues and restaurants, the Valley also has sophisticated hotels and sleek alternative event venues and conference centers. Countless bustling restaurants line Ventura Blvd. and the NoHo Arts District is a vital creative hub. Meetings and events in the Valley offer unparalleled value for quality, with business centers and conference hotels boasting some of the largest inventory of meeting spaces in the LA area.

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Marina Del Rey
Marina Del Rey | Photo courtesy of Shawn S. Park, Flickr

Harness the endless summer of LA’s stunning coastlines, near-perfect climate, excellent hotels, world-class attractions, shopping and surf spots to plan bright, energetic, inspiring meetings and events. Enjoy easy access to the beach towns of Hermosa Beach, Manhattan, Marina Del Rey, and Venice for shopping, dining & relaxation after the meetings. Day cruises, boating and water sports abound for group activities. And meetings attendees can extend their trip into a Pacific Ocean cruise vacation – cruise ships to Mexico and Hawaii, and ferries to Catalina Island depart regularly from the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. The mountains of Malibu offer hiking, horseback riding and wine tasting.

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The Getty Center
The Getty Center | Photo courtesy of Michael Lawenko dela Paz, Flickr

Meetings in the Westside offer proximity to major medical, entertainment and federal government hubs. Many of LA’s most acclaimed, luxurious hotels and a wide variety of meeting and event venues mean meeting planners can host flawless events. From Culver City’s hip arts district to Museum Row, to the Brentwood’s fine dining, the Westside features high-end restaurants, luxury-brand shopping, eclectic boutiques, and world-class cultural attractions mean that endless entertainment is at the doorstep after the meetings.

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Orange County
Orange County | Photo courtesy of demandaj, Flickr

From the desert to the sea, and the mountains and valleys, all of LA’s stunning diversity is captured in the neighboring regions, which includes Ontario, Pomona, La Habra, West Covina and many other communities. Neighboring regions are rich with large and vibrant ethnic neighborhoods, offering a rainbow of exciting international cuisine.

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