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Los Angeles, CA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 1,040
Total Sleeping Rooms 104,615
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 6,000
Committable Meeting Rooms* 197
Convention Center Space 867,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 720,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 346,890 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $180
*Maximum for a single hotel

Los Angeles, CA Things to Do and Attractions

La Brea Tar Pits

The George C. Page Museum is found at one the world's most famous fossil locales, Rancho La Brea. Known for having the largest and most diverse collection of extinct Ice Age plants and animals, La Brea transports guests back 10,000 to 40,000 years

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GRAMMY Museum

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Opened in December 2008, the GRAMMY Museum in downtown Los Angeles is a self-described celebration of the power of music. Its four floors of permanent and traveling exhibits blend film, photographs, artifacts, and recordings to create an

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Hollywood Museum and Walk of Fame

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From Rocky's boxing gloves to Indiana Jones' whip, Hannibal Lecter's jail cell to the gold Cadillac from Dreamgirls, the over 10,000 items at the Hollywood Museum create a verifiable treasure trove of the Silver Screen. Guests can take

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Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

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Founded in 1979, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, or MOCA, is the only museum in the city dedicated exclusively to contemporary art. Its collection of over 5,000 works is housed in three facilities: MOCA Grand Avenue, the Geffen

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Petersen Automotive Museum

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Wilshire Boulevard is home to four floors of automotive history. Thousands of visitors flock to the Petersen Automotive Museum each year to see its permanent exhibits that trace that history of the automobile. Guests can check out car culture in

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The Getty Center Los Angeles

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Over a million people per year visit the Getty Center in Los Angeles, the flagship location of the J. Paul Getty Trust. On a hilltop overlooking the Santa Monica Mountains, the center affords breathtaking views of the city and the Pacific Ocean. The

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Dodgers Stadium

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Since its opening in 1962, over 125 million fans have visited Dodger Stadium to take part in America's favorite pastime and enjoy breathtaking views of downtown Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Mountains. One of the last ballparks built before the

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Hollywood Forever Cemetery

The self-described "Resting Place of Hollywood's Immortals," the Hollywood Forever Cemetery is the final home of more Hollywood founders and stars than any other location in the world. As the burial places of writers, directors, performers ,and more,

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The Original Farmers Market

Since 1934, the Original Farmers Market has been the place to go for fresh produce, gourmet treats, and unique gifts and crafts. Guests can enjoy a cool treat at Bennett's Ice Cream, which serves up creative flavors such as cabernet sauvignon; stop

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Hilton Los Angeles Airport

Offering luxury hotel services and a prime location, the Hilton Los Angeles Airport boasts 1,234 rooms that are equipped with Wi-Fi, high-speed internet access, flat-screen televisions, and spacious workstations. One of the world's largest airport

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Olvera Street and Avila Adobe

Located in El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, Olvera Street's 27 traditional historic buildings and traditional Mexican plaza are often referred to as the birthplace of Los Angeles. Originally built by the city's 44 original settlers, the

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Pantages Theatre

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Having hosting live vaudeville acts, movie premieres, and 10 Academy Awards presentations, Pantages Theatre is a grand landmark of Hollywood's heritage. First opened in 1930, Pantages changed hands many times until opening again under the

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Rodeo Drive

Starting at Wilshire Boulevard and running north to Santa Monica Boulevard, Rodeo Drive is three blocks of high-end shopping heaven. The self-described epicenter of luxury fashion, the stretch is famous for designer labels and haute couture houses

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Skirball Cultural Center

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This multifaceted museum blends exhibits, music, theater, comedy, film and literary programs to explore the connections between Jewish heritage and American ideals. Guests to the Skirball Cultural Center can explore its permanent collection at

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Walt Disney Concert Hall

Part of the Music Center of Los Angeles County, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world. Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the breathtaking structure's unique exterior of stainless

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Warner Bros. Studios VIP Tour

The Warner Bros. Studios VIP Tour is a self-described opportunity to get "behind-the-scenes" and "into-the-scenes" of popular television shows and movies. The two-hour-and-15-minute tour travels by cart through backlot streets, sound stages, sets and

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Spago

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The flagship restaurant of the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group, Spago offers guests the chance to mingle with A-list celebrities while enjoying top-notch service and cuisine. The sophisticated surroundings, including original artwork, a landscaped

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Universal Studios Hollywood

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Full of rides, shows, shops, restaurants, and even a real working movie studio,Universal Studios Hollywood is a full-day experience for Los Angeles visitors. The self-proclaimed Entertainment Capital of L.A. boasts attractions such as the House of

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Griffith Park

At 4,210 acres, Griffith Park is one of the largest urban parks in North America and the 2nd largest park in the state, invoking the nickname of Los Angeles' Central Park. Named after Colonel Griffith J. Griffith, who started an ostrich farm on the

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The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites, Los Angeles

Located in the heart of downtown L.A.'s financial district, the Westin Bonaventure is an attraction in and of itself. A futuristic design and its trademark cylindrical mirrored towers have made it the shooting location of choice for films such as

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Griffith Observatory

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Griffith Observatory's shows, public telescopes, and astronomy exhibits have been transforming everyday visitors into observers for over 60 years. Located on the southern slope of Mount Hollywood, the observatory re-opened in 2006 after a $93

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Los Angeles Beaches

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It's hard to resist the sunny shores and blue waters of Los Angeles' beaches. With so many options to choose from, guests can pick the perfect coastal spot to match their taste. Venice Beach is a great spot for people watching, being home to a

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Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden

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With its majestic landscape and exotic plant life, it's no surprise that the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden have been the perfect setting for many of Hollywood's movies. For example, the attraction was filmed for Bing Crosby and

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Los Angeles Golf

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A much sought-after golfer's paradise, Los Angeles is home to over 80 public courses, 13 of which are in the city itself. From the three-hole Rancho Park Golf Course to the 18-hole Wilson Golf Course, players are sure to find a green that meets their

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Runyon Canyon Park

Located in the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains, this 160-acre park is the perfect spot to bask in Los Angeles' sunny skies, and even to do some star gazing along the way. Celebrities such as Lauren Conrad, Justin Timberlake and Amanda Bynes

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Santa Monica Pier

Opened in 1909, the Santa Monica Pier today is a much-loved landmark that attracts over four million visitors a year. The Pier shops are a great place to pick up souvenirs, postcards and novelties. Oceanside dining is also a treat at restaurants such

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