Last week, our team explored bustling downtown Los Angeles, a region on the rise for corporate groups. Here are a few highlights from their site visit:
Ace Hotel is located in the historic United Artists building , built in 1927. Opened in 2014, the property features modern rooms, a rooftop pool, trendy event space, and a beautifully restored theatre. Think Great Gatsby meets Urban Outfitters.
New to the downtown Los Angeles scene, The Broad is a contemporary art museum founded by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad. Located on Grand Ave, the Broad is home to an ever-growing collection of postwar and contemporary art. Private venue rental for corporate events is not an option at The Broad; however, the adjacent Otium restaurant has several private event spaces including a buyout option for up to 300 guests.
Los Angeles Times put it best when they said “Clifton’s is not your normal cafeteria.” After a 5-year, $10 million renovation, Clifton’s Cafeteria reopened in October 2015 (the original debuted in 1935). Featuring a fake redwood tree stretching five floors, a kingdom of taxidermy creatures, and plenty of entertaining surprises in its “cabinet of curiosities,” the venue provides an assortment of wonderfully weird conversation topics.
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If you would like more information on downtown Los Angeles, contact The Event Team’s corporate event experts! Our Los Angeles destination management company pros will hook you up with unique options that meet your budget.