If you’re looking for a hip, new venue for your events this year, you’re in luck! Bizbash has shared their “2019 Preview: 10 Most Anticipated Los Angeles Venues for Meetings and Events.” Some venues that nabbed a spot on the highly coveted list include the Fairmont Century Plaza, Santa Monica Proper, Alamo Drafthouse, The Lakes at El Segundo, and Socalo. From hotels, breweries, and even a new golf course, there is sure to be the perfect venue for any audience! Check these out below:
Fairmont Century Plaza – Aiming for an October 2019 opening is the highly anticipated Fairmont Century Plaza, the $2.5 billion redevelopment of the Century Plaza hotel. The 400-room hotel will have almost 24,000 square feet of event space, most notably a 13,000-square-foot ballroom that will seat 1,500, making it the largest ballroom on the Westside. There will also be a dedicated entrance for events, a 14,000-square-foot spa, a fitness center, a rooftop pool, and 94,000 square feet of retail.
Courtesy of https://fairmontcenturyplaza.com/
Santa Monica Proper – Slated to open this summer is Santa Monica Proper, the hotel brand’s second location in Southern California. The 271-room hotel will feature interior design by Kelly Wearstler, plus 8,000 square feet of meeting and event space, three restaurants, a rooftop lounge and pool, and 7,000 square feet of retail space.
Courtesy of https://www.properhotel.com/hotels/santa-monica/
Alamo Drafthouse – The first Los Angeles location of Alamo Drafthouse is slated to open in mid-2019 at the Bloc in downtown’s Financial District. The theater will have 12 screens and 560 seats, plus a bar that doubles as a video store selling classic films. in April, to promote the opening.
Courtesy of https://drafthouse.com/los-angeles
Socalo – Located inside the Gateway Hotel, Socalo will be open seven days a week with plans to serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and happy hour. The menu will be inspired by the chefs’ recent travels to Tijuana. Get ready for tacos and ceviche with small batch tequila and mezcal pairings from chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger.