Meetings & Events Guide September 2018


Custom Content from the Los Angeles Business Journal

Inside this supplement:

Celebrate the Season at L.A. Zoo Lights
When L.A. Zoo Lights launched at the Los Angeles Zoo in 2014, a new holiday tradition was born. The Zoo was transformed into a dazzling wonderland aglow with spectacular light displays. Each year since then, L.A. Zoo Lights has been bigger, brighter, and merrier than ever before, setting a new standard for holiday magic… Read More

Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills: More than a Hotel
Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills blends Hollywood glamour, European elegance and French style. The hotel offers 10,000 square feet of flexible meeting space on the 2nd floor. All meeting rooms feature natural light and drop down screens. Two rooms feature a permanent boardroom table, Herman Miller chairs and flat screens… Read More

Ventura County Coast: Bring Your Team to a Place of Inspiration
Welcome to Ventura County Coast, where 200,000 square feet of conference and meeting rooms are surrounded by natural beauty, good food, handcrafted beverages and an endless supply of outdoor activities. A business retreat here combines professional development with team building that will have you all wanting to return… Read More

Embassy Suites by Hilton – Los Angeles Airport South
Experience the Difference at Embassy Suites by Hilton – Los Angeles Airport – South is the perfect venue for your small meeting or event. It is minutes from LAX but away from the congestion of Century Boulevard. An ideal location for your attendees nestled in the coastal community of El Segundo, it’s the antidote to the crowds and urban sprawl of downtown Los Angeles… Read More

Queen Mary: A Rich Legacy Leads to Unforgettable Event Experiences Today
There was a time when transatlantic passage aboard an ocean liner was the most luxurious way to travel the world. Movie stars, heads of state, millionaires and royalty alike sailed the oceans while enjoying world-class amenities and service. At the helm of the ocean travel industry, Cunard Line found its fleet depleted by World War I losses… Read More