What is there to do in West Hollywood after the meeting is over? What about spouse or team building activities? Better known as “The Creative City”, West Hollywood invites you to step in and let your imagination and the city’s energy do the rest.
Bikes and Hikes LA
8743 Santa Monica Blvd.
BIKES AND HIKES L.A. is the first full-service bike/hike tour company promoting an eco-friendly, healthy way to enjoy all the glory West Hollywood and Los Angeles have to offer. Exploring with Bikes And Hikes LA is the ultimate green sightseeing experience. Pedal power gets your body in motion and reduces your carbon footprint. Their tours are designed for everyone, from the avid cyclist/hiker to the occasional biker/hiker. The expert local guides will give you a unique insider’s tour through diverse landscapes and culturally distinct neighborhoods, stopping at local hidden gems for an authentic and unique experience of Los Angeles.
Bixel & Company
8721 Sunset Blvd.
Innovative ideas and the highest levels of service are the hallmarks of Bixel & Company programs. Fortune 500 companies and small independent firms alike have trusted Bixel & Company with their most important meeting, event, and destination needs.
Glitterati Tours is one of the few private charter tour companies that will work closely with you and your group to create a one of a kind and unique tour experience. They use discreet, luxury SUV’s to escort their guests throughout the city. Their philosophy is that the tour vehicles should be an extension of your hotel room – clean and comfortable, with all the extra amenities to make your experience more enjoyable. Enjoy a multi-media iPad presentation of landmarks, famous homes, and filming sites, along with refreshments and chilled waters. Upon request, they will provide boosters, baby seats and a rear DVD player with private headsets for the kids. Have another vehicle in mind? Or, do you want to drive your own car and have our guide sit co-pilot? Just let them know. They can and will accommodate all of your tour needs!
L.A. Food Works – Cooking
9045 Nemo Street
L.A. Food Works offers hands-on culinary events designed to unify and entertain. The satisfaction of preparing a meal is blended with the pleasure of enjoying one. Private Parties celebrating a special occasion and corporate groups looking to strengthen their teams benefit from the interactive nature of cooking together as well as dining together. A state of the art “dream” kitchen, an elegantly appointed dining suite, engaging culinary advisors and carefully designed seasonal menus all await you at the charming French nouveau facility. Since only one event is allowed at a time, L.A. Food Works also offers you a private and unique alternative to conventional spaces and catered experiences. All hands-on culinary events require no previous cooking experience and are ideal for team bonding or team building exercises, client entertainment and all other meetings or gatherings.
Pacific Design Center – Guided Tour
8687 Melrose Avenue
Tour the Pacific Design Center, the west coast’s leading resource for the interior design industry. With more than 110 showrooms and 2,100 interior product lines, the Pacific Design Center has everything you could possibly need, that is, only if you’re working with an interior designer. By booking a tour, you can unlock the design treasures the PDC has to offer. The Pacific Design Services department offers you and your guests the unique opportunity to make purchases, request pricing, and view trade-only merchandise. Based on your groups’ specific interests, your guide will take you on a custom made tour of the Pacific Design Center. If you wish to add an educational component, the design pros at Pacific Design Center would be delighted to hold a lecture that ties in with the theme of your tour. Lunch at Red Seven, Black Cat Café, or a visit of the current exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) can also be arranged for a comprehensive full day experience.
Schindler House – MAK Center for Art and Architecture L.A.
835 N. Kings Road
Take a docent-guided tour of the Schindler House, one of the most influential designs of the 20th century. The house — a one-story dwelling with an open floor plan and a flat roof, which opened to the garden through sliding doors while turning it’s back to the street — became the established norm of postwar housing. The Schindler House is now recognized nationally and internationally as a new beginning and fresh start in architectural design and is considered a landmark of the modern movement.