What does West Hollywood have to offer my meeting group that I can’t find anywhere else?
With some of the best meeting spaces in the Los Angeles region, West Hollywood is an ideal location for executive meetings, board meetings, incentive groups, and any self-contained meeting of 200 delegates or less.
Where is West Hollywood?
West Hollywood, California, is in the heart of Los Angeles, bordered by Beverly Hills on the West and Hollywood on the East.
|Beverly Hills — 1 mile||Hollywood — 1 mile|
|LAX — 12 miles||Bob Hope Airport (Burbank) — 10 miles|
|Downtown LA — 12 miles||Beaches — 12 miles|
|Universal Studios — 7 miles||Disneyland — 36 miles|
Or in LA terms, West Hollywood is “about 30 minutes away from everything”.
West Hollywood in a nutshell
1.9 square miles
The notorious Sunset Strip
6 famous musical venues (Viper Room, Roxy, Whisky a Go-Go, Troubadour, House of Blues, Key Club)
15 hotels ranging from economy to deluxe
50,000 Square Feet of meeting rooms in Los Angeles
Over 150 restaurants many with private rooms
2 large venues supporting 2,000 or more guests
More than 30 spas and health clubs
Over 300 shops ranging from boutique fashion to beauty to art galleries to antiques to gift stores
Sunset Boulevard, famously known as The Sunset Strip, can also be broken into three districts, running east to west from Crescent Heights to Doheny: Nightclub Alley is the section with the greatest concentration of nightlife with everything from grunge to swank; Music Central for live music and famous clubs like the Roxy, the Whisky-a-go-go, and Viper Room; and Sunset Plaza for trendy upscale one of a kind boutiques and high-end designer wear, cafes and restaurants, and the best people-watching in LA.
Santa Monica Boulevard, along the historic Route 66, can be broken into three distinct districts: The Russian Quarter, featuring Russian bakeries, grocery stores, restaurants, and shops for music, videos, books, clothes; Midtown, the place to go to find great bargains on designer wear and eclectic fun bars, restaurants, and shops catering to the local creative community; and “Boys’ Town,” the home of gay and lesbian nightclubs, restaurants, and trendy clubwear clothing stores. Here you will find LGBT everything, from dance-music record shops to restaurants to bookshops to clothing stores.
Stroll along Robertson Boulevard, Melrose Avenue and Beverly Boulevard to discover the most trend-setting streets in interior design, art, fashion and cuisine. The Avenues is where Stella McCartney, Chrome Hearts and John Varatos call home. Melrose ranges from the funky/vintage/hip section to the upscale antique shops and art galleries. Check out Beverly Boulevard for the best in interior design the industry has to offer. Restaurants and cafes line the Avenues and range from relaxed to fine dining.
West Hollywood Marketing and Visitors Bureau
The West Hollywood Marketing and Visitors Bureau is a non-profit service organization provided by the City of West Hollywood as a complimentary service to assist the entertainment, meetings, and travel industries with general information as well as help locating special event venues, accommodations, restaurants, spas or referrals to the trendiest places in LA. Let us point you in the right direction!