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8 Historic Los Angeles Hotels For Your Next Event

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While there are an abundance of Los Angeles venues to choose from, you can’t argue with a steadfast classic like one of LA’s stunning historic hotels. Since these are the places that all of the who’s who have graced with their presence, why not host your next event there?

The Beverly Hilton

Historic Hotel The Beverly Hilton located in Los Angeles
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The Beverly Hilton opened its doors in 1955 and has been in the midst of everything fabulous in Hollywood. Perfectly stated, “Dazzling red carpet events, celebrity galas, memorable moments etched in history…everything happens at The Beverly Hilton.” With more than 60,000 square feet of event space, The Beverly Hilton is home to the Golden Globe Awards for 50 years. As they have the reputation of hosting some of the most prestigious events in Los Angeles, The Beverly Hilton offers dozens of event spaces to accommodate any soiree.

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The Beverly Hills Hotel

Top Historic Venues in Los Angeles The Beverly Hills Hotel
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The list of celebrities that have spent time at The Beverly Hills Hotel is longer than the fabulous red carpet greeting guests. Since its opening in 1912, The Beverly Hills Hotel has been the home to many events and memories. Today, this “Pink Palace” is known for their fabulous pool scene and the famous Polo Lounge – as well as being the perfect destination for an elegant or whimsical event. Named the first historic hotel in Los Angeles, the hotel and bungalows make for a memorable getaway or soiree.

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Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel

Historic Los Angeles Venue The Beverly Wilshire Hotel
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Built in 1928, the Beverly Wilshire was built on the site of the former Beverly Auto Speedway. Over the years this iconic Beverly Hills hotel has had residents such as Elvis Presley and Warren Beatty. The Beverly Wilshire gained their international recognition as it was the setting of Pretty Woman. Today the hotel is home to timeless weddings and events that hold the same stature as the hotel that hosts it.

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The Langham Huntington, Pasadena

Historic Los Angeles Venue The Langham Huntington, Pasadena
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Since opening its doors in 1914 as the Huntington Hotel, the property has continued to grow into the luxurious hotel that it is today. The hotel has been home to films such as “Seabiscuit” and “Saving Mr. Banks.” The Georgian Ballroom, dating back to 1907, and Viennese Ballroom, the site for The Bachelorette: Ashley & J.P.’s Wedding, are the perfect setting for a bespoke even.t With 23 acres of gardens and ballrooms, the expert team at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena is dedicated to assuring that every detail is perfect.

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Millennium Biltmore Hotel

Historic Los Angeles Hotels Millennium Biltmore Hotel
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Since opening in 1923, the Millennium Biltmore Hotel’s Italian-Spanish Renaissance style has caught the eye of the stars and political figures. With LA’s booming nightlife and and filmmaking in mind, the hotel was opening just in time to add to the citywide attraction and buzz. The hotel was home to the Academy Awards during the 1930s and 1940s, increasing its reputation and star status. With various event spaces, the Millennium Biltmore Hotel is the perfect combination of historic and elegant while still beaming with Hollywood glamour.

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Hotel Bel-Air

Historic Los Angeles Hotels - Hotel Bel-Air
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Since its opening in 1946, Hotel Bel-Air has attracted guests seeking a privacy away from the city hustle. Nestled on Stone Canyon Road in the seclusion of Bel-Air, Hotel Bel-Air has enchanted guests as it has evolved over the years. Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air, known for catering events such as Grammy after parties and the Oscars Governors Ball, sets the scene for a memorable experience. The hotel’s charming bridges and grottos all add to the overall fairytale ambiance that Hotel Bel-Air has always been known for. The secluded and romantic setting of each event space makes Hotel Bel-Air the scene for a memorable evening at one of LA’s most awe-inspiring hotels.

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The Hollywood Roosevelt

Historic Los Angeles Hotels The Hollywood Roosevelt
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Named after Theodore Roosevelt, the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel opened its doors in 1927. From the moment you step out of your car, you are surrounded by Hollywood history at the Hollywood Roosevelt. The first Academy Awards were held in the Blossom Ballroom and icons such as Marilyn Monroe have called this hotel their home. With 18 fabulous event spaces, the Hollywood Roosevelt is adorned with star studded history.

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Sunset Tower Hotel

The Sunset Tower Hotel has been setting trends since the moment that it opened in 1929. Sitting on the Sunset Strip, the elegant hotel paired with its close proximity to all of the LA hotspots, the Sunset Tower Hotel has always been in the spotlight. Icons such as Frank Sinatra and Bugsy Siegel were drawn in by the atmosphere that the hotel embodies. Always on top of the latest trends, the Sunset Tower Hotel offers the hottest trends in the events industry. Their breathtaking indoor and outdoor views will turn any event into an unforgettable experience.