Café Gratitude lives up to its name every year by offering a free Thanksgiving feast from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. or “until the food runs out.” This year’s event is at the Downtown L.A. Arts District location, featuring live music and a full spread complementing the main dish of Butternut Squash & Sage Lentil Loaf.
Los Angeles has been named to Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2017, the highly anticipated collection of the world’s hottest trends, destinations and experiences for the year ahead. The bestselling, inspirational travel yearbook from the acclaimed travel authority highlights the top ten countries, cities, regions and best value destinations that Lonely Planet’s experts recommend travelers experience in 2017.
Los Angeles is home to a thriving and diverse music scene and just about every national act on tour books at least one show in L.A. With its robust roster of concert venues, meeting and event planners can seamlessly integrate music history into their events. Here are eight Los Angeles music venues that double as event spaces for planners looking to plan a rocking event.
The Concourse Hotel at LAX has been rebranded as the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport. The 580-room hotel is currently open and accepting guests during its $75 million renovation, which is scheduled to conclude January 1, 2017.
Hyatt recently announced the brand transition of The Concourse Hotel at Los Angeles International Airport from a Hyatt affiliated hotel to Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport. The 580-room hotel is undergoing an extensive $75 million renovation, which is scheduled to conclude January 1, 2017.