The Claremont was the first hotel built in Westwood Village by the family that still owns and operates the property today. Its charming fifty three rooms are decorated in much the same fashion as when the hotel was conceived in 1939.
AOO designs and produces movie premieres, corporate events, private parties, anniversaries, birthdays, bar and bat mitzvah celebrations and more throughout the U.S. and worldwide. Experts in décor, design, production, entertainment, floral,...
The Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) champions cultural understanding by encouraging curiosity about our diverse world through the universal lens of art.
The Annenberg Space for Photography is a cultural destination dedicated to the exhibition of both digital and print photography in an intimate environment.
El Rey is an original art deco theater built in 1936 and is a registered historical landmark. It features a grand ballroom with a stage of full sound and lights. The theater has a full bar, VIP lounge, diner, and self/valet parking.
Located adjacent to the new Resnick Pavilion at LACMA, Ray’s offers a bold, Mediterranean farm-to-table menu based on local ingredients. A separate bar and lounge named Stark Bar creates handcrafted cocktails and delicious small plates.
Founded in 1926, Beverly Hills Country Club has enjoyed a long rich history of providing the highest quality facilities, services and dining to meet the needs of the community's top business and social leaders and their families. The Club...
Newly renovated, walking distance to the center of Century City, one mile to Beverly Hills & Rodeo Dr, three miles to UCLA in Westwood, and six miles to
Santa Monica Pier & Promenade.