Enjoy a taste of the luxe life in L.A. and indulge in a behind-the-wheel experience on a professional racetrack, a bird’s-eye view of L.A. via helicopter, an exclusive meal hosted by a Michelin-starred chef, and more.
Roll in high style at STAPLES Center, which offers event suites for up to 132 guests. Much more than just a rentable room, the luxe Suites boast a VIP private entrance to basketball games, early entry privileges, access to concourse level seating, and a posh place to chill pre- and post-game. At halftime, enjoy the full bar and flat-screen TVs at the private San Manuel Club. If that doesn’t get you in the team spirit, nothing will.
What’s more motivating than getting behind the wheel of a world-class sports car? Exotics Racing School provides private driving experiences on their thrilling 1.2-mile professional track in Fontana. Choose from more than 60 dream vehicles, including Lamborghini, Porsche, Aston Martin, and Ferrari. After getting driving and safety tips from on-site pros, hit the gas and hug those turns for a minimum of two hours.
With two R44 helicopters at the ready, Orbic Air can fly a group of up to six friends or family at a time around the Los Angeles sky. L.A. boasts one of the country's most varied, iconic skylines, so it's worth booking the "Ultimate Tour of Los Angeles," which takes in the Hollywood Sign, Griffith Observatory, the beach, and more.
Gather for a rare glimpse into the Michelin-starred kitchen of the acclaimed Providence on Melrose Avenue. Michael Cimarusti invites small groups to an intimate dining experience at the Chef’s Table, where diners cozy up to the kitchen before enjoying a seafood-centric meal. Cimarusti has been known to give extra special attention to the Chef’s Table diners, discussing his latest culinary inspiration or fishing trip. You can even request a personalized menu based on a theme or particular ingredient.
Experience Hollywood like an insider on the action-packed Universal Studios Hollywood VIP tour. Get front-of-the-line treatment on popular rides, up to two private trolleys on the back lot, rare access to actual sound stages where blockbuster movies and TV shows are filmed, a peek into the enormous Archive and Collections Department to see Universal’s historical props and costumes, and light breakfast and lunch in the VIP Dining room.