ACHIEVE PEAK ENGAGEMENT

Los Angeles’ newest meeting venue is also its smartest.

The UCLA Luskin Conference Center was designed with the singular purpose of welcoming a new class of innovators to the Los Angeles area. Designed to inspire, this bright and spacious Westwood hotel with leading edge audio-visual resources and generous amenities vibrates with the energy of advancement, invention and optimism throughout its halls and UCLA meeting spaces.

Floor-to-ceiling windows in each of the conference center’s meeting rooms frame views of UCLA’s campus and capture Southern California’s glorious sunshine, infusing each space with an uplifting air. With 25,000 feet of thoughtfully-planned, second-to-none meeting space in Los Angeles, the UCLA Luskin Conference Center beautifully accommodates meeting, conferences and special events of nearly any size.

The UCLA Luskin Conference Center is anchored by an expansive ballroom with space for up to 960 attendees in a theater-style configuration or banquet seating for up to 480 guests. Twenty-four breakout rooms in the Westwood hotel offer an array of capacities and seating arrangements for smaller groups on the UCLA campus as well. A tiered classroom with fixed seating for 90 and the 9,300-square-foot outdoor Centennial Terrace complete our collection of function spaces at this spectacular Souther California conference center and hotel.

The adjoining 254 guest rooms in this UCLA hotel and the on-site restaurant and lounge complete the full-range of offerings that contribute to a successful event.

AFFILIATION & ELIGIBILITY POLICY

The UCLA Luskin Conference Center is designed to serve the needs of individuals and groups attending campus meetings or events; those doing business with UCLA entities; and University of California faculty, students, staff and other University affiliates.

All conferences, programs and events held at the Luskin Conference Center must have an eligible learning or educational purpose. Your request to reserve meeting space will be reviewed for approval to ensure the activity is in alignment with the University’s mission of teaching, research and service.