The UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center is an IACC-Certified Property
What is the IACC certification and why is it important?
Quite simply, the IACC (International Association of Conference Centers) certification is a seal of exceptional quality. It’s a global badge of honor that is trusted by meeting planners and the hospitality industry worldwide.
To become an IACC-certified venue, members must demonstrate a commitment to the highest standards in design, facilities, and services – as well as meet technology and sustainability criteria. Candidate members go through a thorough application and inspection process to ensure these rigorous standards set by the association are met.
This IACC certification acknowledges that the UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center is best-in-class, having successfully met IACC quality standards and demonstrated IACC best practices. This certification further supports that the Luskin Conference Center is committed to the “all-important passion to deliver innovative and exceptional meeting experiences.” In fact, the Luskin Conference Center was designed with this certification in mind from the outset, aspiring to be one of the most innovative, forward-thinking, and results-driven meeting venues in the industry, thus providing assurance to those seeking the same when planning their meetings. This certification lends support to the Luskin Conference Center’s reputation as being one of the best Southern California hotels.