Plan Your Year-End Meeting and Take Advantage of Great Seasonal Rates
End-of-the-year meetings are the ideal time to gather your team for inspiration and engagement, while focusing squarely on future goals. Whether your objective is to reflect on the year’s accomplishments, evaluate areas for improvement, or tackle a training session, the UCLA Luskin Conference Center has a superb space to suit your needs. And believe it or not, the time to start planning your year-end event is today.
Right now, our Sales Team is offering tempting seasonal rates beginning at $199 per night for overnight accommodations when you book a winter meeting, conference, training or retreat for certain dates within the months of November and December.
From the 7,800-square-foot Centennial Ballroom to our more intimate boardrooms, every thoughtfully-planned meeting space offers integrated audio-visual services and enriching amenities (think fully-stocked energy stations with healthy snacks and free-trade coffee). Best of all, your entire group can stay on-site in one of the Luskin Conference Center’s 254 graciously-appointed guest rooms.*
Located in the heart of the renowned UCLA campus in one of the most vibrant cities in the world, the conference center has enviable, modern accommodations and other perks — like our lively on-site restaurant and lounge, Plateia, where you can enjoy a specially crafted cocktail and discuss the days events over an amazing meal. With close proximity to all the campus (and L.A.) has to offer, there’s a vast array of things to do outside of your meeting such as: taking a stroll over to the nearby UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame, visiting the Fowler and Hammer Museums, seeing a performance at Royce Hall, or exercising your legs and eyes with a self-guided walking map of all of UCLA’s gardens. This — and more — make it a great place to treat your group to an event they’ll be talking about well into 2019.
Contact us today to start planning your most successful event yet of 2018!
* For new meeting programs booked after August 1, 2018.
Photo by Jeff Share.