Fresh ballroom unveiled at Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel Los Angeles has emerged from a $1.3-million renovation.

The 25,000-square -foot space is one of the largest ballrooms in Los Angeles. The renovated space features all new carpet, paint and wall coverings throughout the California Level which includes the 25,000 square-foot Los Angeles Ballroom, the 23,000-square-foot California Showroom exhibition space, and a series of breakout rooms totaling 7,500 square feet of event and meeting space. Additionally, a complete overhaul of the hotels’ original 1966 chandeliers has been done.

The renovation was masterminded by Design 360 Unlimited based in Santa Monica, California, which was said to have found inspiration for the new design in the works of Ernst Haeckle, a late 19th century zoology professor known for his detailed illustration of organic forms.

The new design utilizes orange and mango tones with blue, gray and white accents. The 25,000 square-foot Los Angeles Ballroom boasts 17-foot ceilings and can accommodate interactive presentations of up to 2,100 in a theater-style set up, or a seated banquet for 1,800 guests. The Los Angeles Ballroom also divides into three sections.

The adjoining California Lounge serves as a pre-function area or individual function space, with capacity of up to 1,000 guests. A group of meeting rooms alongside the ballroom and pre-function space, the California Rooms, are designed to host any number of functions and configurations, with capacity from 18 to 300.

In total, The Century Plaza has more than 100,000 square-feet of indoor and outdoor reception and ballroom space on three levels. High-speed Internet access is available in all guestrooms and meeting rooms and the property boasts more than 200 data ports.

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