Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport remodels convention center

Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport in California completed the renovation of its convention center.  

The upscale meeting and convention venue is accessible to all of the greater Los Angeles area. The renovation of the 50,000-square-foot convention center includes the foyer, three built-in registration areas, Academy Ballroom, Vine A/B and Sunset A/B. As the largest self-contained meeting venue in the area, the convention center can accommodate up to 800 guests classroom style and 1,300 for banquets.

Contemporary décor is one of the highlights of this facility. When stepping into the Burbank meeting center, visitors are greeted by gray and blue hues accented by dark wood paneling that adorns the main foyer. Easily accessible load-in and load-out access, a new wireless Internet system with increased capacity, built-in rigging points and more parking are among the newer aspects of the hotel.

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The Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport at 2500 N. Hollywood Way in Burbank, Calif., is located near Universal Studios and many of Hollywood's visitor attractions, including the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm. The hotel's eight floors include 395 rooms, 93 suites, 22 meeting rooms with 50,000 square feet of flexible event space, two concierge levels and on-site dining including the Daily Grill and Media Lounge. Complimentary shuttle service to and from Bob Hope Airport (BUR), two outdoor pools and a whirlpool are among other amenities available.

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