Los Angeles is the epicenter of the entertainment world, home to Hollywood legends and iconic landmarks such as Sunset Boulevard and Rodeo Drive, the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Kodak Theater. While the city is all these things, it is also a thriving metropolitan bonanza of art and culture, world-class museums, innovative restaurants and architecture, a diverse mix of cultures and cuisines, offering unparalleled venue selections, as well as unlimited catering, sightseeing, and entertainment options for your next corporate event.

Los Angeles is unique in that it offers the natural beauty and mild climate of the Pacific coast alongside the sophistication of one of the world’s largest cities. Daytime activities could therefore vary widely: an afternoon on the famed beaches of Santa Monica or Malibu; or an afternoon at The Getty Center or Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. In a city built on imagination, the possibilities for theme parties and tours are essentially endless. From the sophisticated Downtown center to trendy Hollywood — sunny beach cities to the glamour of Beverly Hills and the thrill of major movie studios, you will find an unparalleled range of destination experiences.

With state of the art convention services, airline hubs and convenient luxury transportation, Los Angeles offers easy access to its vast metro area and generous offerings.

At AlliedPRA Los Angeles we know there is one chance to get it right, by providing the knowledge, and just the right elements from the city’s vast options to create that once in a lifetime memory. Our creative and enthusiastic destination management professionals are dedicated to making the flawless execution of your event appear effortless.

Destinations we serve: Los Angeles, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Malibu, Rancho Palos Verdes, Long Beach, Pasadena, Westlake Village

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Top things to do

Paradise Cove

The Beach Cafe is the only restaurant in Malibu right on the sand with its own private beach & cove. Paradise Cove is where lots of movies, TV shows and television commercials have been filmed.

Trapeze on Santa Monica Pier

Swing into action on a flying trapeze — available to anyone who seeks inspiration, challenge, fitness or just a couple hours of unique fun. Flying trapeze options include classes for all levels (first-timers and beginners welcome).

Horseback to Hollywood Sign

Take a guided horseback trail ride to the top of Mt. Hollywood, up close to the famous Hollywood Sign, past Griffith Observatory and overlooking the best panoramic views of Los Angeles!

Art Walk LA

Downtown celebrates art every 2nd Thursday on the month. The free, self-guided, public art phenomenon known as The Downtown Art Walk brings together art lovers and community friends to the ever evolving downtown Los Angeles.

Farmers Market

It features more than 100 restaurants, grocers, and tourist shops. Dozens of vendors serve many kinds of food – both American cuisine from local farmers and restaurants and Los Angeles’ variety of local ethnic foods from the many immigrant communities of Los Angeles.

Summer Sessions Outdoor Music at the Getty Center

Enjoy outdoor music and evening views of the city and drink in the refreshing summer exhibitions in a casual and spontaneous atmosphere.

Olvera Street

Olvera Street, the vibrant internationally renowned Marketplace, is located in the El Pueblo De Los Angeles Historical Monument. Olvera Street is a living museum paying homage to a romantic vision of old Mexico.

Malibu Wineries

Over the past twenty years, numerous boutique wineries have taken root in the fertile mountains in Malibu. The wine lovers of Los Angeles are beginning to discover these well-kept local secrets. It’s only a short drive to sip some great wines and enjoy an ocean view.

Griffith Observatory Hike

Hiking to the Griffith Observatory offers the best views of the LA Basin and the Hollywood sign. They offer many hiking trails for all types of hikers. The Trails Café is a great meeting place to begin and end your hike and to grab a bite to eat!

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

One of the world’s most fascinating landmarks, Hollywood Forever Cemetery is the final resting place to more of Hollywood’s founders and stars than anywhere else on earth.

Top places to eat


Spago Beverly Hills has become one of the most famous restaurants in the world. The chef who put California cuisine on the map, Wolfgang Puck, shook the culinary world with his designer pizzas and daring food combinations.

The Lobster

Rich in history, “The Lobster” stands as a tribute to the family that built its reputation where guests will enjoy serious seafood and a sunset set-up that blows all others out of the water!

Hinoki & The Bird

Taking worldly cues from Chef David Myers’ nomadic travels throughout southeast Asia, Hinoki & the Bird is a colorful kaleidoscope where bright flavors and a modern California sensibility harmoniously collide. It is a great hidden gem in Century City.

Fig & Olive

Executive Chef Pascal Lorange’s eatery is a must for stars like Amanda Seyfried and Robert Downey Jr. Fig & Olive’s signature dishes embody passion for the best olive oils and cuisine from the Mediterranean region.


Considered one of the top 10 best new restaurants by Los Angeles Magazine in 2013, Bestia packs the hippest crowds. Chef Ori maintains an aggressive house-cured meat program with over 60 different forms of charcuterie.


A.O.C. is a small plates restaurant driven by locally sourced seasonal ingredients. Their California French cuisine was developed by Chef Suzanne Goin, and has some Mediterranean influences as well. We highly recommend ordering the bacon-wrapped dates.


Inspired by the natural abundance of coastal living, Providence is a fine dining destination offering an array of the world’s premium wild seafood and shellfish presented in their purest and simplest forms. It is the best reviewed seafood on the West Coast.

The Polo Lounge

If there’s any Tinseltown breakfast joint or watering hole that forever retains its power, glamour and allure, it’s The Polo Lounge. Part of The Polo Lounge’s long-standing appeal is that it has always been one of the prime sites where movie business is done.


Located in the Hollywood Hills, Yamashiro Restaurant has a spectacular view, cultured cuisine, and is a “must” for an enchanting dinner experience. During the “Golden Age” of Hollywood, it served as the ultra-exclusive “Club of the Four Hundred” for Hollywood’s most famous stars and movie moguls.


Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, Citizen is a social dining experience featuring a New American menu created by Chef Seth Greenburg, highlighting the global flavors of LA. Their cocktails draw inspiration from iconic 1960s Americana and feature transportive tiki attributes. The interior of the restaurant hints at the rebellious style and glamour of 1960s Beverly Hills. As the former location of celebrity tailor Jack Taylor, the restaurant echoes a bespoke sense of quality that feels suited to every guest. Adding to the atmosphere is a large open-air lounge and fire pit that plays host to the evening’s cocktail party. They say if you spend enough time in a particular restaurant or bar, you become a citizen there.

Top places to stay

JW Marriott/Ritz Carlton LA Live

The focal point of L.A. LIVE, offering guests a front-row seat to this emerging entertainment, sports and dining epicenter. Guests at the hotel also enjoy an unmatched location for attending events at the STAPLES Center, Nokia Theatre, Club Nokia, the GRAMMY Museum, Conga Room, and much more.

Terranea Resort

The Terranea Resort is one of the finest oceanfront resorts ever created on the California coast. The crystalline ocean waters of the Pacific, the idyllic coastal micro-climate and stunning views of the coast are just some of the reasons Terranea is quickly becoming a much coveted jewel of Southern California.

W Hollywood

W Hollywood is ready for its close-up, striking a pose in the epicenter of the entertainment capital where glitz, glamour, glorious sunshine, power shopping, vibrant dining, world-class culture and cutting-edge style headline the marquee.

Beverly Hilton

Opened in 1955 by Conrad Hilton, The Beverly Hilton has combined the excitement of Hollywood with the elegance of Beverly Hills for 50 years. With nearly 175 red carpet events each year, including the Golden Globe Awards, The Beverly Hilton has long been the place to see and be seen.

Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills

Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills ( A Four Season Hotel), is a history-rich luxury hotel located in the heart of Beverly Hills, just steps from Rodeo Drive. Enjoy warm, hospitable service, Michelin-starred fine-dining restaurants, and a world-class spa at this iconic hotel.

Roosevelt Hotel

Located in the heart of Hollywood on the Walk of Fame across from the Grauman’s Chinese Theater, The Roosevelt stands out among Hollywood Blvd. hotels, housing some of the hottest drinking and eating venues on the west coast.

SLS Beverly Hills

An Enviable Locale, ideally situated at the crossroads of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, the SLS Hotel is a landmark of sleek sophistication, just steps from The Beverly Center, the sparkling storefronts of Rodeo Drive, and favorite celebrity haunts.

Fairmont Miramar Hotels and Bungalows

The Fairmont Miramar Hotel Santa Monica has served as an exclusive playground for Hollywood celebrities, and a quiet retreat for guests since 1921. The Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows offers 302 guestrooms and 32 luxurious poolside bungalows, the only accommodations of this type in Santa Monica.

Beverly Hills Hotel

Referred to locally as “The Pink Palace” The Beverly Hills Hotel is a place to see and be seen, to catch glimpses of famous faces, or to revel in splendid luxury. It was the first historic landmark in Beverly Hills and many Hollywood legends have frequently stayed in their Bungalows.

Sunset Tower Hotel

Its dramatic setting on the Sunset Strip and elegant Art Deco styling, together with its proximity to famous restaurants and nightclubs of the 1930s & 1940s, contributed to its landmark status. The Sunset Tower is a Hollywood landmark, and up until the 1950’s it was as much a tourist attraction as the Hollywood sign itself.