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The City of Angels is the largest city in California and second largest in the United States. Founded in 1781 it was part of Mexico and later was purchased along with the rest of California following the Mexican-American War. Los Angeles includes the entertainment center of Hollywood. When you head to Los Angeles, Exhibit Deals will be there for you to help you with trade show and exhibit needs whether that’s a large graphic, a simple sign or an elaborate display. Give Exhibit Deals a call at (866) 577-DEAL to get started on the plans for your next successful event. Exhibit Deals provided the information on this page about the City of Los Angeles.

Trade Show Products

When in need of a full-service provider for your trade show or exhibit design, you need look no further than Exhibit Deals. Whatever your need for an event, from a table top display to a modular pop-up exhibit system or more, Exhibit Deals can provide that along with an array of other trade show display products. This and more comes to you at competitive prices.

Trade Show Rentals

If your budget doesn’t allow for the purchase of your display or if you only require that display for one event, then Exhibit Deals can set you up with an equipment rental plan to make your trade show and exhibit the perfect experience.

Check out Exhibitdeal.com to get a good idea of what is available and to find the products and the services that can be tailored to your company’s needs.

Convention Centers

Los Angeles Convention Center

The Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) was originally opened in 1971. It was expanded in 1993 and again in 1997. It is one of the largest convention centers in the United States. In 2008 the Los Angeles Convention Center was the first to achieve certification in Leadership of Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Existing Buildings.



The LACC has over 720,000 square feet of exhibit space and 147,000 square feet of meeting space. This includes a 299 seat theater. The LACC has 64 meeting rooms and three food courts.

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Web: http://www.lacclink.com/
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 213.741.1151


Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, California 90015

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The Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites

Easily one of the most identifiable buildings on the Los Angeles skyline, the Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites is located in the financial district of Los Angeles. It is convenient to both the Los Angeles Convention Center and the STAPLES sports arena. Guest rooms have floor-to-ceiling views of Los Angeles.



The Westin Bonaventure offers 114,000 square feet of meeting space, including 30 meeting rooms. It has the largest ballroom in the city of Los Angeles and is the city's largest convention hotel.

Web: http://www.thebonaventure.com
Email:[email protected]
Phone: 213.624.1000


The Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites
404 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071

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Los Angeles gets plenty of sunshine with an average of only 35 days of rain. Summers are warm and dry and the coldest month of January sees temperatures dropping only to the upper 50s. Temperatures can vary dramatically between regions of the city.

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Upcoming Trade Shows and Conferences in Los Angeles

Follow this link for a list of current trade shows and events in Los Angeles.


Transportation & Reach

Los Angeles is accessible by Air through Los Angeles County Metropolitan Airport, by sea through the Port of Los Angeles and is served by a major network of freeways and highways. Los Angeles traffic has been rated the most congested per daily traveler in the United States. Interstate 5 runs through Los Angeles between the Canadian border, along the coast through San Diego and into Mexico. Interstate 10 runs from Los Angeles east to Jacksonville, Florida.

Los Angeles International Airport

Los Angeles International Airport is the sixth busiest commercial airport in the world. It is a hub for United Airlines.

Train Transportation to Los Angeles

Los Angeles is served by Amtrak via the Texas Eagle from Chicago through Texas, the Sunset Limited from New Orleans, the San Joaquin from San Francisco as well as the Coast Starlight from Seattle.

Local Transportation in Los Angeles

Buses: The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority operates the city's bus system which has an annual ridership of some 30.5 million, making it the second busiest in the country.

Trains: The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority also operates the subway which is the ninth busiest in the U.S. Metrolink connects Los Angeles to neighboring counties and suburbs. Amtrak also provides inter-city passenger trains.

Other: Los Angeles is notorious for freeway and highway congestion. Taxis are available at the airports and major destinations as well as downtown. The Port of Los Angeles World Cruise Center served some 800,000 passengers in 2009.

Hotel Accommodations in Los Angeles

There are more than 97,000 hotel rooms in the Los Angeles region ranging from budget to five-star accommodations.

Los Angeles, California Hotels & Rates

Entertainment and Sightseeing

Major Attractions: Landmarks in Los Angeles include Grauman's Chinese Theatre, the Hollywood Sign, Hollywood Boulevard, the Hollywood Bowl, the Staples Center, Dodger Stadium and the Walt Disney Concert Hall.


Major Entertainment: One of every six residents in Los Angeles works in a creative industry, making it the "Creative Capital of the World." Entertainment venues include The Walt Disney Concert Hall which houses the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Other groups include Center Theatre Group, the Los Angeles Master Chorale and the Los Angeles Opera. The city is the home of the oldest film school in the United States, the USC School of Cinematic Arts and host the annual Academy Awards.


Shopping in Los Angeles: Some of the most famous and glamorous shopping in the country is available on Rodeo Drive, Melrose Avenue and Robertson Boulevard in Los Angeles. It's not uncommon to see the rich and famous shopping in these areas. Downtown offers the LA Fashion District or there are shopping centers like The Grove, Beverly Center or Santa Monica Place. Outlet shopping is available in Desert Hills, Ontario Mills, the Citadel and in Camarillo.

Excursions from Los Angeles: Los Angeles is large enough that you don't really need to leave the city to find plenty to do. But easy day trips include visits to Vasquez Rocks State Park, Malibu Wine Country, Naples and Long Beach and Huntington Beach, also known as "Surf City, USA."

Food & Beverages: Los Angeles cuisine may be known for burritos, pastrami and burgers, but the food is really a mixture of the various ethnic communities, young chefs and the port access to fish and spices from around the world. Still for "traditional" LA food, don't miss a Burger from the In-n-Out restaurant, a Chili dog from Pink's or a French dip from Phillipe's.

Helpful Phoenix Websites

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