When planning a school trip, company outing, or group visit to the Los Angeles Convention Center, you’re better off hiring a Los Angeles charter bus company than trying to handle transportation logistics yourself. In such a large and crowded city, your group will thank you for booking a shuttle service to handle transportation, instead of dealing with carpooling and separate parking.
The Los Angeles Convention Center was designed by Charles Luckman and opened in 1971. Since then, it has been expanded upon three times. The green glass and white steel frames featured on the Convention Center Annex were designed by architect James Ingo Freed. In 1983 a tornado damaged the roof and upper-level panels. It took $3 million to repair the damage.
In September of 2008, the Los Angeles Convention Center was certified as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) building. It was the first building of its age and size in Los Angeles to be LEED certified and the first convention center in the US to be certified. Since then, they have also become a plastic straw-free facility, leading the charge in sustainability efforts.The Anschutz Entertainment Group now manages the Convention Center.
Group transport to the Los Angeles Convention Center can be easy and stress-free when you book a Los Angeles shuttle service to handle transportation logistics for your group. If you have a low-maintenance group like a school field trip or family outing, consider booking a school bus to get you to and from the Convention Center. No need to worry about parking or carpooling. Alternatively, you can book a minibus or coach bus for your business team or executive group.
The Los Angeles Convention center is located in Downtown Los Angeles so there is plenty to do and see nearby. Downtown LA is known as being a bustling metropolis of towering buildings, busy streets and industrial warehouses. You’ll see everything from professionals to hipsters and a variety of cultures and countries represented. The evolution of Downtown LA is often referred to as gentrification, as it’s inspired a recent uptick in loft construction, bars, hotels, and restaurants to satisfy the growing “foodie” scene in the area.
There are a number of cultural and sports venues downtown as well. Near the Convention Center you’ll also find the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California. Nearby hotels include the Luxe City Center Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton, and the JW Marriot.
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