Discover the Valley
Meeting Facts in the Valley
Meetings In-Style And On-Budget In The San Fernando Valley
The San Fernando Valley is spacious, green, laid-back and has blue skies and warm weather year-round. In addition to broad streets, abundant parking and small, unpretentious, economical meeting and event venues and restaurants, the Valley also has sophisticated hotels and sleek alternative event venues and conference centers. Countless bustling restaurants line Ventura Blvd. and the NoHo Arts District is a vital creative hub. Meetings and events in the San Fernando Valley offer unparalleled value for quality, with business centers and conference hotels boasting some of the largest inventory of meeting spaces in the LA area. To learn more, visit discoverlosangeles.com/explore/regions/valley
The Valley offers proximity to major industrial hubs, including some of the largest film and television studios, as well as aerospace and defense contracting, insurance, pharmaceutical and tech companies. Improved public transit now crosses the entire Valley from east to west, and connects to the Metro Red Line Subway into Downtown and Metrolink regional train service, and the Orange Line busway crosses the entire Valley and connects to the Red Line, making it easier than ever to get around. Fast, direct air service connects many domestic locations across the U.S. straight into Burbank Airport in the Valley. Van Nuys Airport is the nation’s largest general aviation airport and is a top choice for executive and charter jets.
Inventory - Hotels in the Valley
Hotels in the Valley range from brand names like Hilton and Marriott to luxury boutique hotels and historic properties.
- 9 hotels
- 2,552 guestrooms
- 102 meeting rooms
- 4 ballrooms over 6,000 sq. ft.
Arts & Culture
The Valley offers an impressively eclectic collection of museums, theatres and cultural institutions, many of which are available for events.
Dining: Restaurants in the Valley
The Valley has many hidden dining gems offering high-quality food with a laid-back ambiance, reasonable prices, and lots of outdoor dining. Ventura Blvd.’s “sushi row” is largely responsible for popularizing sushi in the United States, and still has some of the top-rated sushi spots in Southern California, and the Valley has some of the best Mexican restaurants in the region. New, high-quality restaurants are opening every month catering to a wide variety of tastes. To learn more visit discoverlosangeles.com/blog/definitive-guide-san-fernando-valley
Alternative Meeting Venues - Room to Roam in the Valley
Quality meets quantity in the San Fernando Valley, where plenty of venues can provide the perfect place for your product launch, reception, banquet or conference for exceptional value.
- 8 meeting venues
- 5 available for buyout for large groups or events
The Valley’s attractions range from the brilliant natural beauty of the wetlands at Sepulveda Dam Recreation Area, to VIP tours and live tapings of your favorite TV shows at Warner Bros. Studios.
Shopping options abound in the San Fernando Valley, where the modern shopping mall was born. Malls all across the Valley have become little downtown centers in their own right and offer top name brand outlets.
- Sherman Oaks Galleria Mall
- Ventura Blvd.
- Westfield Fashion Square
- Northridge Fashion Center
- Westfield Topanga
- Burbank Town Center