Since 1923, The Biltmore Los Angeles has been an iconic location for events and luxurious stays in the beloved city in Southern California. Filled with the elegance and glamour of Old Hollywood, the Biltmore continues to transport its guests and visitors back in time while also offering today’s modern luxuries. The Biltmore has been a venue and hotel of choice for many years for celebrities and presidents and has served as the stunning backdrop for many Hollywood productions. If you are looking for a glamorous and sophisticated Los Angeles wedding venue, the Biltmore Los Angeles might just be the perfect location for you and we’re highlighting a few of their stunning event spaces below!
Boasting 6,300 square feet of magnificent event space, the Crystal Ballroom can hold up to 800 guests and features a hand painted 30 foot ceiling. Balconies, Austrian crystal chandeliers, and opulent furnishings make this grand ballroom elegant as can be.
The Gold Room is over 5,900 square feet and can accommodate up to 350 guests for dining and dancing! This split level ballroom has breathtaking golf-coffered ceilings and luxurious details that are to bring a glamorous yet elegant ambiance to any event hosted within it!
Aside from being a stunning location in general, choosing the Biltmore Los Angeles means choosing to make a Los Angeles icon and piece of history be part of your own personal history too! Construction began on the Biltmore in 1922 and was completed in a record-breaking 18 months! Close to 3,000 people attended the opening day of the Biltmore in October of 1923 and the guest list included some of Hollywood’s elite members of the time. In 1927 the Crystal Ballroom became known as “the birthplace of Oscar” after the original sketch of the Oscar Statuette was drawn on a Biltmore napkin during a banquet. The Biltmore went on to become hosts of the Academy Awards eight separate times over the course of the 1930s-1940s. The Biltmore has also been home to political gatherings and was the headquarters for the 1960 Democratic Convention and was also the location Reagan gave his victory speech in 1966 when he was elected Governor of California. In 1969 the Biltmore Los Angeles was officially designated as a Historic Monument by the Cultural Heritage Board of L.A. From the 1970s to current day, the Biltmore has continued to be a shining example of hospitality and timeless elegance and is one of the top five filming locations in Los Angeles. The iconic establishment attracts both locals and tourists, dignitaries, and Hollywood stars.
The Biltmore Los Angeles offers the very best accommodations, culinary expertise, and wedding experts who are there to help you plan your memorable day! Elysium Productions would love to capture every detail of your wedding day in this iconic location. Visit our portfolio of Biltmore weddings for more inspiration!