The LINE LA Est. 2014

3515 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States

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There's an unmistakable sense of "cool" at The Line Hotel, a mid-century building located in L.A.'s Koreatown. 
Welcome to Koreatown. Where decades of Korean, Latino, and American heritage collide to define a new Los Angeles experience. Together with designer Sean Knibb, the LINE Hotel, originally built in 1964, embraces its mid-century bones and culturally rich neighborhood to create an inspiring boutique hotel experience. A place of community and gathering, the LINE LA’s lobby welcomes travelers and neighbors alike. Between locally crafted dishes, a shop locally-curated by art and design collective Poketo, and nightlife vibes designed by the Houston Brothers, the LINE delivers a rich, layered, urban experience unlike any other in Los Angeles.
The Lowdown
Type
Ballroom
Boutique Hotel
Historic Building
Other
Views
Cityscape
Historical Monument
Skyline
Style
Eclectic
Industrial
Mid-Century Modern
Modern
Retro
BEST type of CELEBRATIONS
Birthday Party
Charity Event
Corporate Event
Dinner Party
Holiday Party
LGBT Weddings
Rehearsal Dinner / Welcome Reception
Retreats: Corporate, Spa, Wellness, Etc.
Social Event
Wedding Ceremony
Wedding Reception
Workshops: Creative, Photo, Etc.

Venue Setting

The LINE LA is a hotel collaboration by the Sydell Group with modern interiors by Sean Knibb, food and beverage by Michelin starred Chef Josiah Citrin, a lounge by Koreatown natives, The Houston Brothers and a lifestyle boutique shop by design collective Poketo.
Fees
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range

Does this include catering fees?

Yes

Estimated Price Per Head

from $80 to $150

Additional Charges

LINE Events will have certain food and beverage minimums, which are exclusive of 24% service charge and 9.6% sales tax

Insurance

Additional Insurance May Be Required Depending On The Event

Capacity

Seated
320
Buffet
320
Standing
800
Celebrations Hosted Here Since
2014
Curfew
2 AM
Venue Spaces
Indoor & Outdoor Venue Spaces Available
Catering
Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue
Alcohol
Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services
Corkage/Bottle Fee – You Can Bring Your Own Alcohol For A Fee
Music
Indoors & Outdoors
Smoking
Designated Smoking Areas Only
Accommodations
With 384 guest rooms, The LINE hotel draws inspiration from the culture of Los Angeles. Designer Sean Knibb has created modern interiors with subtle local influences and handmade furnishings from his Venice Beach studio. Each room features floor-to-ceiling views of Los Angeles.
Pet-Friendly Events
Yes
Handicap Accessible
Yes
Amenities
  • A/V Equipment
  • Bridal Suite/Changing Rooms Onsite
  • Valet Parking
  • Wifi
  • Ample Parking Onsite
  • Dining Chairs
  • Dining Tables
  • Onsite Restrooms
Venue Features
The Scene:
Home to Southern California’s highest concentration of restaurants, bars and businesses, Koreatown is 24/7. central to Downtown (3 miles), Hollywood (3 miles), Silver Lake (3.5 miles) and Beverly Hills (6 miles), the metro purple line is directly across the street from The Line Hotel. Nearby destinations include Paramount Studios, Griffith Park, LA Convention Center, Staples Center, and LACMA. Even closer are the Wiltern Theatre, Wi Spa, Mapo, Chapman Plaza and BCD Tofu House.
Design:

Designed in 1964 by architects Daniel Mann Johnson + Mendenhall, the iconic building sits in Koreatown a cultural epicenter to Los Angeles. Sean Knibb, best known for his award winning landscape design and A-Frame Restaurant, has designed modern, characterful interiors. Each area is appointed with hand-selected, custom-designed furnishings from Knibb’s studio, various objets d’art, and original artwork by local artists.

The hotel’s setting on Wilshire and Normandie is a true epicenter of metropolitan Los Angeles, just minutes from Beverly Hills, Hollywood and downtown, there isn’t another location so central to all of LA’s attractions.
Standout Venue Features:
The greenhouse-situated Openaire features California-inspired cooking by two star Michelin Chef (and native Angeleno) Josiah Citrin, he works with the best of California’s ingredients from land and sea. After two decades spent in the Los Angeles fine dining world, Openaire is an accessible take on his award-winning, California-driven sensibilities. Presented in shareable formats, embracing each season, and celebrating the melting pot that is LA: Openaire is an oasis of green in the heart of Koreatown.
Awards & Notables Mentionable Awards;
The Hottest New Hotel in Los Angeles" by InStyle
The World's Most Amazing Hotel Penthouses" by Conde Nast Traveler

News Releases and Cultural Programming Featuring:
Arts and Design - Food and Drink - Voices - Style - Happenings https://www.thelinehotel.com/news-from-here/
Celebration Locations
Gramercy Ballroom:
With movable glass walls looking out to a greenery-filled garden, the ballroom is our largest single gathering space and can handle any variety of events from meetings to weddings to premier parties. At 4,081 sq. feet, the space can also be divided into three individual rooms each with independent access to an indoor/outdoor foyer and garden.
- View: Natural light
- Max Capacity: 425
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Shatto Ballroom:
With its soaring 16-foot ceilings, the Shatto Ballroom works equally well for elegant social events or corporate meetings. At 2,440 sq. feet, the ballroom can accommodate events up to 250 people and meetings for 200.
- View: no view
- Max Capacity: 150
- Price: Join the party and sign in to view pricing
Eats & Drinks
Food, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars & Lounges
Food, Restaurants, Cafes:

OPENAIRE
At Openaire, two Michelin star Chef Josiah Citrin works with the best of California’s ingredients from land and sea. After two decades spent in the Los Angeles fine dining world, Openaire is an accessible take on his award-winning, California-driven sensibilities. Presented in shareable formats, embracing each season, and celebrating the melting pot that is LA: Openaire is an oasis of green in the heart of Koreatown.

LOBBY BAR
Just the classics – with a Koreatown twist. Lobby Bar is a gathering spot for locals and travelers alike, and an unpretentious hang that keeps the good stuff simple. With a desert-island-lineup of cocktails by celebrated barman (aka Sydell’s James Beard award-winning VP of Food & Beverage) Leo Robitschek, each drink veers off course – in the very best way – with nods to surrounding K-Town, Angeleno inspirations, and chill retro vibes.

ALFRED
But first, coffee… with beloved LA-based caffeine purveyors Alfred serving coffee, their signature matcha, and easy food to take away in the lobby. Stay a while, why don’t you?

Bars & Lounges:
BREAK ROOM 86
Having grown up in K-town in the 80s, brothers Mark and Jonnie Houston have created a time warp of a bar that takes guests back a few decades, complete with live performances, guest DJs, karaoke suites (yes – karaoke suites), a dance floor, nostalgia-inducing cocktails, and boozy push-pops.

KISS KISS BANG BANG
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is a deco-disco dreamscape brought to you by the Houston Brothers. This is their third concept at the LINE LA – sliding up alongside the ‘80s-soaked nostalgia machine Break Room 86 and the exclusive suite experience, The Speek. The brothers are creating an homage to the glitz and glam of the disco era, combined with a Gatsby-esque decadence of the roaring 20s.
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This Fun Pop-Up Bar Is Serving a Punchbowl Cocktail Called "Hey Bae"
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The LINE LA

3515 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States



We've all heard of pop-up shops and probably have made it to a couple featuring your favorite brands. But what about a pop-up cocktail club? The LINE in LA's Koreatown, thought just that when they launched their new bar program not too long ago. They called in the Happy Hour Agency to design and produce the experience after meeting them at another pop-up a couple years back. Situated at The LINE's lobby bar, the menu has fun drinks like "The Hey Bae" that's served in a punch bowl. We caught up with The LINE about the new experience and how they are providing "a platform for our community to express themselves creatively." 


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See How The LINE Hotel is Bringing Together Creatives with Their "Dinner With Strangers" Series
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The LINE LA

3515 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States



Known for being a place of community + gathering, The LINE Hotel welcomes travelers and neighbors alike to their “haven for creative expression” in Koreatown, Los Angeles. This summer, The LINE hosted a dinner series, aptly named “Dinner with Strangers,” that gathered influencers from all corners of the creative industry to share a meal and conversation.

The goal: to bring big thinkers together to dine and ideate on what makes a space great. The “Dinner with Strangers” series not only encouraged strangers to become friends, but also enabled a dialogue for the hotel’s team to learn more about how influencers view communal spaces, including hotels and restaurants, what qualities make a gathering space great and also what features make someone want to stay in one venue over another. The diners agreed, ambiance and emotional connection play a big role in deciding on where to stay and play.

Photography by Gia Trimble

 

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Pool Float Product Launch
Pool Party Product Launch With the Ban.do Babes at The Line Hotel
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The LINE LA

3515 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States

When one of the coolest, serious-about-fun, girl-led, bad-a** brands in LA approaches you to help them find the most perfect poolside to host their summer product launch soiree, well, if you're us, you roll up yo sleeves and set to one heckuva hot venue search for a "rosé all day".kinda spot.  We'd been fans of the indomintable Jen Gotch and the Ban.do #girlgang for some time, so when the opportunity came about to work together, we knew that hotline bling could only mean one thing.... FUN, and lots of it (ok, ok and lots of neon and pool floats). We knew we needed to find the ultimate location that would show off not only the new Outdoor FUN line of products we'd been dreaming of, posting about and well coveting in a maaaaaajor way for all of our poolside par-TAYs, but the inherent spirit of design and forward-thinking so prevalent in the Ban.do brand. When you NEED a floral day planner, neon bendy straws, rainbow unicorn pool float and an "I Heart Pina Coladas" ring, you know you're onto something special. 

If all the world is a stage, then certainly the venue is the massively important opening act. A hop, skip and a quick cannonball from the heart of Tinseltown in Koreatown we fell in perfect step with the The Line Hotel,  where an unmistakable sense of "cool" and "fun" emanates from it's mid-century bones and it's pedigree reflects the heartbeat of the vibrant city it stands prominently and proudly in the middle of. Perfect.

 

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