InterContinental Los Angeles Century City
We had our reception and ceremony at the hotel. Everything was beautiful. The hotel staff was very accomodating to our needs.
we got married here this year and i hate to say this but i really regret it. we are still dealing with a mess of charges. not to mention alot of other little things that went wrong. the person we were dealing with was not very responsive i had a bad feeling once we started working together but we already gave our deposit and i just wanted to have faith. one of the main things that really upset us was we purchased a "premium" bar thinking they would serve grey goose and other premium liquors like they did at the two weddings we went to visit there. instead they served absolute and other pretty cheap liquors. what can we do since the night already passed! then they charged an extra $1200 to my credit card saying we had more guests when we know we actually had less. we were supposed to get a refund. i asked them how they came up with this figure and to provide some proof such as a count of the actual meals served. i would think they would have something in writing. it's been weeks and they've yet to answer us on this only saying the banquet manager counted the number of chairs. overall i get the feeling they are a tacky establishment, trying to get in extra charges and serving cheap alcohol. for the price you're going to end up paying 175+ pp i would recommend go somewhere else!! where they have a better ballroom, this one is really dingy, a better garden/courtyard (this one doesnt have any flowers and it's super windy) and most importantly better service!
We booked the venue back when it was still a Hyatt property and Dianne Greenburg was the catering director. She was was awesome and over the top accomodating. Sadly, she was not there when the big day arrived. Instead, Arthur Sands took care of us. He was accomodating but lacked the enthusiam we loved about Dianne. The venue itself was beautiful. The garden where the ceremony took place is really lovely. The service and food were excellent on the day of the event. The bridal changing suite left something to be desired. The honeymoon suite included in the package was very nice and they send up strawberries and champagne.
We had our wedding in 2006 when this hotel was called the Park Hyatt Century City. The catering staff has not changed, I have been told. The service at this hotel was wonderful. When we began planning the reception, we met with a catering employee who was just amazing. She unfortunateley left prior to our wedding but she put us in good hands with the head catering manager, Arthur Sands. He was very accomodating answered all of our questions and gave us suggestions that worked well with what we wanted. He let us bring in our own wedding cake baked by a family friend along with 10 sheet cakes that the kitchen staff cut and served to our guests. We got so many complements on the appetizers, the waiters did not have a chance to walk around and our guests mobbed them to get a serving. Dinner was delicious too. The let us serve an alcoholic drink that is popular in our culture and let us use our own personalized napkins. We were very happy, the staff was wonderful and so flexible. I was also able to come the day prior to the wedding to drop off the favors, cakes and other things that were needed for the wedding. I was also able to meet the head chef who would be cooking our reception dinner. They gave me and DH a huge room to get ready in, it was not a bedroom, more like a smaller conference room but it had a large bathroom and a ton of table space.
Our stunning garden provides a unique, breathtaking backdrop for your ceremony and cocktail reception before you and your guests move inside to our elegant Grand Salon ballroom for dinner and dancing.
Dedicated wedding professionals are on hand to ensure your wedding runs smoothly so you can relax and enjoy every moment of your special day. We offer a selection of wedding packages from $140 inclusive per person, up to $200 inclusive per person. Please contact us for further details and to create a package tailored exclusively to your needs.
All wedding packages include a night stay in one of our luxurious suites, and we also offer special rates for your out-of-town guests.
Minutes from Beverly Hills and close to Santa Monica, the luxurious urban oasis of InterContinental Los Angeles is the ultimate wedding destination!
InterContinental Los Angeles offers you the convenience of having both your ceremony and your reception in a single, stunning location. Our tranquil garden provides the picture-perfect setting for saying "I do". The large lawn, bordered by flowers and trees, has a center stone pathway for your walk down the aisle to a raised natural altar that's ringed with flagstone. These beautifully manicured gardens hold up to 300 guests for a seated ceremony and reception.
Continue the celebration indoors, as you and your guests make your way to our Grand Salon Ballroom for a magnificent dinner, and of course dancing! With only one wedding taking place in a day, you and your guests will enjoy this entire wing of the hotel, moving easily from the foyer to the Grand Salon. The Grand Salon holds up to 300 guests with a dance floor. Staging and dancefloor are included in your wedding package.
Chef Jonathan Wood will work with you to create an exciting menu whether you fancy a brunch, buffet or tea, or an exquisite four-course meal. Creative and flexible, Chef Jonathan always ensures guests are treated to a sumptuous feast!