New and Renovated: These Spaces are Made for Meetin’…

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Four new and renovated venues and suites in West Hollywood, Philadelphia and Montgomery, Texas.

Citizen News, West Hollywood, California

Once home to the newspaper of the same name, this 88-year-old building is now home to more than 15,000 sq. ft. of event space across two floors, between the recently opened Thompson Hollywood and the soon-to-open Tommie Hollywood. On the second floor sits a 10,000-square-foot space for 750 people, plus a 14-seat boardroom. The space will soon also be home to Italian restaurant Mother Wolf.

Boathouse Bar & Lounge at Margaritaville Lake Resort, Montgomery, Texas

The latest addition to Margaritaville’s now five F&B options features a perfect Lone Star State stew of delicious food and fun. In addition to its Texas-influenced small bites and signature dishes, the restaurant also features a stage, dance floor, sports simulator for rounds of golf and a 20-person suite. Just beyond await the property’s 335 guest rooms, including 32 lakefront cottages and more than 72,000 sq. ft. of meeting space.

Panorama Suite at Andaz West Hollywood, California

This 240-room Los Angeles-area property renovated its 1,700-square-foot suite, which features two bedrooms, a full kitchen, dining area and a balcony with views of famed Sunset Boulevard. While the suite is available for overnight stays, it’s also ready for private events and corporate get-togethers. An additional 11,300 sq. ft. of meeting space includes the 3,600-square-foot outdoor Sundeck.

Live! Event Center at Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia

A warmly welcomed 15,000 sq. ft. of meeting space has been added to this 208-room Live! property, the third to open by the brand. This event space comes in the form of the 10,000-square-foot Market Ballroom, two 100-person rooms and three boardrooms; there are 11 locations to dine, as well. Placed within Philadelphia’s Stadium District, attendees will be near many more restaurants, bars and entertainment opportunities.

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