Love is in the air
From intimate elopements to grand affairs, love wins HERE. The LINE LA’s iconic midcentury architecture, minimalist design, and abundance of lush open-air space set the perfect backdrop for celebrations with California soul.
Let's Plan Forever
We’re HERE to make your big day perfect. Allow our special events team to expertly handle all the details of your big day so that you and your loved ones can focus on what’s most important: making memories.
SET THE TABLE
Take your celebration to the next level with customizable wedding menus from two Michelin star Chef Josiah Citrin, whose commitment to seasonality and California ingredients will imbue your festivities with a true sense of place.
FIND THE ONE
There’s a place for every wedding at The LINE LA. Gather in Gramercy Ballroom for weddings for up to 250 people. Host an intimate ceremony or private send-off brunch in the open air of Gramercy Garden. Or take root in Openaire, with its overflowing greenery, natural light, and thoughtful design details sure to make any event unforgettable. Explore each of our wedding venues below.
At over 4,000 square feet, Gramercy Ballroom is our largest single gathering space and can handle a variety of events, from weddings to premier parties and more. The spacious room can also be divided into three individual rooms with independent access to an indoor/outdoor foyer and garden.
4,081 sq. ft.
Up to 300 people
Designed by architect Sean Knibb, the serene Gramercy Garden is the perfect escape for a breather or private conversation. Movable glass walls can create a unique indoor/outdoor space that can accommodate a reception for up to 100.
Up to 60 people
Located on the 2nd floor of the hotel, the Gramercy Terrace feels like a private sun deck, only larger. It’s a charming spot for small outdoor breakfasts, lunches, or intimate evening dinners and receptions.
Up to 25 people
Our 2nd floor outdoor pool deck is where food, drink, socializing, and relaxation really come together. Served by our adjacent greenhouse restaurant, Openaire, the pool deck can accommodate private events for up to 200 people.
3,212 sq. ft.
Up to 200 people
Openaire is a poolside celebration of indoor/outdoor living in the center of the melting pot that is Koreatown. In pursuit of excellence and far from precious – Josiah Citrin’s offering at Openaire pulls from his fine-dining background in a thoughtful, LA way.
Ceremony not included — Up to 150 people
Ceremony included — Up to 80 people
Opposite the Openaire greenhouse on our 2nd-floor pool deck is Openaire East, a perfect outdoor spot for semi-private gatherings of up to 30 people and private reception gatherings of up to 45 people.
Up to 45 people
With its soaring 16-foot ceilings, the Shatto Ballroom works equally well for elegant social events or corporate meetings. At 2,440 square feet, the ballroom can accommodate events and meetings for up to 150 people.
2,440 sq. ft.
Up to 150 people
The Shatto Foyer’s 880 square feet of space provides a flexible area for food and beverage, registration desks, or even exhibits.
880 sq. ft.
Up to 50 people
Located on the 2nd floor, the Breezeway is an outdoor space that offers privacy without being too far from the energy of Openaire restaurant and the pool deck.
Up to 40 people
The LINE LA’s Motor Court is as unique as it is versatile. With a backdrop of tall California palms, perfectly manicured hedges, and the iconic Rose Window at the neighboring Oasis Church, it delivers an unmatched al fresco experience for up to 250 guests.
Up to 250 people
The Speek Suite
With The Speek Suite, brothers Mark and Jonnie Houston have created an immersive lodging and event space inspired by the 1960’s and 1970’s decor of their childhood Koreatown home. Malm-style fireplaces, retro wallpaper, ceiling-high curio cabinets, and curated vinyl collections will have you waxing nostalgic.
Up to 15 people
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is a 1,400 square-foot deco-disco dreamscape, with a speakeasy ATM machine entrance, stage, full A/V capabilities, DJ booth, and the a very photogenic LED light dance floor.
Up to 200 people
Break Room 86
Brothers Mark and Jonnie Houston throw it back to the 1980’s with Break Room 86, which features a dance floor, classic breakroom snacks, and even karaoke suites.
Up to 200 people