It goes without saying that Los Angeles is a town of many faces – both literally and figuratively. Real estate is prime all over L.A. – even in places that are less than worthy of their ridiculous cost. Somehow, the sunny weather manages to trump anything else about the region.
When it comes to meeting room space in LA, there are a variety of options to choose from. Hotels and similar venues offer luxurious spaces that cost a small fortune to rent them. Not to mention, most are not available to rent for just an hour or so if that is all you need. Therefore, the cost and minimum requirements usually make them unfeasible for entrepreneurs and small businesses.
This is why Davinci has become a go-to solution for so many business people. They offer the same amenities as hotels – and many more – for a lot less cost. For example,
simple coffee services are often charged at very high rates. A typical meeting at a hotel could start at around $1,000 for a few hours and also require a deposit of around $1,500. That’s a lot of moola just to sit around and have a chat with people you may not even get any business from. In contrast, a meeting room at Davinci can cost as little as $25 for an hour. With the high price of real estate in Los Angeles, that’s a steal. Even the cheapest no-tell motel charges more than that!
Amenities such as Computer Access, LCD Projectors, Local Phone Access Network Connections, TV/DVD Player, Video Conferencing, Whiteboard, and Wireless Internet are available with virtually any meeting room offered at Davinci. While hotels offer some of these services, they often must be arranged and clients must pay extra for them. Hotels are notorious for charging an arm and three legs for even the simplest sandwich, unlike Davinci’s affordable full food and beverage catering.
Some amenities, like full office and notary services, receptionist, secretarial, private concierge, and copy and printing services may not even be available at all at hotels. Therefore, if a meeting requires any of those things, you’re on your own.
People often use meeting rooms for social functions, such as celebrations, surprise parties, and fundraisers. Again, for anyone on a budget, meeting rooms are a far more viable choice than a hotel for just about any gathering, whether business or social.