Dwell on Design 2013 - Trip Planning
Dwell on Design, the West Coast's largest design event, returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center, June 21-23. The Los Angeles Convention Center is conveniently located within walking distance of several hotels, restaurants, and public transportation options.
Registration for all ASID events is through the Dwell on Design registration site. Your options for registration include: 1-day, 2-day or 3-day pass to the conference or for a Dwell Home Tour. Pricing for all events may be found here.
Planning on staying in to Los Angeles next month for Dwell on Design and Celebration? ASID has locked in group rates at several area hotels, but only one still has available rooms left! The L.A. Hotel Downtown (Hyatt Regency) is offering standard rooms for $179 (plus tax) per night and suites for $209 (plus tax) per night, but these rooms are going quickly. The hotel is newly renovated and conveniently located less than a mile from the LA Convention Center with easy access to transportation. Reservations can be made online or by calling 1-888-771-1133. Ask for the “ASID Group Rate.” Availability is limited.
The Los Angeles Convention Center is a conveniently center in the southwest portion of downtown Los Angeles: 1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015. Dwell attendees may also obtain parking and traffic information from radio station AM 1630. In addition to driving, a number of additional transportation options are available, including Metro and bus. Metrolink operates train service within Southern California from Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura, Orange, and North San Diego Counties. They have special weekend passes for only $10 which includes free connections to Metro bus and rail lines that stop nearby the convention center. For more information regarding public transportation to and from the Convention Center:
Discover Los Angeles
While out and about in Los Angeles, check out some of Dwell's recommended points of interest. They include architectural attractions, great eats, shops, quick stops, museums, and art galleries. For additional ideas, visit the official website for the city of Los Angeles.