We’re always on the hunt for new wedding and event venues, especially in our hometown of LA! We were so excited to hear about OUE Skyspace LA – The brand new downtown observation deck that’s now open for weddings and events! With panoramic, 360-degree views of all of Los Angeles and a sleek interior, it’s the perfect modern backdrop for a chic wedding or event. OUE Skyspace is one of our new favorite LA venues, and here’s why.
First, that view! Perched nearly 1,000 feet above downtown LA, you just can’t get the same sweeping views anywhere else. OUE Skyspace is officially the highest event venue on the West Coast. From the California coastline to the Hollywood Hills and the San Gabriel Mountains, you and your guests can enjoy a complete view of Los Angeles at any time of year.
Secondly, the OUE Skyspace interior aesthetic features an elegant minimalism that makes it the perfect option for a sophisticated modern wedding. White terrazzo and metallic gold accents compliment a wide variety of styles and décor, making it customizable for any aesthetic or theme. Couples can choose between the outdoor Maguire Gardens or the Hollywood Terrace for their wedding ceremony, with the reception taking place on the 70th floor, perched high above the City of Angels. The options are endless – let your imagination run wild!
Finally, no other event venue in Los Angeles offers 360-degree views of the city. But the world’s first ever Skyslide takes the venue to a new level, providing the ultimate heart-pounding experience where newly weds can “elope down the slope” as a dramatic finale to their event.
Whether you’re hosting an over-the-top corporate event or an intimate wedding, OUE Skyspace LA has something to offer. Book a tour and connect with their team at email@example.com to start planning your event now! As the crown jewel of one of the most eclectic and cosmopolitan destinations in the world, their venue and partnering venders deliver a special experience to all.
Not planning an event, but still want to experience that view? You can also get tickets to their open-air observation deck and ride the Skyslide – a 45-foot glass slide built on the outside of the skyscraper. (Our team can attest – it’s not for the faint of heart!)