Black Meetings and Tourism

November/December 2014

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B M & T ••• November/December 2014 ••• 46 tually brand-new, thanks to $105 million in recent renovations. To many, the ocean is music to the ears. It's never been more true than in Long Beach where world- class arts and cultural exhibitions complement a spectacular seaside locale. Enjoy a million-dollar ocean view atop the bluffs at the Long Beach Museum of Art, housed in a historic Craftsman mansion. Cruise 5.5 miles of breathtaking waterfront by bicycle, blade or foot and enjoy everything that makes the Southern California surf and sand famous. Jet skis, kayaks, boats, wind surfboards and more are all just a rental away to help you conquer the water- ways and enjoy a relaxing after- noon on the coast. Long Beach Airport is the most convenient center for air travel into the Los Angeles/ Orange County area. Offering several daily flights on Alaska Airlines, JetBlue Airways. Delta and US Airways this airport serves as a valuable tool in smooth stress free busi- ness trip. AREA GUIDES • • • STATS • • • HOTEL ROOMS The Hilton Long Beach & Executive Meeting Center 398 Hyatt Regency Long Beach 528 Long Beach Marriott 311 Courtyard by Marriott 216 Westin Long Beach 437 The Queen Mary Hotel 346 EXHIBITION FACILITIES The Long Beach Convention Center Total Exhibit Space 400,000 sq. ft. Meeting Rooms 34 WHO YOU GONNA CALL? Long Beach Area CVB (800) 452-7829 A great view of Downtown Long Beach from across the channel Photo Credit: PoPMedia Group Long Beach Convention Center with Queen Mary in background Photo Credit: Long Beach CVB

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