Ready for Business: International Convention Center of La Paz now open

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The International Convention Center of La Paz (ICC La Paz) is a game changer. Newly open, it’s more than a meeting space — it’s a meeting place. The ICC allows visitors to connect with people and nature all at once. Located where the desert meets the sea, the venue showcases exactly what makes La Paz an in-demand destination.

Step onto the 9,520 square metre forecourt for a panoramic vista of the Sea of Cortez. Dazzle conference-goers with scenic outdoor receptions overlooking beautiful turquoise blue waters. As the sun sets beautiful shades of pinks and purples, the forecourt is equipped to turn into a concert venue or an elegant gala space amidst a striking onyx stone wall tastefully adorned with LED lighting. Guests will be wowed with thoroughly customizable, innovative, and daring menu options that feature local producers. The ICC La Paz catering team can easily accommodate any dietary requirements or special requests.

Every delegate is a VIP as guests are treated to a red-carpet arrival area and purpose-built registration space. A dedicated area for speakers and organizers means that both conference attendees and organizers are comfortably accommodated. HD digital signage and advanced internet capabilities allows for seamless communication strategies. Events of all size can be accommodated between the two halls that divide the ICC, each holding four rooms of various capacities. The Balandra Hall features space for larger groups while the Pichilingue Hall can be used for more intimate events. Whatever the size, the ICC La Paz team works diligently and thoughtfully with clients to ensure a seamless experience.

La Paz is the perfect choice for a convention or meeting place. It is the capital and cultural center of Baja California Sur. In English, La Paz means peace, and its laid-back charm and small-town vibe offers exactly that. The city is located on the Sea of Cortez, aptly nicknamed the Aquarium of the World by Jacques Cousteau. It is home to 39 per cent of the world’s marine mammals and over 800 species of fish, including the whale shark, the world’s largest fish. Swimming with these gentle giants is one of the must-do activities and can be easily accommodated in a half-day tour or visit the sea lions at Espiritu Santo, a UNESCO Heritage Site for a one-of-a-kind delegate day tour.

Additional attractions include some of the best SCUBA diving in the world, Balandra beach voted most beautiful beach in Mexico by both Trip Advisor and USA Today, world-class golf, desert hiking and much more. Gastronomical options range from rustic to gourmet and accommodations range from five-star resort to boutique and budget friendly. For more information about La Paz visit golapaz.com. To contact the International Convention Center of La Paz visit icclapaz.com or email [email protected].

The ICC La Paz is conveniently located 25 minutes away from the La Paz International Airport and two hours north of the Los Cabos International Airport with ample bus and vehicle parking. Although once guests arrive, they may never want to leave!

For more information, please visit icclapaz.com.

About La Paz, Baja California Sur

La Paz is located in the state of Baja California Sur, a two-hour drive from Cabo San Lucas. This area, whose name translates to “Peace,” is a tranquil getaway featuring miles of undisturbed white sand beaches and endless opportunities for active adventure tourism. The La Paz region includes the areas of Todos Santos, Espíritu Santo Island, and the Sea of Cortez—famously nicknamed “The Aquarium of the World” by Jacques Cousteau. This culturally and biologically diverse area is yours to explore and enjoy.

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