Venue

Asilomar offers a unique and desirable conference experience in its natural setting, its conference facilities, and its suitability for conversational spaces.

Break Out Room (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

Break Out Room (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

Chapel Room (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

Chapel Room (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

More photos of guest rooms are provided on the Asilomar website.

The Conference Grounds

Celebrated as Monterey Peninsula’s “Refuge by the Sea” – Asilomar State Beach and Conference Grounds is located on a breathtakingly gorgeous 107 acres of ecologically diverse beachfront land. Situated within the quaint and scenic town of Pacific Grove, Asilomar offers guests the simple comforts of cozy cottages and rustic lodges as well as convivial meeting spaces.

Beach View (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

Beach View (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

Park View (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

Park View (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

The Asliomar Conference Grounds buildings were designed as a conference centre for the YWCA by the distinguished Californian architect Julia Morgan between 1913 and 1928, who was a member of the Arts and Crafts movement that was started in the UK by William Morris and others. The buildings are listed on the National Register.

You can find out more about this U.S. National Historic Landmark, its architecture and its ecology, on Wikipedia

Asilomar Lodge Exterior (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

Asilomar Lodge Exterior (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

Hearst Social Hall Interior (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)

Hearst Social Hall Interior (Photo: ARAMARK Parks and Destinations)