Los Angeles Angels Suites

Los Angeles Angels Suites

Angel Stadium

Home to the Angels for more than 50 years now, Angel Stadium of Anaheim is among the oldest active ballparks in Major League Baseball. Despite the age of the building, this venue is alive with excitement each season in beautiful southern California.

Los Angeles Angels suites are a hot commodity as the experience is one that will not soon be forgotten. Nearly 80 luxury suites line the field, accommodating up to 36 guests with first class service and amenities. Each Angels suite is a testament to true luxury with comfortable seating to go along with incredible catering options.

Whether you are looking to entertain for business or personal purposes, you cannot go wrong with a Los Angeles Angels suite. Our phones are constantly ringing with groups looking to book an outing at an Angels game.

Angels luxury suite owners know the value of these boxes. They are in high demand and LuxuryVIPSuites.com is the best there is when it comes to marketing suites to corporate clients. You receive a bill every year for the suite, so why not make a little back for the dates you cannot use? By calling our office at 610-828-7407 you gain access to potential suite renters via our exclusive clientele. Contact DJ directly at dj@luxuryvipsuites.com for more information about how we can make your Angels luxury suite work for you.

Book a luxury suite at the Angel Stadium of Anaheim for the next Los Angeles Angels game!

Entering into the MLB in 1961, under the ownership of legendary American performer Gene Autry, the Los Angeles Angels sought to build upon the California baseball trend started by the Dodgers and Giants, while capitalizing on its familiar name, a throwback to the old Pacific Coast League team.

Changing stadiums and names over the years, today’s team is officially known as the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. They make their home at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Autry gave his heart and soul to this franchise, and they showed their appreciation by retiring the number 26 in his honor (as there are only 25 players on an MLB team’s active roster, indicating he is the 26th man).

Unfortunately, the architect of this great franchise did not get to participate in its greatest victory. Autry passed away at the age of 91 in 1998. The team soldiered on in his absence, achieving champion status in 2002 with a World Series title over the San Francisco Giants. Led by Troy Glaus, Garret Anderson, Darin Erstad, David Eckstein, Tim Salmon, John Lackey, Troy Percival, and Francisco Rodriquez, the Angels captured their first World Series in game 7 at home.

Manager Mike Scioscia would like to borrow a little of that magic for his current squad which is hard at work battling in the AL West division. Anchored by one of the most electrifying players in the game today in Mike Trout, the Angels are definitely not short on talent. Kole Calhoun has been tearing the cover off the ball this year and flying along the base path. Powerful DH Albert Pujols threatens to knock one out of the park every time he steps in the batter’s box. Contributions by way of Luis Valbuena, Andrelton Simmons, and Martin Moldonado are important to the team’s success. Major additions in the form of Justin Upton (who came over midseason from the Tigers last year), Ian Kinsler (also from Detroit), and Zack Cozart from Cincinnati have improved the lineup of an already solid team. Pitchers Garrett Richards and Tyler Skaggs make sure the Angels keep the score close in every game. Angels fans are ready to see the LA playoff drought come to an end so they can enjoy their favorite team well into the fall.

A collection of star players have taken the field for the Los Angeles Angels over the years, including Nolan Ryan, Rod Carew, Tim Salmon, Brian Downing, Garret Anderson, Jim Fregosi, Darin Erstad, and Chuck Finley. For more information about the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim click here.

If you own a Los Angeles Angels suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or give away to clients.

This is a great opportunity to offset all of the suite expenses you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Los Angeles Angels game should go unused.  Your tickets are often worth 2 to 3 times more than you are paying the venue.

So why not let us earn you extra revenue while helping out a corporate group who needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in the Los Angeles Angels suites?

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