ABOUT THE MARINA DEL REY TOURISM BOARD
Founded in 2022, The Marina del Rey Tourism Board is a non-profit corporation formed through the joint efforts of the the seven Marina del Rey hotels located within the unincorporated area of Los Angeles County. MDR Tourism Board is governed by a Board of Directors composed of business leaders from the tourism and hospitality sectors. MDR Tourism Board is funded by a 3% hotel self-assessment collected from Marina del Rey’s seven hotels and distributed to the Marina del Rey Tourism Board. Funding from Marina del Rey’s seven hotels represents 100% of the MDR Tourism Board budget.
what is our mission?
To stimulate economic development by marketing Marina del Rey for business and leisure travel.
WHAT IS OUR VISION?
Marina del Rey is Los Angeles’ vibrant and unique waterfront playground and resort destination. In order to maximize Marina del Rey’s visitor economy, we provide:
•Knowledge: We are destination experts for leisure and business travelers.
•Connectivity:We are the only official go-to resource for promoting all of Marina del Rey.
•Action: We advocate for and work to ensure the long-term relevance of Marina del Rey.
what our logo symbolizes
To the left of the logo is a gold and blue flag which is the International Nautical Flag representing the letter K or Kilo. The meaning is symbolic. The Kilo flag displays the international meaning expressing a “Desire to Communicate.” It’s a way for one vessel to say to another vessel, “I want to communicate with you.” This is our way of letting visitors know, Marina del Rey wants to communicate with them! An anchor has been added to the center of the flag to signify the Marina’s waterside location.