Through an environment of imposing design, striking architecture and state-of-the-art technology, The Conference Center at Li Ka Shing Center truly embraces the future.
As a peer department to the Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford Hospitality & Auxiliaries offers a one-stop shopping experience for all catering and conference needs, leveraging their strengths in managerial expertise, state-of-the-art resources and an extensive track record to meet, and likely exceed, customers expectations.
The Stanford Hospitality & Auxiliaries team offers and exemplary track record in operating eleven campus-based retail eateries, producing innovative and imaginative products and services, and implementing sustainability initiatives.
"… we had a wonderful experience at Li Ka Shing … the food was outstanding and exceeded all expectations. Thank you for all the work you did to ensure that we could have this event at Li Ka Shing. The service we received and the experience we had reaffirmed that it was the right decision to have it at this facility."
Ann Allison-Marsh Senior Employee and Labor Relations Manager
"Thank you for your special efforts on our behalf today — the food was excellent and you organized the event so beautifully. Thanks again."
Belinda "Bindy" Burns Guest Services Department, Stanford Hospital and Clinics
"Everything ran absolutely marvelous!! I am so happy that you were there to assist us with this special event."
Lydia Espinosa Office of Diversity and Leadership, School of Medicine
"…our event was wonderful! I've never experienced better service, you really went above and beyond all of our expectations, and the best part was that it was all done with a smile."
Rana Mukaled Department of Physician Relations, Stanford Hospital & Clinics
"… we thank you for the excellent meeting management that you two have provided. I'm most grateful for your patience and accommodations to our needs during the past two days. Certainly it's the Conference Service administration that made the Li Ka Shing Center meeting venue impressive more than the building itself. Oh! and the food of course."
Marlene Lomuljo-Bautista Mechanical Engineering — Flow Physics and Computation
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