- The Station Los Alamos welcomes the opportunity to host and facilitate all special occasions. From intimate dinner parties to formal dining events, all menus are designed by the guest and the season.
- We will provide a list of preferred caterers that we use and other vendors relevant to your event. read more
- Will work closely with your coordinator and assist in making sure your experience with us meets with your highest expectations.
- We work with the Santa Ynez Valley Hotel Association to help with your lodging needs.
An old historic landmark in Los Alamos California has come alive.
Centrally located between San Francisco and Los Angeles, this once “humming with business” gas station established in 1926, fueled the cars of movie stars headed for our beautiful central coast as the film industry, cattle ranches and tourism was a beehive of activity. The garage also kept the local farmers tractors in good repair as they worked the rich soil into bountiful crops.
Today The Station is a unique location for special events and offers a great opportunity for film locations right here in the heart of wine country. Between the historic Union Hotel and the Yellow Victorian Bed and Breakfast, the three original gas pumps are still out front as a testimony of the days gone by. Having gone through a complete remodeling, the “garage” is now a large room with a breathtaking chandelier in the breezeway and is charmed with relics of the old west hanging from the rafters. Saddles and boots add to the ambiance of the old west Los Alamos is known for.
Besides the large party building, the property offers a spacious hacienda style courtyard with a large fountain in the corner just inside the Santa Fe style gate, two raised gas fire pits, a raised stage area for entertainment, and an impressive free-standing fireplace made of river rock. Also a gazebo for wedding ceremonies, and a lush green lawn surrounded by succulent gardens, old Sycamore and Olive trees.