Banquet Halls and All-Inclusive Wedding Venues

These Las Vegas wedding venues offer convenience, combining both the ceremony and reception into one location. Options include banquet halls and venues specifically designed for larger events with multiple venues on site. You may also wish to view country club options and keep in mind most hotels will host both portions of the wedding on their property. Please remember that all information is accurate as of publishing, but be sure to contact the venue for the latest pricing, package options and policies. Contact me at kelly AT littlevegaswedding DOT com if you have any questions, comments or corrections on any of the listings. [Return to the main directory.]

Trump Las Vegas – Broadway Room

Trump Las Vegas – Broadway Room

The Broadway Room at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas is spectacularly appointed with exquisite hardwood furnishings and featuring floor-to-ceiling windows. This luxurious space is located on the pool level, making it the perfect venue for a formal Las Vegas wedding. The Broadway Room can host up to 100 guests with buffet, banquet and cocktail configurations.

Trump Las Vegas – Hudson Penthouse

Trump Las Vegas – Hudson Penthouse

The Hudson Penthouse at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas will have friends and family talking about your wedding for years to come. With elegant décor and amazing views of the Strip, cityscape, and surrounding mountains from the 64th floor, your wedding will be simply unforgettable.

Cost:
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Guests:
Up to 60
Tahiti Village – Gazebo

Tahiti Village – Gazebo

The Gazebo at Tahiti Village lends itself perfectly to an intimate wedding, taking place under a thatched roof gazebo in a natural setting, surrounded by lush foliage and overlooking the beach and pool. Add tiki torches in the evening for a romantic touch.

Tahiti Village is a timeshare property further south on Las Vegas Boulevard. It has a tropical theme including a large pool area, and surprisingly, a wide variety of wedding venues available, indoors and out. They allow outside photographers and you do not have to own a timeshare or stay at the venue to hold your wedding there.

Reception Options: Buffet and plated style dinners are available, with options for fewer than 25 guests. Keeping with the tropical theme, they even have a Luau option with Polynesian treats. Bar options are also available.

For more information and photos, visit the venue spotlight on Tahiti Village.

Tahiti Village – Skyview 510

Tahiti Village – Skyview 510

Say “I do” in this spacious 10th floor room with two outdoor balconies and room for 100 guests. Breathtaking sunsets and expansive vistas of the Vegas valley and nearby Strip from large windows make a memorable setting for your wedding day.

Tahiti Village is a timeshare property further south on Las Vegas Boulevard. It has a tropical theme including a large pool area, and surprisingly, a wide variety of wedding venues available, indoors and out. They allow outside photographers and you do not have to own a timeshare or stay at the venue to hold your wedding there.

Reception Options: Buffet and plated style dinners are available, with options for fewer than 25 guests. Keeping with the tropical theme, they even have a Luau option with Polynesian treats. Bar options are also available.

For more information and photos, visit the venue spotlight on Tahiti Village.

Cost:
$2300+
Guests:
Up to 100
Tahiti Village – Paradise Beach

Tahiti Village – Paradise Beach

Walk barefoot down a sandy aisle strewn with rose petals, then recite your vows at the edge of the lagoon at the lovely Tahiti Village pool area and Paradise Beach. Conclude with a unity sand ceremony that symbolizes the start of happily ever after. It’s the beach wedding you’ve always imagined … and more.

Tahiti Village is a timeshare property further south on Las Vegas Boulevard. It has a tropical theme including a large pool area, and surprisingly, a wide variety of wedding venues available, indoors and out. They allow outside photographers and you do not have to own a timeshare or stay at the venue to hold your wedding there.

Reception Options: Buffet and plated style dinners are available, with options for fewer than 25 guests. Keeping with the tropical theme, they even have a Luau option with Polynesian treats. Bar options are also available.

For more information and photos, visit the venue spotlight on Tahiti Village.

Tahiti Village – Island Courtyard

Tahiti Village – Island Courtyard

For weddings large or small, consider the tropical Island Courtyard with its expansive patio. Set at the end of a winding garden walkway, it provides with ample room for décor to personalize the setting to your wishes.

Tahiti Village is a timeshare property further south on Las Vegas Boulevard. It has a tropical theme including a large pool area, and surprisingly, a wide variety of wedding venues available, indoors and out. They allow outside photographers and you do not have to own a timeshare or stay at the venue to hold your wedding there.

Reception Options: Buffet and plated style dinners are available, with options for fewer than 25 guests. Keeping with the tropical theme, they even have a Luau option with Polynesian treats. Bar options are also available.

For more information and photos, visit the venue spotlight on Tahiti Village.

Cost:
$2800+ for ceremony only, $5670+ for all-inclusive packages for 30 guest minimum
Guests:
Up to 350
Neon Museum and Boneyard

Neon Museum and Boneyard

Get married surrounded by Las Vegas history! Neon nerds and design geeks will love this venue that is a little vintage and a little modern and serves as the home to many of the retired neon signs from Sin City. The Neon Boneyard is part of the Neon Museum, and is the two acre lot adjacent to the museum that actually holds the signs. This historical landmark is a repository for the largest collection of neon signage in the world, more than 150 famous casino, hotel and business signs from through the decades, beginning with the 1930s. It’s particularly enchanting at night when the signs are lit or have lights highlighting them. It’s available as a ceremony and reception space.

It’s also a popular spot for wedding portraits, trash the dress sessions and engagement photos, but you must book time to do so and pay shooting fees. If you’re local, the fee is $150 for half an hour. For all others, $400-$600 for an hour of shooting time.

Reception Options: The lobby (La Concha) and boneyard itself are both available for private events, and a private guided tours of the Boneyard may be set up for an additional fee for your wedding guests. Catering is supplied by preferred vendors.

See real weddings at the Neon Museum and Boneyard featured on Little Vegas Wedding.
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Cost:
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Guests:
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