Perfect for large weddings, traditional receptions and those seeking more formal venues, here are some options for ballrooms in Las Vegas. 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.]
Four Seasons – Ballrooms and Function Space
Function rooms and ballrooms (more than 12 options over four different floors) at Four Seasons feature warm neutral colors with plantation shutters, vaulted ceilings and high tech audiovisual equipment. Many of the function rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows or even balconies.
Reception Options: Catering is done on-site (indeed, Four Seasons provides catering for a few choice Las Vegas venues) and offers a kosher kitchen.
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Cosmopolitan – Point Loma Ballroom
Point Loma is a style ballroom-style space with floor-to-ceiling windows boasting a view of the famed Bellagio fountains and the heart of Las Vegas Boulevard. The space hosts both ceremonies and receptions and features a classy palette of taupes and purples.
Reception Options: In-house catering for buffet and plated meals starts $105 per person. Bar packages start at $29 per person. Receptions can be arranged in one of the ballrooms or a suite. There are 13 restaurants plus a buffet, as well. Groups over 13 must go through group dining for reservations.
Mandarin Oriental – Ballrooms and Function Space
Although the Mandarin does not have a dedicated wedding chapel, their very modern meeting rooms and ballrooms are perfectly set up to host a ceremony and reception of up to 490, or smaller spaces for more intimate gatherings. The Boardroom seats up to 20, Oriental Ballroom up to 480 with a pre-function foyer for cocktail hour and patio, and smaller rooms Lotus and Jade hold up to 56 together.
Like many things in Las Vegas, however, these aren’t your regular function rooms! These exquisite rooms feature natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows, stylish decor, funky light fixtures and even patios boasting breathtaking views of the neon and glittering lights of the famous Strip.
Reception Options: The ballrooms and restaurants feature unique spaces for wedding parties of 10 people through 600, and the catering features gourmet food that is a step above. Plated and buffet dinners from $115, breakfast and lunch available as well. Hosted bars starting at $30 per person.
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Veil Wedding Pavilion at Silverton Lodge and Casino
Silverton Lodge and Casino is an hotel with a rustic outdoors theme just three miles south of The Strip. Veil Pavilion is an 11,000 square foot facility that can take you from ceremony to wedding reception all under one roof. Services include catering, bar, photography and entertainment. The decor is white on white, with a few nods to the outdoor theme of the Silverton Casino, including some funky antler chandeliers.
High ceilings enhance the large stage (the venue is also used for concerts) and dance floor. The space can be designed to include small sitting areas and private areas for the bride and groom with the white theme makes it a flexible palette for any event design and make it a very modern space. In addition to Veil, couples can be married poolside at Silverton’s Sway Pool Lounge or underwater in the huge saltwater aquarium.
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Riviera – Top of the Riv
Top of the Riv is a flexible 10,000 square foot ballroom, located on the top floor of the Monaco Tower of Riviera, offering panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip. It’s a space well suited for ceremonies and receptions of up to 500 people.
Reception Options: The catering staff can deliver themed food stations, specialty décor, decorations, entertainment, DJ services, and even complete stage sound and lighting.
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Trump Las Vegas – Madison Room
The Madison Room at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas is located on the pool level and allows access to the North Deck making it an ideal location to host your Las Vegas wedding ceremony or reception. Comfortably appointed with hardwood furnishings, and boasting floor-to-ceiling windows this special space allows for maximum intake of the beautiful Las Vegas skyline. For intimate affairs of less than 80 guests, whether it’s a cocktail party, a bridal shower or a small wedding reception, the Madison Room is a spectacular venue to host your luxurious Las Vegas wedding event.
Vdara – Ballrooms
In this sophisticated, cosmopolitan setting, Vdara (a non-gaming, no-smoking hotel) hosts wedding ceremonies and receptions. Aesthetics and location play a vital role in setting the tone in the Viñoly Grand Ballroom. Using natural materials such as warm wood, sandstone and pebbles, the contemporarily designed space, which is located just inside the main hotel entrance, is the only choice for those who prefer comfort and convenience.
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