Since 1922, The Chase Park Plaza Hotel has been one of St. Louis’ premier wedding reception venues. Sophisticated, stylish, and beyond compare, The Chase Park Plaza is unsurpassed as Missouri’s choice for small and large wedding celebrations.
The perfect place to celebrate! Enter into an atmosphere of casual elegance where we will create a unique experience for your special day. Our on-site coordinator will help you to make your event one to remember.
St. Louis Union Station Hotel rises from the heart of downtown as a spacious, local landmark to host a one-of-a-kind wedding reception. Whether you prefer the grandeur Midway, awe-inspiring Grand Hall, or modern Regency Ballroom, each area within this venue offers exceptional style and romance.
Situated just five miles from Lambert Airport, with complimentary airport transportation. The facility has a unique location and is nestled among 18 Restaurants, shops and entertainment. Located just minutes from Busch Stadium, Scottrade Center and major St. Louis Attractions.
he Luminary offers a unique and expansive space for events of all kinds. Combining historic architecture dating back to the early 1900's with a newly redesigned contemporary art gallery, the space is ideal for weddings and receptions, fundraisers, private parties, corporate events and more.
The Renaissance Ballroom's floor-to-ceiling windows provide an unparalleled setting for up to 350. Penthouse Ballroom can accommodate up to 250 in a unique, multi-level setting. Breathtaking airport views are offered by both twelfth-floor ballrooms. Concourse Ballroom offers the largest ballroom in St. Louis County.
See our extensive list of St Louis, Missouri wedding venues, reception facilities and other exciting wedding locations. Whether you're planning an outdoor wedding for 30 or a formal dinner reception for 300, your venue should provide the right atmosphere for your celebration.
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