4,380 square feet | Accommodates 150 to 320 guests | Ideal for company banquets, large wedding events, meetings, presentations, lectures and receptions
Named for the iconic 17th-century queen, the French Neoclassical design of this intricately decorated ballroom is perfect for all occasions. No expense was spared during its construction: its three original chandeliers were purchased for an unbelievable $10,000 each in 1914. The perfect backdrop for weddings and galas, this grand ballroom features a beautiful inlaid quarter-sawn oak dance floor and elegant full balcony. The main floor of the ballroom can comfortably seat 300 dining guests. Classroom-style seating accommodates 150 guests, and 320 attendees can be seated theater-style.