The Edison Ballroom at The Hotel Edison
Originally opened in the 1930s as the grand ballroom of The Hotel Edison, The Edison Ballroom carries a long and colorful history into its present-day status as a stylish Times Square event space. The ballroom's Art Deco architecture dates back to its days as a dancing and dining venue, when it hosted famous performers of the Swing Era.
The ballroom, which received a multi-million dollar renovation in 2008, is available to host weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, business conferences, charity galas, and more -- all with the option of in-house catering by celebrity chef Mina Newman. Three adaptable spaces, expert personal service, and a state-of-the-art AV system set the Edison Ballroom apart from other Midtown NYC event venues.
The Edison Ballroom -- Specs, Capacity & Capabilities:
17,000 square feet
1,000 guests for buffet/cocktail reception
500 seated guests for banquet-style sit-down dinner
700 seated guests for theater-style meeting
500 seated guests for classroom-style meeting
Full-service on-site catering by chef Mina Newman
Outside catering available by request
Three full-service bars
Floating bar available by request
State-of-the-art light and sound system and intelligent lighting
For more information, please visit www.edisonballroom.com.