Sector: Wedding Venues
Country: US
State: New York
Address: 15 East 27th Street (Between 5th and Madison Avenues), NY 10016, New York, New York, US (View Map)
Phone: 212.471.0882


The Prince George Ballroom is an elegant and historical wedding venue in the heart of the Flatiron District, north of Madison Square Park. Known for its Beaux Arts Style and Neo-Renaissance flourishes, the ballroom is listed with the National Register of Historic Places. It is the perfect venue for couples who want the classic New York landmark experience. A New York City landmark in one of the most desirable locations in Manhattan, allow The Prince George Ballroom and its adjacent event spaces to house your upcoming celebration. Whether it is a warm intimate affair or a big bash to commemorate a milestone, you will be welcomed by the contemporary feel of the gallery that leads to the breathtaking grandeur of the ballroom and charming architecture of the Ladies' Tea Room. Whether you are planning a networking event, an all day conference with breakouts, product launch, or this year's holiday gala, let the Prince George Ballroom host your next corporate affair. With over 9,000 square feet and capacity for over 800 guests, our event spaces collectively make the perfect backdrop for your business function. The Prince George Ballroom is proud to partner with local and national non-profit organizations. Year after year, our beautiful space continues to have the privilege of being the venue of choice for many organizations' charity auctions, galas, and other special events that help raise funds and bring exposure to their cause. Built in 1904 with an addition in 1912, The Prince George Hotel was a key fixture in the vibrant Madison Square neighborhood, with prominent guests such as playwright Eugene O`Neill. The hotel was designed by architect Howard Greenley in the Beaux Arts style, and had many classical and Neo-Renaissance flourishes. Its ground floor included grand common areas including the Ladies` Tearoom, the English Tap Room, the Hunt Room, and a spacious lounge that would later become The Prince George Ballroom.

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