Historic Charm, Modern Technology
Let these historic Toronto sites enchant your guests, without sacrificing modern day conveniences. All are equipped with the latest AV and lighting facilities. You only need to supply the attendants.
After opening day in 1922, Palais Royale became one of the hottest dance halls of the 1930’s. With headliners like Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Benny Goodman, this house was always swinging! Today the magnificent ballroom still features gleaming sprung, cantilever hardwood floors and a captivating stone fireplace. With two bars inside and a massive patio overlooking Lake Ontario, Palais Royale has everything you need to dazzle your guests.
Make your guests feel like royalty by booking your next convention in Toronto’s own Edwardian era castle! They’ll be awestruck by the 60-foot, oak beamed ceilings and soaring bay windows of the Great Hall. The castle offers hours of enjoyment exploring secret passageways and 800 feet of underground tunnel, or simply relishing in the overall lavish décor of Casa Loma.
The Fermenting Cellar
Erected in 1859 as part of the famous Gooderham and Worts Distillery, the Fermenting Cellar now plays a leading role in Toronto’s first pedestrian only village. The arts and culture that thrives throughout the Distillery District is no less apparent in this spectacular venue. Infinite event-planning potential lies within the rustic limestone walls and 35-foot, vaulted ceilings. The exceptionally preserved Victorian era architecture attracts the most elite parties from world-renowned events such as the Toronto International Film Festival.
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