Capital Region Couple Of the Year- Let’s Pick a Venue!

Last weekend, we had an exciting day touring the Mazzone Hospitality Event Venues.

With the task of choosing a wedding venue, rehearsal dinner location and a spot to host a bridal shower, the Capital Region Couple of the Year has a lot to think about. Bright and early on Saturday morning, we geared up at 8am to do a full day of touring. We visited:

Cornerstone at the Plaza

677 Prime Events

Saratoga Hall of Springs

Hilton Garden Inn in Clifton Park

Key Hall at Proctors

90 State Events

Glen Sanders Mansion

and last but certainly not least, Saratoga National Golf Club

Asi and Chenique got a chance to tour each venue, learn about the unique characteristics of each event space and were given visions of how their day could pan out! From amenities to location to atmosphere, each spot has their own character and charm, so getting to see each space all in one day really helped them to compare and contrast. But when push comes to shove, the decision is going to be tough. Thankfully our incredibly helpful Sales Planning staff is there to answer questions and give advice, every step of the way.

So, here’s the run-down of each space.

Cornerstone at the Plaza

Cornerstone at the Plaza is in the center of all things downtown Albany. This modern space is a blank canvas, with beautiful views of the city. Located at the base of the Egg at The Empire State Plaza, this event space is accessible and convenient for intimate wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners and more

 

677 Prime Events

Along with offering fine dining in the restaurant, 677 Prime in Downtown Albany is also the perfect venue for your next special event. Experience world-class service and cuisine in a chic and luxurious setting. With five different event space options accommodating up to 225 people, you can be confident that your event will exceed all of your expectations.

Saratoga Hall of Springs

The Hall of Springs is an historic, world-renowned venue located on the grounds of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga springs, NY. The magnificent interior features a 38-foot vaulted ceiling, Italian marble floors imported from Europe and three Belgium crystal chandeliers made in Czechoslovakia. This space can accommodate up to 500 guests.

Hilton Garden Inn in Clifton Park

This space offers tastefully decorated cocktail and receptions for celebrations of up to 250 people. This venue also includes a full service hotel, Angelo’s prime Bar and Grill restaurant and an adjacent shopping mall with movie theater!

Key Hall at Proctors

Key Hall at Proctors is an elegant, truly unique venue in revitalized downtown Schenectady, NY. This historic Capital District venue features marble walls and 40-foot ceiling. Serving the community for over 100 years as a bank, this unique building offers the stately beauty of a bygone era. Key Hall boasts a stunning ballroom and  newly renovated private event space that can accommodate up to 220 guests.

90 State Events

Where urban meets historic. Built in the early 1900’s as a National Savings Bank, 90 State Events at 90 State Street in downtown Albany is a historic building that retains much of its original marble throughout, as well as its original bank vault.

Glen Sanders Mansion

The historic Glen Sanders Mansion has stood for over 300 years and today welcomes guests looking for a charming backdrop to their special event. Set on the banks of the Mohawk River; the grand ballroom, riverfront patio and gazebo accommodate up to 400 guests.

Saratoga National Golf Club

Conveniently located in historic Saratoga Springs, NY, the Saratoga national Golf Club features stunning scenery with bridges, ponds and lakes to offer the perfect backdrop for events! Elegantly appointed with rich woodwork, custom murals and unique chandeliers, the Saratoga National Golf Club offers unsurpassed views of the award-winning golf course, infinity pool and illuminated fountains and hills.

 

The Couple of the Year has a big decision to make! Which venue would YOU pick?

Stay tuned to see their decision at Capital Region Couple of the Year Facebook Page

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