Banquets & Ballrooms

Cliff House

For nearly a century and a half, the Cliff House has been one of The City’s most familiar and beloved landmarks. Generations of San Franciscans have brought visiting friends and relatives to this spot to show off the glorious westernmost part of the city. Drawn here by the spectacular ocean views and the waves crashing along the rocky shore, they often stopped in at the restaurant for a hot meal after a blustery walk on Ocean Beach, or to watch a particularly lovely sunset over a glass of win...Read More


MacArthur Park

Although a popular restaurant, MacArthur Park’s biggest secret is that it’s also a great venue for special events: everything from business meetings to wedding receptions and intimate rehearsal dinners. The landmark building which houses MacArthur Park was designed in 1918 by renowned architect Julia Morgan, and originally served as a recreation facility for WWI troops. The main dining room has a vaulted ceiling with exposed wood trusses and beams. Details include several balconies and two ...Read More


Rosewood Sand Hill

Nestled amid 16 pristine acres, Rosewood Sand Hill melds the relaxed style and beauty of California Ranch architecture with lush courtyard gardens and stunning views of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Rosewood Sand Hill is not your typical hotel, appealing to a varied guest experience with resort like amenities, lush courtyard gardens, superb service and local charm. Our 13,000 square feet of interior and exterior event space has been designed to create the perfect backdrop for all meetings and even...Read More


The Freedom Hall & Gardens

Although the setting is quite appealing, what you don’t see is the well-coordinated operation behind the event. Freedom Hall and Gardens hosts 170 weddings a year, and they know their stuff. The venue is Diamond-certified, which means that brides and grooms who were married here have been interviewed by an independent organization to determine the rate of customer satisfaction. Freedom Hall has consistently achieved a near-perfect score. It’s not surprising that Freedom Hall and Gardens was...Read More