For corporate events, our nation's capital, Washington D.C., has some very unique and interesting event venues. The restaurants, private rooms, and hotels in D.C. are perfect for events of all shapes and sizes, from simple meetings to corporate events.
The following five venues provide well-equipped and unique environments for corporate meetings. Check them out!
Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium
Why not host your next corporate meeting inside the elegant walls of one of the most famous buildings in DC's Federal Triangle? The Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium is a seven-story auditorium built in 1930, that faces Constitution Avenue and can guarantee you a great corporate meeting.
Filled with gilded aluminum, and regal Roman columns, the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium is one of the greatest examples of the Classical Revival architectural style in D.C. today. It is breathtaking on the inside as it is on the outside.
Marble floors, limestone walls, and grand staircases set a lead for productive discussions and special announcements. From the big lobby to the majestic Great Hall, the Mellon Auditorium can hold from 36 to 1,000 attendees.
Mansion on O Street
Both a historic spot for artists to stop and also a museum, the Mansion on O Street is a wonderful place to gather your team for a meeting that stimulates creativity and curiosity. The structure of the building is dedicated to exploring and advancing the creative process. There are 12 conference rooms and wide-ranging meeting galleries that accommodate up to 300 people, each of them decorated with art and elegant furnishings.
The mansion has five interconnected houses that include over 100 rooms and more than 70 secret doors. Caché Events can help you plan everything, step by step so you can be sure that everything works out perfectly.
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
The Ronald Regan Building and International Trade Center is currently the largest structure in Washington D.C. What you may not know about this building is that it offers over 65,000 square feet of executive meeting space. From the panoramic balcony and the 28-foot domed ceilings that overlook Pennsylvania Avenue to a 4-acre landscaped courtyard and regal outdoor sculpture garden, renting one of these standout spaces is just perfect for small and also for large groups.
POV at the W Hotel
POV has been a D.C. important building for quite some time, now its location is just a few steps away from many iconic landmarks. The hotel's iconic 11th-floor rooftop lounge looks out right to the nation's most important monuments and beautiful landmarks, including the White House and the Washington Monument. If you are looking to host a corporate event here, keep in mind that POV offers semi-private space for 15 to 50 people. If you are seeking more space they can also accommodate up to 150 people.
Palomar Hotel is located right off the Dupont Circle making it a great event venue. The hotel redesigned its seven meeting rooms and event spaces including the hallways and entryways, this spring, giving them a fresh look. If you are looking to hold small or large meetings the Palomar can accommodate up to 300 people and can give you a well-designed space to suit your needs.