At the Mansions on Fifth Hotel, we love weddings! What we especially love about them is the blending of our one-of-a-kind space with a once-in-a-lifetime event. With its high, wood beam ceilings and dark walnut paneling, accented by magnificent leaded glass windows, the Grand Hall at the Mansions offer an exquisite backdrop to a very special day.
The Mansions can accommodate wedding receptions from 20 guests to 180.
We offer three primary wedding packages – the Grand Package, the Gold Package, and the Cocktail Reception Package, and one seasonal package - The McCook Package available January through April. With pricing and amenities to accommodate all styles and budgets.
For a full list and description of all the current Mansions on Fifth wedding packages click here.
Non Saturday weddings and receptions have been gaining in popularity in recent years for a variety of reasons. Many clients want to spend the entire day and night after the wedding and reception with their friends, family and out-of-town guests, decompressed after the stress and excitement of the big day. For a couple looking to marry sooner rather than later, the date availabilities of Fridays and Sundays are typically more flexible, offering a greater choice of dates on a tight timeline. And, importantly, venues (including Mansions on Fifth!) will offer relaxed dollar or guest minimums, along with discounts on package rates. You get the same attentive service, the same fabulous food, and same breathtaking space at an attractively discounted price!
If you haven’t considered a Friday or Sunday wedding, you may want to do so – they present a great value for your dollar and offer more time to spend with family and friends. Contact one of our wedding sales specialists for more information!
At the Priory Hospitality Group, we have seen many clients steer away from sit down or buffet dinners, where their guests are anchored to a dinner table for an hour, to a food stations event. The food stations, set up at various points around our event rooms, offer a variety of food options to guests while allowing them to mingle throughout the event. If a guest loves a certain food item, he or she can have as much as he or she wants. And if they don't like an item – well, there's no wasted broccoli at a stationed event.
And clients may, if they like, design separate cocktail stations, including cocktails which pair with the food stations.