The 5 Best Wedding Venues in NYC

There are hundreds of beautiful places in New York City that one can choose to get married. However, narrowing them down and finding the most ideal spot for your wedding ceremony or reception isn’t as easy as most people think. Besides, it’s also important to plan your wedding venue ahead of time to ensure there are no last-minute disappointments.

That said, there are great wedding venues in New York City that you can opt to have your wedding. Below is our list of the five best wedding venue places that you can consider if you are looking to tie the knot in the “City that Never Sleeps.”

The Beekman Hotel

There is nothing as great as having your wedding ceremony and reception at the same lace. You not only get to cut down on your cost but also don’t have to have people moving from one venue to the next and spending unnecessary hours in traffic. That is why the Beekman Hotel stands out. You can have both your ceremony and reception there if you so, please. As a once abandoned Temple Court, it has since been refurbished to what is now the Beekman Hotel. The renovation transformed the venue into what has become one of the most coveted wedding spaces in NYC.

The Central Park Boathouse

One of the most ultimate places to get married at would be at the Central Park. And what better place to get married in Central Park that at The Boathouse which provides you with great views of the lake from a windowed or terrace room. Besides, you will have an ample amount of space to take your wedding photos. The best part is you can host from a minimum of 80 people to a maximum of 230 people when seated with available dancing space. You can also opt to get more space at an additional fee if you have more people attending your wedding.

Gotham Hall

With a capacity of 50 to 1200 people, Gotham Hall has hosted different kinds of events from countless weddings to Grammy after party to a fashion show. Gotham Hall is the former headquarters of the Greenwich Savings Bank and has a beautiful Art Deco ballroom plus a tall seven-story grand vaulted dome. The sweeping sheer curtains can give the space a more intimate look without necessarily hiding the magnificent architecture.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

There is nothing as beautiful as having beautiful flowers in a rose garden surrounding your wedding venue. This is what you get when you opt to walk down the aisle at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. While you may not be able to host that many people here and have to abide to some strict rules, it’s a great spot if your budget doesn’t allow you to go overboard. You can also take advantage of the garden and take your wedding photos there as well.

The United Nations Dining Room and Outdoor Rooftop Patio

I know what you are thinking. “A wedding reception, at the United Nations? No, way.” Well, yes way. The building has floor-to-ceiling windows that face the NYC’s skyline and the East River. The Delegates Dining Room has sufficient space for a grand wedding reception. That’s not all. The outdoor rooftop patio allows you and your guests to enjoy the most breathtaking views of the Queensboro Bridge and the city as well. For a sit-down dinner, the dining has a capacity of 350 to 500 while a cocktail reception can host up to 850.