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Downtown Berkeley Performance Space with Skylights
This is a large room with brick walls, skylights, multiple seating options, including comfy couches, and a professional stage in the corner. The room is set slightly below street level, accessible via a short staircase (or an ADA-compliant chair lift), and is 1090 square feet. The corner stage is an 160 square feet, and the entry platform just inside the front door is 50 square feet.
Clean and Attractive Café
This Café has an entrance right off the parking lot, and also connects to the auditorium upstairs via a staircase. Clean and attractive, the Café and Kitchen have gray-blue floors and white walls. A flat screen TV with HDMI and internet connectivity is included. Long tables and folding chairs are available. The Café can be rented with or without use of the kitchen, which includes a six burner Wolf range with griddle and oven, refrigerator and freezer, microwaves, coffee maker, and table settings.
-43' x 22'
-80 person capacity
-14 folding tables
-80 folding chairs
$30/hr ongoing weekday rental
$50/hr special events, no kitchen use (meetings, lectures, etc.)
$70/hr special events, full kitchen (dinners, parties, etc.)
* All events serving food will be charged a flat $50 mopping fee.
The Great Hall - Event Space
This is a glamorous event space inspired by the turn-of-the-century Arts and Crafts movement. This one-of-a-kind, 2,000-square-foot room is lavished with floor-to-ceiling woodwork, period fixtures, and stained-glass transoms. A gleaming hardwood floor and lofty ceiling add to the sense of tradition and grandeur, and two giant fireplaces provide warmth and atmosphere. This space has three distinct sections, which may be used for different aspects of your event.
Delightful Dining Lounge
Our Catering can customize all your meals to your liking throughout your stay, so you can be with your family and friends without ever needing to leave the hotel. The raised hardwood stage at one end can hold musicians, a dance floor or the head table, while the recessed middle section can be transformed into an intimate dining space. Use the other end for additional reception seating, or for a buffet and bar setup.