Omni Royal Orleans is the ideal place to host a French Quarter wedding. Elegant and grand, our ballrooms can each accommodate up to 400 people in a variety of styles to suit your special New Orleans event. All of our venues come with the unmatched service our hotel is known for.
The elegant Grand Salon Complex offers 6,868 square feet of function space and divides into three salons, opening into the Josephine Bonaparte Foyer, which also serves as the perfect spot for cocktails. Accommodates 200 – 400 guests for a reception-style event and 100 – 230 guests for a seated dinner.
Royal Garden Terrace
The Royal Garden Terrace Complex and Courtyard is 2,500 square feet of climate controlled space with a glass wall the entire length of the room which opens onto a lush tropical courtyard. This space is perfect for a romantic wedding. Accommodates 50 – 200 guests for a reception-style event and 50 – 90 guests for a seated dinner.
Rib Room Private Dining Rooms
The Rib Room has four private dining rooms that are perfect for a rehearsal dinner or bridal luncheon, including the Escoffier Room, Wine Cellar, Pipkin Room and Round Table Room. Over the years, these hideaways of the Rib Room have been host to many important political and business meetings. In the mid 1960s, legend has it that local entrepreneurs first conceived the Jazz and Heritage Festival and laid the groundwork for the development of the Louisiana Superdome.
This exclusive, upper-level dining room overlooks the Rib Room through wrought iron railings framed by massive wood archways. Accommodates up to 40 guests.
A six person table set against the backdrop of a traditional French Quarter bricked wall. It is the most intimate of these secretive dining spaces.
A secluded space that has walls which are lined with bins filled with the personal collections of long-time patrons who choose to store their wines on-site. This tradition began soon after the restaurant opened in 1960. Today, some old vintages have remained untouched by their owners for years. Accommodates 10 guests.
Named for an earthenware cooking pot, this room is a slightly larger dining space for up to 12 with the warm look of barge-board walls.