NYC Best Wedding Venues – So you and your partner have decided to let New York City host your upcoming wedding! You will not regret it for sure. Everything you can possibly dream of can be found here. And we can help.
Sure, we do transportation, not wedding planning. But we know New York City, and we want what you want. So allow us to offer just a few possible venues here, and then meet all your transportation needs to help ensure its success!
NYC’s Best Wedding Venues
Here are just a few suggestions, in alpha order.
For many generations, The Carlyle on the Upper East Side in NYC has hosted celebrities, royalty, tourists, and everything in between. Their experienced bridal experts will give the same impeccable service and attention to detail to making your wedding day all that it should be, from the rehearsal dinner to the reception.
There is much to be said for just a simple, genuine environment for the “I do” portion of your day, and then focus your time, talent, and budget on reception or even the rest of your lives. New York City’s City Hall, located at the center of City Hall Park in the Civic Center area of Lower Manhattan, may be the perfect location. After all, you are still in extraordinary New York, where anything is possible, marrying the love of your life, right? Enough said.
The distinguished Glasshouse and Glasshouse Chelsea offer incredible views of the Hudson River, Downtown, and Midtown Manhattan, along with a team of professionals who are highly equipped to deliver your dream wedding.
The lavish Cipriani Wall Street, formally home to the New York Merchants’ Exchange, offers stunning Greek architecture and 70-foot ceilings with a Wedgewood dome. Not to mention exceptional fare and service. This is one of Manhattan’s finest wedding venues.
The Foundry, located in Long Island City, was first built in the 19th century and offers indoor and outdoor event spaces for your special day. Choose from the intimate Greenhouse and the stunning Alba Room or open-air Terrace, all offering inimitable views of the city.
The loft-styled Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers will provide a lovely waterfront backdrop of the Hudson, along with 10,000 square feet of event space, an all-season, glass-enclosed terrace with outdoor waterfront access, smooth hardwood floors, and many other unique features. Certainly this is a venue that needs to be experienced firsthand.
The New York Public Library’s landmark Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, with its impressive ceilings, marble columns, and regal staircases, is an extraordinary backdrop to your wedding day. Not the least of which is that you will be supporting the library’s exceptional collections, services, and programs. Talk about a win-win.
The Pierre Hotel offers gorgeous, enduring spaces for you to consider, along with in-house wedding planners and experts to ensure all your details, such as the wedding cake and floral arrangements, are as unique as you are.
The 65th floor of the 30 Rockefeller Plaza was renovated inn 2014, and offers a domed ceiling and revolving dance floor, outlined by crystal wall scones and brass railings. Another must-see to believe venue.
Just 90 minutes from Manhtanna, the 5-star Glenmere Mansion’s 150 acres in Chester, New York, allows you to “own” the property for the weekend, ensuring your event is uninterrupted and private. Perfect for an outdoor ceremony and reception, New York winters notwithstanding, of course.
The Weylin, located in Brooklyn, is the site of the acclaimed Williamsburg Savings Bank, built by renowned architect George B. Post, and designed by Peter B. Wright in 1875. This unique venue offers a frescoed dome, mosaics, and wooden carvings, and is the perfect environment for galas, art shows, concerts, and, you guessed it, weddings.