The Celestial Ballroom features 5,632 square feet of space, plus a 204 square foot stage. The vaulted ceiling and woodwork of the grand columns highlight the space's iconic style.
Historically, in 1910, the Celestial Ballroom served as the hotel's Bivouac Dining Room, a formal restaurant with murals of famous war victories and flags to represent each nation, before transforming into a popular San Diego San Diego Speakeasy during Prohibition. In the 1940's, the space welcomed legendary entertainment to its stage, known as "The Little Club."
Celestial Ballroom Capacity: Reception 500, Classroom 200, Banquet 300, Crescent 80