New York Estate Weddings & Corporate Event Venues
New York has it all when it comes to premium wedding venues, filming locations and corporate retreats. From the glitz and glamour of the Big Apple to the breathtaking charm of its northernmost reaches, the Empire State never disappoints. Our New York listings include unique wedding locations in charming places like the Thousand Islands and the Niagara Falls area.
They also include executive retreats and corporate event venues in prime cities like Albany, Rochester, Syracuse and New York. Whatever your New York State special event venue needs may be, you can find what you need right here.
It’s easy to find a unique and exciting New York venue for your upcoming wedding or special event. From the Hudson Valley to the Adirondacks, you’ll find exceptional venues and locations that will meet and exceed all of your expectations. If you’ve always dreamed of exchanging vows in a swanky New York City mansion, you can make it happen by checking out our premier listings.
If the quaint charms of the Niagara Frontier or the Finger Lakes region are more to your liking, there are plenty of prime estate rentals, luxury wedding venues, filming locations and corporate meeting locations available in those parts of New York as well.
Hudson Valley Venues
The Hudson Valley is a long valley that stretches between the outskirts of New York City, in the south, and the state capital of Albany, which sits in the middle of the scenic Upstate area. This region of the Eastern US has a number of positive traits, including amazing natural landscapes, a tangible historic atmosphere, and a variety of welcomingly-quaint small towns. There are plenty of estates nestled in various parts of the Valley. These provide event spaces where visitors can host a wedding, reunion, meeting, or corporate retreat. Many estates also have accommodations onsite, so they can be used as an alternative to a hotel for people who want to enjoy some privacy and extra comfort while on their Hudson Valley vacation. With its full menu of estates, the Hudson Valley is an ideal destination for a wedding or special event or just a simple summertime vacation.
Long Island City Venues
Long Island City sits in the New York borough of Queens. This area was formerly dominated by factories, but it has now been reinvigorated and is home to a thriving arts community and an energetic dining and nightlife scene. Many of the 19th Century factory buildings in LIC have been turned into loft apartments and event spaces. These restored buildings provide a unique setting for people looking to host their wedding or special event in New York City. Unlike the event venues in the glitzy (an usually very expensive) borough of Manhattan, Long Island City’s rental spaces are more accessible and offer a more straightforward, but still very interesting and unique, atmosphere. The blend of art, history and urban environment make this district a great place to host a truly out-of-the-ordinary event. Despite their industrial exterior, many of the venues in Long Island City offer the same type of high-class services and options that you’d find in the other boroughs of the Big Apple.
For many people, New York City is the world’s most attractive metropolis, and the borough of Manhattan is its excitement-filled heart. With its world-famous museums, bustling streets and easily-recognizable public spaces, Manhattan is a desirable destination both for vacationers seeking the ultimate big-city experience and for wedding and event hosts who are looking for the perfect place for their special day. A number of estates are available in the borough for wedding receptions, corporate retreats, family reunions, cocktail parties and luncheons. In short, no matter what type of event you want to host, you will be able to find the perfect space to hold it in Manhattan. The menu of event spaces ranges from luxurious penthouses to historic mansions to renovated centuries-old buildings. And, of course, some estates even offer accommodations for people who want to experience New York City without checking into a standard hotel.
Bolton Landing Venues
Bolton Landing sits in New York’s scenic Upstate region. Located on Lake George, a body of water in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains, the village is a scenery-lover’s paradise. Despite being in a far-flung corner of the state, this place has plenty of culture and history. Victorian era houses dominate the landscape, with even newer structures embracing the classic design styles. Jazz performances, art galleries and even a barbershop quartet festival give Bolton Landing visitors a truly unique set of experiences to choose from, though the ever-present beauty of Lake George and the Adirondacks will surely be the highlight of any vacation or event that is hosted in the Bolton Landing area. Estates that host weddings, events and luxury-seeking vacationers can be found on the shores of Lake George. These places offer the best of both the man-made and natural worlds: elegant, unique surroundings and stunning views of one of the Eastern US’s most beautiful regions. This combination of indoor and outdoor excellence can make any wedding or event in Bolton Landing a truly special affair.
Mineola is a community on the northwestern end of Long Island, just across the harbor from New York City. This town boasts the best of both worlds: easy access to the excitement of the big city as well as a quiet, slower-paced suburban atmosphere. Yes, Mineola is, both literally and figuratively, a pleasant place. The town’s name comes from a Native America word that means “pleasant place.” Mineola has a strong sense of history, with many buildings dating back more than 100 years. The estates that host weddings and events on this part of Long Island don’t skimp when it comes to classiness. They range from palatial villas where you can host a dream wedding to elegant buildings that can be used for any type of event, from an important business meeting to a once-in-a-lifetime family reunion. Mineola is also a good option for larger events because its estates are more spacious and can accommodate more people compared to the event spaces that are located inside the limits of New York City.
Tarrytown is a village in New York State’s scenic Hudson Valley. It is probably best known for its literary figures, including Washington Irving, who lived in the area and based his famous story, the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, in Tarrytown and neighboring Sleepy Hollow.. Tarrytown’s history dates back to the 17th Century, so it isn’t surprisingly that the place is now infused with a strong sense of the past. Aged-but-well-kept buildings add to this colonial-times ambiance. The town has a long list of positive attributes, especially when it comes to hosting weddings or special events. It is quaint, welcoming, scenic, and classy. Many of the estates that host events have interesting stories, with literary luminaries like Irving and Mark Twain spending time in some of the buildings that now provide space for weddings, meetings and reunions. And, of course, the natural beauty of the Hudson Valley will be an ever-present part of any event that takes place in one of Tarrytown’s excellent estates
Huntington is a village on New York’s Long Island. This is a classic suburban town that has plenty of natural settings and some areas that overlook Long Island Sound. The area is often referred to as Long Island’s Gold Coast. There is a strong sense of history in Huntington. Though suburban landscapes seem to dominate, the estates and event venues of Huntington are infused with a classic style and deep history. These almost-palatial venues feature well-manicured grounds and buildings that retain their centuries’-old elegance despite being renovated so that they have all the modern comforts and amenities that guests would expect from a high-quality event venue. People seeking romance and elegance for a wedding, gala, or reunion will find more than enough in Huntington’s estates. Many estates also double as inns, with luxurious rooms providing the perfect setting for guests who want to avoid the standard hotel experience while on Long Island. There is so much atmosphere in these places that an estate vacation in Huntington might seem like a great alternative to a vacation on the nearby Hamptons.