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San Francisco's first choice for wedding festivities, the Palace Hotel is a magical place to affirm your life together as a married couple. With a variety of exquisite venues to choose from, your affair could be an intimate cocktail gala to the ball of the town.

The Sunset Court captures a relaxed outdoor feeling with its domed glass ceiling and striking views of the city. The graceful room serves up to 600 guests for a seated dinner and dancing. (5,178 sq ft/ 481 sq m)

The Ralston Room is a tribute to William Ralston's prediction that the Palace Hotel would be the premier location for elegance and exceptional service. The luxurious room features arched ceilings accented with gold, long French windows framed by intricate trellis work and ornate crystal lights. (5,292 sq ft/ 492 sq m)

The Grand Ballroom is comprised of the Rose and Concert rooms, which can be used separately or combined for a stunning 8,964-square-foot space with 18-foot ceilings, brilliant antique drop chandeliers, rich red and gold carpeting and elaborate molding. In its entirety, the Grand Ballroom can host 600 guests alongside a parquet dance floor. (8,964 sq ft/ 833 sq m)

The Gold Ballroom has hosted many celebrations, favored due to its French windows draped in silk, the jewel-like fixtures and the classic decorative fireplace topped by a dramatic 5-foot mirror. The 4,947-square-foot venue welcomes up to 250 guests for dinner and dancing. (4,947 sq ft/ 460 sq m)

The "most charming venue" in the hotel, the French Parlor is split over two levels, complete with decorative fireplace, chandeliers and antique glass windows overlooking the Garden Court. The 770-square-foot Lower Parlor, decorated in a palette of white and crimson, is the ideal intimate reception space, while the 1,290-square-foot Upper Parlor hosts a beautiful sit-down meal for up to 90 guests. (770 and 1,290 sq ft/ 72 and 120 sq m)

Our wedding specialists will create an exquisite celebration – from invitations to flowers to menus to décor – that is an authentic reflection of you as a couple.