THE PREMIER BANQUET VENUE AT HOTEL CONGRESS
At the heart of downtown Tucson, Copper Hall at Hotel Congress embodies Southwest elegance with its shining tile floors, arched doorways, and floor to ceiling windows. At night, the copper flecked walls glow under chandeliers and candlelight, making Copper Hall one of the most beautiful historic event venues in Tucson.
Our guests love Copper Hall for its unique and memorable ambiance; not to mention, it is only steps away from the most popular dining and entertainment destinations in Tucson – our very own Cup Café and Club Congress. Copper Hall guests can take advantage of all that Hotel Congress has to offer – whether they gather at the lobby bar for a drink after a conference, or stay overnight in one of the vintage style rooms.
“We just had a beautiful themed Halloween wedding and reception with 60 guests in the Copper Hall of Hotel Congress that would not have been possible without all the help and support we received from the hotel’s private events director, Melissa Matriss. We are two busy people who are definitely not party planners but with Melissa’s help brainstorming ideas, suggesting resources, keeping us on track, providing decoration accessories and so much more we were able to make this happen. We got many unsolicited comments from guests during and after the wedding about how nice the venue looked, how fantastic the food tasted and how attentive Melissa was keeping the event on track that day and checking in with people to make sure all their needs were being met. Melissa made the whole process so much fun we kind of regret it is over! (My wife says this review is not fully conveying how much Melissa soothed her anxieties and engaged with us warmly as a co-conspirator rather than a client in making the process fun and relatively stress free.) Taking a step beyond just the satisfaction side, I will also say we felt we got this excellent service at a very reasonable price and would suggest that anyone looking for an extraordinary boutique venue should take a serious look at the Hotel Congress.”
– Burt on WeddingWire.com