Thank you for your interest in Corinthian Event Center! Our building is located in beautiful downtown San Jose. The elegant structure was constructed in 1924 and is reminiscent of the Gatsby Era. Our hand painted ceilings, carved granite balconies and 30- foot palm trees create one of the most memorable settings for your event!
At Corinthian Grand Ballroom in San Jose, CA, we have a wide variety of package options for you to choose from. You'll meet with our specialists to decide exactly what is best for you and what will fit your budget. We are here to make your special day as easy as possible.
Rental rates and food & beverage minimums which depend on the night of the week.
Rental fee: $3,500
F&B minimum: $12,000
Rental fee: $2,500
F&B minimum: $10,000
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The Ballroom is our main event space. Enter through a foyer, regally outfitted with a crystal chandelier and a hand-painted wood-beam ceiling. Once inside the Corinthian Room, you're struck by its grand proportions and majestic features. The 50-foot ceiling has massive wood beams, and is inset with alternating panes of blue glass and intricately detailed panels of gold leaf grillwork. Eight extraordinary wrought-iron-and-glass lanterns hang from the ceiling like giant luminous earrings, while five 30-foot palm trees embedded with twinkle lights add sparkle. At one end of the room is a stage with a carved stone proscenium arch framing red velvet curtains; at the other end is a carved granite balcony, where just-married couples often dance their first dance. Banquettes along the sides of the room make cozy seating areas, and there's a raised section that's ideal for the head table. The hardwood dance floor is permanently ensconced in front of the stage.
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