Four Points by Sheraton Santa Cruz-Scotts Valley is a hotel wedding venue located in Scotts Valley, California, suitable for intimate elopements and cozy wedding celebrations. This venue is conveniently situated close to popular attractions such as the Santa Cruz Mountain Wineries, The Mystery Spot, and California’s Great America Theme Park. Here, couples can enjoy an elegant wedding celebration close to an array of excursions and amenities.
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Four Points by Sheraton Santa Cruz-Scotts Valley offers a variety of spaces to host any number of wedding occasions in style. The sophisticated lobby offers a bright and airy space to stage a wedding welcome party, giving couples the chance to greet their friends and loved ones. A paved patio is a perfect option for those wishing to host an outdoor ceremony. Couples can wed against a backdrop of tall trees with theater-style seating spread out around them. For an intimate indoor ceremony, The JCP Boardroom can comfortably accommodate up to 12 people in a theater-style seating formation. This room features large picture windows that allow natural light to grace this space. Patio doors lead to a picturesque veranda that looks out upon the scenic surroundings here. For a reception event of up to 80 guests, the Redwood Room provides a well-lit space that features neutral decor. This allows the room to be easily transformed to suit individual color schemes and wedding themes.
Four Points by Sheraton Santa Cruz-Scotts Valley offers luxurious accommodations for out-of-town wedding guests. All rooms benefit from comfortable furnishings, flat-screen TVs, and high-speed internet. Those looking to unwind with a crafted cocktail and quality cuisine will enjoy the 5030 Restaurant and Lounge. Here, guests can choose from a large selection of breakfast and dinner options.
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Mikael Labuguen, the GM, was so accommodating with our wedding plans, and he handled all the behind the scenes planning with our events team, setting up the room blocks, our welcome dinner, organized and SERVED our day-of brunch, provided amazing bartending, and made sure that everything was set up and ready to go by the time guests started arriving after the ceremony. Their IT group even helped us with internet bandwidth to livestream the event to our virtual guests. Excluding the COVID factors we had to consider, this hotel has the perfect patio space for an outdoor reception, with full service by the hotel, and we and the guests couldn't stop gushing at how perfect everything looked.
My husband and I are beyond happy that we chose the Four Points as our wedding reception venue. We couldn't have asked for anything better - our whole experience with the team, the venue, and especially Mikael was perfection.
Unfortunately we heard quite a few complaints of the bartenders attitude (which was shocking as we have had her be our bartender quite a few times prior with no issues, her excuse was business but that’s no need to be rude to paying customers). There were also water problems. A few rooms flooded outside the doors in the halls and our guests had to ask for them to swap out the old soggy towels left to absorb. Also the water just turning off completely while showering (third floor seemed to have the most problems).
As we are locals we never stay there overnight but thought that would be insightful for guests looking to book.
We just visit for drinks and apps :)
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