Our Narragansett Ballroom features 22-ft ceilings illuminated by beautiful crystal chandeliers and can accommodate up to 550 guests for dinner and dancing. Our Providence Ballroom provides the perfect venue for a more intimate, romantic gathering with gold candelabra chandeliers. This event space can accommodate up to 125 guests for dinner and dancing.
With over 22,000 sq. ft. of event space, our staff will find the perfect venue for your unique wedding vision!
Recommended by 91% of couples
Margot · Married on 12/31/2018
Alicia and staff were amazing. I had no idea what to do for centerpieces or even how I wanted the room to look. Alicia gave some great examples and set it up perfectly! The staff there it very attentive and so so nice!
Kaitlyn · Married on 02/18/2017
I couldn’t have asked for a better venue than the Omni Providence Hotel. From the very beginning, Richard, our coordinator, was responsive to all of our questions. The details of the wedding package were clearly explained and there were a variety of choices in terms of linens, uplighting, menu choices, and the set up of the ballroom. The room rate offered for our wedding block was very competitive and the majority of our guests stayed over because of this, making our wedding an all night event! The day of our wedding, I did not worry about a single thing, Richard and his staff set up the cocktail hour space and the ballroom exactly the way I described. The food was delicious from the appetizers to the entrée to the cupcake station and even the late night chicken tender and fries station. Our wedding reception ran perfectly and we have to thank Richard and the staff at the Omni for running a smooth and perfect reception for us and our guests. I highly recommend this venue.
Kaitlyn & Bill
Moira · Married on 05/14/2016
Four days after my wedding, I am still overcome with happiness at the artfulness and ease with which everything was executed from start to finish. So much of that had to do with my coordinator and choice of venue: Sarah Bauerle and the Omni Downtown Providence, respectively. My husband and I looked at a lot of places to host our wedding; from the moment I met Sarah, I knew I wanted to work with her (the stunning ballroom, of course, was a plus). Sarah's attention to detail from our first conversation to the band's encore was amazing -- she listened to us when we told her what we wanted out of a wedding and incorporated all of that into a custom detailed package, and it was the easiest decision we've made throughout the planning process. She coordinated with all of my vendors to craft and carry out a seamless day-of timeline. She responded to every email and call in what seemed like moments. She accommodated last-minute changes and requests (there will be last minute changes and requests, if you think otherwise you're probably fooling yourself). Many of my family members were given upgraded rooms when they realized they were close to a group of college students celebrating their graduation ball on the Thurs/Fri preceding my wedding. Everyone worked together throughout: the AV coordinator, Mark, texted me pictures of the ballroom on the morning of the wedding -- I texted him a couple of suggested changes to be more in line with my diagram, and he immediately relayed them to the staff to make the changes. It was almost too easy! I can't say enough about Sarah's (and her team's) ability to make my wedding amazing. I'll end my review with this last thought: while I really don't acknowledge negativity, I do have to say that if/when you're reading reviews of this venue, please keep in mind that if something *sounds* completely outrageous and far-fetched, it probably is just that. My livelihood revolves around sniffing out BS -- and one review here stinks.