Meeting Spaces with a View

Impress your group with a unique space, top-notch amenities and outstanding views.

Posted on Feb 25, 2019 By Diana Alvarez

Cloud Nine Cafe at Reunion Tower

Experience one of the most iconic landmarks in Dallas at Cloud Nine Cafe. Situated between the Geo-Deck, the tower's observation deck, and Five Sixty, the tower's top-floor Asian-inspired rotating restaurant can comfortably accommodate 220 seats. 

Need more space? Both the observation deck and Five Sixty can be reserved along with Cloud Nine, making it easy to transition your event from day meetings to evening receptions.

Cloud Nine offers a great space with 360-degree views of Dallas.
Cloud Nine offers a great space with 360-degree views of Dallas.

 

City Club

Head up to the 69th floor of Bank of America Plaza, the tallest building in Downtown Dallas, to wow your attendees with a bird's eye view. The private club, founded in 1918, is designed to fit everything from a board meeting of 20 people to a banquet reception for 650 guests (300 seated).

 

The Loft at Gilley's Dallas

Give your group one of the best views of the Dallas skyline. The historic music venue – known for featuring Texas country music, as well as its mechanical bull and Jack Daniel's Saloon – seats 450 people in the second-floor space that has prime access to a 3,000 square foot patio overlooking Downtown Dallas. When closing remarks are wrapped, head to Bonnie & Clyde's, a recently opened speakeasy inside Gilley's Dallas.

Gilley's indoor meeting space is located on the second floor, along with an outdoor patio just below their marquee sign.
Gilley's indoor meeting space is located on the second floor, along with an outdoor patio just below their marquee sign.

 

DEC on Dragon

The two-story, retro-modern space in the heart of the Design District is great for groups of 200 or less, with plenty of indoor meeting space enveloped in exposed brick walls and industrial chic décor. Its crowning feature is a 3,500-square-foot rooftop bar – complete with sparkling string lights – with spectacular views of the Dallas skyline.  

 

Terrace at the Joule Hotel

Step out on to the boutique hotel's fourth floor terrace for an eye-catching view of – what else? – The Eye, a 30-foot sculpture modeled after the artist's own eyeball located across from Main Street from Joule Hotel. The terrace's event space can include indoor space that can accommodate 110 in a banquet set up, with adjoining outdoor pre-function reception space that can fit up to 130.  A glass elevator can bring your guests up from street level directly to the fourth floor, ensuring they arrive in style.

 

Sheraton Dallas Hotel

With 19 event rooms and up to 10 breakout rooms, the Sheraton Dallas Hotel is ready for any group's needs. Their top-floor ballroom, aptly named The Majestic Ballroom, can seat up to 165 guests and boasts spectacular views of Deep Ellum and East Dallas.

 

A look inside a meeting space at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel.
A look inside a meeting space at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel.

Canopy Dallas Uptown

Set up your group at the top floor of the Canopy Dallas, a recently opened Hilton-branded hotel in Uptown. While their conference space can fit up to 200 guests, the executive boardroom can comfortably fit up to 14 guests, making it a great space for smaller group. Both spaces overlook Uptown, with Downtown Dallas in the distance.

A bonus: The hotel has easy access to all the activity in both neighborhoods thanks to an M-Line Trolley stop just steps from the hotel.

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