The Champagne Room at Polish American Citizens Association
Positioned southwest of Philadelphia on Marple Avenue, The Champagne Room at Polish American Citizens Association offers blissful couples a newly renovated, romantic setting to tie the knot in Clifton Heights. Constructed in a convenient location, this venue is an ideal choice for brides and grooms with traveling guests with easy access from nearby highways and airports. Designed with a large hall style room, this space features an attached, full-size kitchen for caterers of your choice. The hall also includes an open layout design to accommodate a variety of flexible setting arrangements. Best suited for small to medium size guest lists, The Champagne Room makes it easy to socialize and celebrate with all your family and friends in style. Equipped with an inviting atmosphere, this venue includes a contemporary decor and furnishing for the elegant wedding day photos you always dreamed of. If you are searching for a stunning space to share your vows, allow The Champagne Room at Polish American Citizens Association to take your breath away.
Indoor Ceremony, Indoor Reception
Max Indoor Ceremony: 175 guests
Max Indoor Reception: 175 guests
Set up time can start at 2 hours prior to the event. Events must end by midnight.
There is no rental fee for the ceremony or reception but there is a guest count minimum applied to all events. The venue allows 5 hours of event time excluding set up and clean up time.
The average wedding cost at The Champagne Room at Polish American Citizens Association is estimated at between $5,838 and $15,323 for a ceremony & reception for 100 guests.
|Bride's dressing area|
|Groom's dressing area|
|Podium and/or stage|
|Coat check room|
|Tables and chairs provided|
|Venue set up and clean up|
|Day of onsite manager|
|Kitchen for prep only|
|Large parking lot|
|Venue must approve all decorations|
|Approved outside caterer allowed|
|Amplified music OK indoors only|
|Smoking outside only|
|Alcohol must be provided by venue|
|Music must end by midnight|
|Rose petals allowed to be thrown|