Nestled in historic downtown St. Charles is the Hotel Baker. This 1928 building pairs old fashion charm with luxurious elegance. Imagine wedding your love in the Traditional English Rose Garden. This stunning garden displays manicured hedges and lush flowers. The nearby Boathouse is perfect for a cocktail hour before your evening reception. The Waterfront Ballroom and patio overlook the Fox River, an ornate view for an evening of celebration. The marble flooring and chandeliers provide your wedding with a grandiose environment. This is a lovely room that allows guests to flow from indoors to outside with ease. Finally, the Hotel Baker has the unique Rainbow Room, an oval space that features a stunning lighted dance floor, rich mahogany columns, a circular balcony, and an old romantic air. This space will have you and your guests feeling transported to another era as you rise to dance after enjoying a lovely seated dinner.
Indoor/Outdoor Ceremony, Indoor Reception
Max Indoor Ceremony: 200 guests
Max Outdoor Ceremony: 200 guests
Max Indoor Reception: 200 guests
Flexible set up start time. Early morning can be arranged. Events must end by midnight.
The rental fee ranges from $1,500 to $2,500 for a reception and includes 6 hours of event time excluding set up and clean up time. There is also a food and beverage minimum applied to all events. The fee for a ceremony is $500 with reception rental. Please inquire with venue for buffet style dinner options, as well as additional event time.
The average wedding cost at Hotel Baker is estimated at between $15,568 and $28,155 for a ceremony & reception for 100 guests.
|Coat check room|
|Tables and chairs provided|
|Linens, silverware, glassware provided|
|Venue set up and clean up|
|Overnight accommodations available|
|Day of onsite manager|
|Full kitchen facilities|
|All food and beverage handled by venue|
|Food & beverage minimum|
|Wheelchair access limited|
|Catering provided by venue|
|Amplified music OK indoors and outdoors|
|Smoking outside only|
|Alcohol must be provided by venue|
|Music must end by midnight|