Ballrooms in San Antonio Texas

Although many people think of balls and they think of the sophistication of the balls in Jane Austen novels, these occasions are more popular in the 21st century than you might think! When it comes to ballrooms in San Antonio, The Grand Promenade is the perfect choice of venue to hold your special event. With an elegant and fantastically historic space, you can create a truly magical atmosphere that your guests will love immersing themselves in!

Home to just a few ballrooms San Antonio is also host to many special occasions throughout the year including corporate events, parties and various other celebrations. If you want to celebrate your ball in an elegant setting, then The Grand Promenade can provide you with the space that you need.

The Grand Promenade covers 10,000 square feet, with high ceilings and beautifully restored original features such as rustic brick walls, the space is one of the most majestic ballrooms in San Antonio TX.

In addition to one of the finest ballrooms in San Antonio Texas, The Grand Promenade is also home to an events management service, fantastic chefs, and a very creative drinks menu that has truly put us on the map!

From charity balls to masquerade balls, your guests will have a fantastic time eating, drinking and then dancing the night away in a captivating ballroom setting at the Alamo Quarters Building. Situated just off the famous River Walk, this central location is one of the greatest ballrooms San Antonio Texas can provide.

Arranging entertainment, catering, or any other details are made easy by the help you will receive from our friendly and accommodating staff.  Have a special request?  Just ask and we will be happy to work with you to achieve your event goals.

No other San Antonio ballroom could offer you the unique service available, nor could you find a ballroom space quite like it in the whole of Texas. So, if you want to hold a celebration to remember then look no further than The Grand Promenade!

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