Embark on life’s greatest adventure enveloped in romance and glamour at the Rainbow Room. Dance away a magical evening on the famous rotating dance floor surrounded by sparking chandeliers, crystal curtains, and spectacular Manhattan cityscapes from 65 stories in the sky.
Situated on the 65th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, the Rainbow Room is a spectacular venue that offers a romantic and festive locale for special occasions, such as wedding ceremonies and receptions. Opened to the public in 1934 during the Great Depression, the historic venue has served as host to some of the most famous events in New York, including performances from singers like Frank Sinatra.
Rainbow Room chefs and hospitality professionals are among the most sought-after talent in their industries, promising to deliver on the venue’s immaculate reputation as an international event destination, and guaranteeing unforgettable milestones. Rainbow Room has refined and updated classic dishes, while infusing an elegant playfulness in presentation.
Rainbow Room graciously accommodates 300 guests for a seated dinner and 250 guests for a seated dinner with dancing. The Rainbow Room name was inspired by the installation of an RCA color organ that automatically converted music into changing colors in harmony with the moods expressed by the music. When music was played, concealed color lights would project across the room’s dome and illuminate the dance floor.
Floor-to-ceiling windows, adorned with curtains made of real Preciosa crystals from the Czech Republic, create a breathtaking sight on their own while offering sprawling views of Manhattan. Though recently updated, the renovation preserved the landmark features of the venue, including the four platforms and their gorgeous crystal balusters, the regal crystal chandelier that serves as the focal point of the room, the 30-foot diameter rotating parquet dance floor, and the dramatic staircase that leads to the entertainers’ balcony.
This luxurious venue guarantees that couples will feel on top of the world during their special day.