The Grand Room, located at 9,080 feet above sea level on the 3rd floor of Thunderhead, cater groups of any size. Your guests will never forget your day with the magnificent views of the Yampa Valley. Just imagine it is your first dance together and the sunsets behind the hills of the Sleeping Giant and the sky paints a colorful picture for you and your guests to savor forever.
This expansive manicured lawn provides 360-degree views as far at the eye can see and is the perfect outdoor mountaintop location to start your lives together with friends and family.
This traditional outdoor location takes in the natural setting of the Rocky Mountains and Yampa Valley.
Four Points Wedding Venue Steamboat Springs, CO
FOUR POINTS LODGE
Located at 9,716 feet above sea level, this elegant mountain lodge with soaring vaulted ceilings, expansive outdoor deck and floor-to-ceiling windows is truly an escape into the moment – solely focused on the here and now of this special day. Your guests will never forget your union as you say “I DO” from the top of this secluded mountain retreat set against the magnificent views of the Yampa Valley. Share your life together with friends and family as the sun slowly sets behind the hills of the Sleeping Giant and the sky paints a colorful picture to savor forever.
This fine dining restaurant is transformed into an intimate affair, catering to groups up to 100. Guests discover the wonderful views of the Yampa Valley with windows from floor to ceiling. Enjoy one of the many delicious dinners from the resort’s World Class Chefs.
KORBEL GRAND BALLROOM
The Steamboat Grand’s 5,484-square-foot Korbel Grand Ballroom offers the ideal location while providing the ultimate in flexibility. The ballroom, which can accommodate up to 350 seated at tables, may be divided into three smaller rooms, which can be used individually or combined. The hotel’s pre-function meeting space offers incredible views of Mt. Werner, the Flat Tops, as well as the town of Steamboat Springs. Whether it's the wedding of your dreams, a cozy and intimate ceremony, or rehearsal dinner, The Steamboat Grand is the perfect place for your next special wedding event.
The Cabin’s ambiance reflects a mix of the contemporary with the Western heritage of Steamboat Springs. The setting is that of mountain log cabin plush with comfortable booths and hand-made wooden tables with inlaid wrought-iron designs. Stands of aspen trees, canvas ceilings, large oil-based paintings depicting outdoor adventure and a large rock fireplace create an atmosphere reminiscent of a cozy, remote cabin, while easily accommodating 100 guests. The Cabin Bar helps create a special Steamboat ambience featuring local and regional libations.
The intimate and secluded Grand Pavilion, constructed in the log and beam style reminiscent of the Great American West, mixes the outdoor beauty of native wildflowers and landscaping with crisp fresh mountain air, spread under the incredible Colorado bluebird sky.
STEAMBOAT BASE CLUB
Tucked away in the magic of the mountain village lies the Steamboat Base Club, a mountain club for all seasons and occasions. This is your place on the mountain where we take care of your every need. The crackling full stone fireplace is the ideal focal point for any gathering as your friends and family take in the upscale comfort and amenities of this intimate, modern mountain club. Celebrate your special day in your special place on the mountain.
Haymaker Patio Grill
HAYMAKER CLUBHOUSE, HAYMAKER GOLF COURSE
The Haymaker Clubhouse overlooks the golf course and the lush Yampa Valley, where the mountains flow right into the valley floor and the Flat Top Mountains loom in the distance. The clubhouse expands onto a magnificent wrap-around veranda with outside seating and fireplace. This 233 acre, city-owned public golf course integrates the rich pastoral background of this ranching community while maintaining a precious balance with nature. With no residential development, there are no distractions on your special day except for the sounds of nature and the broad vistas of the Yampa Valley and Mount Werner.