A modern ballroom with the charm and charisma of the old world

San Remo Ballroom offers state-of-the-art facilities and an incredibly large ballroom-style dance floor. The venue can hold up to 650 guests for a sit-down event, or 1000 guests for a cocktail event. Your guests can stand comfortably in the modern but charming setting of this magnificent function space!

Recently refurbished, San Remo Ballroom is now more stunning than ever before. The venue now boasts lavish chandeliers, including a stunning chandelier installation above the dance floor, and mood lighting. The lighting can also be set to any color that best suits your event theme.

Not only is the venue perfect for weddings, but it is also great for social events and corporate functions! This includes school formals, uni balls, and corporate Christmas parties.

For such events (school formals/dances/uni balls) Feel Good Events is San Remo Ballroom’s resident DJ – often DJ-ing for hundreds of guests up to 3 times per week.

San Remo Ballroom is set up perfectly for creating large scaled events where dancing is the main focal point of the night. Utilising their in-house lighting and Feel Good Event’s styling equipment and decor we can make your next event a truly memorable experience. Enquire about our package deals including DJ and styling today!

Venue Website: http://srbevents.melbourne
Venue Address: 365 Nicholson Street, Carlton North VIC 3054
Phone Number: 03 8676 1673
Best Contact at Venue: Cinzia Or Vanessa – Function/Wedding Coordinators

“Working with the incredible team at Feel Good Events over the past seven years, their quality and professionalism is outstanding each time. The team always goes above and beyond. Special mention to Emma and Marcus, nothing is ever too difficult – they make the impossible possible. Their range of products transform our venue from Hollywood Style to a Circus Extravaganza, without any fuss. Personally and professionally, I would recommend Feel Good Events every time! ”
VANESSA CROSS – Wedding/Function Coordinator