Parties & Special Events : Facilities and Options

We hosted our son’s high school graduation party at the Summit Event Center. We wanted a venue that was easy to find. We also wanted a catered meal and a dance band. The folks at the Summit made everything so easy for us. They arranged the best buffet ever and accommodated our needs for music, decorations and all those special details that make a party “picture perfect!” Thanks to everyone at the Summit for making our special day – extra special! keep reading... - John and Roberta M

Not all event spaces are the same!

We take a lot of pride in our elegant event that feel it can stand up to some of the nicest hotel ballrooms in town.  

Highlights include:
  • Two large chandeliers imported from Italy
  • Dimmable lighting throughout
  • Two dance floors
  • Integrated high-end sound system with wireless mics
  • Duel screen projection system 
  • Comfortable lobby with leather seating
  • Solid movable walls for flexible room arrangements
  • Large inventory of tables and chairs 
  • Easily accessible loading area
  • Fully equipped catering prep area
  • Six individually controlled temperature zones

One of the critical factors in choosing a Denver party hall is to make sure it has adequate space for your guests. This is for both comfort and safety. The fire code requires 15 square feet of space per person in a banquet setting. So if you are planning a reception for 200 people, you need at least 3000 square feet of space. (200 x 15 = 3000). Make sure you ask every venue you visit how large the room is.

The following room maps show typical event layouts. If you have something unique in mind, we can easily create a custom map for your room. There is no charge for this, and it is a quick process.

Click below for sample room set diagrams:
Sample Auction Set Diagram
Sample Large Social Event Set Diagram