Roy Thomson Hall and Massey Hall provide a classic urban retreat. June 21, 2010
Meetings & Incentive Travel Advertising Feature
With elegant settings steeped in urban sophistication and historic charm, Toronto landmarks Roy Thomson Hall and Massey Hall provide some of the city’s most unique and versatile meeting spaces.
Since 1982, Roy Thomson Hall has hosted thousands of world-renowned artists and luminaries. The facility can accommodate everything from intimate board meetings to gala dinner events, with flexible spaces including a high-tech auditorium featuring two stage-level, high-definition screens. The 2,630-seat auditorium’s famed stage also provides a unique setting for cocktail receptions and seated dinners for up to 120.
Roy Thomson Hall’s stunning lobbies are ideal for cocktail receptions, seated dinners and product launches. The facility’s North Court Patio provides an outdoor alternative for receptions and dinners, with a landscaped reflecting pool framed by the skyline. For more intimacy, the Pickering Room, Green Room and Studio are ideal for board meetings and networking events.
For more than 115 years, the stage of Massey Hall has been graced by the likes of Eleanor Roosevelt, George Gershwin, Maria Callas and Luciano Pavarotti. The facility’s blend of Moorish architecture and Art Deco designs provides elegance worthy of any event. The 2,753-seat auditorium is available for large meetings, special performances or stage dinners for 120, while Centuries Bar & Lounge is ideal for private receptions.
Backed by a professional in-house planning team, spaces at Roy Thomson Hall and Massey Hall can be packaged into event programmes featuring multiple components. Daytime meetings can be complemented by evening events, serviced by any of Toronto’s finest caterers.