We recommend booking Catalina Island Casino Ballroom tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund. See all 1 Catalina Island Casino Ballroom tours on Tripadvisor. What hotels are near Catalina Island Casino Ballroom? Hotels near Catalina Island Casino Ballroom: (0.31 mi) The Avalon Hotel (0.28 mi The Avalon Ball is a fantastic journey into the past when Big Bands played for huge audiences which were broadcast to the nation in the Art Deco Casino Ballroom built in 1929 and located in the city of Avalon on Catalina Island. Completely restored just a few years ago, the ballroom retains its original romantic style--a lavish medley of rose-hued walls, an arching, fifty-foot ceiling with Located in Avalon's Historic Landmark. The ballroom is available for weddings, private parties, corporate events, meetings and seminars. On-site catering for up to 1200 guests. The massive, twelve-story building includes the ballroom as well as a luxurious movie theatre. Without a doubt, the Casino will provide a getaway to remember. 877.778.9399. The Casino's magnificent ballroom, which has been fully restored, continues to host major events, including the annual New Year’s Eve Celebration, Catalina Conservancy Ball and Catalina Island JazzTrax Festival. The ballroom is available year-round for weddings, private celebrations, and corporate events. The Catalina Island Casino is without a doubt Catalina Island’s most recognizable landmark. The round, Art Deco structure rises the equivalent of 12 stories, and is surrounded by the sea on three sides. During the day its white facade gleams in the sunshine, and at night it lights the harbor with a romantic glow. Commissioned and built by William Wrigley, Jr, the Catalina Casino opened on Catalina Island Conservancy hosted their 21 st Conservancy Ball. The spectacular Casino ballroom was used for the 21st Conservancy Ball with the theme “Imagine Catalina”. A circular floor with an incredibly vast 180 feet diameter underneath a 50 foot tall cantilevered ceiling made the ballroom the largest circular dance floor in the world.
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