Palais Royale

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Shreya Dhawan

July 2019

We ended a week long celebrations of our Indian wedding with our Reception at Palais. We had initially signed with Palais because of the intimate single-event hall and the breath-taking waterfront deck. Over the year of planning, we realized the importance of having good vendors and we can truly say that Rebecca, our coordinator at Palais, made the organization and communication process a breeze for us. Rebecca you ROCK. Thanks for being so organized and available, you really stood out in the planning process across all of our events :). On the day of the Reception, Antonio and the team made sure everything ran smoothly with our 280 guests really well! The venue was set-up so nicely, we got the exact intimate feel that we wanted (even with the number of people we had). The chefs perfectly incorporated all of the comments from our food tasting to ensure that the Indian food on our Reception day catered to our tastes. The fire show that the bartenders put on had everything gasping. Our guests (and us) were truly in awe with not just the venue, but the hospitality that was prevalent through out the night. We had a BLAST!! I highly recommend Palais if you want an amazing wedding!

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Nermin D

June 2019

I was at the Palais Royale for a corporate meeting and had a wonderful experience. It is so nice to go to a space with a waterfront view instead of a four wall box. Activities were able to take place in different areas of the venue and the indoor space has beautiful natural lighting. Stepping outside on the back deck you forgot you were in Toronto, great way to spend a lengthy all day meeting.They had a great AV system and screens at all corners of the room making it easy to see. It allowed everyone to have a good view of what was being presented. Overall beautiful historic venue in Toronto!

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Joe B

June 2019

This is an extremely sub par facility for meetings and conferences. 80s themed party? Maybe.1. The parking lot is a small field of dirt and sand. Be careful of the thorny branches branching over your trunk.2. The facility is old and ill maintained, with old and uneven floor and carpet.3. The lightening in the main meeting space is a combination of weak ceiling lights and led disco lights.4. The projector screens are small and far from the stage, and one waves constantly.5. Dysfunctional HVAC, noisy vents blowing cold air directly at sections of the room creating so much discomfort6. Very poor sound, the echoing is very bad it's hard to hear the speakers7. The lunch was horrible, it's so horrible people took so little yet they still ran out because they didn't prepare enough for the amount of peopleThe building is right on the lake shore so it's got a nice view if you sit on the deck

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Karen Mayrand

June 2019

The Wednesday Charity Lunch is fantastic. The price is right, the food is very good and plentiful, the staff is accommodating and kind and the atmosphere with Lake Ontario in the background and the beautiful space inside couldnt be better. Its always a treat to go there especially with someone special.

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Garry Francis Officiating Service

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A top shelf venue with top shelf service!

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Stereoflavour Entertainment

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We love being part of events at Palais! Picture-perfect setting, great staff, beautiful space.

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Everlasting Moments

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Since it’s restoration in 2005, Palais Royale in Toronto has been a top choice among brides. Located at 1601 Lake Shore Blvd W. Toronto ON, you come across a beautiful venue. With a plush interior, contemporary art inspired furnishings, and the original stone fireplace it proves to be a great location for photography inside and out. The outdoor is also amazing for photography, located at the Toronto waterfront with a 2-tiered deck patio, leaves the options endless.

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