You spoke and we listened. We love getting feedback on how we can improve our offerings and adapt to better suit your needs. Your suggestions have resulted in an expansion of the Pete Dye Pavilion and the addition of a venue at our Stables property, located behind West Baden Springs Hotel.
Planners have always loved the experience at The Stables – with fun offerings like the Chuck Wagon Dinner, Hayrides and the Wild West Challenge −but rain could put a damper on the fun. “When planners would have to move a Wild West themed event into a ballroom, it just didn’t translate,” said Adina Cloud, director of sales. “By adding the covered Pavilion right there on the grounds, guests can be under cover while still enjoying an outdoor experience.” The large open-air venue, which can seat up to 300 people, overlooks the pasture and expansive barn in the tree-framed meadow. The location is well-suited for an unforgettable affair.
Pete Dye Pavilion
If vistas are what you are after, you simply must consider hosting an event at the Pete Dye Pavilion. Guests can mingle on the covered terrace overlooking the championship golf course before moving indoors for the meal function. “With its expansive views atop one of Indiana’s highest points, the pavilion has become a very popular choice for groups. Now with the expansion, we can host functions for up to 300 people,” said Cloud.
So when you are looking for a property that offers more distinct venues than a city-center hotel, consider the breadth of options all across all of French Lick Resort's 3,200 acres. Ballrooms, exhibit halls and large-scale spaces are available as well as more intimate settings like private dining rooms, hotel verandas and even a bowling alley.