Capacity Chart

Meeting & Events

Inspired Spaces for any Occasion

Whether you have something to celebrate, or are just putting your heads together, our event spaces rise to the occasion. Each is intended to give you an artful connection our community, with names that are playful nods to jazz legends from the District.

Venues

Eckstine Ballroom

Named after Billy Eckstine, a major voice of DC’s Swing Era, who sang alongside Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Art Blakey and Dizzy Gillespie. The largest event space at Viceroy Washington DC, the Eckstine ballroom is the perfect setting for wedding receptions, cocktail events, classroom-style lectures and more. A skylight provides natural light during the day, and an opportunity for stargazing at night.

Approximate Square feet1,695
Approximate Square meters157
  • Banquet 110
  • Reception 160
  • Theater 160
  • Classroom 124
  • U-Shape 48
  • Conference 60

Duke

Named in honor of the famed Duke Ellington. Our very own King of Swing was born and raised in The District and began his career in the jazz scene on nearby U Street. Located on the first floor flush with natural lighting, Duke features A/V services perfect for teleconferencing, and a side table ideal for coffee service for a small break setup.

Approximate Square feet432
Approximate Square meters40
  • Banquet 24
  • Reception 32
  • Theater 30
  • Classroom 16
  • U-Shape 16
  • Conference 24

Horn

Named after Howard University grad, artist and performer Shirley Horn. She who recorded with Miles Davis and Quincy Jones and was won the 1999 Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performer. This space is located on the first floor and is lush with natural lighting, Horn features A/V services perfect for teleconferencing, and a side table ideal for coffee service for a small break setup.

Approximate Square feet411
Approximate Square meters38
  • Banquet 24
  • Reception 32
  • Theater 30
  • Classroom 16
  • U-Shape 16
  • Conference 24

Taylor

This meeting room name references a trio of “Taylor” greats in DC — Billy Taylor Sr, Billy Taylor Jr and Tony Taylor. Billy Taylor Jr and Billy Taylor Sr. both led the jazz scene in their days as acclaimed musicians and artistic director for jazz at the JFK Center for the Performing Arts. Tony Taylor not only sang in DC, but owned and ran the renowned Bohemian Caverns jazz club at 11th and U during the 1960s. Located on the first floor flush with natural lighting, Taylor features A/V services perfect for teleconferencing, and a side table ideal for coffee service for a small break setup.

Approximate Square feet412
Approximate Square meters38
  • Banquet 24
  • Reception 24
  • Theater 30
  • Classroom 22
  • U-Shape 16
  • Conference 20

Capacity Chart & Floor Plans

Venue Approximate Square Footage (LxWxH)
Banquet Reception Theater Classroom U-Shape Conference Photos
Eckstine Ballroom 1,695 157 110 160 160 124 48 60
Duke 432 40 24 32 30 16 16 24
Horn 411 38 24 32 30 16 16 24
Taylor 412 38 24 24 30 22 16 20

Services

Customizable Venues

Meeting and event concept consultation.

Advanced Technology

Comprehensive multimedia and audio-visual support and complimentary wireless internet access throughout the hotel.

Creative Catering

Creative catering menu and private dining options.

Business Center

On-site 24-hour business center services.

Request for Proposals

Contact Viceroy Washington DC to plan your next meeting or event at +1 202 742 3144, send a request for proposal to vdc.sales@viceroyhotelsandresorts.com or complete the form below and allow our creative staff to contact you about hosting your ideal meeting or event.

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