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A Timeless Backdrop For Any Occasion

Whether for a grand wedding, successful business meeting or personal celebration, The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa provides an inspirational and timeless backdrop unlike any other.

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Wedding Chapels

Located a floor above the lobby, the hotel’s wedding chapels grace the Spanish-colonial inspired courtyard known as the Atrio.

With its smooth travertine flagstones and Italian inspired bronze Bacchus fountain, the Atrio serves as a majestic backdrop for a timeless wedding.

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St. Francis Of Assisi Chapel

The St. Francis of Assisi wedding Chapel is exquisitely embellished with priceless treasures from around the world. Precious Tiffany stained glass panels, which Mr. Miller acquired directly from Louis Comfort Tiffany, magnificently accent the grand walls of the chapel. Gleaming with gold and meticulously gilded, the 18-karat-gold leafed Rayas Altar dates back to the mid-eighteenth century and was originally commissioned for a family home in Guanajuato, Mexico.

Featuring an elegant beamed ceiling, ornate Mexican Mahogany wooden doors, the 18-karat gold leaf Rayas Altar and seven Tiffany stain-glass windows, the St. Francis of Assisi chapel can accommodate up to 150 guests seated. The gold of the altar and the jewel-toned Tiffany windows create a rich palette of colors in the softly lit non-denominational chapel, while St. Joseph, the patron saint of brides, stands in the center of the altar where His benevolent and protective gaze welcomes brides to the most important day of their lives.

St. Cecilia Chapel

Tucked into a corner of the St. Francis Atrio, is the wedding chapel dedicated to St. Cecilia, the patron saint of music. The antique marriage altar of gesso and gold leaf, dated 1740, is one of the oldest objects at the Inn. Above the altar, the carved wooden ceiling panel shines with gold leaf, illuminated by the chapel's single window signed by Louis Comfort Tiffany.

Perfect for intimate wedding ceremonies, the St. Cecilia chapel can accommodate up to 12 guests seated or up to 15 guests standing.

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Banquet And Event Rooms

The Music Room

Resembling a baronial hall of a Spanish castle, the Music Room is the largest event room at the hotel featuring exposed wood beam ceilings and a minstrel’s gallery inspired by the Mission San Miguel. The Music Room also houses the hotel’s 100 yr old cathedral organ and pews at the back of the room, which are replicas of those found in Westminster Abbey. With 2,684 sq. feet of space, accommodating groups ranging from 50 to 310, the Music Room can be set for luxurious receptions, elegant conferences or modern meetings.

The Spanish Art Gallery

A magnificent setting, the Spanish Art Gallery features a unique ceiling with rich, gold drapery and a grand marble staircase, which descends down into the room from the adjacent Atrio courtyard, the perfect setting for an unforgettable entrance to any occasion. Ornamented with over 100 paintings throughout the room, the Spanish Art Gallery can accommodate up to 150 guests.

The Galleria

Originally built as an art gallery and museum, the Galleria is located beside the St. Francis of Assisi Chapel and can accommodate events of 120 to 170 guests. Adorned with priceless antique statues around the perimeter of the room, the Galleria also boosts a Tiffany stained-glass window.

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The Court Of The Orient & Ho-O-Kan Room

Rich with Oriental flavor, the Court of the Orient and Ho-O-Kan Room make unique indoor and outdoor meeting spaces and are home to Frank Miller’s extensive collection of Oriental art including the eight-and-a-half foot Amitahba Budda made in Japan during the Tokugawa period (1615-1868).

Also featured in the Ho-O-Kan Room is Riui, the eight-foot bronze dragon, Oriental lanterns, statues and extravagant wood carvings that make a magnificent backdrop for any occasion. The Court of the Orient can accommodate up to 170 guests for an outdoor wedding ceremony or business meeting. The Ho-O-Kan Room is ideal for smaller receptions or events with 40 to 60 guests.

For more information about our event spaces, please contact our Sales and Catering Office at 800-344-4225.