Meeting Venues

Banquet Rooms and Meeting Spaces

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Mission Inn Hotel & Spa offers a host of flexible venues for motivating meetings and events. From our Frank Miller boardroom for executive meetings to The Ho-O- Kan, a truly inspiring setting for exclusive gatherings, VIP dinners and cocktail reception, you’ll find just the right location for virtually any event. In addition to our larger meeting facilities, the Inn also offers several options for smaller events. Open floor plan event rooms, adjoining office spaces, oversized guest rooms, spacious Junior Suites and luxurious Presidential Suites provide unique and inspirational options perfectly suited to your event needs.

Banquet & Event Rooms

Banquet table setup in ballroom at Mission Inn Riverside

The Grand Parisian Ballroom

Resembling a baronial hall of a European castle, The Grand Parisian Ballroom features exposed wood beam ceilings and a minstrel’s gallery, a balcony for musicians found typically in great halls. 

Staircase into ballroom at Mission Inn Riverside

The Spanish Art Gallery

Located on the Lobby Level of the hotel and constructed in 1914, the Spanish Art Gallery was designed to display the vast collection of the Miller family's  priceless paintings from around the world.  The room's great height is enhanced by the draped canopied ceiling and features a centuries-old door of carved pomegranate, and a grand marble staircase that leads up to the 1st frloor Atrio courtyard.

Conference room with large screen at Mission Inn Riverside


Located on the 1st floor, the Galleria room boasts 18' ceilings and was originally an art gallery and today showcass a collection of European and Old World artwork and statues that were once on display around the hotel.  The reflective tile piece in the back of the room was designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany.

Decorated dining table in ballroom at Mission Inn Riverside

Santa Barbara

Located on the 1st floor, originally constructed to house artifacts from the Orient, the former Fuji-Kan room is now known as the Santa Barbara.  The room opens to the Oriental Courtyard and includes decorative black and white tile flooring and 3 large arched accented mirrors.

Dining room with decorated table at Mission Inn Riverside


Located on the 1st floor, the Ho-O-Kan room is a split-level space with traditional wood-beamed ceiling and loft space showcasing more of the Oriental Collection from the hotel's earlier days.  The room features an 8.5 foot Amitabha Buddha, made in Japan during the Tokugawa period (1615-1868) and Riui, an 8 foot bronze dragon statue.

Mediterranean Terrace

Located on the 3rd floor of the hotel, the Mediterranean Terrace features floor-to-ceiling windows that open up to the six-story spiral staircase of the International Rotunda, constructed by G. Stanley Wilson in 1931.  This unique room is decorated in warm neutral tones with gilded ceiling tiles that are accented by the beautiful stained glass windows that surround the entire room.

Tables with flower decors in Ballroom at Mission Inn Riverside

Renaissance Salon

Located on the 3rd floor, the Renaissance Salon's entrance features a sunny indoor loggia with Spanish arches and wrought iron laterns overlooking the Oriental Courytard.  The room has wood-grain floors and gold damask wall coverings impported from Europe.  The salon can be divided into two separate rooms and also has windows overlooking the International Rotunda.

Conference table and chairs arranged at Mission Inn Riverside

Dignitaries Parlor

Located on the 3rd floor, the Dignitaries Parlor and makes the perfect space for an intimate meeting or gathering.  The space features windows overlooking Main Street and is the perfect place for small gatherings up to 40, office space for up to 20 or open the adjoining door to the Mediterranean Terrace and the Dignitaries Parlor becomes additional space for your social event reception/bar space or breakout room.

Well-arranged dining table at Mission Inn Riverside

Frank Miller Room

Located on the ground floor, the Frank Miller room is a private space inside Duane's Prime Steaks and Seafood restaurant and features fine paintings, including Hovsep Pushman's 1918 portrait of Frank A. Miller, Master of the Inn and the 1909 George Melville Stone's portrait of Allis Miller, daughter of Frank Miller.