Gettysburg Hotel, Est.1797

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Gettysburg Hotel, Est. 1797, offers a historically elegant backdrop with a refreshingly modern layout, versatile and functional for meetings, events, and small conferences. This spectacular destination is the ideal destination for a meeting or business event as it is located in the heart of downtown Gettysburg on Lincoln Square and is within walking distance of shops, galleries, and numerous historic attractions. Click here to view the Floor Plan and Capacity Chart.

Grand Ballroom
Originally the Gettysburg National Bank built in 1814, this space maintains its original class and elegance, featuring an exquisite, 28-foot, hand-painted ceiling, inlaid with gold and accentuated with the original Grecian border. As the largest of the event spaces, the ballroom’s impressive bank vault and 19th-century chandeliers add to the charm and character of this historic space, providing a unique backdrop for the event. Wi-Fi is available throughout the space allowing guests to stay connected. Windows are equipped with blackout shades to facilitate video presentations.

Stevens Room
Named after Thaddeus Stevens, the famous lawyer and member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Pennsylvania during the time of the Civil War, this space features multiple windows overlooking the courtyard and is ideal for breakout sessions during the conference, large board meetings, or dining space with colleagues. Conveniently located directly across from the Grand Ballroom, the Stevens Room is equipped with a drop-down projection screen in addition to both wired and wireless internet access. Windows are equipped with room darkening curtains to facilitate video presentations.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Room
The Eisenhower Room is named after 5-Star General and former President, Dwight D. Eisenhower, who utilized the Gettysburg Hotel as his Presidential office. This space features multiple windows offering natural light and a bright atmosphere for corporate banquets and receptions, meetings, leadership retreats, and training sessions. This meeting room is dividable with an air wall to create two meeting spaces each equipped with a drop down projection screen in addition to both wired and wireless internet access. Windows are equipped with room darkening curtains to facilitate video presentations.

Daniel Webster
Daniel Webster, known as “the great orator”, gave a speech in 1833 on the front steps of the Gettysburg Hotel and is the namesake for this space. Natural light enhances this room through windows that overlooks the beautiful courtyard. The Webster Room is an ideal setting for breakout sessions, small board meetings, or a private dining experience. This space is equipped with a drop-down projection screen in addition to both wired and wireless internet access. Windows are equipped with room darkening curtains to facilitate video presentations.

College Room
Overlooking the bustling town square, the College Room, named after Gettysburg College, features floor to ceiling windows offering a unique, flexible atmosphere for cocktail receptions, informal group discussions, and small corporate dining. This space is equipped with two PowerPoint compatible flat screen televisions to facilitate presentations in addition to both wired and wireless internet access.

Atrium
Featuring a distinctive view of the courtyard, the Atrium is a large open receiving area adjacent to the Grand Ballroom and Stevens Room. Expansive windows and soft seating create a comfortable atmosphere for conference registration, vendor displays, and cocktail receptions. Due to the centralized location, this space is perfect for food and beverage breaks during large conferences as well as small casual group discussion.

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