Getting married in the city offers a lot of advantages. It's easier to set meetings with suppliers, guests won't have to travel far, and your wedding will have the city's vibrant energy. If you're lucky, your chosen reception venue might even have a wonderful view of metro.

For soon-to-wed couples looking for a stylish and convenient venue, The Greenlounge Events Place is the perfect choice. Located at the BTTC Centre Building, The Greenlounge is one of the few certified green buildings in the country and the first of its kind in the San Juan area. Aside from being accessible, the property also boasts of ample parking for guests and several spaces that prospective clients can choose from.

The Greenlounge Events Place's Ballroom A can accommodate 120 to 180 guests, while Ballroom B is ideal for a party of 100 to 140 people. The View Deck Garden is perfect for smaller functions, as it has a maximum capacity of 60 people. For bigger events, Ballrooms A and B can be joined to accommodate 250 to up to 320 guests.


Aside from housing the different spaces, The Greenlounge Events Place also has its hospitable and well-trained staff on-hand to assist guests. Whether you choose to have a grand or intimate wedding, The Greenlounge Events Place is the best venue to make memories worth treasuring.

To see the events spaces at The Greenlounge Events Place, view the gallery below.

To inquire or book your wedding at The Greenlounge Events Place, click here.

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