The Largest Conference Center on the Alabama Gulf Coast
Gulf Shores Meeting Venues
Perdido Beach Resort – Alabama’s only full-service Gulf Coast beach resort hotel – is the premier destination for your group events, business meetings, conferences and conventions. Offering 45,000 flexible indoor / outdoor meeting space and banquet facilities including 9,000 square feet of exhibition space and two expansive outdoor beachfront venues totaling 14,500 square feet; Perdido Beach Resort is the perfect choice for Gulf Shores meetings and conferences.
And for those incomparable values that make a difference when selecting a site consider complimentary parking, unlimited wireless internet access in guestrooms and public space, and no resort fees.
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Our Gulf Shores Meeting Venues
| ||At over 8,000 square feet, the Grand Ballroom comfortably affords banquet seating for up to 600 which can be broken down into eight separate sections. The Grand Ballroom is an elegant and versatile space with high ceilings and crystal chandeliers. It features state-of-the-art technological facilities with advanced capabilities for audio-visual presentations and one of the highest integrated sound systems on the coast. The adjoining spacious foyer brings the outdoors to you with floor to ceiling windows and access to the grounds – the perfect setting for registration and pre-function gatherings. |
| ||Grand Point offers space for up to 50, 8’ x 10’ pipe-and-drape exhibit booths or 75 tabletop displays. Exhibitors have the convenience of direct delivery access for quick set-up and dismantling. Our professional staff and the support of WAVE Audio Visual Services assure a well-organized trade show. Grand Point is located on the Beach Level of the East tower at just under 8,000 square feet of space. Connected to Grand Point is Grand View, a 1,350 square foot breakout room. |
Sand Castle & Sand Dollar
| ||These all-purpose meeting rooms offer Gulf and pool views which highlight a style and comfort that encourage a positive and productive meeting experience. The Sand Castle room is at 2,660 square feet of space that divides into two sections. The Sand Dollar room is located directly across the hall with a little more than 1,000 square feet of space. |
| ||Our beautifully decorated and stylish Boardroom can seat 18 guests. Located on the Lobby Level of the East Tower, this room is perfect for smaller gatherings and executive conferences. It features conveniences including a private bathroom and step out terrace with breathtaking Gulf views. |
Outdoor Meeting Facilities
| ||The Beach Deck, with its incredible view of our beach’s sugar white sand and emerald green water, can accommodate up to 800 guests. It offers 8,000 square feet of outdoor space and is ideal for casual receptions or lively parties overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. |
| ||The Grandview Terrace features a soothing, cascading waterfall fountain making it a popular choice for cocktail receptions, dining and special events. It offers 6,500 square feet of outdoor space with a built in stage area lined with palm trees and a spectacular view of the beach. Both the deck and terrace offer lighting and sound packages to ensure your event is a splashing success. |
| ||The options for events on our beautiful beach are countless, whether it’s an evening reception complete with a Bon Fire pit, a Neon Beach Volleyball competition, Team-Building “Beach Olympics” or “Mullet Toss” during the day. Our staff of event experts can help you come up with the beach gathering that’s best for you. |
| ||A hidden secret of the Perdido Beach Resort property is our private bayside dock on Cotton Bayou. We’ve created some fun group activities for those that want to get out on the water. Perdido Beach Services offers sailing on Wild Hearts or provides water sport rentals including kayaks and stand up paddleboards. For those looking for a little more adventure, with Cosson Watersports take a barhopping water tour on a pontoon boat or race your friends around Robinson Island on wave runners. |