Stand out from the crowd by hosting your next meeting or event on ‘The Third’ at the Pantages Hotel. With 6,500-square feet of customizable meeting space, our team passionately works to elevate your event to the next level. Located on the same floor for functional and close proximity, ‘The Third’ features a 3,500-square foot Ballroom and 4 breakout rooms with city views and natural light.
Our award-winning conference concierge and catering team will work with you to customize seating arrangements and Food and Beverage offerings for your event attendees and guests.
Our conference concierge and catering team works to create customized menus specific to your group’s needs and dietary concerns. We offer a wide variety of menu options to choose from. Ask us about our ‘Perfect 10’ Meeting Packages, which includes a full day of food and beverage offerings.
The unique and customizable spaces on ‘The Third’ offer a true boutique wedding experience for the discerning bride and groom. The ballroom offers a simple, yet contemporary space to be customized to create the vision you have for the big day. From rehearsal dinners to the morning after brunch, and everything in between, our dedicated team will help create your dream wedding.
For the bride and groom, we offer a complimentary stay in one of our beautifully designed Honeymoon Suites. For wedding attendees, we are more than happy to extend a discounted rate for their stay in one of our suites.
If you are interested in booking with us, please use the questionnaire below or call us at 1-416-945-5459. We’ll get back to you within 1-business day.
As the name suggests, this style of seating is created in the shape of the letter U. The open-ended layout creates a focal point for the presenter.
A popular seating style for smaller meetings or discussions. The boardroom style is ideal for encouraging interaction.
A larger version of the U-shaped seating layout, without open ends. Engagement and audience interactions are enhanced with this style of seating.
For events and meetings where note taking is encouraged, we suggest the classroom style.
A simple style that reflects the seating found in a theatre or cinema, ideal for maximum seating capacity.
Modeled after around dinner table, this circular style faces audience members towards each other, encouraging interaction and collaboration.