10 South New River Drive East, Fort Lauderdale, FL
The Historic Maxwell Room is a wedding venue in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, initially constructed in 1925 by developer Fred Maxwell. Over the years, the venue has seen many businesses come and go, witnessing the expansion and growth of the surrounding area. Today, the building combines all of the charming elegance of the past with the innovative luxury of the modern world. Defined by red brick walls, European-inspired patios, and an everlasting summertime ambiance, The Historic Maxwell Room boasts many distinctive features. The venue is ideal for weddings from 30 to 130 guests, ensuring the highest quality of services and comfort for both intimate and grander affairs. Every bistro light and characteristic element produces a time-stopping effect on special occasions, allowing couples to enjoy their day to its fullest. Available for both ceremonies and receptions, to-be-weds can make their vows in the garden-style courtyard or by the beautiful seawall event space. Both ceremony locations are ideal for weddings of all types and sizes, granting couples the freedom to plan the timeline of their choice. Moving indoors for the reception, newlyweds can mingle and celebrate with their nearest and dearest in the roaring twenties-inspired den, with historic decor details throughout the space. The Historic Maxwell Room offers all-inclusive wedding packages with a wide selection of services. Couples can enjoy on-site catering and bar packages to complement their special occasion, enjoying seated and buffet-style dining options alongside Champagne toasts and house beverages. Premium open bar and cash bar options are also available. Personalized services include event coordination, rehearsal parties, and decor rentals.