Element Austin Downtown

109 East 7th Street, Austin, Texas 78701 USA
+1 512-473-0000

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Say "I do" to a breathtaking wedding in downtown Austin

Let Element Austin Downtown help you plan your big day in Austin. We have three flexible spaces for intimate, 60-invitee weddings and other special events, including rehearsal dinners, bridal showers and send-off brunches. If you require a more spacious venue, we also hold private functions in our restaurant and bar. To assist you with all the details, our professional event and catering staff is available. For out-of-town guests, inquire about our wedding room blocks, available to host your whole party in downtown Austin.

  • 3

    Event Rooms

  • 127 sq m

    Total Event Space

  • 60

    Capacity Largest Space

  • 3

    Maximum Breakout Rooms

Bachelorette & Bachelor Parties

When you're planning a bachelorette or bachelor party in Austin, look no further than Element Austin Downtown.

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About This Venue

  • Amaze your wedding guests with flexible catering menus created by Caroline's executive chef

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  • Accommodate downtown Austin events of nearly any size in our sophisticated indoor and outdoor venues

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  • Facilitate your wedding guests' stay with our hotel room blocks in downtown Austin

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Plan an Inspired Event

Attendee Booking Tools

Image Attendee Booking Tools

We can provide you with a unique complimentary Reservation Link that makes it easy for your guests to reserve their rooms.

  • Shared in an email
  • Embed in a website
  • Personalized with your group name, event dates, hotel, and special rates
  • Displayed in multiple languages on Marriott domains worldwide

Manage Your Event with Ease

Group Lists

If you have a list of your guests, we can make reservations for all of them.

Rooming Lists

We can send you a report showing which of your guests have reserved rooms and when they plan to arrive.

Mobile Check-In

Guests can check in before their stay, receive instant alerts when their room is ready and check out by skipping the front desk.

Capacity

Floor Plans

Capacity Chart

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  • Element 1
  • 6.1x8.2x2.7
  • 50
  • 60
  • 30
  • 30
  • 18
  • 50
  •  
  • Element 2
  • 5.8x6.1x2.7
  • 35
  • 30
  • 12
  • 12
  • 12
  • 30
  •  
  • Tactic
  • 7.6x5.5x2.7
  • 42
  • 30
  • 10
  • 20
  • 16
  • 30
  •  

Room Set-Up Examples

Setup Example

Conference and Hollow Square

Appropriate for interactive discussions and note-taking sessions for fewer than 25 people. Many hotels have elegant "boardrooms" for 10 to 20 people, equipped with full audiovisual capabilities, a writing board, cork board and a flip chart.

Setup Example

E-shape, U-shape and T-shape

Appropriate for groups of fewer than 40 people. These are best for interaction with a leader seated at the head of the setup. Audiovisual is usually best set up at the open end of the seating.

Setup Example

Schoolroom or Classroom

The most desirable setup for medium to large-size lectures. Requires a relatively large room. Tables provide attendees with space for spreading out materials and taking notes.

Setup Example

Reception

Stand-up social function where beverages and light foods are served. Foods may be presented on small buffet tables or passed by servers. May precede a meal function.

Setup Example

Ovals and Rounds

Generally used for meals and sessions involving small group discussions. A five foot round table seats eight people comfortably. A six foot round table seats 10 people comfortably.

Setup Example

Banquet

Generally used for meals and sessions involving small group discussions. A five foot round table seats eight people comfortably. A six foot round table seats 10 people comfortably.

Setup Example

Theater

Appropriate for large sessions and short lectures that do not require extensive note-taking. This is a convenient setup to use before breaking into discussion or role-playing groups because chairs can be moved.

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