Beautiful Mission Bay Wedding Receptions
Your perfect wedding venue awaits at one of Bahia Resort Hotel's unique reception locations. Dine and dance the night away in the grand ballrooms with stunning bay and city views, or spend the evening on a beautiful sternwheeler boat floating on the sparkling waters of Mission Bay. Bahia has customizable spaces to fit all your needs for your perfect San Diego wedding. Get in touch to start turning your dream reception into a reality.
Mission Bay Ballroom
Square Feet: 7,992 | Capacity: Up to 500 Guests
One of our most versatile venues, the luxurious penthouse ballroom features stunning floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing the pristine waters of Mission Bay surrounded by a breathtaking panoramic views. With a wedding venue capacity up to 500, the space boasts built-in marble-topped bars, high ceilings and crystal chandeliers.
Square Feet: 1,600 | Capacity: Up to 75 Guests
The wraparound windows of this bright beachside room look out on Mission Bay, the private resort dock and the Bahia’s vintage-style sternwheeler boats. With capacity up to 75, the Shell Room features a private entrance with an outdoor stone fireplace. The space can hold up to 140 guests when the Shell and Ventana Rooms are booked together.
Square Feet: 7,000
Take advantage of San Diego's gorgeous year-round weather with an unforgettable outdoor wedding celebration. Centrally located on our 14-acre peninsula, the Bahia's Palm Terrace features soft string lights above and is surrounded by lush palm trees and tropical gardens for an inviting and romantic ambiance.
William D. Evans
Square Feet: 3,200 | Up to 200 Guests
The majestic William D. Evans can host wedding receptions up to 200 guests for a one-of-a-kind wedding day. The custom-built sternwheeler boat stretches more than 100 feet in length, from the tip of her three handcrafted wooden masts to the edge of her twelve-ton paddlewheel. A truly unique venue, the vintage ambiance boasts ornamental pressed tin ceilings, winding wooden staircases, and stained glass skylights. Your guests can enjoy the Boiler Room Bar on the first level before heading to the dining salon upstairs. The promenade on the third level is a perfect place to take in the views of scenic Mission Bay while enjoying your optional two-hour cruise.