Reception and Meeting Spaces
If you are looking for a unique place to celebrate or collaborate with your group, look no further than our reception and meeting spaces.
There are patios overlooking our flamboyance of flamingos or indoor spaces with AV equipment. Listen to the crooning of the birds while you work or play!
Nestled at the back of the Savannah Café is the charming Elephant Room. Covering the front wall is an elephant mural made of wooden railroad ties. Host a presentation using the projector and AV equipment while the birds croon from the nearby aviary. While you present, everyone will be watching while seated at natural wooden tables that were handcrafted on-property. On sunny days there is an attached back patio area that is available for use upon request.
- Dining seating for up to 80 guests, or presentation seating for up to 95.
- Wireless Internet
- Projector, microphones and speakers
- Outdoor patio for additional activity space
Newest to our facility is the magnificent Flamingo Landing. This area has less privacy, but as a result has stunning views of the hillside with our giraffes, our graceful Dama Gazelle, and maybe even an errant wildebeest. Directly next to the patio is our flamboyance of flamingos! They are sure to entertain as you enjoy a meal, sip wine, or share ideas. This space makes for an easy transition to a safari or another activity.
- Typically seats 50 guests comfortably
- Enjoy the animals directly next to your dining area
- Take full advantage of the tapestry of the great outdoors!
If you prefer the outdoors with a little more seclusion then our gazebo may be more in-tune with what you are looking for. Stalks of bamboo will add an element of privacy to your gathering. Enjoy the exotic sounds of the animals as you dine. Ceiling fans can be used on balmy summer days, or heaters on brisk winter ones. This area does have a covered ceiling and overhead lighting.
Plan your itinerary and get more information by contacting our group business team at (707) 566-3650 or GroupBusiness@safariwest.com.
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