• Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center Creates Outdoor Event Space

     
    POSTED March 27, 2019
     
    Photo courtesy Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center

The Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center has opened an outdoor event space, Live Oak Patio, to reign in spring with outdoor events and celebrations. The venue is centered around a 200-year-old live oak tree and features an airy patio with scenic views of Rivery Park and the San Gabriel River. 

The Live Oak Patio can seat up to 130 guests for wedding ceremonies, up to 100 guests for seated dinners or up to 130 guests standing. It can also accommodate live music and entertainment.

The 222-room hotel boasts 30,000 square feet of meeting and event space enhanced by custom catering and expert planners, the Live Oak Patio now among its list of impressive venues.

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