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Groups & Weddings

Whether you’re looking to organize a work event or that once-in-a-lifetime celebration, the staff and management at Honor’s Haven Resort & Spa are committed to providing you with the best experience possible. Offering indoor and outdoor banquet facilities, conference space, and amenities steeped in views and versatility, Honor’s Haven can easily transform its facilities to bring your individual vision to life!


  • 6,000 square foot Dining Room
    with the ability to cater up to 600 guests.
  • Optional divider for private dining.
  • Private banquet seating, available upon request.
  • 232 Room & Suites
  • 2 Refreshing Pools(Indoor & Outdoor)
  • 19 Meeting Rooms
  • 48,608 sq.ft FUNCTION SPACE
  • 17,279 sq.ft Exhibit Center




Perfectly situated between New York City and Albany, Honor’s Haven Resort & Spa is a unique Upstate destination, combining the versatility and service found in most metropolitan facilities.



Honor’s Haven Resort & Spa is so much more than a reception site. It’s a destination!

Room Layouts

The setup of the meeting room can make the difference between a productive or non-productive meeting. The setup you choose depends on how many people are attending and what you wish to accomplish. There are many basic seating arrangements. Whichever you choose, your primary objective should be to devise the most comfortable arrangement possible, and one that will promote open discussions among attendees as well as with the event’s leadership.

To select the best setup for your meeting, first consider the following point:

• Participants need to establish a sense of identity within the group. As they share the same learning experience, both physically and psychologically, they should feel a “closeness” with other attendees as well as with the event’s meeting leadership. If you position attendees too far apart from one another, they will feel lost. On the other hand, if they’re too close to one another, they will feel crowded.

• It should be easy for every person to see all of the other individuals and to hear everyone’s contributions. Participants should be able to view the visual material presented without strain.

• It should be easy for attendees to leave the room without disturbing or crowding others. When seating, neither individuals nor their chairs should touch people or furniture beside, in front of, or in back of them.

Bearing these points in mind, the five most common setups include:

Meeting Room Layout Guide