Rooms & Capacities

With an elegant foyer and three private meeting rooms offering a combined thousand sq. ft. of meeting space, the Aldrich Center is perfect setting for your next private party, business meeting or political event.  The intimacy and charm of this historic Beacon Hill property is enhanced by wi-fi and state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment that is available free of charge.  The recently refurbished décor’s blend of authentic period colors, comfortable executive seating and classic cherry furniture makes for a unique setting suitable any type of event. Our custom catering menus allow us to host breakfasts, lunches, dinners and receptions from two to 75.

Explore our facilities and discover how the Aldrich Center can accommodate your upcoming event or feel free to pay us a visit. Contact us at 617/227-5551 to schedule a site visit or to reserve your event. Experience the ambiance of Aldrich Center – where history and technology meet on Beacon Hill.

 

Room Options & Capacities

Haley & Aldrich Room

24' x 21' - 504 sq Feet

Capacities vary by configuration:

  • Banquet: 24 people
  • Classroom: 12 people
  • Conference: 16 people
  • Conference & Side Seats: 26 people
  • Reception: 40 people
  • Theater: 35 people
  • U-Shaped: 18 people

Kleinfelder Library

17' x 15' - 255 sq feet

Capacities vary by configuration:

  • Conference: 10 people
  • Conference & SIde Seats: 16 people

GEI Consultants Room

17' x 12' - 204 sq feet

Capacities vary by configuration:

  • Conference: 10 people
  • Conference & SIde Seats: 12 people

Entire Floor (with Foyer)

Receptions for up to 75 people

Haley & Aldrich Room

The largest of our rooms, the Haley & Aldrich Room is the quintessential Beacon Hill meeting space with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Boston Common Frog Pond. An elegant chandelier and mirror highlight the room’s original fireplace.  The unique ambience is bolstered by comfortable executive leather seating, a magnificent custom made cherry table that can configured in a variety of set-ups and a 70 inch TV/monitor accessible by your technology or ours.  Hold your event in the space where John Quincy Adams decided to run for Congress. He was the only President to serve in Congress after his Presidency.

 

Kleinfelder Library

With its custom bookcases filled with historical journals and artifacts including a piece of the Roman aqueduct the Kleinfelder Library is the optimal setting for an intimate meeting or meal.  The room’s boardroom style setup with a cherry conference table surrounded by ten executive style chairs amplifies the room’s historic ambiance.  One end of the room overlooks a hidden Beacon Hill courtyard while the other features a 44 inch monitor accessible by our computer or yours.  The room’s video conferencing capabilities and space for additional seating allows you to have others join in on the discussion.

 

GEI Consultants Room

Overlooking the brick sidewalks and gas lights of Walnut Street, the GEI Consultants Room’s conference style setup, classic furnishings and French doors make it a unique setting for private dining or a collaborative discussion. The room’s most distinct architectural feature is its Trey Ceiling which is enhanced by period paint colors. Equipped with a laptop accessible 44 inch wall-mounted monitor and polycom telephone this room is frequently used for planning and strategy sessions.

 

Foyer

Enter the Aldrich Center transom doorway into the elegant foyer that is ideal for greeting your guests.   Highlights of this historic setting include an intricate antique chandelier and a magnificent cantilever circular staircase that many prominent Massachusetts dignitaries have ascended.  The foyer is often used for receptions in tandem with our other rooms.  The center’s state of the art technology is present with a marquee that can be customized with a welcoming message for your guests.