Brides want options. Oftentimes, that means viewing a multitude of venues to find one that suits the size a wedding. However, at Casablanca Winery Inn, located in the heart of wine country in Grimsby, Ontario, couples have an array of rooms to choose from for both the ceremony and reception.

casablanca-winery-inn-wedding-venue-ontario For your onsite ceremony at Casablanca Winery Inn, you can choose from one of the three unique choices:

  • Vintages: The soft, classic décor features a double-sided marble fireplace, rich wood, wall scones and iron works throughout. The intimate space can accommodate approximately 20 guests.
  • Traditions Chapel: Seating up to 54 guests, this mid-level space features satin champagne chair covers, ivory marble floors, rich wood, a registry table, and a cascading backdrop of chiffon draping.
  • Reflections Chapel: For larger parties up to 100 guests (up to 220 when combined with the attached ballrooms), this exquisite space features stained glass windows, tiered ceilings, and a traditional altar.


You can also choose any of the stunning ceremony spaces and convert it for the reception space, or select one of the other four reception room options:

  • Lakeside Ballroom: Rich mahogany wood lines the walls sprinkled with sconces while dazzling chandeliers glow over the large dance floor and a full-scale bar keeps guests happy. A wall of large-scale windows looks out onto the Toronto skyline and Lake Ontario, providing a breathtaking backdrop for your special day. Seats 120.
  • Celebrations: Use as an add-on to another room to expand the space or use on its own for entertaining up to 50 guests.
  • Grand Ballroom: This large space can accommodate up to 265 guests with a dance floor (up to 300 without), and is a merger of three rooms: Lakeside Ballroom, Celebrations, and Reflections.
  • Casablanca Steak and Seafood Restaurant: Their top floor restaurant is the epitome of luxury with panoramic windows looking out onto Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment, two-tiered seating, and an open hearth kitchen, large central bar, and fireplace. Seats 80.

Photo One: Kostel Photo; Photo Two: Ben Lariviere