1st FloorUpon entering Greystone’s first floor lobby, the marble walls and floor immediately convey an unmatched level of elegance and sophistication. Regardless of its location within the building, your event will receive the highest level of attention and service from our staff – making it an unforgettable memory.

2nd floorA grand staircase or elevator will carry your guests to the second floor which features three unique rooms. The Barrister’s Lounge is anchored by a twenty-foot bar and fireplace, with Greystone's original Billiards Room accessible through a set of adjacent double French doors. These rooms accommodate more intimate functions from 50 to 80 people. The bar has space available for a photo booth, can come fully stocked with your drink of choice and offer the perfect place to wind down.

The two-story Ballroom comprises the remainder of the second floor. The breath taking view of the ballroom when you first enter will have you and your guests wanting more and more. Large windows, a tiered balcony staircase ascending to the third floor above and ornate décor combine to make the Ballroom a signature banquet space. More than 200 guests can gather to enjoy fine dining, dancing and entertainment from the Ballroom’s main stage.

3rd floorNot only does the third floor offer a bird’s eye view of the Ballroom below, it also boasts a newly-furnished Sitting Parlor, separate dining in the Garden Room and the Parlor Lounge for use by wedding parties, keynote speakers or VIP guests. It is the perfect place to get ready for your event!

4th floorMoving to the fourth floor, guests will encounter two of Greystone's most spectacular spaces – the Egyptian Room and the Doric Room. Grand in their architecture styles and equally embellished designs, the rooms provide truly one-of-a-kind locations for formal and informal gatherings for up to 200 people. DOWNTOWN AKRON PARTNERSHIP'S offices are also located on this floor.

6th floorFinally, Greystone's theater - home to the OHIO SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL - occupies the sixth and seventh floors. A formal lounge provides entrance to the theater’s main floor and stage.