Elgin Banquet Hall

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Elgin Banquet Hall

Banquet Hall, Wedding Receptions, Communions, Christ, Bridal Shower

Kings Hall Banquets

Kings Hall Banquets is a premier Chicago area full-service banquet and catering business providing unforgettable events and party celebrations.  We pride ourselves in providing the absolute best venue for creating memorable memories regardless if it is a small or large. 

Whether you are looking for a distinctive banquet hall for a wedding, bridal shower, baby shower, sweet 16 party, anniversary party, graduation party or a corporate event, you will find Kings Hall not only creates memorable experiences but also affordable prices! 

Your event or special day needs to be a day without worry and one that will not be forgotten!  Our banquet hall staff and catering staff will not only deliver what you want, but will more than likely deliver more than you would expect!  Once you have your event or party with Kings Hall Banquets, you will be glad you did!  With beautiful and unique banquet halls, with top-quality cuisine at an affordable price, you will end up being completely satisfied!  Your complete satisfaction is of utmost importance to us.   

Banquet Hall Near Elgin, IL

Elgin is a city in Cook and Kane counties in the northern part of the U.S. state of Illinois. Located roughly 35 mi (56 km) northwest of Chicago, it lies along the Fox River. As of 2013, the city had a total population of 110,145, making it the eighth-largest city in Illinois.

The Indian Removal Act of 1830 and the Black Hawk Indian War of 1832 led to the expulsion of the Native Americans who had settlements and burial mounds in the area, and set the stage for the founding of Elgin. Thousands of militiamen and soldiers of Gen. Winfield Scott’s army marched through the Fox River valley during the war, and accounts of the area’s fertile soils and flowing springs soon filtered east.

In New York, James T. Gifford and his brother Hezekiah Gifford heard tales of this area ripe for settlement, and travelled west. Looking for a site on the stagecoach route from Chicago to Galena, Illinois, they eventually settled on a spot where the Fox River could be bridged. In April 1835, they established the city, naming[6] it after the Scottish tune “Elgin”.