Palatine Banquet Hall

~ Kings Hall Banquets ~

Palatine, IL 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.   

Palatine, IL Banquet Hall

A palatine or palatinus (in Latin; plural palatini; cf. derivative spellings below) is a high-level official attached to imperial or royal courts in Europe since Roman times. The term palatinus was first used in Ancient Rome for chamberlains of the Emperor due to their association with the Palatine Hill.

The imperial palace guard, after the rise of Constantine I, were also called the Scholae Palatinae for the same reason. In the Early Middle Ages the title became attached to courts beyond the imperial one; one of the highest level of officials in the papal administration were called the judices palatini.

Later the Merovingian and Carolingian dynasties had counts palatine, as did the Holy Roman Empire. Related titles were used in Hungary, Poland, Lithuania, the German Empire, and the Duchy of Burgundy, while England, Ireland, and parts of British North America referred to rulers of counties palatine as palatines.