Bath House Studios

540 E 11th St,
New York, NY 10009
(212) 388-1111
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Average Base Cost: $31,000

Our average base cost for a Bath House Studios wedding is calculated by figuring a 125-person guest list for a Saturday ceremony/reception using the venue (without the rooftop), and a $150/pp food and beverage cost. Entertainment, flowers, furniture, additional decorations and rentals, transportation, and photography are not included. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand. Gratuity and sales tax is included.

*Prices subject to change

How it breaks down:

Facility Rental Fee: $6,000 for the venue and an additional $2,200 for the rooftop.

Extras: Certificate of insurance, liquor liability insurance and security are required.

Bathhouse Studios
Via Bathhouse Studios

What’s Included: Access to the entire indoor venue, which features several separate and unique spaces (residence, kitchen, studios). Several couches and lounge chairs are available and complimentary. Fee also includes two staff members.

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Food and Beverage: There is a preferred vendor list (with notable caterers such as Relish and Real Food Catering), but outside vendors are welcome as well.

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Photo by Jacqueline Patton Photography

More Stats:

Space Type: Inside/Outside

Bathhouse Studios
Via Bathhouse Studios

Size: Rooftop capacity is 125 and venue capacity is 125-150 for a seated dinner and 200 for cocktail reception.

Bridal Suite: Yes

Parking: There is a garage across the street from the venue.  Otherwise, valet is recommended.

How Will Grandma Get There? Bathhouse Studios is located in the East Village, which is an amazing location for out-of-town guests (and after parties). The Bowery Hotel nearby is one of our favorites, but you’ll get much less expensive options further uptown, such as the Hotel Giraffe (which I also love).

Via Bathhouse Studios
Via Bathhouse Studios

Party On! The rooftop curfew is 9 p.m. and the venue curfew is 12 a.m. The venue rental is for 12 hours total.

The Report: 

Formerly a New York City public bathhouse, the space was converted and is now primarily a photo and video studio. Their venue spaces include Studio A (where most events take place), Studio B, the Rooftop, and a Residence (which would be your Bridal Suite).

Via Bathhouse Studios
Via Bathhouse Studios

Woman Getting Married Says:

Finding a studio space in one of the best areas of New York City with a rooftop garden is nearly unheard of. While I wish the main Studio space was more light-filled, the inside/outside combo offers a great compromise while still allowing you to transform the indoor area into pretty much anything you want it to be. If you’re looking for a later curfew I would definitely see if you can get them to extend the hours to 1 a.m. for your event.

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Amenities/What’s Included 7
Convenient for Grandma 8
Layout 9
Location 10
Overall Charm 8
Venue Value 9

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