About Us

The Eastonian is Easton's premier location for weddings, anniversary parties, baby showers, retirement parties, graduation parties, and other celebrations, such as baptisms and bar mitzvahs. These special events are ones that you and your guests will remember forever, which is why it is important to choose an establishment offering everything you need in a delightful setting. The Eastonian is the ideal place to celebrate life's special events.

We offer skilled service and event support in an elegant, contemporary setting. This not only makes your event more enjoyable for guests, it helps you relax and enjoy the celebration you spent time planning. Our banquet managers and event staff are experienced and prepared to do whatever it takes to help your event run smoothly.

The Eastonian offers event packages to ensure your celebration goes as planned. Wedding packages include full catering and beverage service, as well as the little things that make your day truly special. In addition to an award-winning menu, couples also enjoy a champagne toast with their guests, a private bridal leisure room during cocktail hour, and an overnight stay in our Jacuzzi Suite following the reception.

In addition to reception and celebration facilities, the Eastonian offers a separate room for wedding ceremonies. You can celebrate your marriage just steps from the site of your nuptials, making the transition from wedding to reception one of the easiest your guests will ever experience.

Those celebrating special occasions other than a wedding have access to our catering support or the option of hiring outside catering for the event. This ensures you can create exactly the atmosphere you desire for your special occasion.

The Eastonian is conveniently located on Kunkle Drive in Easton, Pennsylvania. This is just minutes from the 22/33 interchange and a short drive from route I-78, making it one of the Lehigh Valley's most convenient event facilities. Our establishment is just a short distance from the Crayola Factory, the State Theater, the National Canal Museum, and the Sands Casino.