Where is The Power Center located and what is it close to?

The Power Center is located at 12401 S. Main at S. Post Oak. We are five miles from the Reliant Stadium, six miles from the Texas Medical Center, seven miles from the Galleria shopping center, and 13 miles from downtown Houston.

What type of meetings and events do you rent the facility for?

With 20,000 square feet of flexible space that can be configured based on your needs, we can accommodate a variety of meetings and events which include: Weddings, conferences, galas, concerts, conventions, quincinearas, receptions, banquets, parties, graduations, proms, trainings, retreats, civic meetings, and much more!

How many people does The Power Center ballroom accommodate?

We can comfortably seat up to 2,100 people theatre style and 1,100 banquet/cathedral style in the full ballroom, which can also be broken out to seat …

I need help finalizing my event plan and budget; can you help me?

Yes, you will be assigned a sales representative who can consult with you and help you meet your event goals and objectives. 

Do you have catering on-site?

Yes, our catering team is led by a five-star Executive Chef who is passionate about preparing fresh, delicious food for your meeting, wedding or social event from our printed menu, or a customized menu to your liking. Offsite catering is also available

Where is parking and do you have valet parking?

There are over 600 FREE parking spaces right outside the front doors of The Power Center.  Valet services are available upon request.

Do you allow smoking at The Power Center?

As The Power Center is a smoke-free facility, smoking is not allowed within the building.

Can we bring our own alcohol to our event?

Our license will not allow The Power Center to permit any outside alcohol on the premise; however, we are licensed to provide wine and champagne options for your meeting or event.

Can you recommend florists, photographers, or other vendors my event needs?

Yes, we have a preferred vendor list of industry professionals who we expect will provide you with excellent service.

Are there nearby hotels for our out-of-town guests?

Yes, there are seven hotels within five miles of The Power Center.

Is wireless service available at The Power Center?

Yes, it is…you can access the Internet from anywhere inside The Power Center.  Business services such as copying and faxing are also available.

What is the best way to come see The Power Center and to get pricing information?

Email Salesandcatering@thepowercenterhouston.com and we will send you our pricing package.  Call now at  (713) 723-6837 to schedule an appointment to tour or plan the perfect package for your event.


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