Room to meet your every need!
The Best Western Premier Alton-St. Louis Area Hotel is a full service conference center. We are your one stop shop for events and catering in Alton, IL. Stop in to visit to see why we are the perfect option for your next conference, anniversary party, holiday party, retreat, seminar, wedding reception and corporate meeting. We can accommodate a variety of size meetings from a 350 person conference to a simple one room board meeting. We have a 7500 square foot atrium that is ideal to accommodate exhibits or dining. Our 4,500 square foot ballroom is divisible in 4 separate equal meeting spaces of 1,128 square feet each, as well. High Speed, monitored and secure wireless internet, and state of the art A/V equipment is available. Chef Kenny offers an array of choices for dining including customized themed options. For further details or to schedule a site visit, please contact our Sales Department at (618) 462-1220.
Banquet & Meeting Menus
Click below to view Chef Kenny’s made-from-scratch gourmet menus. Don’t see something your’e looking for? Just ask! Chef Kenny enjoys designing a menu for themed events. Catering available onsite or your site! From a family gathering to a corporate convention, we’ve got you covered with a delicious and competitively priced menu.
Die Laughing Dinner Theater
Die Laughing Dinner Theater involves the audience members. Many people will be asked to be characters in the show. Imagine people in your group as “Fred & Ethel” with Lucy and Ricky or the “Jefferson’s” with Archie and Edith! There are 4 acts that take place in between the courses of the meal. Choose from 9 different shows including “Lucy & Ricky Tee Off”, “CSI Alton”, or the newest comedy, “Get Hitched to a Red Neck”. You’ll die laughing during these comical dinner shows! With only a minimum of 40 guests to book your own show, or call us today for availability for any group smaller than 40 people. Shows are open to the public and can be booked individually by calling the Sales dept.
For more information or to book a show , please contact our Sales department at (618) 462-1220
“Granny Got Run Over By a Reindeer”
Going home from Christmas Dinner in her One Horse Opened Sleigh, Granny got run over by a reindeer. Or did she? Maybe someone wanted the old cantankerous lady dead and made it look like she was pawed to death by a Rudolph wanna-be.
Join Fred Scrooge as he tries to solve the case. There are plenty of your favorite Christmas Story Characters who could have done it. Maybe it was Bing Crossbow, Clark Griswold, Henry Potter, perhaps Ebenezer Scrooge, or even Ralphie? Maybe he finally got that Red Rider BB gun he wanted. (Yule shoot your eye out!) We’ll find who did it before this Twas the Night Before Christmas is over.
And “Yes Virginia there is a killer!” It may be you!
Billionaire Seymour Butz is the victim of a homicide. Minnie Butz, the widow, has followed his last request to have an “After Party” with family and friends.
Will the evidence show the killer to be Jim Shorts, Granny Fanny Butz, the matriarch of the family, or will Minnie Butz get pinched for the murder? Follow CSI Gil Gristle as he questions the guests, gathers DNA samples and swabs for laughs to find the killer.
“Get Hitched to a Redneck or Die!”
Ma and Pa Red Neck are invitin’ all the kinfolk for vittles after the Weddin’ rehearsal of their son Bubba and fiancé Billie Jean. Cousins Gomer Pyle, The Duck Dynasty Clan, Dolly Parton, Honey Boo Boo, Jeff Houndsworthy, Larry the Fable Guy along with Jed Clampett and all his kin are coming.
The future in-laws, the Worthington Family, will be there too. They are all city folk, including Joe Pesky and Justine Carcerated. Ma and Pa think Bubba is working several jobs as a cook and paper delivery boy. He actually is an undercover agent for the DEA and FBI. Somebody at the gathering is the head honcho behind a drug cartel. Will Bubba solve the case before he gets hitched or will it be a shot gun wedding? Come and get served up a heaping helping of our hospitality, Red Neck Style.
“Lucy Goes Cruisin”
The year is 1951 and Ricky’s band from his club, Cope-With-Your-Banana Club, has been booked on a luxurious cruise ship. Lucy wants to renew their wedding vows on the voyage and be in the show, but Ricky won’t agree to either one. Lucy realizes her wedding ring and jewelry has been stolen. Is there a cat burglar on board? With the help of Captain Ty Panik & Inspector Jacque Clewsew Rickey gets to the heart of the matter. Will he renew their vows and find Lucy’s ring or will every thing sink?