The 62,500-square-foot Mori Hosseini College of Hospitality Management features Mediterranean-style architecture and a magnificent lobby/reception area complete with marble floors and columns, a massive fireplace, interior fountains and a concession set-up. The facility also houses Daytona State College’s acclaimed Southeast Museum of Photography.
This venue’s stunning, original and versatile design offers a number of configurations to accommodate a wide variety of occasions, from formal banquets to high-tech conferences. It is perfect for events hosting as few as 25 guests or as many as 800.
Be prepared to relax in one of the most elegant, fascinating and beautifully maintained venues in East Central Florida. The Mori Hosseini Center exudes a warmth and comfort without compromising elegance and class.
The Building’s Event Amenities Include:
Two assembly/dining areas – The first is 4,000-square-feet capable of seating up to 572 guests. The second is 3,000-square-feet and is capable of seating up to 200 guests. A partition dividing both rooms can be removed to provide up to 7,000-square-feet of space capable of seating up to 872 guests.
The Hosseini Center is available on a limited basis to groups and organizations. However, the following exceptions apply:
- May not be used for fund-raising purposes.
- Not available for use by entities with educational or business interests that are similar to Daytona State College.
- Not available to any political or religious groups or associations.
For more information or to make reservations, please call (386) 506-4545, or email JohnstL@DaytonaState.edu.