Sheraton Madison Hotel

3.7 (409 reviews)

706 John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI, 53713, United States   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: (608) 251-2300   •  Hotel Reservations: 888-627-7077


Madison Wedding Venue


Memory making is encouraged at our Madison wedding venue.  We can see to every detail of your dream wedding including the reception, rehearsal dinner, gift opening, or ceremony.  Guests traveling from out of town will be welcomed to a guestroom that includes the celebrated "ahhhhh" of the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, as well as complimentary parking, indoor pool, and fitness center.

Couples Cake

Courtesy of Kaley Rae Photography

Ballroom Wedding Set Up
Ballroom Wedding Set Up
First Dance

Courtesy of Kaley Rae Photography


Largest Event Space: 5,300 sq. ft. 

Guest Rooms: 239

Last Renovated: 2016

Max Guest Size: 350

Wedding Specialist

Maija Maier
Phone: (608) 251-8399


Madison Wedding Venue Space

Choose from over 17,500 square feet of function space within 15 function rooms; you’re sure to find the right fit for your gathering. With a fine attention to detail, our talented and experienced staff will help you coordinate all aspects of your wedding, making your experience worry-free from the first-stages of planning up until your big day. Our dedication to your comfort begins before you arrive. Behind the scenes, our experts are planning the right menus, lighting and audiovisual to enhance your event. Whatever you need, the Sheraton Madison Hotel’s friendly team is right here to make it happen.

Inspired Cuisine


Your wedding specialist will partner with you and our Executive Chef to create a menu that will set the tone for an evening of a lifetime. Send your guests off in style by arranging a brunch the morning after your big day.

Table Settings

Courtesy of Kaley Rae Photography

Downtown Madison

Madison Location


Convenient access to the John Nolen Jogging & Bike Path is right outside the front door. Enjoy the indoor pool, whirlpool, and fitness center. Experience downtown Madison including the Henry Vilas Zoo, Wisconsin State Capitol, and State Street.