Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Banquet Hyatt

The entrance of the hotel

And how i love the spiral staircase. I can just imagine a dramatic shot at the staircase wearing a super long train.

The hotel does not have any specific themes. It more of customising the stage decor, table settings and floral arrangements with available selection.

Personally, i favour the ballroom decorations which exudes quiet elegance and sophistication. Below is an actual wedding setup when i visited.

The reception area outside Sir Stamford Room

The reception table

Guest table settings

A close up of the guest table settings

The stage

VIP table settings

Other themes available

The elegantly white and gold

The bold black and red

The reception area outside the grand ballroom

The reception area outside the camellia room

The reception area for Hibiscus Room.

The Hibiscus Room

Table requirements:

Camellia Room: min 10 (weekday)/15 (weekend) - max 18
Hibiscus Room: min 20 (weekday)/25 (weekend) - max 28
Magnolia/Vanda Room: min 25 (weekday)/30 (weekend) - max 42
Grand Ballroom I: min 40 (weekday)/45 (weekend) - max 52
Grand Ballroom I & II: min 50 (weekday)/52 (weekend) - max 70

Bridal Suite

This is a suite as expected of a business hotel.

The living room

The bedroom

The restroom


The keppel room set up for tea ceremony

My Review
For the dinner banquet, there is only 2 menus to choose from. The menu of the weekday package differs from the weekend dinner. Although, swapping of dishes is allowed between menus, i was advised that this is not feasible. On some instances, additional charges apply.

The perks or Hyatt call it the wedding wishes offered are also limited and subject to your tables booked. I understand the hotel is quite strict with giving additional perks.

Additional charges are also expected for a function room for ROM Solemnisation.

The wedding favours offered is typically food. E.g pineapple tart or chocolates. This is find extremely interesting. I gleaned from forums that it yummy too.

Though i'm attracted by the romantic ambience and aesthetically pleasing decorations, my primary reservations are the perks offered. Nevertheless, there is no harm in looking at other options.

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