Banquets in Karol Bagh

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With a gargantuan population of above 22 million, Delhi is spilling over with people from all cultures and national regions. Understandably, the vast numbers represent thousands upon thousands of celebrations, get-togethers, marriages, conferences and birthday and other kinds of parties.

While 5 star hotels and plush farmhouses may be the choice of venue for the financially elite, a majority of the population finds sound and reasonable efficacy in banquet halls. Banquet halls can be booked for various occasions and have a no-hassle appeal for customers. Most banquet halls have decorators and caterers on their panel, so the client does not need to venture far to arrange for various facets of the function.

Banquets in Karol bagh

While Delhi NCR has thousands of such banquet halls, most popular banquets in Karol Bagh include Junction 36, City Palace, Apsara Banquet Hall, Icon Banquets, and Golden Moments. Most of these can accommodate up to 500 guests at a time and some have smaller halls for more intimate functions. The charges vary depending on the space of the hall, whether the function is in day or during the night, and if it is peak wedding season.

On an average, for an evening function that lasts from 7 pm to 12 am,  banquets in Karol Bagh charge a fixed amount. This price does not include catering and decor, and customers can add frills and flourishes as per their requirements and budget. Food can include all kinds of cuisines, from continental to Indian, to even Chinese, depending on the bandwidth of the banquet owner. Banquet managers work with the client to customise a personalised function to suit his or her particular needs and wishes.

For a lot of people, Karol Bagh is a preferred destination for hosting weddings and other functions because it is centrally located and is easier to commute to for guests. That is why they opt for banquets  in Karol Bagh.

Karol Bagh is home to one of Delhi’s oldest markets and is said to be Asia’s largest with 20,000 shops, which sell almost everything from clothes and jewellery to nuts, fruits and motorcycle parts. Karol Bagh’s most popular shopping streets are Ghaffar Market and Ajmal Khan Road. Malls, large showrooms, smaller retail outlets, jewellers and street hawkers have spilt over to several areas like Padam Singh Road, Gurudwara Road, and Beadonpura, to contain all that Karol Bagh has to offer.

Since the winter months are peak season for weddings in Delhi, there is a possibility that the banquet hall of your choice may already be booked. This can also lead to rental charges shooting up amongst the available options as demand soars. Therefore, it is wise to book the banquet hall several months in advance once the date of your function has been finalised.

So, if you’re about to become a bride/groom, start your research now and book a banquet hall suiting your needs promptly.

That way, you can rest assured that you already have a venue in place for your special function come winter season.