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VASHI: If you’re look­ing for a ban­quet hall in the city, your search may not bear any fruit as most ban­quet­ing fa­cil­i­ties are al­ready booked till the end of the year.

With the city of­fer­ing a wide range of halls which are spa­cious and a moth wa­ter­ing spread to go with it, it is not sur­pris­ing that th­ese lo­ca­tions are in de­mand.

Ab­hishek Ku­mar Gupta from Ban­quet Ex­ec­u­tive of Ab­bott Ho­tel, said, “All the three halls of our ho­tels are booked till De­cem­ber.”

“We have three mar­riage halls hav­ing dif­fer­ent sizes. While Sh­weta hall and Chanakya hall can ac­com­mo­date 250 peo­ple, Chan­dragupt hall can ac­com­mo­date 90,” he said.

The charges at the halls range be­tween Rs 375 a per­son to Rs725 a per­son.

Yogi Mid­town ho­tel in Turbhe, too, has its unique ban­quet halls which at­tracts a lot of cus­tomers.

Sur­jeet Singh, man­ager of the ho­tel, said, “Yogi Mid Town has well-equipped ban­quet halls for a va­ri­ety of cor­po­rate events, sem­i­nars, busi­ness and so­cial events.”

“The hall can ac­com­mo­date up to 500 peo­ple,” he said, adding that plates cost be­tween Rs550 a per­son to Rs1,200 a per­son. The plate rate in­cludes the hall and the sit­ting charges,” he added.

Su­nil Cho­pra, man­ager of Tunga Ho­tels, said, “Tulsi Vi­vah marks the be­gin­ning of the mar­riage sea­son for Hin­dus. This is why our ban­quet halls are booked.”

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