Find your Banquet Hall in Manchester

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On the lookout for a banqueting hall in Manchester? Lucky you! The first bit of luck is that you’re planning to host a feast in one of UK’s most vibrant cities. Second, you’re beginning your search in the right place: here at Tagvenue we’ve gathered a list of the top banqueting halls in Manchester. With our smart search engine finding a perfect one is as simple as can be. See for yourself!

Top Banqueting Halls in Manchester

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Looking for a banqueting hall in Manchester? We’re here to help you. We’ve listed Manchester’s best halls and suites available for private hire. Apart from that, we’ve also prepared a list of tips just for you. Here’s (pretty much) everything you need to know about banqueting halls for hire in Manchester:

Popular uses for banqueting halls in Manchester:

  • Asian weddings – Hindu, Pakistani or Chinese weddings are one of a kind feasts. They tend to be immense, too. In Manchester Asian banqueting halls are the most popular ones – the city boasts plenty of banqueting halls that are specialised in hosting Asian weddings. These banqueting suites often work with Asian caterers and have no problem with arranging appropriate wedding decor.

  • Corporate receptions – From function rooms for small company receptions to large banqueting halls for huge gatherings, Manchester offers all kinds of spaces for corporate feasts. Banquets are often connected with events such as product launches or annual general meetings.

  • Anniversaries – Have an important jubilee to celebrate? It’s always a good idea to commemorate the occasion by throwing a glorious feast. Be it a silver, pearl or golden wedding anniversary, or any other important anniversary– with #tagvenue you’re sure to find a Manchester banqueting hall that fits all your needs.

How to choose a perfect banqueting hall in Manchester:

  • Consider the size of the banqueting venue – hosting an enormous celebration for hundreds of guests? Choose one of Manchester’s large banqueting suites. Some of them are able to host events for up to 800 guests! If the banquet you’re planning is more intimate, at #tagvenue we’re listing smaller banqueting halls and function rooms as well, so you can easily find something that’s just the right size.

  • Pick the right location – most banqueting halls are located in the Greater Manchester area. Make sure the banqueting suite you’ve chosen has convenient transport links. Check its proximity to Metrolink stations and if the majority of your attendees will be arriving by car, make sure the venue has enough parking spaces.

  • Plan your budget carefully – decide where you can splash out and where you need to reel it in. On a tight budget? We know plenty of cheap banqueting halls in Manchester. Our favourite options include community centres and church halls. These are usually much more affordable than regular banqueting suites.

Things you need to consider when organising a banquet in Manchester:

  • Type of the service – when planning a banquet, one of the first decisions you need to make is whether you’re after a sit-down or a stand-up setup. Seated dining is a better option for weddings and family functions. Standing receptions are more popular for corporate parties (networking, product launches) and less formal parties in general. Buffet-style is also great for summer outdoor banquets. Remember these need a plan B for wet weather!

  • If you go for a seated banquet, choose a seating arrangement that’s best for your event. You can stick to traditional banquet style (parallel rectangular tables), U-style (recommended for wedding banquets), or cabaret seating (separate round tables).

  • It’s all about catering – start by going through the banqueting venue’s catering policy. Some managers don’t allow any external catering, while others are open for it. Remember, when planning with the caterer you choose there’s one thing you shouldn’t forget about – dietary restrictions. Check whether some of your guests have special dietary requirements (such as gluten-free, vegan, halal or kosher fare) and if they do, make sure the caterer can cater to them.

  • Apart from the food, don’t forget about the drinks menu. It’s a good idea to make it seasonal – think Pimm’s and strawberry daiquiris for summer banquets and pumpkin spice drinks for Christmas parties. Remember to serve enough non-alcoholic drinks, too.

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