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Galadari Hotel unveils ‘Bougainvillea Ballroom’


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The Galadari Hotel opened its doors recently to the ‘Bougainvillea Ballroom’ on 3 May 2012. The new and spacious ballroom offers a seating capacity of 180 and is ideal for those who wish to celebrate their dream wedding. The Hotel’s new ballroom can easily accommodate 200 packs for theatre style meetings and conferences.



The hall has a class of its own and one of its many striking features is the beautifully decorated natural bougainvilleas blooming, which adorns the hall in carefully selected locations. The rich carpet adds an extravagant look and feel to ballroom creating that perfect ambience for a private celebration or a corporate event.

Bougainvillea has elegantly painted walls in ‘butter milk’. This colour has been carefully selected to naturally blend with the carpet which magnifies the attractiveness of the hall. One side of the ballroom’s walls has been given a special glass-like effect, which further heightens its beauty and provides a more spacious look.

The Galadari Hotel has once again produced yet another marvel through its all-new ballroom the Bougainvillea which is the ideal location for your dream wedding. The Hotel prides itself on its ability to provide an exceptional service which is both personalised as well as dedicated beyond your expectations.

So if you are planning an event, be it corporate or a private function why not let the Bougainvillea Ballroom be the selected venue? After all, nothing can compare to the one-of-a-kind attention to detail the Galadari Hotel offers, and has been proven many times over through its years of expertise and experience in the hospitality industry.


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