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Luxury in privacy with the Mövenpick Hotel Colombo

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 Catering done for an event by the lake


  • The Mövenpick culinary team undertakes all outdoor catering activities

Preparing for an event or party is always a stressful task. As the host, you need to think about your guest list, the venue, drinks and food. Whether you are planning for a party of 40 or 1000, the Mövenpick Hotel Colombo can pull off catering for a party or event of any size. 

The hotel’s top-notch catering team has plenty of experienced and passionate chefs together with dedicated managers that will take care of all aspects of the event right from planning, sourcing and execution, and most importantly, a team that really enjoy looking after you and ensuring your event runs as smoothly as possible. 

You can’t go wrong with the winning formula of excellent customer service, talented chefs and an array of culinary delights to choose from. 

The Mövenpick Hotel Colombo’s culinary team aims to delight guests with a personalised selection of cuisine from all over the world, making it the preferred choice for all social and corporate gatherings. The team will also be involved in the entire event planning process inclusive of floral arrangements and music if required. A wide range of themed menus are available, and you also have the option of customising all menus to suit your particular event.  Save yourself the trouble of cooking and let the professionals bring the feast to your home! You can even hire your own bartender, especially one who knows how to work the crowd and entertain with flair bartending. Set up a few action stations with our skilled chefs and entertain your friends and colleagues with the finest culinary expertise in town. For further inquiries, please contact Lalin on 076 311 8812 or email hotel.colombo.catering@movenpick.com. 


Movenpick evening function

Private function

Kids event

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