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Waters Edge, perfect destination for every celebration


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Away from the hustle and the bustle of the city yet situated in the middle of a suburb and surrounded by vast bodies of water adorned with picturesque water lilies stands Waters Edge, the perfect destination for every type of event. 

Waters Edge has certainly managed to capture the hearts of many guests from across the country and the world as the hotel offers a number of beautiful locations and halls for any type of event. 

The Grand Ballroom and the Eagle which are large ballrooms are often used for large weddings and corporate functions, etc., while the View, Olu, Nelum, Manel, Albatross and the Link are ideal venues to host smaller corporate functions, anniversaries or birthday parties.

The picturesque Lawn and the Float offers an ideal setting to host your next special event. One of the unique services hotel offers is helicopter rides from the premises which give you a chance to take a peek at the scenic atmosphere surrounding the vicinity and of the city. These rides can be arranged as a part of any event to add more excitement to make it a special occasion. 

One of the factors that set Waters Edge a cut above the rest is the customisable approach they take when dealing with their clients. The hotel offers personalised services to the clients when planning different events. Each event is allocated a dedicated event manager who will be the go-to-point throughout the planning and execution stages. Having this privilege allows the clients to plan their special event hassle free.

Kid’s birthday parties in particular have become very popular at the water-front hotel. Since the hotel offers a wide range of venues, the clients have the ability to choose a venue that best fits their requirements. The hotel also has a number of reliable and experienced service vendors who provide bouncers and rides, kid’s entertainment, cartoon mascots and themes decor. The award-winning culinary team at Waters Edge also ensures that each event has customised menus depending on the guest list, theme of the event and the budgets of the organisers. Well versed banquet personnel also help with other arrangements such as lights and sounds, entertainment acts and logistics. 

A special event is a memory that lasts a lifetime and Waters Edge invites you to contact them on 0112 863863 to make it a truly memorable one.


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