Grand Regal joins wedding fair-A A +A
Monday, July 28, 2014
THE premier wedding reception venue in Davao City again showcased its creative abilities by presenting a one of a kind romantic outdoor wedding set-up, in the much-anticipated annual wedding fair at Abreeza Mall from July 25 to 27.
Grand Regal Hotel's booth looks surreal as a truly-inspired dream wedding that a couple had always dreamed about.
Using real tree trimmings that included the roots and vines, real flowers and a thick foliage that compliments the green bamboo walling.
The three angel figurine fountains complete the garden-inspired wedding set-up. It is indeed a picturesque presentation of a how a hotel can create awe-inspiring set-up when wedding events happen inside Grand Regal Hotel Davao.
Each week, more and more wedding receptions are scheduled at Grand Regal Hotel, as they find it a perfect venue that suits their requirements.
The hotel has the capacity to accommodate a banquet for 700 guests at the Grand Pilipinas Ballroom, the biggest ballroom in a hotel in Davao City. It sure will be a grand reception where guests enjoy elegance and comfort during these very special occasion.
Of course, if the occasion calls for an intimate gathering of 100 guests, each of the three smaller ballrooms named Sulu, Mactan & Corregidor can accommodate just that, and can also be converted into larger area should the wedding guests reach to 300 people. These ballrooms are fully-carpeted with high-ceiling where awesome wedding decor-works can be created for maximum satisfaction of how the couple wanted their dream wedding reception to be remembered for life.
To make the Grand Regal Hotel experience truly grand like no other, the couple will have the chance to stay at the posh Bridal Suite at the corner of the 12th floor. This luxurious suite with a timeless elegance is a perfect spot to gaze at the city's blueish hues during dusk and nightline. It also offers a picture-perfect view of the Davao Gulf and Samal Island in all its serenity and splendor especially during daybreak.
For inquiries, please call 082-2350888 and 09228838809.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on July 29, 2014.