Dec 7, 2010 Destination Weddings
Dubai’s central location, easy access from all over and the variety of locations it offers have made it a hugely popular destination for Indian weddings. Park Hyatt is one of the most sought-after locations in Dubai and their clients include families who live in Dubai, and outsiders who host exotic Destination wedding there.
Park Hyatt Dubai offers a number of romantic outdoor venues like the Palm Garden and the Fountain Garden. The hotel’s location right by the Dubai creek and its breathtaking environment, make it the ideal venue for exclusive and personalised wedding events. Through the gates and palm-lined streets leading to Park Hyatt Dubai, guests discover a secluded retreat inspired by the magnificent Moorish palaces of old. Within, the hotel’s exquisitely landscaped gardens and flower-draped courtyards provide the perfect setting for intimate weddings. For larger receptions of up to five hundred, there is the majestic and spacious Creek Ballroom.
According to Waike Papke, Director of Sales & Marketing, Park Hyatt Dubai has paid a special focus on food with emphasis on North Indian cuisine and live cooking stations. “Banquet Chef Nisar Ahmed from Delhi and his team of chefs from all over India are able to cater to the most discerning tastes. Most of our clients like traditional decor with Marigold flowers. If the weather permits they prefer to hold the pheras in our beautifully decorated Palm or Fountain Gardens.”
Adds Rimjhim Bhagchandani, a Dubai-based Wedding Planner: “Dubai is a great destination for Indian weddings. There is a wide choice of venues- small ballrooms for 50 to those with 4000 plus capacity. It is very easy to organise a wedding in Dubai. There are so many options of vendors to suit all budgets—be they florists or AV suppliers. The world’s best decor fabric is available here, and a variety of flowers are available all year round. Hyatt is one of the best hotels, and most of the other hotels are also very co-operative. Thanks to efficient systems in Dubai, even if you don’t know a soul here, you could still pull off a huge wedding all by yourself!”