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3 Key Things to Know Before Booking Banquet Room Rentals July 28, 2016

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3 Key Things to Know Before Booking Banquet Room Rentals, Honolulu, Hawaii

Figuring out a location is just as important as anything when you’re planning an event. However, Honolulu’s Natsunoya Tea House recommends taking a deep breath before you start looking into banquet room rentals. Sitting down to figure out the specifics of your event can help you choose the right place and avoid complications down the road.

When you do choose a location, Natsunoya Tea House would love to help you put on your event in Hawaii’s state capital. With five separate rooms and a capacity of up to 280 guests, they have held a variety of events, from weddings to luncheons to funerals. They offer delectable catering, which includes sushi and tempura, and the view of the Oahu landscape is unbeatable. They want your event to run as stress-free as possible, so keep things running smoothly by having these parameters in place before you scope out banquet room rentals:

Budget

Understanding the costs of your event prevents unwelcome surprises down the line. Carefully lay out your budget for the event, considering as many costs as possible, before deciding how much you’re looking to spend on a venue. When you arrive to discuss banquet room rentals with a figure in mind, you won’t end up spending more than you can afford, and you’ll be able to better negotiate a price that works for you.

Number Of Guests

Honolulu-HI-banquet-room-rentalsBefore you look at banquet facilities, take some time putting together your guest list. Having a solid estimate on the number of people attending your event avoids the Goldilocks conundrum; having to turn guests away from a space that is “too small” or having a discombobulated event in a room that is “too big.” Knowing how many people will be attending your event will help you pick the “just right” size among the banquet rooms presented to you. 

Kind Of Event

The last thing you want is to be struggling to arrange a set-up on the day of your event. Before you pick out your banquet facilities, know what you’ll be doing with the space. Will you need to set up a wedding aisle, a large projector for a presentation, or a stage for musicians? Figuring out your needs ahead of time will help you envision how your event will work, so you can choose the space that best serves you.

Natsunoya Tea House is sure to have the ideal banquet facilities for your next Oahu event. Once you have the details in order, visit their website to learn more about their banquet room rentals and full-service catering, or call (808) 595-4488 to make a reservation today.

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