Top 10 Banquet Halls in Mumbai For Fancy Events

Mumbaikars may be an awfully busy lot, but that doesn’t mean they can’t find time to celebrate life. Birthday parties, wedding ceremonies, reunions, bachelor parties, baby showers — there are a lot of occasions to get together with your friends and family. 

Celebrate In Style!

To help you with your planning checklist, we’ve got you covered on the places where you can host all your gatherings. Read on to find out  the nearest and best banquet halls in Mumbai.

1) Sahara Star

Sahara Star’s exuberance can be seen in the way they have decked up their banquet hall. One of the largest banquet halls in the city, it has two annex halls, each covering an area of approximately 6000 square feet. The grandeur is accentuated with grand chandeliers and sophisticated interiors. However if you have a smaller event, wherein the royal appeal isn’t so important, check out their Oyster, Coral and Jade banquet halls.

Where: Opp Domestic Airport, Mumbai

2) Novotel Mumbai

Overlooking the Arabian Sea, Juhu’s Novotel in one of the premium destinations for weddings. The scenic beach around it gives you a beautiful view of the sunsets every evening, which also makes for a great backdrop in poolside parties. For outdoor functions, they have kept a separate entrance leading to the venue, so that it is more convenient for the guests. Their indoor banquet hall oozes of luxury, so it is absolutely perfect for a grand wedding reception.

Where: Balraj Sahni Rd, Juhu Beach, Juhu

3) Hotel Sea Princess

Hotel Sea Princess’ ‘Beach Front Banquet’ is ideal for a wedding reception or an evening birthday party. With breathtaking views of the Arabian Sea, it gives out a relaxed vibe. It has a capacity to accommodate around 450 guests, but if you have a smaller function, their regal and crystal banquet halls are better options for you. In case you have a formal office meeting to host, check for availability in their ‘Chancellor’ and ‘Board Room’ banquet halls.

Where: Juhu Tara Road, Juhu Beach, Santacruz (West)

4) The Renaissance

The luxury hotel’s posh indoor venue is beautifully-designed with a high ceiling and charming interiors. Their Grand Ballroom banquet hall is one of the largest marriage halls in Mumbai, and can accommodate up to 1,800 guests. For outdoor functions, they have a special terrace garden from where you can get a gorgeous view of Powai lake.

Where: #2 & 3B, Near Chinmayanand Ashram, Powai

5) Siddharth Banquets

Siddharth Banquets is ideal for those who’d like planners to help them with the function. For each event, they have a planner who attends to all your needs and makes sure that all the arrangements are in place. They have an indoor and an outdoor banquet hall, each with a capacity to accommodate up to 1000 guests. Their banquet halls offer continental, regional and a wide variety of starters and desserts.

Where: Diagonally Opposite Ambani Hospital, RTO Corner, 4 Bungalows

6) Asian Banquets

Asian Banquets’ special wedding services focus on making your task easier. Their professionals will assist you on everything from reserving the dates, planning & scheduling of the events, coordinating with the catering and décor experts related to food & event set up for pre-wedding as well as wedding functions. Their ball room can accommodate up to 1000 guests and also has an open dining area with lush greenery all around.

Where: Ground Floor, Filix Tower, Opposite Asian Paints, LBS Marg, Bhandup West, Sonapur, Bhandup West

7) AB Celestial

Want to throw your guests a party that they’ll remember forever? Take them to this one-of-a-kind luxury hotel. AB Celestial is Mumbai’s first floating restaurant, which is actually a three-deck luxury dining yacht. It has a total area of approximately 3000 square feet and can accommodate up to 500 people. To get the real ‘floating’ feel at this restaurant, go to their upper deck; it gives a fine view of Mumbai’s skyline as well as the iconic Bandra-Worli sea link.

Where: Near Bandra Worli Sea Link Bus Stop

8) Tip Top Plaza

Tip Top Plaza is a banquet hall and a wedding planner all in one. Along with a huge banquet hall that can accommodate up to 2500 guests, they provide a host of additional services — you can contact them for wedding card printing, interior decoration, ethnic wear designs, jewelry, beauty salon and spa, photography, DJ, music band and even to book your tickets for your favorite honeymoon destinations.

Where: LBS Road, Near Check Naka, Opposite Raheja Garden, Thane West

9) Blue Sea

Located at Worli Sea-face, Blue Sea is one of the best luxury banquets in Mumbai. Blending contemporary design with technology, Blue Sea’s main banquet hall is approximately 5200 square feet in area. It is adjoined to an open-air waterfront and can seat up to 700 people. They have specialized planned packages for sangeet, mehendi, wedding, birthday parties, brand launches etc. They also have florists who can design innovative centerpieces based on the requirement of the occasion.

Where: No. 11, Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan Road, Near National Association For Blinds, Worli Sea-face

10) Sun N Sand

Sun N Sand’s beachfront location makes it a hot-spot for those who have always fancied a beautiful beachfront wedding setting, the rituals to take place under the starlit skies and the sound of the crashing waves. Sun N Sand has an absolutely stunning beachfront location on the beautiful Juhu Beach and offers an elegant setting for wedding receptions of up to 900 guests. With a large outdoor courtyard area, one with landscaped gardens, a poolside feature overlooking the scenic blue waters of the sea and the glittering sands of the beach as a backdrop, this is the perfect romantic setting for the exchanging of the vows or a fancy wedding reception.

Where: 39, Juhu Beach

If you have any suggestions about any other banquet halls in Mumbai, do let us know in the comments section below. And since we are talking about parties and events, you might also want to check out our list of best places in Mumbai to buy party supplies.

Image Credits: Hotel Sahara Star,, WeddingZ, WedMeGood, Free Press Journal, Whatsthevenue, Sun n Sand

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