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380 Nathan Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui 


“Surprisingly Romantic” is the slightly offputting tagline for the Eaton’s wedding package, and yes, though it is perched somewhat unappealingly in downtown Jordan, the hotel itself has developed a fine reputation as a popular venue for weddings, thanks largely to its impressive curved marble staircase. With function rooms and restaurants of all sizes, there’s a package here for anyone with a taste for seriously good Chinese food-Yat Tung Heen is the hotel’s famous Chinese restaurant. Prices range from about $4,988 to $6,588 per tabl.e




No, it’s not just for women who haven’t grown up yet–Hong Kong Disney offers a distinctly un-Mickeylike  day for people looking for an elegant garden setting somewhere a little different. Equipped with private dressing rooms, an outdoor garden area with a gazebo and plenty of posing opportunities outside the Sleeping Beauty castle, the Disney wedding team can also arrange photography, decoration and full AV support. If you’re looking for some extras, the team can also arrange live music, Mickey and Minnie guest appearances, limos, florists, live entertainers and Disney-themed desserts. Chinese banquet packages range from $8,888 per table of 12 to $11,888.

69 Mody Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui East


The Royal Garden’s function rooms are available for hire for wedding ceremonies and banquets. The experienced event staff can help you to arrange either a western or Chinese banquet. If you book a minimum of 40 guests for a western wedding, or 10 tables for a Chinese party, you will be entitled to a ton of goodies, including floral table decorations, limousines, hotel accommodation, cream cake and invitation cards.

20 Tak Fung St., Whampoa Garden, Hung Hom


There are several available venues at the Harbour Plaza Hotel, from the ballroom to the presidential suites, or for an alfresco option, the pool deck and the waterfront bar and terrace. The terrace holds up to 150 guests and has magnificent views of the harbour, while the Presidential Suite is a homey, intimate location for around 50 guests. Banquets are $6,380-$9,880 per table of 12, with plenty of perks for bigger bookings.

118-130, Nathan Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui


Formerly known as the Mirimar Hotel, The Mira has undergone a dramatic renovation this year and is now the stylish Kowloon-side destination of choice. For their wedding packages, The Mira has enlisted celebrity wedding planner Colin Cowie to come up with six themes, Ravishing Ruby, Emerald Dream, Sophisticated Sapphire, Golden Glamour, Silver Chic and Pristine Pearl. Each theme gives the ballroom a unique, modern twist. Everything, from linens to backdrops and flowers will be carefully co-ordinated to match with your chosen theme. New AV and lighting systems give the room an intimate feel. A minimum spend of $9,688 per table of 12 is required before you get the colour scheme, however. Banquets are $7,688-$14,988, with tons of freebies for bookings of 15 tables or more.

64 Mody Rd., Kowloon


Well-equipped to deal with events of all sizes, the Kowloon has several room hire options, including the Grand Ballroom (which seats 46 tables) and Orchid Room, which are pillar-free and have a large pre-function reception space; or the smaller Kowloon and Harbour Rooms, which have great views of the harbour. Both western and Chinese weddings can be accomodated. Banquet prices: $7,288-$11,888 per table of 12. Tons of perks and freebies for tables of 15 or more, and even more for tables of 30 or more.

Pacific Place, Supreme Court Rd., Admiralty


Popular for western and Chinese weddings alike, the Island Shang offers a variety of venues within the hotel, including the ballroom, roof garden, library and atrium. The Pearl wedding package costs $9,188 per table of 12 (minimum 10 tables) and comes with one or two night’s accommodation, corkage waiver and tons of other goodies. The Diamond package starts at $8,688 per table of 12 (minimum 20 tables).


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