Most people in this day and age live in tiny apartment buildings or single family homes with nonexistent yards. This means that throwing a party at home is not an option for 90% of people. Party halls and private party rooms have cropped up all over the place to take advantage of this situation. Party halls are usually large independent buildings with open floor spaces that can be customized for everything from a trade fair to a wedding reception. Private party halls, on the other hand, are located in restaurants. These rooms can come in many different sizes. Some rooms can only accommodate a dozen or so people while others can accommodate hundreds.
Plan ahead of time
The first requirement of arranging and hosting a party successfully is meticulous planning. Start planning well in advance; there are a lot of logistical issues involved, so if you have all the details worked out in advance then there will be no last-minute headache for you. Choose the theme of the party and decide on the people you are inviting. Getting a fix on the number of attendees will help you narrow down your venue, as well as budget.
Pick the right type of party venue
Your venue will depend on the type of party you are throwing; for birthday parties, wedding receptions, and other smaller gatherings, Le Crystal and similar restaurants can be a really good option. The biggest advantage of throwing a party at a restaurant is that you wouldn’t have to worry about arranging for food, beverage and waiting staff, at restaurants, all of that is included in the package. Yes, it will probably be a little costlier than arranging for everything yourself, but it is also less troublesome.
Talk to the people involved
If you want your party to be successful, then you will need to open up to the owners and the staff. They have probably hosted many such parties, and nobody can advice you better in this regard. Try to build a friendly relationship with the staff, manager and the owner so that they have another motivation to see your party succeed other than the money. Work out the details of menu, decorations and what you can bring from outside. Some restaurants probably will insist that they provide the cake as well, if so then just pick the design and flavor and let them take care of it.