What is the Usual Cost Per Guest When Getting the Service of Most Expensive Wedding Venues in NYC

Cost of Most Expensive Wedding Venues

wedding venueSaying your wedding vows in the most extravagant place in the world, New York City, is one of your dreams that you should fulfill. It is the time that all of your family members, relatives, friends and close co-workers will get to see each other so it is important that you should tuck them in a place that they have never been before. At least they could experience the luxury of life even once spent in one of the most expensive wedding venues in NYC, some wedding hotels gives a full wedding package for dress and veils, limo and invitation.

New York is home for the grandest wedding receptions in the world so you can find many places that will surely fit your expectations. When getting these types of receptions, expect the price is skyrocketing due to the top tier quality you will be getting.

Extravagant hotels in New York are usually billing you on a per head basis. The lowest cost per head is ranging from $235 to $250 plus tax and other service charge. Hotels in New York that is under this category of pricing are The Four Seasons located at Park Avenue, Capitale at Bowery, and The American Museum of Natural History at Upper West Side.

Other premiere hotels which have cost per head range from $300 to $375 are Cipriani at 42nd Street, The Pierre at Upper East Side, Mandarin Oriental at Columbus Circle, and The Plaza at the Fifth Avenue. If you book one of these most expensive wedding venues in NYC, you will have the time of your life because of their amenities.

After the wedding, the hotels are giving bridal suites wherein the couple could spend theirĀ honeymoon with overflowing free champagne. They will also have premium passes among other features of the hotel like entertainment room, body spa, pool, Cotillion room and many other ballrooms. Other suites are also giving free wedding cakes so you no longer need to order in your nearest pastry house.

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