Royal Palace Celebrates 23 Years of Los Angeles Wedding and Banquet Hall Events

Royal Palace Banquet Hall celebrates twenty three years of planning and delivering uniquely memorable wedding and banquet hall events in Los Angeles, CA.

Glendale, United States - May 24, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Events come and go, but memories about them live on. Since 1995, Royal Palace Banquet Hall has helped build a lifetime of memories one event at a time. For 23 years they’ve been California’s chosen event venue recognized as one of the top banquet halls in Los Angeles.

Mr. Armen, Manager of Royal Palace Banquet Hall, notes “We remain the authority venue in the Los Angeles and surrounding area in hosting all types of events. Whether your event is large or small, casual or formal, or anything in between, we are driven to provide the highest quality experience that fits any budget. We are proud of what we do, and we want to thank each one of our clients for partnering with us to help deliver unique and lasting memories.”

Royal Palace Banquet Hall excels due to its client focused orientation. Their leadership stresses that customer satisfaction always comes first. Their hallmark touch blends the execution of unmatched services with flexibility in customizing every event without sacrificing cost-efficiency.

Royal Palace Banquet Hall is the only event venue of its kind built with royalty in mind. Each client is seen as royalty and treated as such with the goal of working in synergy with clients in order to execute a perfect event.

As a full-service banquet and wedding reception hall located in Glendale, California, their services come in multiple wedding packages in Los Angeles summarized in Hall rental and Outside Catering, Royal, and Basic packages. These packages allow customers to decide the scale as well as level of service of their special event.

The Royal Palace is a 400 capacity ultra-modern Banquet hall with a LED Programmed lighting system. It consists of a 500 square foot lobby, a 600 square foot dance floor, a full service kitchen, bar and bathrooms. With a ceiling height of about 20ft, the facility is also handicap accessible and offers a total venue area of 7,000 square feet resulting in a glamorous and modern event venue that offers unrivaled service.

About Royal Palace

Royal Palace has been serving Glendale, Pasadena, Burbank, Sherman Oaks, North Hollywood and neighboring cities since 1995. The ballroom has served as one of the most versatile venues with its spacious room, lighting, and furniture.

Having been privileged to help make memorable moments for their clients for over two decades, Royal Palace’s mission is rooted in years of experience and thousands of satisfied clients driven from a simple formula that defines their purpose as client driven. Behind this formula is a genuine desire to make each event unforgettable and gifted with unique memories.

For more information please visit https://royalpalace.la/

Contact Info:
Name: Mr. Armen
Email: Send Email
Organization: Royal Palace Banquet Hall
Address: 210 S Brand Blvd, Glendale, CA 91204, United States
Phone: +1-818-502-3333
Website: https://royalpalace.la/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 516486

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