Hotels, wedding venues booked for next 3 months | Pune News

Pune: Hotels, banquets and wedding halls in the city are fully booked for the next three months, as those who postponed their weddings last year due to Covid-19 lockdown restrictions are holding their wedding celebrations this year.
Amit Padula, Events Manager, Konrad Bunye said, “In the year 220, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government imposed many restrictions and not many guests wanted to go ahead with the festivities in such conditions. But now all these guests have booked the property For their events in the second half of 2021. Hence, there is excess demand in the weddings sector for the hospitality sector.”
Gauri Kanitkar, CEO, Anurup and Yohaa Sansta, is looking to offset the 2020 financial losses from this year’s wedding season. “The festive mood is back among the clients, who are ready to go to weddings as they did before the pandemic. Although they spend less on catering because guest lists have to be limited to 50% of the wedding venue capacity, they spend more on catering. Decoration and entertainment.
Ronak Sethi, founder of the wedding management company, said, “The business recovery rate is 70-80 percent so far. Until the pandemic is completely over, and there are no restrictions on the number of guests allowed, there will be no 100 percent recovery for business.”
Catering co-founder Rashmi Shah said, “With fewer guests allowed, the total income from the wedding is 50 percent lower. But clients are willing to get detailed spreads, and they don’t mind the higher prices per plate/person. Last year, although weddings with 20-50 guests were organized, customers preferred buffets for each dish and did not choose live booths and stations for chaat, noodles, etc. This year there has been a rise in the number of customers ordering such booths and live stations, with a guarantee Take all safety precautions”
Mudassir Sheikh, who runs an audio system rental service, said the business did not bring him much. “Even with the easing of restrictions, people do not want to draw too much attention to their celebrations. We hardly have reservations now but we hope business will pick up in December.”


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