Your dream day deserves nothing less than the absolute best. Whether it is an intimate wedding for a few close family and friends or a gala affair, the five-star Cinnamon Grand guarantees a spectacular celebration for the union of hearts.

The Oak Room, Colombo’s largest and most versatile ballroom at Cinnamon Grand is perhaps the most sought-after indoor venue for weddings. Perfect for the most elegant reception, the ballroom is tastefully designed with contemporary and classic décor featuring interiors lined with oak panels and the ceiling adorned with stunning chandeliers. Accommodating 500 guests, banquet style, Oak Room has an intelligent lighting system that allows the creation of different moods and themes. Now accessible through Uththarananda Mawatha as well, the Oak Room offers the perfect ambiance to create and capture lasting memories.

The Atrium on lobby level is yet another favourite among couples. The elevated space with the ability to accommodate 250 guests, has its own elegance with four-storey high pendant lights hanging from the ceiling and surrounded by tall alabaster vases. Adding to the charm is the stacked glass fountain at one end of the open venue and the rippling water feature that flows around the Atrium.

For those looking for outdoor venues, Cinnamon Grand offers its quintessential hideaway in Colombo, Nuga Gama, Sri Lanka’s first-ever village in the city. Designed around a 200-year old Nuga Tree, this is ideal for a traditional Sri Lankan wedding.

With the Cinnamon Grand’s team of chefs ever-ready to create a culinary masterpiece, you can pick from an extensive menu featuring international cuisine that would suit any theme. The bespoke wedding offerings at Cinnamon Grand ensure that the menus are personalised to add your favourites as well. Signature wedding cakes are also undertaken by the hotel’s pastry chefs. Coupled with experienced and well trained banquets team who serves from the heart, weddings at Cinnamon Grand are truly memorable affairs that neither the couple nor the guests would ever forget.

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