Ideas for Barmitzvah Venues & Batmitzvah Venues

Ideas for Barmitzvah Venues & Batmitzvah Venues

Looking for ideas for a Bar Mitzvah Venue or Bat Mitzvah Venue is probably pretty near the top of your to do list when planning a Simcha!  But with so much choice out there, where do you start finding an ideal venue? You need a venue with the right amount of space, the right surroundings, maybe something lavish or something simple, or maybe something quirky and different. Maybe a blank space or a finished product? We hope to help you out and give you some ideas here on the type of venue you may be interested in….

Hotels

Hotels tick a lot of boxes when looking for ideas for a Bar Mitzvah & Bat Mitzvah Venue as they are very practical.  Firstly, they are a bit of a one stop shop.  They are used to hosting large events, have plenty of parking but also give the opportunity for the hosts and guests to stay overnight at reduced rates.  Hotels will often offer a non-offensive menu which means in most cases, you will not need to pay for function room hire.  If you have a kosher caterer requirement, most hotels will offer a dry hire option.   In addition, hotels usually have lots of necessities included in the price, e.g, tables, chairs, table linen, dancefloors, security etc making them cost effective. One thing to bear in mind is there are many different types of hotel, from traditional to modern and to city based or more countryside scenic, so hotels are definitely worth considering.

Halls

Halls take so many different forms – for example, synagogue halls, community halls, town halls, concert halls, school halls and often provide the ultimate blank canvas venue. Halls are cheaper than other venues but do bear in mind, they may not include things like tables and chairs which can be costly to hire.   If you have a theme and want to create your own look at your Bar Mitzvah & Bat Mitzvah Venue, then this could be a great option for you.  Remember, even the plainest hall can be transformed easily with great lighting and a few extras like dance floors & staging.

Restaurants

Restaurants are a great idea for a Bar Mitzvah & Bat Mitzvah Venue as food is usually an important part of a Simcha, and restaurants will be geared up to provide this in large numbers! Another pro for a restaurant is the owners would have carefully planned and designed their décor already, minimising the need for you of going to the expense of decorating the venue.  Finally all seating / table linen etc. will be available to you, which will save you money in the long run.  For more information read our Restaurants make great Barmitzvah and Batmitzvah Party Venues article.

Nightclubs

Another idea for Bar Mitzvah Venues & Bat Mitzvah Venues is hosting your Simcha in a nightclub or bar.  Many nightclubs & bars are offering their venue out which is fantastic, because hosting your Barmitzvah or Batmitzvah party in this type of event space works for so many reasons. If you are looking for a club style environment, then this venue will provide the right ambience and style without you having to pay to create it.  Dancefloor, lighting, DJ booth etc. will also all be there already and available for use.  For further information on this type of venue, check out our The Latest Trend – hosting your Barmitzvah or Batmitzvah Party in a Nightclub or Bar article.

Sports Clubs

Increasingly popular are sports clubs as Bar Mitzvah Venues & Bat Mitzvah Venues, particularly suitable are golf clubs, cricket clubs or football grounds.  If the Bar Mitzvah boy or Bat Mitzvah girl has a favourite sport, how cool would it be to hold their party there! Sports clubs usually have function facilities and their event room usually would provide great views of a golf course, stadium etc. Like hotels, this type of venue would usually be able to offer dry hire or a non-offensive menu and would also be able to include the furniture needed.

Barns

Barns provide a very versatile event space for a Bar Mitzvah Venue & Bat Mitzvah Venue. The colour scheme is neutral and with beautiful beams and high ceilings, create a stunning backdrop for a Simcha. Barns can be dressed up to look cool and glamourous or can be kept natural for a more vintage rustic look.  Barns are full of history which make them a charming Bar Mitzvah Venue & Bat Mitzvah Venue full of character and quirky features.

Marquees

Having a marquee is a very popular Bar Mitzvah Venue & Bat Mitzvah Venue idea.  One of the greatest advantages is you potentially don’t need to travel far if the marquee is in your back garden!  You can also use it if you are planning a Friday night dinner, or lunch as well as a party if that’s what’s in your plans.  But be warned marquees do not come cheap! You often have to have extras such as a portable toilets, extra flooring outside to get to the marquee easily if it is muddy, or a covered pathway incase it rains. Nonetheless, marquees are very popular and you can create your own theme & colour scheme without having to consider any existing décor.

Other Bar Mitzvah Venues & Bat Mitzvah Venues Ideas

Are you looking for a venue that reflects the personality of your family? There are various other types of venue that offer unique event space for simchas.  So if you are looking for a Bar Mitzvah Venue or Bat Mitzvah Venue that is different from the norm, there may be some ideas for you here.  These include breweries, studios, old warehouses, museums, bowling allys, vaults, boats, zoos, gardens & theatres.

Here are some venue ideas that we work with:
Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club

Rooms on Regents Park

The Village Hotel Manchester Bury

The Kings Oak Essex

For a full list of Bar Mitzvah & Bat Mitzvah Venue Ideas, click here

 

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