General Information: Although off Strip, Platinum is not that far from the action and makes up for it with a unique viewpoint of the Strip from its rooftop wedding area, and larger, smoke-free suites. (The entire property is smoke-free.) Prices are competitive given it’s location, and it remains a good choice for more traditional wedding with a touch of Vegas flair, making it popular with both local and destination weddings.
Misora rooftop patio is nearly 3,400 square feet on the 17th floor, and is part open air terrace, part enclosed room. Views include the lights of the Strip to the west as well as the city of Vegas, airplanes landing at McCarran and the surrounding mountains. It can hold 80 seated guests and 100 standing for cocktail receptions. The awkwardly named Kil@wat restaurant is located poolside and offer cozy fireplaces with the Vegas views. It’s a bit larger and can hold 120 seated or 250 cocktail style.
In-suite ceremonies and receptions are an option at this all-suite hotel as they do have a number of larger rooms available, but it may be a challenge to host a number of people due to the lobby and parking set up.
Price Range: They price things a little differently, mostly for receptions with complimentary ceremony space included. Receptions can be priced as an entire package or a la carte, with you choosing your vendors, except for food and beverage (exceptions being cake and wine/Champagne.) Misora rooftop patio cost ranges from $2,500 to $16,000 with higher costs on weekends. Reception packages at Kil@wat run $5,000-10,000 depending on number of people and add ons chosen.
Packages Can Include: The higher priced “Platinum” package/full meal deal includes: a sunset ceremony, four-hour reception with dance floor, DJ as well as catering, bar and all associated needs such as tables, chairs, linens and decor for 25-120 people (seated). They can host up to 250 people at standing receptions. You can also choose to do a la carte service on their basic package, upgrading on things that are important to you.
Outside Photographers Allowed: Yes.
Receptions: The only outside food vendors allowed are for cake. Corkage for outside wine and Champagne is $40 per bottle. However catering is a notch above here, with all sorts of fun extras like hand passed hors d’oeuvres and action stations for meat carving and mashed potatoes, as well as dessert options like sundae and bananas fosters bars. Note that if you want shots, better take your business to The Quad. Platinum Hotel has a no shots policy for events. There is also a four hour minimum for events with food and beverage service.
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