Hotel Muse offers extraordinary spaces for both indoor and outdoor occasions. From large-scale social galas to intimate gatherings, every event occurs in a captivating setting that fully reflects the hotel’s abiding themes of grandeur and sophisticated pleasure.
Cocktail-style affairs and banqueting for up to 200 guests can be held in The Speakeasy, where guests are free to meander about the venue’s many beguiling rooms throughout the entire 24th and 25th floors. Suitable occasions include high-end parties, luxury product launches and viewings, as well as exclusive wine-and-dine events.
Private dining rooms of various configurations are also available adjacent to Medici Kitchen & Bar restaurant on the Lower Ground floor and next to Su Tha Ros restaurant on the 19th floor.
The hotel’s 19th-floor swimming pool makes for an equally enchanting spot to host social events and make a real splash during a sunset cocktail party; the setting enhanced by ergonomic design elements including glittering fibre-optic visual effects and the adjoining Wet Bar.
Meetings and conferences at Hotel Muse take place in a far from business-like atmosphere. The Board Room, within The Speakeasy venue, affords top executives features such as a private terrace while at once providing all necessary amenities and technologies. Adjacent venue, The Blind Pig cigar lounge, allows for a highly discriminating, almost conclave type setting. Restaurant private dining rooms likewise are configurable for meetings, conferences and presentations.
Weddings? Imagine an intimate rooftop ceremony surrounded by elegant salas and other striking architectural details. Retain the image, ascend Hotel Muse and see where reality will unfold. Wedding specialists as part of Hotel Muse’s on-site event team help plan out-of-the-ordinary, boutique experiences for those intending a limited guest list yet expecting unlimited splendour. And just as Hotel Muse itself embodies a sublime marriage of East and West, wedding staff members are likewise expert in arranging ceremonies and receptions for many customs and traditions, whether Occidental or Oriental.