In charge of organizing the work Christmas party this year? Realising that your 30th birthday isn’t as far away as you thought (or hoped) it was? Can’t make a decision on a venue but still need to throw a baby shower preferably before the baby gets here? Well sit back, relax, grab a drink and read this (but not necessarily in that order), because Bertonia Lounge is committed to providing you with a stress-free planning experience as well as a fun-filled event that will have your fellow colleagues jealous of the praise the boss is giving you and your friends wishing you were turning 30 every year.
Located in the convenient Sydney suburb of Parramatta, impress in an ultra modern and completely private space, featuring polished concrete floors, creative prints and mood lighting that will be sure to get your guests talking.
This stylish, classy spot offers all types of packages from exclusive dining experiences if you were looking for something more intimate for 30 of your closest friends and family, to a cocktail party of 150 guests for a night of unforgettable memories; just avoid the tequila if you want to remember the fun you had. Or, if you’re like me and you just can’t stay away no matter how much regret you’ll feel in the morning, then this venue is also conveniently located right near some great hotels so that no one has to ruin their night and be the dreaded designated driver.
Not only is this lounge willing to hold your hand through every step of the creative process, it is also able to adapt and transform depending on the occasion and the style, making this the venue of your dreams.
And we haven’t even gotten to the drinks yet! Bertonia Lounge serves up an extensive range of drinks from your very own private bar. Say goodbye to waiting 20 minutes just to get the bartender’s attention and say hello to your favourite cocktails from classic to creative, as well as a host of premium liquors making sure there is a little something for everyone. Yes, including Aunt Pam and her love for espresso martinis.
So stop looking, grab the phone and make a booking!
No seriously, get on it.
By Kate Gazzard