Hotel Renaissance

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Client

With the launch of Season 2 of The Navigator’s Table in mid-October, Renaissance Hotels offered an intriguing on-property extension of the initiative to drive awareness on a global scale. During autumn 2017, different Renaissance hotels were invited to execute their own version of The Navigator’s Table Dinner Series for approximately 12-16 guests.

My role: Event Producer
Purpose of event: Create awareness
Venue: Renaissance Hotel Barcelona
Attendees: 16 people

Situated close to Passeig de Gracia, the Renaissance Hotel Barcelona was one of the chosen locations for The Navigator’s Table Dinner Series. This special dinner was hosted by Sam Zucker of Zucker & Spice.

With only a month to prepare everything, this was a very tight deadline but I love working under pressure! I am eternally grateful to the magnificent team at the Hotel for helping out throughout the process and for their incredible professionalism the day of the event. It was a pleasure to work with such dedicated people, to see them in action and be a part of The Navigator’s Table Dinner Series.

I’m incredibly proud of the result, the Dinner was a complete success, with guests having lots of fun creating the different dishes.

All photos by @superjeanmarc

event for hotel
event for hotel

Event for Hotel

After receiving the initial brief, and with only one month to prepare, I had my work cut out! This special dinner was to be presented as a blank canvas in order for the food to be the clear protagonist. Guests would be invited to “play with their food”, creating savoury works of art to be devoured with gusto.

  • Source rentals, purchase props and decorative elements, all in white.
  • Source staff attire.
  • Propose creative ideas for place cards.
  • As the dinner would be held on the Hotel terrace, a contingency plan for rain was necessary.
  • Choose a photographer.
  • Create event budget and communicate costs.
  • Create Run of Show and other planning documents.
  • Manage printing of graphics.
  • Early start on the day of the event to ensure correct staging.
  • Decorate table.
  • Ensure timings were running accordingly once the event began