Chinese Hat Marquee Hire

Chinese Hat Chill out Space

Chinese Hat Marquees are very versatile and look magnificent at any event

Advantages:-

  • Superb looking marquees with their peaked roofs and regular shapes
  • Several together make a multi room space
  • Robust and strong in all weathers – all year round
  • Can have interior linings
  • Can pitched on any surface
  • Variety of sizes:-
    • 3 x 3m
    • 4 x 4m
    • 5 x 5m
    • 6 x 6m
    • 10 x 10m (rare)
    • 12 x 12m (rare)
  • Have good gutters when joined together
  • Can have real doors, real solid walls, window walls or plain white pvc walls

Chinese Hat Entrance

Disadvantages:-

  • Limited by size – very few structures over 6 x 6m in the UK
  • For bigger events you might find that the need for multiple structures to provide the necessary overall SqM is a pain

Flame Marquee Decoration

More Detailed Information:-

  • Chinese Hats are also called:- (and they are all the same really)
    • Pavillions
    • Witches Hats
    • Gazebos
    • Peak Marquees of Tents
  • They are basically a small frame marquee. They will share most of the same components as a Frame Marquee
  • They are always square (apart from some rectangles that you will mainly see in America)
  • There is a very big difference between these professional marquees and your average Gazebo from a Garden Centre
  • They use a heavier pcv than Capri or Dome Marquees
  • They can be used year round

Sporting Event Marquee Hire

Chinese Hat Marquee Prices:-

  • Chinese Hat Marquees are priced per structure rather than per SqM
  • The smaller structures (3 x 3M) would cost a few hundred pounds, but are usually included for very little when booking multiples or larger structures
  • Larger Hats (5 x 5m) will be between £300 and £450 depending again on how many you might be after
  • Extras such as lining, flooring and doors will be priced on top

Exhibition Marquees

 

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