Measuring Up the Seating Capabilities For Round Banquet Tables

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You don’t necessarily need a four poster board when choosing round banquet tables, although you will find those available if you like that look. Round Banquet Tables is much less expensive than rectangular ones and of course there is also a big difference in seating options. When you have large numbers of people that are seated close together, there is a tendency for conversation to fade as everyone tries to glance around and not get the attention of the next person. Round Banquet Tables is a perfect solution for this as they have plenty of space to spread out and keep everyone involved. They also tend to give you much more options in seating as you can seat comfortably around a central table or in an even smaller circle with individual seats.

 

You will find that most round banquet tables are available in three common sizes, which are the round table, rectangle table, and square. The larger the table the higher the cost will be, but the better use you get out of them. The more people you could seat at a table the more money you could potentially make. If you want to save money however, you can find round tables with a shorter top end that is only two posts high. This type is less commonly available but it can be cheaper as well so it really depends on your overall needs and budget. Below we’ve laid out an easy to read, easy to follow guide of some of the most common sizes of round banquet tables and their measurements.

 

Seating capacity for round banquet tables generally ranges from four to eight, but you will find some tables with multiple seats that are just over six seats. These will be suitable for extremely large gatherings where you would like to seat thousands of people but they can sometimes be hard to accommodate if you do not know what size to look for. The number of seats determines the amount of money you will need to set aside for them. Usually they cost between five hundred dollars and one thousand dollars.