Hotels

Hotel wedding venues are the perfect solution for couples who also need to have accommodation available for their guests to overnight before and after the wedding. Having your wedding in an hotel will take the stress out of the planning as you will have a wedding coordinator to help every step of the way.

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    Kent: The Grand – Folkestone

    The Grand has an unrivalled position on the South Coast, with stunning views over the award winning Coastal Park and the busy Channel shipping lanes,… read more »

    West Midlands: The Windmill Village Hotel

    We offer the choice of 2 function suites overlooking our 18 hole Golf course and can cater for up to 220 guests. The Windmill Village… read more »
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    Kent: The Abbots Fireside

    The Abbot’s Fireside hold a full Kent Civil Ceremony wedding license so we can host your ceremony as well as handling all your catering needs… read more »

    East Sussex: The Grand Brighton

    Standing proud on the Brighton promenade, gazing out across the glittering sea, The Grand has an allure all of its own – Victorian splendour, breathtaking… read more »

    Hampshire: Portsmouth Marriott Hotel

    Whether you are planning a small and intimate wedding or a grand celebration, the Portsmouth Marriott Hotel could be just what you’re seeking as the… read more »

    London: Corinthia Hotel London

    A Strikingly beautiful and faultlessly elegant wedding venue, Corinthia Hotel London is the perfect setting for your wedding day. From fairy tale weddings to romantic… read more »
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    North Yorkshire: The Arches Hotel

    Country cosy with a coastal setting… Set amongst the Hummersea Cliffs with breathtaking views of the North Yorkshire coastline, The Arches offers an idyllic “hidden… read more »
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    West Yorkshire: Best Western Bradford Guidepost

    The BEST WESTERN Bradford Guide Post Hotel can make your wedding the most memorable day of your life. If you’re looking for an affordable wedding… read more »