Everyone wants their wedding day to be a special and spectacular event to remember. At Clifton Hotels we have the expertise, dedicated staff and the local knowledge to make this happen.
The Square Club is the most stylish venue in Bristol; combining 2 AA Rosette cuisines with stylish and individual settings it can become the memorable setting that you have always wished for. Fully licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies the Square Club, with its funky cocktail bar, gorgeous terrace and picturesque kitchen and lounge, offers a unique setting for you wedding day.
The Rodney Hotel's AA Rosette awarded Number Four Restaurant is another sought after wedding venue in Bristol. Situated in the heart of Clifton Village, Number Four is the perfect setting for wedding receptions. Equipped with a main reception room, small café and secret garden Number Four is unique in that it can combine the stunning traditional setting of a Georgian building with a disco and a dance floor!
Racks Bar and Kitchen is also another fabulous venue that Clifton Hotels has to offer. With good pub food, sun-catching outside seating area and a variety of rooms that can be accustomed to each individual parties needs it is a perfect location for a wedding reception.
Whether you’re getting married at one of our venues, or another venue in Bristol, Clifton Hotels understand the organization behind getting everyone a bed for the night of the Big Day.
To help make this process easier we have a Group Reservations team who are eager to help you make this process run as smoothly as possible.
Please contact us to find out which hotels would suit your group and what options there are for you in reserving these rooms, hotel visits are also available upon request.
Our Group Reservations Team:
01179 467 469
Clifton Hotels Friends:
Clifton Hotels knows the amount of work that goes into organizing a wedding. To make this process easier we have dedicated our time to finding local companies and services that will be of use to our bride and grooms, and to the wedding party in general.
Clifton Cakes: If you are looking for a spectacular wedding cake then Clifton Cakes has the experience and attention to detail that every wedding couple needs. Plain chocolate, milk chocolate, or white chocolate, sculptures, tiers – whatever you want they can create it for you.
Crosville Motors: Want to arrive to your wedding day in style? Impress your wedding guests by organising worry free Vintage Bus transport for your Wedding day.
Make up by Kelly Hooper at The Barn: Kelly Hooper has been perfecting the art of stunning Wedding Day Make up for over 7 years and completed over 700 bridal make ups. Kelly will make you feel at ease by listening to you and also putting her own professional expertise into creating the look you want.
Triggolls Vintage Wedding Cars: Providing chauffeur-driven vintage cars for hire. Triggolls Vintage Cars are genuine restored originals that are beautifully presented and lovingly maintained. They are ideal for transport to special events such as weddings.
Flowers by Thea: Thea is a long-term friend of Clifton Hotels and will provide the passion and dedication to your wedding day by giving you the flower arrangements you have always dreamed of.
Amy Charlene Designs: Amy Charlene Designs offer a range of unique, personalised and handmade wedding invitations and coordinating stationery, all available in various colour combinations. Everything is hand crafted to order, so if you can’t find something on my website that is perfect for you, I also offer a free bespoke design service.
Frances Taylor Photography: With now over fourteen years of experience photographing weddings, Frances can guarantee you wedding pictures that will reflect the spirit, atmosphere and personality of your day. She specialises in contemporary, documentary photography as well as providing high quality natural formal photographs. Her unobtrusive style means she won't take up much of your time, leaving you free to enjoy yourselves while she captures your day in a natural creative way.
Posted on:: 17 October 2011 | Posted by:: Becky