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Are you getting married in the Bristol Hotel?

The Bristol hotel has long been a very popular wedding venue. The hotel has some tremendous Waterford Crystal chandeliers with some excellent furnished rooms. "The Bristol" has room that a lit by natural light that prove to make some spectacular wedding photographs. Click here to find out all the specific details about getting married in a hotel of this nature. You can even make an enquiry to see if the hotel is free on the date that you are thinking of getting married. You can also investigate all the different food option menus for your big day. The Bristol Hotel is renowned for the best fresh foods with artisan ingredients so will not disappoint when you want the food to be great on your wedding day.

Wedding Venue Bristol

Getting married in the Doyle Collection of Hotels?

The Doyle collection of hotels have always proved to be massive hits in the wedding industry. And this particular hotel, based near the Bristol Harbour will not fail to impress. There are great transport links to the hotel as it is set in the heart of Bristol. Wedding guests and the important wedding party will find it easy to locate the hotel so there will be no last minute delays.

The Bristol Hotel

Choosing a band to play at your wedding in the Bristol Hotel?

Brother Ray Party Band are the first option you should consider in providing entertainment for your wedding day in Bristol. They have played in Bristol for weddings many times, and the testimonials on their website prove that they one of the best wedding bands in the UK. They have a huge setlist of disco, soul, funk and pop songs and you can discuss when booking with their manager all the different packages that are available for you. You can book a vocalist or saxophonist for the ceremony or a trio of musicians to entertain during a drinks reception or wedding breakfast. The full band for the evening entertainment comprise of some of the best musicians in the industry. Click here for more information...

Wedding Bristol Harbour
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