Originally built in 1864 as a seaside getaway for fashionable Londoners, The Grand is easily Brighton’s most famous hotel. Its beautiful Victorian architecture, interiors and enviable sea views make it a sought after wedding venue that’s literally a stone’s throw away from Brighton beach.
Step inside The Grand and into a magical world of Victorian elegance where high ceilings meet glass domes and marble interiors contrast against intricate wrought ironwork.
Its team of wedding coordinators is on hand to help you create your dream wedding (large or small) to fit your budget.
“We always want to offer couples a really flexible approach so that you can bring as much personality and creativity to your big day as you like.
Regent Room – lined with wood panels, the Regent Room used to house the hotel’s library. It is ideal for small ceremonies, wedding breakfasts or post ceremony drinks.
Empress Suite – classically designed and adjoined to the sea-facing Pavilion Suite, it can host medium to large weddings and can be styled to complement your colour schemes.
Albert Room – the Albert Room is the hotel’s original ballroom is light; it is spacious with plenty of natural light, chandeliers and elegance.
Albert 2 – with the sea as its backdrop this room is where classic meets contemporary. It can host weddings of up to 100 guests.
Napoleon Room – set up on the first floor and overlooking the sea, it is light, airy, and able to host up to 35 people.
George I – located on the first floor, the George 1 room is filled with natural light, has a sea view, and is suitable for smaller weddings.
Eugenie Room – also located on the first floor, this classically styled, light-filled space has a sea view and can host up to 35 people.
Consort Room – where contemporary meets classic, the Consort Room is a great space for intimate weddings and private dining.
What's more, our in house Wedding Planner is available to offer advice and supplier recommendations to ensure that those big ideas are realised."
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