Ideally situated in Athlone Town, in the heart of the midlands is The Prince of Wales Hotel. This stunning wedding venue offers luxury and class on your special day.
As soon as you enter The Prince of Wales Hotel, you will encounter modern luxury with contemporary furnishings. A guaranteed warm hospitality is extended to each and every one of our guests; a perfect place to make a grand entrance. Here you will be greeted by a drinks reception on arrival, or your guests can enjoy the complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits while they sit back and take in the friendly atmosphere.
Licensed for civil ceremonies, The Prince of Wales Hotel offers the Parnell Suite for wedding services which can accommodate up to 80 guests. With a traditional red carpet aisle walkway and alter, this is a truly romantic and stylish setting for your vows.
Following on from the ‘I dos’ you and your guests can enjoy a drinks reception in The Prince Bar and Kitchen while the staff at The Prince of Wales transform the Parnell Suite into the perfect space for your wedding breakfast.
When you want the very best for your special day, The Prince of Wales can deliver the wedding of your dreams. With expert staff to assist you with your plans every step of the way and all the extras you would expect to add a true touch of class, we can accommodate your ceremony and reception requirements.
Our experienced wedding planner and highly trained and professional team are available to help you plan the most magical and memorable day of your lives. Remember we cater for just one wedding per day so you will be assured of our best attention at all times. Choose The Prince of Wales Hotel, you won't be disappointed!
- Vibrant Athlone town location
- Modern and luxurious furnishings
- Offers wedding ceremonies with up to 80 guests with red carpet aisle and alter
- Drinks and food packages available including a 5-course wedding breakfast and evening food
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