Looking for a contemporary, tasteful city wedding venue? Let Hotel La Tour create the day of your dreams. The ideal location for an modern couple seeking a chic, truly romantic city wedding or civil partnership, Hotel LaTour are dedicated to bringing any Big Day fantasy to life, with the touch of luxury and quality that they specialise in.


Perfectly situated in the heart of Birmingham, and within easy walking distance from both New Street and Moor Street stations, gathering guests to witness the union will be stress-free. For those wanting to stay overnight, Hotel La Tour boasts a variety of bedrooms, ranging from the classic City Room to the well-appointed Suites that all boast walk in rain showers and touch screen temperature controls, the bedrooms effortlessly compliments the unique city hotel. The offering for guests extends beyond just the bedrooms and services, with a huge buffet style breakfast, similar to those most often found in American hotels.

The bridal couple themselves are treated to overnight use of one of the breath-taking suites as part of the generous packages on offer. Amongst Hotel La Tour’s numerous locations for capturing those special memories is the spectacular outdoor terrace. Alternatively, City Park directly opposite creates a picturesque backdrop, and Hotel La Tour will serve drinks to guests while the photography is taking place.

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For the day itself, Hotel La Tour hosts civil ceremonies for up to 100 guests, and evening receptions for up to 200. After the ceremony has been conducted in the sumptuous Auden Rooms, large-scale celebrations find a home in one of the Hotel’s spectacular banquet rooms, whilst intimate affair of up to 22 are invited to dine with the happy couple in the stylish Marco Pierre White Mr White’s English Chophouse.

As Birmingham’s top rated full service hotel on Tripadvisor, the team at Hotel La Tour prides itself on matchless service. Hotel La Tour is the only choice for an avant-garde and lavish city wedding that will be remembered for years to come…


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