An LGBTQ Wedding Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh Queensferry Crossing


There aren’t many wedding venues that can command views over the River Forth like the DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh Queensferry Crossing does.  Okay, so the name might be a little bit of a mouthful but you’ll be open-mouthed when you take a peek at this gorgeous hotel. 

If you’re looking for a wedding venue in Edinburgh, then this could easily be THE ONE.  With space for up to 140 guests at the wedding breakfast and up to 150 in the evening, This hotel allows you and your guests to celebrate in style.

The backdrop to your wedding photography will be absolutely stunning as the hotel commands excellent views of the River Forth and three bridges. 

We’d certainly encourage you to download the hotel’s wedding brochure as it not only contains all the pertinent information you might need but it also shows one of the superb views from the hotel: a view that you and your guest could enjoy throughout the day. 




The building has also benefitted from recent renovations.

All packages include a red carpet arrival, menu tasting, a complimentary stay for the bride and groom on the evening, personal seating cards and menus, the use of a cake stand and knife,  white chair covers and ties,  centrepieces, dancefloor space,  deluxe room for a bride (or one of the grooms) to change in and preferential rooms rates for members of the wedding party as well as early check-in and check-out for the happy couple.

There is a choice of food and drinks packages: something for all budgets and tastes. 







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