Historic Glasgow landmark The North Rotunda opens as wedding venue

If you’re looking for a city centre venue with character and history, check out this iconic Glasgow building which can host more than 200 wedding guests and boasts panoramic views of the River Clyde

A wedding reception set up in The North Rotunda
Photo: Carlo Paloni

We might be just a little biased, but Glasgow is hard to beat when it comes to breathtaking wedding venues. Its crown just got that much more difficult to steal, however, thanks to The North Rotunda, which has just opened on the banks of the Clyde. Dating back to 1890 and featuring an expansive, circular space, a whopping 240 guests will be able to take advantage of the private bar, dancefloor and vistas that take in the Clyde and the Finnieston Crane.

“From intimate gatherings to large corporate parties, you’ll find the expertise, technology, innovation, hospitality, and culinary skills you need to distinguish your event and bring people together,” enthuses weddings and events manager Kaitlin Campbell. “The North Rotunda offers customers inspiring spaces that have been designed to deliver bespoke and memorable experiences.” Plus, you can relax safe in the knowledge that there’s a dedicated ‘romance team’ on hand to bring your ideas to life.

A room in The North ROtunda dressed for a wedding reception
Photo: Carlo Paloni

The space is also home to Cranside Kitchen, a multi-faceted dining, drinking, and entertainment venue where you can enjoy delicious food ranging from Italian to Japanese cuisines – the perfect way to round off a visit to the venue, we’d say.

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