Royal Cambridge Hotel: Weddings
Royal Cambridge Hotel offers beautiful suites within peaceful and traditional surroundings for you to enjoy your wedding day. The hotel is equipped and delighted to arrange all your requirments for the day, from the civil ceremony to wedding breakfast and evening reception and can offer special overnight accommodation rates for those of your guests travelling from afar.
However, large or intimate the guest list, Royal Cambridge Hotel have the team and facilities to cater for your every need and the quality of service essential to make your special day the most memorable of your life.
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