Apex City Quay Hotel & Spa :-
Licensed for Civil Ceremonies
Venue type - Hotel
Number of function rooms available for weddings: 4
Function room names and capacities: City Quay Suite - ceremony 375 wedding breakfast 260 evening reception 260 Quay Suite - ceremony 200 wedding breakfast 160 evening reception 160 City Suite - ceremony 175 wedding breakfast 160 evening reception 160 Art Gallery - ceremony 100 wedding breakfast 80 evening reception 100
Guests rooms available: 152 Honeymoon suite available: Yes Garden suitable for marquees: No Choice of wedding breakfast menus - Yes Alcohol License - Yes Toastmaster Available - Yes Entertainment Available - Yes Dedicated wedding planner available - Yes Licensed for Civil Ceremonies - Yes Dance Floor - Yes Evening Reception Facilities - Yes Car Parking Facilities - Yes Ideal Honeymoon Venue: Ideal Honeymoon Venue
Tables chairs linens and tableware included: Tables chairs linens and tableware included
Entertainment is available: Musicians, Band, Disco - available for an additional fee
Wedding services provided: Included in the Apex Wedding Package, you can look forward to:
Red carpet for your arrival A glass of Champagne for the Bride and Groom on arrival Complimentary nibbles for your guests during the drinks reception The services of a Wedding Host to guide you through your special day Complimentary overnight accommodation in a deluxe room for the Bride and Groom on your wedding night. Special accommodation rates for your guests to enjoy Wedding cake stand and knife Personalised menus and place cards Personalised mounted table plans Complimentary floral arrangement for the top table A complimentary taster meal for two people before the wedding, to make sure your menu is perfect. Gardens or outside locations suitable for wedding photography: Hotel over-looks City Quay waterfront with views of the Tay Bridge.
Suitable locations inside the venue for wedding photography: Function rooms and Metro Brasserie Area
Local picturesque areas suitable for wedding photography: City Quay waterfront
Wedding Trivia: CAKE In the 1st century B.C. in Rome, the cake was thrown at the bride or broken over her head as one of the many fertility symbols which then were a part of the marriage ceremony. Cutting the wedding cake together, still a predominant ritual at weddings, symbolizes the couple's unity, their shared future, and their life together as one. The three tiered cake is believed to have been inspired by the spire of Saint Bride's Church in London, England.