TIE THE KNOT DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate Majestic Hotel & Spa

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A venue fitting for your love story, the DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate Majestic Hotel & Spa. Set within 8 acres of expansive grounds and gardens that overlook the beautiful spa town of Harrogate. The hotel first opened its doors in 1900 and the impressive Victorian property, styled by its architects with all the qualities of a stately home, was restored to its former glory with a £15m refurbishment in 2019 providing a picturesque setting inside and out for the photographs and memories that will last you a lifetime.

“So far as Harrogate is concerned, only one address is held to be the best address in town, and that is the Hotel Majestic” – “Hotel Majestic” by Malcolm Neesam



Each of our event suites boast their own fascinating history and unique character, with period features exuding elegance from ornate Venetian chandeliers to striking antique fireplaces set amidst contemporary, neutral décor which can be customised to make your Wedding dreams come to life.

Whether you’re looking for an intimate venue or an extravagant celebration, we have the perfect backdrop for hosting up to 400 for a civil ceremony, wedding breakfast or evening reception with the option to use multiple rooms to suit your numbers accordingly.



The hotel is also home to 184 unique guest rooms, the gorgeous Carters Champagne Bar & Grill, Frederick's Piano Lounge & Terrace and The Harrogate Spa & Gym making it a wedding venue that is sure to impress.

From booking the date to the big day itself, our Wedding Coordinator will be alongside you throughout the planning process working closely with you to create floor plans, choose your menus and bring your dream wedding to life whilst making sure the day itself happens without a hitch, leaving you to relax and enjoy!


" The Majestic team were absolutely brilliant and our whole day ran like clockwork. The food was fantastic - and we had lots of compliments and emails from our guests saying how much they had enjoyed the meal and atmosphere of the building. "