If you’re dreaming of hosting a lavish celebration with all of your friends and family in Surrey, look no further than Croydon Park Hotel. This elegant wedding venue can host up to 200 guests, making it the largest in the area.
The magnificent Centennial Suite is suitable for all kinds of weddings and receptions and seats up to 200 people. The space can also be divided into three sections for a more intimate feel and to fit with your requirements. The space boasts a large foyer area complete with private bar, allowing privacy for photographs and an area for arrival drinks to be served.
If you’re looking to host a slightly smaller affair, The Johnson and Lindbergh Suites are the perfect alternatives to the Centennial. The rooms can be used individually or there is the option to use the connecting door. Both suites are flooded with natural light and also offer a private bar and dance floor. The maximum capacity for these suites is 40 guests.
Croydon Park Hotel prides itself on its unique catering offering and eclectic choice of menus. The hotel offers everything from classic favourites or traditional British dishes with a modern twist, through to ethnic options such as Asian, African and Caribbean. Menus can be served buffet or restaurant style, depending on your preference and evening finger and bowl food will also be available.
Croydon Park Hotel offer bespoke wedding packages, ensuring you enjoy a unique and personal day. For those unsure where to start first, the hotel also offers fully inclusive wedding packages allowing you to simply sit back and let them take care of your perfect wedding day. Packages start from just £2,999 for up to 70 guests.
The venue is situated just a three-minute walk from East Croydon train station, plus there are 90 onsite car parking spaces, making it easily accessible for guests. Guests are also welcome to stay the night, enjoying a special wedding guest rate, with full access to the leisure facilities.
If Croydon Park Hotel sounds like the perfect venue for you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team.