Looking for venues to host classic international weddings? Well then check out our list of international venues that assure a lavish fairytale arrangement of your dream wedding.
Al Bustan Palace – A Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Sultanate of Oman
A mere 20 minutes drive from the city of Muscat leads you to the expansive Al Bustan Palace situated in the Sultanate of Oman. Constructed in 1985, the Al Bustan Palace today is a landmark destination for elite weddings. A majestic 38-metre-high domed atrium lobby draws its inspirations from Arab and art deco influences. Al Bustan Palace is a five-star resort having the largest ballroom in Oman adorned with well trimmed gardens for outdoor rituals and ceremonies with a backdrop of the Al Hajar Mountains and dazzling blue Sea of Oman.
The hotel possesses 198 rooms and 25 luxury suites.
Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
Emirates Palace is one of the priciest hotels ever built. The hotel is a seven-star property in Abu Dhabi. It has influences of the traditional Arabian design elements that include a grand dome and 114 smaller domes. With extravagant furnishings, palatial interiors and a stunning view of the Indian Ocean, the hotel extends over a million acres.
The hotel has 302 deluxe luxury rooms, 92 suites, and trimmed gardens, the region’s largest ballroom with a capacity for 2,500 guests.
San Clemente Palace Kempinski Venice, Italy
San Clemente Palace is located on the private 17-acre island of San Clemente dating back to 1131. Its Renaissance-style buildings, reinstated gardens make this hotel a perfect wedding destination. With its expansive gardens, the hotel is ideal for couples who want a grand seaside wedding.
Çıragan Palace Kempinski, Istanbul, Turkey
The opulence of the ex-Ottoman Empire is clear at the striking Ciragan Palace in the Turkish capital of Istanbul. Dating back to 1867, restored in 2007, this luxury hotel is located on the European shore of the Bosphorus.
Belvedere Palace, Vienna, Austria
This historic and majestic building complex comprises two Baroque palaces, ornamental fountains, splendid wrought iron gates and huge gardens. The palace houses some of the most noteworthy collections of Austrian art, built in the early 18th century; it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
II Borro, Tuscany, Italy
The II Borro in Italy is a 700-acre estate, in the picturesque Tuscany region. Offering a unique and spectacular space for luxurious Indian weddings, the II Borro is a manor is owned by the Ferragamo family and displays its own medieval village, 19th-century villa and rustic farms. Enclosed within the beautiful Chianti hills and Apennine Mountains, the bliss in Tuscany offers multitude of options for rooms including luxury suites, villas and farmhouses.
Palace of Versailles, France
Palace of Versailles is a royal château in Versailles which is listed as a World Heritage Site for 30 years. It is situated in the Île-de-France region of France. Built by Louis XIII in 1623 as a key hunting lodge at first, it was lengthened into a royal palace by Louis XIV. With gardens, convoluted interiors and an unmatched compilation of art and statues, Palace of Versailles continues to be a top draw for tourists.
For centuries, Edinburgh Castle floated majestically atop Castle Rock. This landmark may be the most remarkable setting to tie the knot. The oldest building in Edinburgh, St Margaret’s Chapel is flawless for an intimate ceremony. There are several larger venues too, each with sweeping landscape right outside. The Queen Anne building can host up to 170 people and is a grand setting, right in the heart of the palace grounds and perfect for a majestic feast.
With its striking buildings and splendid gardens, Stirling Castle has a history of royal celebrations. One of Scotland’s most eye-catching stone castles, the structures have been added to and larger-than-life over the centuries. The Royal Palace, childhood home of Mary Queen of Scots, was of late re-established to its Renaissance glory. Stirling Castle is available for your exclusive use outside of visitor hours. Pick from a number of locations and venues to suit each of your ceremonies.
Castell de Sant Marcal
Historians say the Sant Marçal or Cerdanyola Castle was built during the first third of the 11th century and has been possessed by the same family for 700 years. The castle is known for its old world charm, spectacular facet and beautiful grounds. The landscaped gardens of the Castell de Sant Marcal lend themselves to a great variety of staging, making each function of your wedding unique and exquisite.