Rutland Square Wedding Open Days 2012


The Rutland Square Hotel has announced its first set of Wedding Open Days for 2012. These dates are as follows:

  • Saturday 14th January 2012, 11am – 3pm
  • Saturday 18th February 2012, 11am – 3pm
  • Saturday 10th March 2012, 11am – 3pm
  • Thursday 19th April 2012, 5pm – 9pm
  • Thursday 17th May 2012, 5pm – 9pm
  • Saturday 9th June 2012, 11am – 3pm


Set in Nottingham city centre only a stone’s throw from Nottingham Castle, the hotel has great facilities overlooking the castle grounds in its conference centre directly opposite the hotel.

The two main suites, the Rutland Suite and Castle Suite, can both hold up to 100 people in cabaret style, making it the perfect place for a wedding reception and dinner.

The hotel itself has 87 bedrooms too including singles, doubles, twins and family rooms. With ample car parking adjacent to the hotel at St James’s Street car park, you’ll have all the facilities available to host a wedding reception with plenty of space for overnight visitors and guests.

The bride and groom can also benefit from staying over in the Honeymoon Suite on the very top floor of the hotel, which commands great views of the city. The hotel is also a converted Victorian warehouse and demonstrates good period features making it an atmospheric venue for your big day.

On the Wedding Open Days, you’ll get the chance to see the hotel decked out ready for a wedding reception and get the chance to meet with the designated wedding coordinator. There’s a complimentary glass of sparkling wine on arrival for you to enjoy while you take on the surroundings and talk to the staff about your plans.

As these are Open Days there’s no need to pre book, just head to the hotel which is located just behind Maid Marian Way in Nottingham city centre. For the Wedding Open Days brochure you can download the PDF here.

Should you want to speak to someone beforehand, please call the hotel directly on 0115 941 1114 or email

Posted on 14 October 2011
Featured author: Dale Web Marketing Officer

A Mansfield lad who likes reading, running and red wine.

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