This weekend we travelled to North Yorkshire to spend a day at the lovely Majestic Hotel in Harrogate. In fact we drove up from The Cotswolds the night before and stayed over at the hotel, which in itself was very pleasing. This meant it was easy to set up for the open day after breakfast.
Being an open day the hotel was set up for a wedding with the idea being to showcase the various rooms and options available to the couples. We were set up in the Reading Room so we could play as the couples looked around the venue.
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.
JAM Duo at The Majestic Hotel
We absolutely loved the Majestic Hotel in Harrogate. It has a timeless elegance which hits you immediately you walk through the doors.
Starting at 10am we provided background music as couples were shown around the venue. Strictly speaking this wasn’t a wedding fair so we tried to be fairly inconspicuous. However, the hotel had given us the opportunity to put out some flyers and one of our banners. We find the best way to promote our services is simply to demonstrate by playing as people walk past!
During the course of the day we played for around 30 couples and generated quite a lot of interest in our Duo. We performed a wide selection of our repertoire to include classical, jazz and popular covers which is the core of our music for weddings.
Whether you’re looking for an intimate venue or an extravagant celebration, The Majestic Hotel has 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.