On 23rd September 2017, The Marker is hosting its wedding showcase to reveal itself as Dublin’s newest and most exciting five-star wedding venue, in the heart of the city, and to celebrate, they have given us an overnight stay for two in a luxury suite, complete with dinner in their award-winning Brasserie.

If you're planning a city wedding, the Marker Hotel's wedding showcase should be a must see on your list. From small, intimate gatherings of 16 of your nearest and dearest, to lavish affairs for up to 240 guests, take a walk through the one of a kind, modern wedding spaces at The Marker Hotel to find a space in the venue that suits you.

Viewings for The Showcase are by appointment only, and will allow you to meet privately with The Marker’s expert Wedding Coordinator to talk through your day in full. With a glass of bubbles in hand, you will be guided to the presidential suite which is offered complimentary to all wedding couples. Explore the fully dressed ceremony and wedding spaces, including the largest wedding space – The Marker Suite. Experience a taste of The Marker with canapés on the stunning Rooftop before meeting the Executive Head Chef Gareth Mullins who will talk through the food philosophy and wedding menus.

Couples that fall in love at first sight and decide to book their wedding within a month of The Showcase, will receive a complimentary upgrade from the Flame package, worth €130 per head to the Passion package, worth €180 per head.

Viewings at The Showcase are from 10am – 5pm by appointment only and spaces are limited. Book your appointment at [email protected] or call 01-6875132 for further information.

To be in with the chance of winning the overnight stay for two people in a luxury suite at The Marker Hotel with dinner in their award winning Brasserie included, all you have to do is:

 

1. Like Confetti Magazine on Facebook!

 

 

2. Comment on our Facebook post tagging your other half or whoever you'd bring along for the stay!

 

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