Weddings at the Clayton Hotel Limerick

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Weddings at the Clayton Hotel Limerick capture romance with views of a sunset through the glass walled ballroom at Ireland’s tallest hotel.

Clarion Hotel Limerick (1)

The 4* Clayton Hotel Limerick is famous for its exclusive 16th floor penthouse suite which the couple receive complimentary for the wedding night with a Champagne breakfast in bed, as close to heaven as can be.

Clarion Hotel Limerick (1)

The hotel’s dedicated staff work with you to ensure  special wedding day is a unique celebration and one which will be remembered by you both and your nearest and dearest long into the future. The hotel is an approved civil ceremony venue meaning it is licensed to hold marriage ceremonies and couples can choose to celebrate their whole day under the one roof.

Pegasus Event

There are two beautifully appointed suites to choose from, both of which have floor to ceiling windows flooding the room with natural daylight overlooking the River Shannon.

Both suites lend themselves beautifully to an intimate gathering, a civil or humanistic ceremony or a more traditional day coupled with long established standards of excellent service and attention to details makes the Clayton the perfect venue for your wedding event.

The Aquila Suite can cater for up to 40 guests and the Pegasus Suite with its own private bar can cater for up to 170 guests, with both suites having a heated balcony overlooking the lights of Limerick City and the River Shannon by night.

The luxurious hotel offers all inclusive wedding packages starting at €35 per person.

For more information or a wedding pack please visit  or to make an appointment to view the facilities please contact the wedding coordinator on 061 444 105.

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