Fifteen Ninety Nine

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£2600 for venue hire
Up to 100
On-site
Exclusive Use
Wedding license
Fifteen Ninety Nine is a slice of Victorian elegance hidden in the heart of the city.
Features & Capacity
Overview
Venue Type
City Hotel / Venue
Guests
100
Reception Capacity
150
Late Night Extension Available
Yes
Venue
Bridal Changing Facilities
City view
Disabled Access
Exclusive Use
In-house Wedding Coordinator
Ceremony and Reception
Dancefloor Available
Sound System Available
Wedding License
Food and Drink
Alcohol License
Corkage Charge for Own Alcohol
In-house Catering
In-house Wine List
Pricing & Costs
Venue Hire Only
  • Prices start at
  • £2600
Packages
  • Minimum Price Per Head
  • £43
  • Maximum Price Per Head
  • £79
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Full Description
  • We offer a collection of unique rooms and function suites for your special day. Immersed in regal history, each individually styled room offers a variety of choices for your wedding. Experience the enthralling character and timeless charm our incredible building offers. With years of experience in hosting events, you can be assured that you will receive unrivalled service. You will be granted exclusive access to our building for your wedding. We have a selection of rooms which accommodate up to 100 people for a ceremony and wedding breakfast, and up to 150 for an evening reception. With our licence to hold civil ceremonies, we can provide a complete wedding package in the most beautiful settings for you to exchange your vows. The Princess Alexandra Room exudes elegance and beauty, with traditional period features and an added touch of glamour with its original chandeliers. The room is named after Her Royal Highness, Princess Alexandra, who became the College's first Royal Honorary Fellow in 1959. Her portrait hangs proudly in the room. The College Hall is the largest suite and is one of the grandest. Offering a unique and unforgettable experience for a city centre locations, original features include John James Burnet stained glass windows, Victorian fireplaces, a sweeping mahogany staircase and spectacular chandeliers. It was purpose built in 1892 as a venue for formal events and college ceremonies. Finally, The Lower Library is a striking room, rich in history and traditional features. The shelves currently hold books and artefacts dated back to late 19th and early 20th century. Our beautiful selection of rooms provide an idyllic setting that can be tailored to give you the day that you always wanted.
  • Experience
    Public Liability Insurance
    Yes
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Location & Contact Details
  • Directions
    • Address
    • 232-242 Saint Vincent Street, Glasgow, Glasgow City, G2 5RJ, Scotland
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