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The Art of an Urban Wedding at the Grand Bohemian Hotel

Like a fine piece of artwork, your big day is a masterpiece requiring a special attention to detail and composition.

Providing a unique and sophisticated destination for your wedding, the Grand Bohemian Hotel houses a collection of more than 150 rare works of art and is located just steps from downtown cultural attractions.

At the Grand Bohemian, your wedding planners are the artists and you are the muse, so sit back and relax as the details of your masterpiece wedding unfold before you.

Poolside Ceremony

You won’t just walk down the isle, you’ll walk down the red carpet. Imagine a lavish white tent framed by white fabric and a grand chandelier or a large drum pendant lighting hanging from the tent that lights up the night sky. The downtown Orlando skyline provides the perfect urban backdrop as you recite your vows. Which couple wouldn’t want that?

View a slideshow of the Grand Bohemian Hotel

Lavish Reception

Enjoy a banquet fit for royalty. The 2,500 square-foot ballroom features intricate onyx chandeliers, gold-plated ceilings and a spacious location for your reception. The staff will orchestrate a well-planned event, catering to your every whim and desire. You’ll even have a tuxedo attired hotel maître d’ at your personal disposal.

Indulge at the Spa

Soothe your senses with a customized spa treatment at Poseidon Spa. Indulge in a body treatment from the Jewels of the Sea Collection or a signature Kessler heated shell massage.

Enjoy a Jazz Brunch

Invite your guests to dine in the stylish Bösendorfer Lounge at The Boheme Restaurant. Enjoy live jazz music at The Boheme’s Sunday Jazz Brunch.

Love the Arts

Visit the Grand Bohemian Gallery, which boasts more than 75 works of art by local, regional and international artists.

Check out the other cultural attractions nearby:

If You Go: The Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando is located at 325 S. Orange Avenue in Orlando. Call (800) 627-7468 or visit grandbohemianhotel.com for more information.

This story was originally published on VisitFlorida.com.

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