Tudor Arms Wedding

Bride and Groom laugh on wedding day at Tudor Arms Wedding Venue

Tudor Arms Wedding

Nestled in vibrant East Cleveland, Tudor Arms is a unique option for a historic wedding venue with all the grandeur and elegance you can want in a wedding venue. From the moment you step through its doors, you’re transported to a world where history and romance seamlessly converge. The venue’s Tudor-style architecture adorned with captivating details sets the stage for a truly majestic celebration.

When I first spoke with O she shared how deeply she loved a classic style. As soon as she saw Tudor Arms, she knew that old world classic venue was the place to bring her vision of her custom gown with long stem roses to life.

The Tudor Arms Hotel is a 12-story Gothic Revival structure. It has a variety of event spaces that combine original architecture and modern amenities. The hotel has two ballrooms, the Crystal Ballroom and the two-story Tudor Ballroom. The ballrooms are connected by a large pre-function area. The building itself is on the National Historic Register and was built between 1926 and 1930. Although it’s now owned by the DoubleTree by Hilton, the building has had a number of names and owners in the past. Starting out as The Cleveland Club Building and hosting everyone from celebs to mobsters. It has had a significant number of uses and restorations over the years.

It’s played host to the likes of Lawrence Welk, Patrice Wymore, Duke Ellington, and Louis Armstrong for their performances. It even caused a bit of ruckus back in the 1960s when the residents thought the building (and its visitors) were not the best fit for the neighborhood.

Today the building hosts the perfect blend of old-world charm with modern touches and amenities. It creates the perfect canvas for couples seeking a wedding that exudes romance.

Black and white photos of details of Tudor Arms Wedding Venue Classic bride getting ready photos at Tudor Arms Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio Bride holds red roses with groom at Tudor Arms Wedding in Cleveland

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