Wedding dates are filling up fast for 2021-23 over at Mercure Tunbridge Wells, and one of its couples’ main concerns is: what if our wedding is affected by Covid-19? It’s a question you’ll no doubt have on your lips too, so be sure to check with your own venue. We asked Sophie Brunger, events manager at Mercure Tunbridge Wells, about their policy.
Sophie says, “Couples who make a new wedding booking with us for 2021 or 2022 will be able to change their date once, at no extra charge. Plus, any payment they’ve made towards their wedding will be moved over to the new date, meaning they won’t lose out on any money already paid. What’s more, any bedrooms booked for the newlyweds and their guests will also be moved over.”*
Having stayed open throughout the pandemic to accommodate and assist keyworkers, the team are adept at keeping guests safe and have received certification from VisitEngland and the AA confirming that required standards are met. The venue is also part of the Accor Hotels ALLSAFE programme, which holds it to standards above local and international hygiene requirements.
Find out more at www.mercuretunbridgewells.co.uk/weddings-in-tunbridge-wells/wedding-faqs-new-bookings/.
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