• V E N U E

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    The Hive Hall

    An elevated indoor air-conditioned venue that can hold up to 300 guests (150 pax maximum during MGCQ - new normal set up). This hall is surrounded by glass walls that gives you that classy and modern feel matching the lighted staircase for that grand entrance. A perfect venue for any occasion.

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    The Hive Garden

    A perfectly romantic space for that intimate wedding ceremony or cocktail event with the feel of nature, without the worries of rain. This venue can accommodate a maximum of 100 guests (50 pax maximum during MGCW - new normal set up).

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    An outdoor area that you can use for pictorials or even fireworks display during your celebration! This is a newly added area at the Garden Hive.

  • C H U R C H E S

    Celebrate your Union with Him!

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    Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

    If you want an outdoor-themed wedding, the Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Antipolo, Rizal would be perfect. Located near Hinulugang Taktak, the church’s unique architecture was designed by Architect Dom Galicia and has a sprawling, peaceful Rosary Garden.


    This church was made popular by the movie A Second Chance, a romantic drama film starring John Lloyd Cruz (Popoy) and Bea Alonzo (Basha).

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    The Transfiguration of Christ Parish

    The Transfiguration of Christ Parish (called the Piazza Della Trasfigurazione) is a relatively new parish in the Diocese of Antipolo. The parish church is located along M.L. Quezon Street Extension, Brgy San Roque, only about 5 minutes away from The Garden Hive Events Place.


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    Antipolo Cathedral

    For those who see getting married as a great journey together, the Antipolo Cathedral is a well-known Roman Catholic cathedral in Antipolo City. This church has a shrine to the Marian image of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage, and is also the seat of the Bishop of Antipolo. The first church had been built in 1632 but was destroyed in 1945 during the Allied bombardment. It was rebuilt in 1954 even as the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines declared it as the National Shrine to Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage. It became a cathedral on 1983 as the Diocese of Antipolo.


  • A C C O M M O D A T I O N

    Sit back and relax. We also have rooms available for your own convenience.