London Wedding Venues
Whatever your ideas or budget there are some fabulous wedding venues in London. With such a vibrant city come quirky clubs, stately hotels and secret seclusion. Have a look at some of the venues that have tickled our fancy...
Wilton's is the world's oldest surviving Grand Music Hall and London's best kept secret. Can hold up to 90 people, with a wonderful old piano!
With the Nelson Banqueting Rooms overlooking the Thames and the Admirals Gallery bar, all just next door to the Naval College in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, you could have up to 200 guests at your soiree!
At Eltham Palace, an ancient bridge crosses the moat and leads to a turning circle in front of the double doors opening into the Art Deco mansion, how romantic! You could have up to 300 guests to celebrate with you!
The Amadeus is adaptable and flexible. With the Upper Hall (holding 180 guests for dining) and its original pipe organ, to the Lower Hall (seating 80) with a brick vaulted ceiling, both halls have excellent acoustics and sound insulation.
Complete with high ceilings, enchanting chandeliers, a grand staircase and stunning fireplaces, Beauberry House gives you a modern feeling without losing its unique elegance. It can be an intimate event with seating for 80.
Built in 1929 and now Grade II listed, Conway Hall is a landmark of London's independent thinking life. The Main Hall retains its period features and is internationally renowned for its excellent acoustics and you could have up to 300 guests.
An elegant venue for any sized wedding with seven beautiful areas licensed for civil marriage and civil partnership ceremonies including the stunning main foyer.
With a wedding licence allowing The Brewery to host ceremonies and receptions on-site in beautiful surroundings, they have held civil ceremonies and civil partnerships, and have hosted culturally diverse weddings from the Asian, Jewish and Greek communities. Can hold 40 – 650 guests!
The contemporary setting of the Design Museum Space can accommodate up to 100 guests for a civil ceremony, with its floor to ceiling glass windows and expansive balcony area offering spectacular views of the City of London and Canary Wharf. You could invite up to 500 guests for your reception!
The majestic and romantic setting at Gibson Hall offers the perfect venue for your wedding day. From the grandeur of the Main Hall, to the peacefulness of our courtyard garden, Gibson Hall can accommodate ceremonies and weddings of many styles and sizes.
Fancy something a little nautical? With 4 separate event areas situated over 3 decks, this is an all year round venue with a full wedding and civil ceremony licence. Boasting a 3am events licence it can accommodate parties of all sizes from 15 to 250 guests!
A former hotel, the grand staterooms combined with cutting-edge technology make this the perfect venue for up to 1,000 guests to be entertained in style.
For weddings up to 180 guests, our lovingly restored Ballroom forms the perfect backdrop for your wedding breakfast. For more intimate gatherings, Corinthia London can provide you with a range of options to suit your needs.
With a license for civil wedding ceremonies and offering a wide range of spaces to cater for any amount of guests, Alexandra Palace offers the flexibility to have your full day or just the reception in this iconic London landmark.
Lauderdale House is a great place for a city chic wedding - totally accessible but a million miles away from the hubbub of London. They're licensed to host civil ceremonies – including civil partnerships and guests can dine in style.
Burgh House is a beautiful 18th century home hidden amongst the cobbled streets of one of London's loveliest villages. Just steps from the breath-taking views of Hampstead Heath, it feels a world away from the bustling city beyond.
The East Wintergarden is a stunning venue in the heart of Canary Wharf. The spectacular glass covered atrium, is a unique space boasting a light and elegant atmosphere perfect for a very special event! Areas can hold from 40 – 600 guests.
The Decorium began its life in 1895 with an idea to provide a public swimming pool for the local community. It is a neo-classically designed complex inspired by Roman architecture, highlighting traditional Regency style with its impressive columns.
A stunning building, Ealing Town Hall can accommodate a wide range of venue requirements from 10 people to a wedding for 200. All rooms, excluding the Committee Rooms, are licenced for civil wedding/partnership ceremonies.
Marble Hill House was built in the 1720s for Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk and mistress of George II and became one of the most fashionable residences of the period, where artists, authors, poets and politicians of the day frequently gathered. Can accommodate between 20-60 guests.
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