Open bars, stunning venues and dancing with old ladies until the early hours of the morning - at Hire Space, we absolutely love weddings but with London possessing so many wonderful options, how do you pick the right place for your special day? James Roche is here to help, bringing you five unique London Wedding Venues.
Cecil Sharp House
Celebrate your wedding at one of London’s most treasured cultural buildings. This beautiful Grade-II listed venue, set on the perimeter of Regent’s Park, is a picturesque and unique spot.
From drinks receptions in the English country style garden, to banqueting and dancing in the wood-clad Kennedy Hall with its eye catching mural, this venue is a versatile, spacious and relaxed option. Their dedicated event managers will help make your wedding everything you imagined it would be.
HMS President 1918
Surrounded by iconic London landmarks and equipped to handle any style of event or conference, the HMS President 1918 really is a floating jewel in the heart of the capital.
Consisting of Ballroom, Gunroom and Quarter Deck, The Upper Deck at HMS President 1918 is a phenomenally stylish and versatile events space. The daylight hours might be getting shorter but that won't stop you enjoying a remarkable sunset view.
While we can't guarantee your relationship will be always smooth sailing, we're certain the journey will begin in style on board the majestic HMS President 1918.
High decorative ceilings, chandeliers and marble fireplaces - an idyllic setting for a truly memorable occasion.
It might be just a few minutes from Oxford Circus but Asia House is definitely in a world of its own. With exquisite, regency-style rooms, a gallery space, studio and even its own library, this is truly a unique and wonderful wedding venue.
Not all of us get the opportunity to set foot inside a Grade-II* listed Georgian Town House in Central London, let alone celebrate a wedding there so hop to it lovebirds - book today!
No. 4 Hamilton Place
Modern comfort and technology meets classical charm and luxury at No. 4 Hamilton Place.
From the well lit, spacious yet intimate Sopwith Room and the grand old Handley Page Room to the stunning roof Terrace and renowned Argyll Room, which featured in the Downton Abbey Christmas Special- the profile photographs paint an impressive picture but nothing beats the real thing.
A unique building with unique spaces, steeped in history, not to mention an extraordinary view over Hyde Park from its terrace, ensures one hell of an unforgettable wedding. If this wasn’t good enough already, they’re offering 20% off room hire for all weddings booked in January!
How good would it be to have your own private country house getaway? If you already have one, then please exclude yourself from the fantasy and perhaps send over a crate of expensive wine while you're at it. For everyone else, why not plan your perfect escape for the day with a wedding at Hedsor House!
No matter what the size of your celebration, Hedsor House offers a truly unique wedding venue with a variety of options available. In addition to a number of smaller spaces, the Ballroom can seat 180 for a wedding reception whilst the grounds are suitable for marquees to hold up to 1500 people and space for over 2000! Wow! It's almost enough for me to get down on one knee....and play air guitar in celebration!
For more information on these or any of our other fantastic spaces, check out our website.