Luxury Wedding Venues
In Central London...
We're so excited to welcome the Criterion to the site. The name alone conjures up visions of a glorious past, for this historic venue was where Sir Conan Doyle first imagined the meeting between Dr Watson and the enigmatic Sherlock Holmes. It was where the Suffragettes gathered to mount their revolution, and where Sir Winston Churchill and David Lloyd George thrashed out their views. If you want to be part of such illustrious history and get married in the opulence of the neo-Byzantine architecture - gold and marble shimmering alongside the mosiacs, mirrors and plaques, then the Criterion should be top of your list. They are fully licensed for civil marriages and partnerships and can seat up to a 150 for lunch or dinner, or up to 250 for a canape reception.
If luxury is what you are aiming for then another fantastic option is the Great Connaught Rooms. If you fancy more palatial surroundings the iconic Grand Hall can hold up to 550 guests - it is one of London's largest and most impressive halls - but if you have slightly fewer friends and family than that the venue offers three other different spaces, all with the same opulent feel. As we head into Winter and the colder weather, these luxury venues hold real appeal - who wants to freeze in a marquee! It goes without saying that both these venues offer a dedicated weddings team to help you create a bespoke and tailored wedding to suit your requirements and budget (we use the term 'budget' in a relative way, of course!).