For most people, their wedding will be one of the biggest and most important days of their lives. Understandably, this means that choosing the right venue to host the event is crucial, as it forms the basis of many of the other decisions that must be made, such as décor, etc. With that in mind, here is a breakdown of some of Central London’s very best options.
RIBA Venues is a widely adaptable venue that can make the perfect backdrop for many different event types, no less so a wedding. The three roof terraces mean that if you strike lucky with good weather, you can take the celebration into the open air, soaking up the wonderful panoramic views over London. Even inside, the huge floor to ceiling windows, which form a striking feature in their own right, will flood the space with ample natural light. The grand interior with high quality, modern décor lends itself to a decadent and memorable day for up to 400 guests, and once again there are plenty of choices when it comes to local transport links.
Century is discreetly tucked away on Shaftesbury Avenue in the heart of the popular Soho area, but this does not mean it should be overlooked, as this unique and quirky event space would make an excellent choice for those of you looking for something out with the norm for your wedding venue. Split across a total of five floors in all, each room at Century has its own distinct feel, with eye-catching features throughout that are sure to please your guests. It’s a private member’s club, meaning you get that exclusive feel, while particular highlights include the cocktail lounge, restaurant and the stylish rooftop terrace – Soho’s largest, in fact.
Conway Hall is a Grade II listed independent venue that was originally built in 1929, meaning you could host your wedding in a little slice of London’s history. It has been utilised for many different event types, becoming renowned worldwide for the excellent acoustics. This makes it a particularly good choice for those who would like to have live music performers at the reception. You can have up to 400 guests at Conway Hall, who can spread themselves across the floor and balcony seating in the Main Hall. Regardless of where you sit however, you are sure to be charmed by the period features, which have been tastefully and respectfully retained.