If you are planning a Jewish wedding in London and are in search of the perfect venue, look no further than the following selection.
Specialising as a corporate and conference venue, RIBA Venues has an air of sophistication and professionalism that also allows it to play host to private functions with a classy, elegant flavour, ideal of course for a wedding. There is space for up to 400 guests in the various well-lit rooms, but the real highlight at RIBA is almost without doubt the 3 roof terraces at your disposal, all reachable from the top floor rooms and boasting wonderful panoramic views out across London and its various iconic landmarks. Great Portland Street is the nearest tube station, at just a 4 minute walk away.
The interior at Gilgamesh London is nothing short of stunning – a truly unique offering unlike anything else you are likely to find in the city. The 5 different spaces on offer can be used to accommodate receptions as intimate as 20 or as vast as 500, making this a great choice no matter if you want a small or large scale wedding. In fact, they even have a marriage licence in place, so you can hold the entire ceremony and celebration in one place, maximising convenience and keeping fuss and potential stress on the day to a minimum. There is also parking for up to 100 cars onsite; a rarity in London.
Found in the heart of Canary Wharf, just 3 minutes away from the tube station of the same name, East Wintergarden is a stylish venue with a distinctly contemporary vibe, no doubt a result of the eye-catching domed glass ceiling which is no less than 27 metres high. Designed by Cesar Pelli, this unique venue has held everything from product launches to Bar Mitzvahs, giving you an idea as to just how versatile and popular a choice it is. With a main floor, a gallery above it and the Promenade Room all available, you shouldn’t struggle to make the generous space work for your big day.