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Royal Pavilion

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  • From £1850
  • 90 Reception
  • Brighton Station
  • From £1850
  • 90 Reception
  • Brighton Station

Space description

This spacious room, taking its light from skylights in the roof, was not without its own 'taste of the Orient', in line with the rest of the Royal Pavilion's decorative scheme, it incorporates cast-iron columns ornamented with abundant painted copper palm leaves. The notable Great Kitchen, sometimes referred to as the 'King's Kitchen', was modern for its time/ George who was obsessed with food and dining, conceived this kitchen and would often escort and impress his VIP guests with this room showcasing his new innovative features.


What this space offers

Features
High ceilings
Palm tree columns
Period kitchen
Former Royal Palace
Grade 1 listed
Historic Property
Food & Drink
Recommended Caterering List available
Recommended Caterers Only
Space
Disabled Access
400m² (4306ft²)
Ceiling height 6.0m (20ft)
Capacities
70 Buffet
40 Dining
90 Reception
90 Standing
Welcomes
Weddings
Events with Alcohol

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Guide Prices

  • Dining

    Venue Hire Per Evening

    • Sunday to Thursday 18:30 - 23:00

      £1850 / Venue Fee

    • Friday and Saturday 18:30 - 23:00

      £2050 / Venue Fee

  • Film and Photo

    Venue Hire Per Evening

    • Sunday to Thursday 18:30 - 23:00

      £1850 / Venue Fee

    • Friday and Saturday 18:30 - 23:00

      £2050 / Venue Fee

  • Weddings

    Venue Hire Per Evening

    • Sunday to Thursday 18:30 - 23:00

      £1850 / Venue Fee

    • Friday and Saturday 18:30 - 23:00

      £2050 / Venue Fee



More about Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion, steeped in history and heritage, has been hosting the city's finest events since the 1780's. It stands majestically, the jewel in Brighton's crown, restored to its original 1823 splendour with Indian architecture contrasted with lavish interiors inspired by the Orient.

It was originally built as a seaside pleasure palace for the Prince Regent, later to become King George IV, when Brighton was at the height of fashionable Regency society. George, renowned for his extravagant and decadent lifestyle almost bankrupted the country in pursuit of this magnificent palace.


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