Red Drawing Room

Royal Pavilion

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  • From £1100
  • 50 Standing
  • Brighton
  • From £1100
  • 50 Standing
  • Brighton

Space description

The beautiful Red Drawing Room was a place where George's elegant female guests would withdraw to following dinner in the Banqueting Room. It retains much of its original 1820s striking decorative scheme incorporating the Royal Pavilion's distinctive dragon wallpaper and palm tree pillars. The room offers a warm and beautiful space for intimate seated dinners. Not part of the public tour, your guests will get to enjoy a part of the palace not seen by many.





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.