Banqueting Suites in London

A grand occasion calls for a grand venue. And you can't get much grander than these impressive banqueting suites for hire in London!

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Described by English Heritage as 'the grandest example of a Victorian ballroom in existence', the Ballroom is the centerpiece of London's most central venue.

The Porchester Hall Queensway, Baywater, Paddington, Royal oak

If you are looking for a London Banqueting suite, the Main Hall is the very essence of grandeur and opulence.

The Banking Hall City of London

A timeless classic, this stunning venue combines the best of old with the best of new. The grand main hall is an inspiring, art-deco setting for dinners.


The Old Billiard Room and Annex provide a stunning backdrop for your for a real banquet. Combining traditional Edwardian architecture with a modern contemporary feel.


The Council Chamber combines period elegance with modern facilities. We suggest you use both Ann Rylands Room and Terrace to create a reception space.

Plaisterers’ Hall City of London

Plaisterers’ Hall is an elegant City venue that benefits from a prime location at One London Wall. The neoclassical event space stunning.


Able to seat 380 comfortably to dine, this hall was originally built in 1622 to be a entertaining and dining space for King James I. Seating can be arranged into intimate round tables of up to 12, or arranged into up to 3 spectacular long tables spanning the length of the hall. The original ceiling paintings commissioned by King Charles I are a magnificent sight and certainly do not lack for a talking point!


The Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace was a great entertaining space for Henry VIII and his court. The Hall is truly stunning.


SEA LIFE is perfect for cocktail parties, Dinners, Themed events, Sustainable themed, parties, intimate dinners, sharks, fish themed, unusual parties.


The newly refurbished Princess Alexandra Hall is complete with integrated audio-visual facilities, superb acoustics, and is fully air-conditioned.

Evolution London Battersea Park

Battersea Evolution is a stunning event backdrop for a banqueting suite. With 4000m² of unimpeded space, it is ideal for large events and the tenancy period is 6am-6am.


The private dining rooms situated on level 38 of the iconic Gherkin building offer unforgettable views of the London skyline. Designed with flexibility in mind, whole floor bookings allow for large gatherings of up to 130 guests. Events at The Gherkin are lavishly catered for with bespoke breakfast, lunch and dinner menus that bring to life Searcys' passion for British produce and seasonality. Here, private dining is both refined and secluded, offering a privileged perspective to impress your guests.

About Banqueting Suites


London boasts some of the finest banqueting suites around. These can come in the shape of grand period halls or heritage sites or uber modern temporary structures kitted out with high tech audiovisual capabilities.

Top Tip: You'll usually want to provide some form of entertainment during a banquet style event. Don't panic, we can help you with that too. We have fabulous partnerships with trusted performers, DJ's and entertainment agents so you can really impress your guests with whatever budget you are working on. Lighting is also key at this type of event. The way the tables are lit can act as a table dressing alone, or accentuate floral table centres too.

Whatever the occasion, our hand-picked suites will be certain to provide a memorable dining experience. Enquire through Hire Space to receive a quick quote for your event from that banqueting venue.

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