St Thomas' Tower, built over 700 years ago, was once part of the residential area of the Tower. The incredible medieval hall with original architecture and Edward I's bedroom which has been fully restored according to 13th century documents. Guests can enjoy an unusual sit down dinner in the bedroom, the grand four poster bed still resides in the room. There can be up to 20 people or utilise the hall for a summer birthday party, meeting, buffet, or corporate celebration for up to 40 guests. Medieval Palace: St Thomas' Tower also boasts splendid views of London city skyline.
Fulham Palace is a unique and versatile West London venue. Set in 13 acres of botanical gardens , this wonderful venue provides they perfect setting for many celebrations and corporate events. Your guests will delight in tranquil surroundings as the Palace becomes your exclusively to hire. Our savvy in house events team can bring your ideas to life and be there throughout your planning process. The Palace offers the use of seven different event room which you can exclusively hire. They are all varying in style from Tudor to Georgian, flooded with natural light.
The Cartoon Gallery at Hampton Court Palace is an impressive, long, oak paneled reception room suitable for events with up to 300 guests for a reception. The Cartoon Gallery houses the copies of Raphael's original works, guests at a cocktail reception can admire the paintings while mingling. Originally William III wanted to keep this room for private use. Today, the splendour of the room is a reminder to guests, of the royalty who occupied this room in years gone by.
The Orangery and South Parlours are the ideal space for small wedding ceremonies and receptions. Bathed in southern light and breathtaking views up towards the Royal Observatory, this elegant space opens up on to the south lawns with vista's out to one of London's oldest Royal Parks. Make your vows in the Van de Veldes' studio surrounded by a world-class art collection and enjoy drinks or an intimate dinner in the Governor's Parlour.
With the ability to host all types of events, from sports to exhibitions to corporate, the West Hall can house an audience of 500 up to 2,500 and can be completely self-contained or used in conjunction with other banquet halls. The space covers 2,700 SQM of pillar free space, excludes all daylight, and is sold alongside a complimentary organiser's office. Since this room keeps daylight out, it's the perfect room for presentations, screenings, or showing videos. No need to worry about blacking out the windows. This room can be linked with the Great Hall for even more space.
A magnificent space inside the Palace, the King's Drawing Room can host 90 guests for the wedding supper or up to 100 for a reception. The Cupola Room can be hired also to increase the capacity to up to 190 for a reception. A good idea for those looking for two distinct spaces for drinks and the wedding dinner. This room is flooded with lots of natural light, with the windows looking out over spectacular views of the Gardens, fantastic for morning receptions.
This long, graceful room was originally designed as a private greenhouse for King William III. The marble sculptures, wood panelling and classic chequerboard floor tiles belie the room's original purpose and today the Orangery makes a timelessly elegant venue for drinks receptions. You'll also have exclusive use of the glorious Privy Gardens, where you and your guests can enjoy drinks and photographs before heading inside for dinner, dancing and merrymaking until the small hours. The Orangery can accommodate up to 250 guests. It is available for hire in the evenings from 18:30 onwards.
The Main Hall at Banqueting House with its majestic double height ceilings can hold a drinks reception of 500 or seat 320 for a dinner dance. The Main Hall is entered through a separate entrance hall and grand staircase making it the perfect wedding reception venue. From the original ceiling paintings by Peter Paul Ruben to the Ionic Grecian pillars, the facets of the hall come together to make the palace bright, airy and beautifully ceremonious.