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Kensington Palace

Surrounded by parkland, Kensington Palace along with the Royal Parks' gardens and ponds offers a retreat from the city. The character of the palace’s exquisite interior has been shaped by many artists, craftsmen and royal residents from William Kent to Princess Diana. With 8 distinctive and versatile spaces accessible, the Palace is perfect for everything from garden drinks to recitals. Listed prices apply to every day excluding Bank Holidays.

Spaces at Kensington Palace

  • 70 - 300m2 (753 - 3229ft2)
  • 40 - 700 people

Entrance Hall

Available for evening hire. Hiring of the Entrance Hall also includes 4 further spaces, Stone Hall, White Court, Stone Staircase and the Vestibule. The Entrance Hall also gives access to the East Front Gardens which is an excellent addition during good weather. Centered in the heart of the Palace, the White Court is equipped to host a live band, music in this spot reaches all other areas surrounding the Entrance Hall.

  • 300m2 (3229ft2)
  • 140 - 700 people

With a capacity of 300 for drinks receptions and 5 spaces to move between, hiring the Entrance Hall for a drinks party or private viewing is not just hiring an entrance hall. It includes the Stone Hall, White Court, the Vestibule and the Stone Staircase, where Queen Victoria was first introduced to Albert. Following a £12 million refurbishment, the entrance hall and it's following spaces are dynamic, bright and excellent for an exclusive evening.

  • 300m2 (3229ft2)
  • 140 - 700 people

With a capacity to seat 140 to dine, guests will be seated in the Entrance Hall and 4 adjoining unique spaces. Each further space has it's own unique history, with number of exhibitions displayed. Guests are able to wander through the rooms before dinner and engage in a bit of dancing after!

  • 300m2 (3229ft2)
  • 140 - 700 people

King's Drawing Room

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.

  • 100m2 (1076ft2)
  • 90 - 100 people

The King's Drawing Room is an impressive setting for any work do, whether a drinks reception, corporate meeting or client evening. The magnificent fine art displayed in here, combined with the stunning views out over Kensington Gardens make it a real treat for all guests. The space can hold up to 100 guests for a cocktail reception, however the adjacent Cupola Room is a good addition and can increase the capacity to 200 if so needed.

  • 100m2 (1076ft2)
  • 90 - 100 people

This magnificent room is light, warm and intimate without sacrificing any of its regal excellence. With a capacity to hold up to 90 for supper, this really is the height of elegant private dining.

  • 100m2 (1076ft2)
  • 90 - 100 people

Cupola Room

An amazing space where countless celebrations have taken place for centuries, thanks to its enchanting beauty, elegant decoration and majestic views. The Cupola Room can hold a reception with un-amplified music for up to 90 guests. Or, if you prefer, you can host up to 70 guests for the wedding supper in this historic room.

  • 100m2 (1076ft2)
  • 80 - 700 people

The Cupola Room is an amazing space where countless celebrations have taken place for centuries. Thanks to it's enchanting beauty, elegant decoration and majestic views, this is the perfect backdrop for drinks receptions, cocktail parties, work dos and celebrations. The Cupola Room has a capacity for up to 100 for a reception, it is an excellent space for events which would like to host live music.

  • 100m2 (1076ft2)
  • 80 - 700 people

The Cupola Room is a fantastic venue for a dining experience with a large dose of magnificence. Under the domed, painted ceiling, lighted by hanging chandeliers and with fantastic views of the Sunken Gardens and the Orangery up to 80 guests can dine in splendour. This is a stunning room for private dining with friends, family and colleagues.

  • 100m2 (1076ft2)
  • 80 - 700 people

Queen's Gallery

The Queen's Gallery is a long and spacious room with original wood paneling and flooring. The artwork displaced in this room was chosen by Queen Mary II herself with a view to hold dinner parties, drinks receptions and pre-dinner drinks. The Queen's Gallery also has majestic views of the Palace gardens, guests can admire the view while sipping champagne before the wedding dinner.

  • 170m2 (1830ft2)
  • 70 - 170 people

The Queen's Gallery can accommodate up to 170 guests for a cocktail reception. Alternatively dinner can be held in this room for up to 70 guests. The room is primarily available for evening hire. With stunning views out over Kensington Gardens and Wiggly Walk, guests can admire the view outside as well as the priceless art displayed inside, as collected by Queen Mary II. A stunning setting for an event evening.

  • 170m2 (1830ft2)
  • 70 - 170 people

The Queen's Gallery at Kensington Palace can be privately hired for up to 70 guests for an exclusive dining evening. A fantastic space used by Queen Mary II and her ladies in waiting, the room still holds the brilliantly fascinating artwork the Queen collected and chose for this space herself. The favourable acoustics of the room has be noted by many as well as the stunning views out over Kensington Gardens. A fantastic space for a very special dining occasion.

  • 170m2 (1830ft2)
  • 70 - 170 people

Sunken Garden

This magnificent and colourful gardens are the most wonderful venue where your can have the wedding reception of your dreams. The Sunken Gardens, complete with water features and a brilliant array of exotic and English flowers, is the perfect backdrop for photos and a drinks reception for a summer wedding.

  • 80m2 (861ft2)
  • 80 people

This spectacular and colorful space bring an amazing and unique photography opportunity. The central point of the Sunken Gardens is a tranquil water feature, surrounded by rows and rows of exotic and English flower beds.

  • 80m2 (861ft2)
  • 80 people

The Orangery

You wouldn't find a better place for a business conference than this spectacular building, which design involved not one, but three famous architects of the day. The Orangery has a capacity for 200 for theatre style seating and 120 for cabaret style. In addition, during breaks, guests can also enjoy the large, wide stone terrace and look out over amazing views of the grounds. After conference drinks are a must in the summer months.

  • 300m2 (3229ft2)
  • 120 - 300 people

Encased in Corinthian Columns, the Orangery is the brightest and lightest of the spaces at Kensington Gardens. The Orangery can be arranged into four long dining tables that span the length of the room or a vast number of smaller round tables seating up to 10 per table. The space has floor to ceiling windows on one side of the room revealing stunning views out over the terrace to the gardens. The Orangery is truly a stunning location for a wedding ceremony or a seated reception for up to 200 guests.

  • 300m2 (3229ft2)
  • 120 - 300 people

One of London’s most beautiful buildings, the Orangery is a truly stunning venue for large events of up to 200 guests, such as performances, conferences and award ceremonies. With some fantastically glitzy events already under it's belt, the Orangery is a fantastic choice for events with dancing, amplified music and comperes. Guests can enjoy the large, wide stone terrace, a beautiful setting for a drinks reception in the summer. A marquee can also be added taking the capacity for a reception to up to 570 guests. Making sure no one will miss out.

  • 300m2 (3229ft2)
  • 120 - 300 people

King's Gallery

The King's Gallery at Kensington Palace is a sumptuous and imposing space, suited for a glamorous wedding reception. The ornate fireplace, fine paintings and beautiful ceiling artwork make this one of the most fantastic spaces in the palace. The King's Gallery can host up to 100 guests for a sit down dinner should you chose, or 170 for a drinks reception for the wedding party.

  • 170m2 (1830ft2)
  • 100 - 170 people

The King's Gallery is a space where successful events have been taking place for centuries. This room is the largest indoor, single space in the palace, full of masterpieces and magnificent decoration. The room was originally built to showcase King William III's finest paintings. The room also benefits from excellent acoustics, a stunning choice for work parties, cocktail receptions, recitals and large celebrations.

  • 170m2 (1830ft2)
  • 100 - 170 people

A place selected by royalty for dinners and receptions, the King's Gallery is an impressive and magnificent event space. Full of imposing paintings and delightful decoration originally the space built to house King William III's fine art collection, the King's Gallery is a dining space to remember. This elongated space can host up to 100 guests for supper and has been noted for it's excellent acoustics, a vital note for any dinner party.

  • 170m2 (1830ft2)
  • 100 - 170 people

Privy Chamber

The Privy Chamber is an excellent space in which to hold a drinks reception at your wedding for up to 70 of your guests. It is also a good spot for a dinner for up to 40 guests. The Privy Chamber was the room in which Queen Caroline would entertain her guests. The room itself is magnificent, lined with 17th century tapestries and a majestic ceiling painting it is a beautiful room in which to hold a reception.

  • 70m2 (753ft2)
  • 40 - 70 people

The Privy Chamber can host up to 40 guests for a private dining evening. The room was a favourite of Queen Caroline for entertaining society's most esteemed writers, scientists and thinkers. The room is lined with a number of 17th century tapestries and has a magnificent ceiling painting of Mars and Minerva. It is a stunning setting for dinners with colleagues, friends and family.

  • 70m2 (753ft2)
  • 40 - 70 people

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