Best Asian Wedding Venues in London
London is brimming with stunning Asian wedding venues dotted across the city. We share the best venues for Asian weddings in London, from those enriched with heritage to those encompassing grandeur interiors.
Grosvenor House, Mayfair, Mayfair
The ultimate big fat Asian wedding would be a perfect fit at the esteemed Grosvenor House’s Great Hall, one of Europe’s largest banqueting spaces for up to an impressive 2,000 guests. The five-star Great Hall first launched as an art deco skating rink, and now today exudes a magnificent staircase and fairy tale chandeliers which will leave guests blown away. Also with Hyde Park being around the corner, it makes the picturesque location for a couple shoot.
Plaisterers’ Hall, Barbican
Livery halls evolved out of the Middle Ages and were constructed to run various day trades. In the Great Fire of 1666 and Blitz of World War II some livery halls became damaged, however today many livery halls remain across the city. As one of London’s largest and finest livery halls, Plaisterers’ Hall has a wealth of charming history. Plaisterers’ Hall’s elegant main area, The Great Hall features glistening fine gold chandeliers and floor length windows, seating up to 374 for a truly grandeur seated reception or ceremony
Jumeirah Carlton, Knightsbridge
The award-winning five-star Jumeirah Carlton is situated in the home of the world’s most famous department store, Harrods. Their graceful Ballroom holds up to 360 guests and stems inspiration from art deco and features mesmerising Viennese crystal chandeliers. Jumeriah Carlton is a suitable Asian wedding venue setting for those looking for both indoor and outdoor areas, as alternatively they have their Garden Room which overlooks the beautiful greenery of Cadogan Gardens.
The Landmark London, Marylebone
Established since 1899, The Landmark London is the quintessential five-star luxury Asian wedding venue renowned for its oasis of floor to ceiling glass windows, which draws in natural daylight. The perfect scene for photography. For those who love sky gazing and classic Victorian charisma, The Landmark London offers their Gazebo which lies under that incredible eight storey glass atrium holding up to 300 guests. Aside from this, their glamorous banqueting suites can hold larger numbers including the Ballroom which embraces majestic marble pillars and chandeliers.
Porchester Hall, Bayswater
1920s Grade II listed house, Porchester Hall is an exquisitely understated venue with timeless art deco design catering for up to 450 dining guests. The main hall is decked with a graceful staircase, English oak and walnut wood panelling, stylish motifs, sparkling crystal chandeliers, marble walls and an oak panelled stage. The hall has interestingly played host to concerts for the likes of Amy Winehouse and Ed Sheeran, therefore making Porchester Hall the best venue for those who require an incredible stage for their wedding entertainment. For those who wish to relax before the big wedding day, they can enjoy the original 1920s swimming pool and Turkish Spa.
8 Northumberland Avenue, Trafalgar Square
This Grade II listed building combines a mix of Victorian décor and contemporary features. Their prestigious Ballroom is perfect for holding grand and luxurious weddings, with its beautiful high ceilings, chandeliers, stained glass windows and grand columns, whilst holding up to an impressive 700 guests. It also boasts in offering clever lighting and 3D holographics.
Grand Connaught Rooms, Covent Garden
The 18th century Grade II* De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms is a widely acclaimed luxury wedding venue with 37 various spaces available for hire, one being the Grand Hall suitable for up to 750 attendees! The hall comprises of art deco inspired interiors and crystal chandeliers hanging from a 42-foot high ornate arched ceiling, an opulent setting within its’ Georgian architecture ideal for a Mehndi or Sangeet night.
The Dorchester, Mayfair
The Dorchester, one of the world’s most iconic five-star hotels opened in 1931, and still over 80 years on it still retains its’ 1930s furnishings and atmosphere despite being modernised. With a vast star-studded history behind the hotel, it is the ultimate definition of a glamorous wedding venue. The Dorchester offers 10 stunning rooms with their biggest and iconic suite, The Ballroom catering for up to 1000 guests. This suite comes with its own entrance and extravagant pre-function space with a hanging crystal cage chandelier complete with Murano glass birds and the ceiling immersed with delicate white gold leaf. The main room is inspired by art deco and sparkles with three glamourous crystal chandeliers hung within ceiling domes, antique mirror wall panelling and 13-foot high pillars made from blue sodalite semi-precious stone. The Dorchester would most certainly make the most royal host for any wedding event.
Natural History Museum, Kensington
The Natural History Museum is a uniquely extravagant setting in the hustle and bustle of London with its eloquent Victorian interiors. Each of the museum’s spaces encompass remarkable features such as the celestial Earth Hall, where guests can dine next to the resident Stegosaurus fossil, before soaring into their captivating galleries. Best of all in their world-famous Hintze Hall, guests can raise a toast underneath the breath taking blue whale skeleton, whilst being surrounding by Romanesque arches and a grandeur stone staircase. With a capacity of up to 600 guests for dinner, this would certainly be ideal for a grand Asian wedding affair.
Addington Palace, Croydon
The Grade II* listed Palladian style mansion, Addington Palace is a picture-perfect backdrop as an Asian wedding venue for a summer wedding soiree, within its 163 acres of countryside. The grounds the palace was built on astonishingly dates back to the Tudor times, where King Henry VIII held secret meetings with Anne Boleyn. Since then it has been an exclusive retreat for several Archbishops, visited by the royals and featured in several films including Johnny English Strikes Again. The palace offers two main areas, Addington Palace and the Royal Pavilion with room for larger parties up to 650 attendees. The Royal Pavilion in particular is situated in panoramic views of the ground’s landscaped garden, terrace areas and lawns. Addington Palace is truly South London’s most royal and lavish wedding venue.