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The Most Stylish London Hotel Wedding Venues 

Hotel weddings are a beautiful option for many couples; not only do they have stunning interiors and exteriors, but they host every part of your wedding, meaning you don’t have to worry about moving between locations. They can cater for micro-weddings or entire hotel takeovers, making them extremely versatile to what you want. Also, they tend to be available all year round, and in the case of these six stylish London wedding hotels have some incredible views for your elegant city wedding.

The NoMad, London

Set in the heart of Covent Garden, The NoMad Hotel is the perfect destination for those searching for a luxury wedding setting. The grade II-listed venue gives you and your guests a taste of the high life with its modern decadence, strikingly high ceilings, glass roof and statement lighting.

The building holds a rich history; originally, The Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station, so it has multiple rooms depending on the size and style of your wedding. Most wedding ceremonies are held in the courthouse itself, with the party continuing into The Magistrate’s Ballroom, complete with a private bar, decorative murals and six stunning crystal chandeliers. Its opulent décor and ornate features create wonderful spots for pictures, including a backdrop of the Royal Opera House from the bar.

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The Ned Hotel

This once-abandoned city bank is now one of the most popular London wedding destinations. Based in the financial district, The Ned provides everything for its newlyweds, including intimate ceremony spaces, deluxe suites, and an in-house spa for pre- or post-wedding relaxing. With 250 rooms, there’s plenty of space for any sized wedding party.

Your wedding ceremony takes place in The Saloon, framed by an elegant fireplace and tall, domed windows for a bright and beautiful setting. A stunning contrast to The Tapestry Room, where you’ll dine and drink amongst rich walnut panelling, intricate tapestry and glorious chandeliers. But the best feature has to be the outdoor terrace with city views, including St Paul’s Cathedral.

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Kimpton Fitzroy

The Victorian Kimpton Fitzroy Hotel is anything but dated, taking your breath away from the moment you step through the grand double doors. From glistening tiled floors, marble pillars, gold detailing, velvet sofas and statement staircases, this London hotel wedding venue feels like something out of a dream.

The Kimpton has multiple spaces to suit the size of your wedding, from the enchanting Palm Court with its champagne bar and romantic indoor garden to the magnificent Ballroom hosting up to 200 guests. I adore the Ballroom’s space because the sky-high ceilings really suit tall and dramatic table centrepieces. Its full-walled windows also flood the room with natural light, complementing contemporary, romantic and pastel-coloured wedding themes. Bonus: there’s a mezzanine, too, meaning you and your partner can enjoy watching over your entire wedding.

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London’s Rosewood Hotel

With its remarkable gated entrance, swooping staircases and 5-star reviews, you could easily mistake the Rosewood Hotel for a palace. But this central London Manor House is one of Holborn's most sophisticated and glamorous London wedding destinations.

The Rosewood offers a variety of spaces, from small wedding parties to banquets with up to 340 guests, and welcomes happy couples worldwide. The intimate salon bars provide a sense of finery and splendour for drink receptions, whilst The Ballroom’s contemporary beauty, with its beautiful marble features and decadent chandeliers, will stay in your guests' minds for years to come. In fact, the whole hotel is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, allowing you and your guests to enjoy pure hotel luxury, including beautiful bedrooms and relaxing spa treatments.

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Corinthia Hotel

The Corinthia is a charming London wedding venue with the complete package for newlyweds and their guests, hosting pre-wedding gatherings, luxurious wedding ceremonies, cosy bedrooms and post-wedding activities within the city. With a private entrance on Whitehall, this exquisite venue also has stunning views of The Mall and St James’s Park for your wedding pictures.

Inside, the Corinthia Hotel has four spaces to celebrate your wedding, whether that’s 30 or 300 guests. The Courtroom offers a magical setting with a soft, dove-grey backdrop and dramatic mirrored walls, whilst The Ballroom offers a more opulent setting with full-walled windows and dramatic draped curtains. The Corinthia is a wonderful choice for couples looking for a striking and lavish backdrop for their wedding.

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Ham Yard Hotel

Whereas the previous London wedding hotels offer grandeur on a larger scale, the Ham Yard wedding venue is a more secluded but fabulous destination. If you’re looking for privacy within the city, this boutique wedding venue is for you.

Located between SoHo and Piccadilly Circus, you can make the most of the gorgeous views of the city, as well as the unique features inside, such as a secret garden terrace, a 1950s bowling alley and even a private screening room! This London location really is a hidden gem and gives you the chance to personalise your wedding.

With your wedding ceremony being held within the garden terrace, this venue combines a natural and urban city feel. Making it ideal for those looking for an alfresco wedding or those who want to incorporate unique touches to their day.

Choosing the Best Stylish London Hotel

The best part about these 5 London hotel wedding venues is that they’re all close to the city centre, making them easy for guests to reach. Most of them cater for your entire wedding day or weekend, and you can either use their in-house suppliers or request your own. I love that your whole wedding party can stay together in one location, but again, being the city, there are plenty of places for guests to stay. And plenty of activities for them to explore!

If you’re looking for a London Hotel wedding and need a little guidance on booking the right one for you, I’d love to hear from you and design your dream wedding day.


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