HEN IT has to be a full-on glamorous banqueting venue, take a look at the Berkeley, in Knightsbridge. The refurbished ballroom here features crystal chandeliers and high-mirrored ceilings. With its private entrance and the option to use the adjoining Belgravia Room, it is ideal for a reception and dinner for up to 450 guests.
The Connaught is home to the first function room built in Mayfair for 80 years. A flexible space suitable for large wedding receptions, the Mayfair Room features a sprung parquet floor, antique mirrors and a private entrance and cloakroom.
One of Mayfair’s best-known ballrooms is at the English Heritage-listed Claridge’s in Mayfair. Here, the ballroom is accessed from the prestigious Brook Street banqueting entrance.
Your guests can party amid some of the most remarkable art deco to be seen in London at the Park Lane Hotel, with its Grade-II listed ballroom. A dedicated kosher catering team has worked at the hotel for a decade.
In partnership with chef Arieh Wagner, executive chef Andrew Bennett MBE and his team prepare the wedding feasts in the hotel’s in-house kosher kitchens. Menus range from traditional to modern options and include fine wines, canapés and buffet possibilities.
The Four Seasons Hotel London, on Park Lane, allows function hosts to hire the entire first floor of the hotel, giving you extra privacy, exclusivity and security.
Adriano Cavagnini, executive chef at The Four Seasons, has arrangements in place for kosher caterers to be brought in for your special day.
The hotel’s black marble reception area includes displays of fine art and antiques and links the elegant cherrywood-panelled ballroom to seven more intimate rooms suitable for smaller celebrations. One of the last great railway hotels of the 19th century, The Landmark London regularly works with kosher caterers Tony Page, Michael Rose, Carole Sobell and James Zimmer and its chandeliered banqueting rooms retain original Victorian features. A talking point of the hotel is the Winter Garden restaurant, where diners are seated beneath an eight-storey glass-roofed atrium.
The Grand Ballroom can be used as one