The Jewish Chronicle - JC Magazine - - Venue -

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

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