From the luxury of London's Mayfair to the astounding views across Hyde Park, Park Lane has everything the modern and traditional couple could dream of for their fairytale wedding. Running from Hyde Park Corner to the infamous Marble Arch, wedding venues along this iconic road are perfect for couples looking for a classy city wedding fit for royalty.\n
No.4 Hamilton Place
This fine Edwardian townhouse is brimming with luxury and style, from its finely detailed architecture to the dazzling chandeliers. Once the home of the Duke of Wellington, this beautiful wedding venue offers couples the option of a ceremony only wedding package or exclusive use for the entire day. Our favourite room is the Argyll Room - elegant and ornate with beautiful bow windows, as well as a private terrace overlooking Hyde Park, perfect for champagne and hors d'oeuvres with your guests.\n
One of the most iconic hotels in the world and the perfect location for an unforgettable day. The splendour and elegance of The Ritz precede itself, with luxurious weddings and a reputation for impeccable service at its core. Pamper yourself in The Ritz Salon before your wedding day and enjoy a relaxing treatment or two to unwind. Glide down the sweeping staircase for some beautiful photos and into the Grand Hall for your wedding ceremony. You may choose instead to make use of the exclusive William Kent House; a Grade II listed mansion that adjoins the hotel - the perfect way to say I do.\n
Intercontinental Park Lane Hotel
With 12 rooms available spanning an entire events floor, the Intercontinental Park Lane Hotel is well equipped for weddings large and small. The spacious ballroom is ideal for larger numbers of guests, able to accommodate up to 750, with elegant dark wood panelling and great opportunities to make use of lighting to create different atmospheres throughout your celebration.\n
For a timeless wedding at London’s most elegant address, The Dorchester offers couples flexible and bespoke event planning. Personalise your special day with dedicated event managers, floristry from in-house designer florist Philip Hammond and spectacular dining options for up to 500 guests created by the hotel’s famed executive chef, Henri Brosi and his banqueting team. The Dorchester can accommodate weddings large and small offering a variety of styles of décor including The Ballroom, the epitome of breath-taking grandeur, or the intimate Penthouse & Pavilion, a theatrical suite of party rooms designed in 1953 by theatre set designer Oliver Messel.
Five star luxury awaits you at The Connaught - a wedding venue of English ambience and contemporary touches. Licensed to host weddings and civil ceremonies, The Connaught prides itself on their attention to detail and accommodating nature. Unwind before your wedding day in the on-site Aman Spa, before relaxing in the comfort and class of your hotel suite. If you're looking for a traditional church wedding, this venue is conveniently located close to Farm Street Church. The Mayfair Room is perfect for a wedding breakfast of up to 120 guests or a classic cocktail reception of up to 200. with sublime cuisine ready for you and your guests to discover.\n
Exceeding expectations with its stately private rooms, panoramic views of Hyde Park, as well as a sophisticated and extensive wine cellar, the character and atmosphere at The Lanesborough is welcoming beyond belief. Wedding breakfasts in The Belgravia room are hard to beat, with its high ceilings, ornate fireplaces and delicate architecture taking centre stage, although the intimate glow of the smaller private rooms are exquisite for smaller celebrations. Imagine the floral arrangements that could be designed in such an exquisite space.\n\nFeeling inspired? Take a look at some of our other London wedding venues.