Asian weddings are a wonderland of customs, cultures, standards of service and cuisine which is what makes them unlike any other wedding in the world; full of colour, excitement and tiny details that makes them so spectacular! Finding the perfect venue can be tough in any circumstances and the time consuming process can lead to many unwelcome stresses. Coupled with the strain of searching for everything from the perfect photographer to the perfect dress, why not let our guide of the best London locations to host your Asian wedding take some pressure off of your wedding planning? The following list of inspirational settings for your big day are perfect no matter what your party size or budget- watch your wildest dreams come to life!
Natural History Museum
Imagine making your grand entrance by walking down the staircase of Hintze Hall in the grandeur of the Natural History Museum? While it may see out of the ordinary, this iconic museum can be transformed to become the most romantic and elegant of settings for your celebrations. Dining under the resident Stegosaurus us sure to make your big day the talk of all your friends for years to come!
With a star-studded guest list comprising of the likes of Lady Gaga, Karl Lagerfeld and Elizabeth Taylor it’s easy to see why the gilded and lavishly decorated rooms of The Dorchester are so desirable when it comes to hosting a wedding. For a larger party, The Ballroom is an ideal choice, while The Penthouse and Pavilion are great for more intimate occasions and offer incredible views of Mayfair.
The Grosvenor House Hotel
Whether your wedding is large or small, The Grosvenor House Hotel has always been a popular setting for an Asian wedding. It’s great location and beautifully decorated function rooms make it an easy choice to those looking to have their wedding in London.
Hilton Park Lane
Hilton Park Lane is the perfect choice for those want all their little details taken care of for that added personal touch. The Hilton at Park Lane offers couples a range of banqueting rooms to ensure you are always given the best possible solution to your wedding requirements. Moreover, the hotel’s award winning team of chefs are on hand to create the ultimate dining experience for you and your guests.
Courtyard at Royal Exchange
The Courtyard at the Royal Exchange’s design was inspired by the Grand Cafes of 19th century European cities like Paris and Vienna. The historic building offers couples a relaxed and elegant atmosphere with a stunning central focal point and beautiful high ceilings.
Newland Manor is a stunning 17th century building offering couples a unique wedding experience. It has immaculately maintained walled gardens and acres upon acres of land so there will be endless locations to shoot some beautiful wedding photos.
Jumeirah Carlton Knightsbridge
The Jumeriah Carlton Tower in Knightsbridge is the ultimate choice for couples looking to make their wedding day explosive and filled with elegance. Their open air Promenade Lounge offers a unique setting for your ceremony and your guests will be in awe at the reception area in the Bilgah ballroom.
An award winning venue and a Grade Two Listed Victorian Building, Alexandra Palace contains nine function rooms, with the Palace Suite being a perfect choice for weddings. Nestled in 196 acres of parkland and with unparalleled views of London’s skyline, Alexandra Palace is sure to put a magnificent twist on your big day.
Babylon Lounge at Gilgamesh
With a capacity to hold 250 people, the Babylon Lounge is a beautiful wedding venue in London’s Camden. The lounge’s booths are draped in luxurious satin, making them a beautiful feature for your guests to enjoy. Its glamourous interior is perfect for couples who really want to make their wedding day memorable and with a bit of wow factor.
Grand Connaught Rooms
The Grand Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden are the ideal location for a super-central London location. It can host up to 550 dinner guests and 1000 at a drinks reception. The wedding coordinators at the Grand Connaught Rooms can bring any couples visions into real life.