We couldn’t contain ourselves to only 10 great party venues! Here are another 7:
Exceptional in style, iconic by nature – taking London to all new highs. The Trafalgar’s sky bar boasts an unrivalled backdrop of the London landscape, capturing the sheer splendour of the capital. Perfect for cocktails or sipping champagne with indulgent views.
The height of sophistication starts here.
Note that Vista will re-open for the Spring Season on 7th April 2014
The Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street will span three floors and offer uninterrupted views across the City of London. Served by two express lifts, visitors arrive to a beautiful landscaped garden at level 35, a bar and viewing area at level 36 and finally a public terrace, restaurant and café at level 37.
The Sky Garden will be a truly unique space and has been designed to create an open and vibrant place of leisure offering visitors a rare chance to experience London from a different viewpoint.
Surrounded by parkland, Kensington Palace offers a welcome retreat from the nearby hustle and bustle of London. Yet behind this calm, peaceful façade your guests will discover a spirited venue of royal extravagance and magnificent beauty, full of lively stories of rivalry, politics, heartache and romance.
Today, this beautiful palace offers you a variety of exciting, versatile spaces for hire. We will give you first-class, personal service from day one, right through to the end of what will be an unforgettable event for your guests!
Set in 18 acres in the heart of Somerset, Babington House opened in 1998 for those who wanted to enjoy the countryside but weren’t prepared to compromise on urban luxuries. It is just a two and a half hour drive from London or an hour and 20 minutes by train to Bath Spa.
The Main House has a restaurant, traditional stone Orangery, Deli Bar, Library, Snooker Room and Study. The Teeny House is open daily offering crèche facilities for residents and members.
The Duke of Northumberland’s London home, Syon House, can be hired on an exclusive basis throughout the year. Syon Park is an idyllic setting for all types of hospitality.
You can make a choice of venue according to your type of function and numbers of guests from the Duke’s residence, Syon House, the Great Conservatory or a marquee in the grounds.
This quiet oasis located in west London, includes a stunning 18th century villa, whose design is based on classic Italian architecture, surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens.
The £12.1m garden restoration has included the creation of a superb new pavilion which significantly enhances the facilities.
The newly restored conservatory provides a charming venue for evening cocktail receptions and celebrations, whilst the new café is a modern and delightful alternative.
As well as 300 acres of gardens Kew’s landmark buildings include the Palm House, built by architect Decimus Burton and iron-maker Richard Turner between 1844 and 1848 and which was the first large-scale structural use of wrought iron. This was followed later in the 19th century by The Temperate house, which at twice the Palm House’s size, is the largest Victorian glasshouse in existence. In 2003, the gardens were put on the list of World Heritage Sites.