‘It’s Mayfair!,’ says Valentina Seweey who oversees the weddings hosted at The Biltmore Mayfair. ‘We have the most famous postcode in London and the location is incredibly important to our guests.’
With five licensed spaces across its event rooms and suites – some with sweeping views across Grosvenor Square below – The Biltmore Mayfair can host seated wedding celebrations for up to 260 guests with three curated packages to suite different budgets. It has a strong reputation for embracing international and cultural needs and is flexible when it comes to letting guests bring in their own preferred caterers. Discretion is also a keen priority and guests using the ballroom space will have their own dedicated entrance. With enough notice, the team will even consider a total takeover of the hotel’s 250 rooms, 49 suites and eight signature suites so you can enjoy the ultimate London address all to yourselves.
This hotel is clearly well-versed with the logistics of hosting large scale celebrations. But it’s the added fabulousness that brings a shiny gloss to this wedding venue. A red-carpet entrance for you wedding day. The concierge holds the highly prized Golden Keys pin – a visual clue that he can open doors to the best restaurants, theatre performances and discreet shopping experiences in the neighbourhood. It’s the kind of hotel that collaborates with local designer boutiques. Roland Mouret previously installed beautiful ready-to-wear gowns in the signature suites for guests to wear throughout their stay. It’s also were you can sit and enjoy a fashionable afternoon tea surrounded by the exquisite latest collection pieces from shoemaker Malone Souliers and where you can indulge in the work of Norihito Muranaka, one of the most talented pastry chefs in the world and available to create the wedding cake of your dreams.
A world-famous hotel embedded in the local neighbourhood. Spot staff hand delivering patisserie to neighbouring streets, suited butlers descending the historic staircase or a chauffeur delivering guests to appointments. Get married at The Connaught and you’ll get use of the spa and gym for the two months leading up to your big day.
Where old world elegance meets today’s modern Mayfair. Small by comparison to some of its neighbours with 50 rooms and 22 suites and studios, The Beaumont garden square location makes it perfect for a more intimate celebration or honeymoon stay for those who are seduced by beautiful art deco interiors and a refusal to rush the finer things.