No.4 Hamilton Place is a wonderful wedding venue and was once home to the Duke of Wellington, in the year before Waterloo, starting a fascinating history of the house. Providing the finest views over Hyde Park, it sits in stylish Mayfair, the most expensive square on the Monopoly board.
No.4 is a magnificent, central London wedding venue offering a choice of ornate and spacious rooms for wedding ceremonies and receptions. With the elegant old-world grandeur of the Edwardian Town House and a picturesque, heated roof terrace it is a spectacular setting for one of the most important days of your life.
The Argyll Room, a stunning Edwardian dining room can host up to 100 guests for a wedding eremony. It’s an extraordinary and elegant space with a high, ornate ceiling, it also leads directly onto our roof terrace that looks out over Hyde Park.
The Marshall of Cambridge is perfect for smaller wedding ceremonies of up to 60 guests. A popular space next to the grand entrance and staircase, it is a beautifully proportioned room hung with paintings and images charting the history of British aviation and planes through the years.
The Bill Boeing Room is the largest space for a ceremony or reception and is a blank canvas which has the flexibility to host up to 250 people for a ceremony.
All marriages and civil partnerships are conducted by the City of Westminster registrars, and they are able to help with support and advice on the ceremony itself.