With a range of stunning and unique spaces and exclusive use of the building on weekends, 116 Pall Mall is the perfect venue for your wedding ceremony or civil partnership. We can host between 15-250 guests seated, or up to 1,500 standing.
Originally designed by John Nash, the architect behind Marble Arch and Brighton Pavilion, it dates from the early 1820s and is Grade I listed.
The glittering 15-foot handmade Regency chandelier above the main staircase was a gift from George IV to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo and provides a breathtaking back-drop for those all-important wedding photos.
We also have a private and elegant garden (a rareity in central London) which can be used for photographs or hired for drinks receptions of up to 300.
From the moment your day begins, we want you to be comfortable in 116 and have a number of rooms that are perfect for getting ready in with your bridesmaids, groomsmen and family. We'll deliver a delicious breakfast or refreshments to the room so you can enjoy those special moments and relax before the fun begins!
After your wedding, take the after party down to the original vaulted cellars at 116. With exposed brickwork and a bar, this is the perfect spot to celebrate into the night with your guests.⠀
Intimate micro weddings
With guidelines restricting larger numbers for weddings, we’re delighted to host intimate wedding breakfasts and ceremonies and have put together an exclusive micro wedding package for up to 15.
We’ll work closely with you to ensure your wedding is as safe and special as possible and will remain flexible to any government updates. Our team would love to give you a face-to-face or virtual show-round so you can get a feel for all of our spaces.⠀
Greater London, England
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Your perfect day begins here! The Chesterfield Mayfair lends itself perfectly to beautiful wedding receptions and civil ceremonies in a choice of venue to suit your party size and preference.