Situated on a quiet corner in Mayfair Village, the Connaught is one of London’s most elegant hotels, with a range of wedding spaces both intimate and grand. Licensed for both weddings and civil partnerships, couples can choose to get married in a range of beautiful function rooms or at Farm Street Church, minutes away from the hotel’s entrance, before hosting a reception in one of the venue’s seven show-stopping spaces.
If you’re planning a modest wedding with only your nearest and dearest in attendance, one of The Connaught’s smaller rooms is ideal. The Silver, Oak and Georgian rooms seat between six and 12 guests, making them ideal for intimate celebrations. The venue’s mid-sized rooms – the Champagne, Carlos, Regency and Maple rooms – are suited to parties of between and 20 and 50 guests, while the hotel’s ballroom, the Mayfair Room, can accommodate up to 120 seated or 200 standing guests.
Whether you know exactly what you want for your big day or need some help to realise your vision, dedicated wedding coordinators will be on hand to assist with everything from designing menus, to coordinating suppliers. The experienced team have plenty of contacts in the industry meaning they can put you in touch with the very best in the business when it comes to entertainment, flowers, photography and decorations. They’re also able to help you organise room bookings for yourself and your guests should you wish to spend the night before your wedding or your wedding night at The Connaught.
When it comes to the wedding breakfast, the chefs at Jean-Georges at The Connaught are highly experienced in creating bespoke, seasonal menus for each couple, so from the canapés to the main banquet dinners, you can be sure of the highest-quality food for your guests. Just as important are the drinks, which can be created to your liking by the Connaught Bar’s master mixologist. He is a pro at mixing up unique cocktails for couples who want a toast with a difference.
For more information, speak to one of the team at The Connaught who will be only too happy to assist.