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Jewish Wedding Planner: Which venue to have your Jewish London wedding at in 2025

There are so many venues to choose from in London, but only certain venues work really well for a Jewish Wedding. Below are my top picks for a 2025 Jewish wedding and why.

  1. The Prettiest Venue

Dinner Dance Capacity: 280 people

You can’t get much prettier than the Lancaster Ballroom at The Savoy. The stunning chandeliers, mirrored walls and opulent Edwardian décor provides the perfect backdrop for your wedding.


2.      The coolest venue – Battersea Arts Centre

Photo credit Bhavesh Chauhan Photography

Dinner Dance Capacity – 350 people

The venue of reverent beauty, Battersea Arts Centre. The exposed walls contrasted with beautiful wedding décor is the most wonderful combination.


3.      Most impressive venue – Raffles London at The OWO

Photo credit Grain London Ltd

Dinner Dance Capacity – 450 people

Raffles London at The OWO offers the most historic of addresses for special occasions. Set in a magnificent Grade II* Edwardian Baroque building in Whitehall, the epicentre of British Government, you can’t get a more impressive venue than this.


4.      The all rounder venue– Kimpton Fitzroy

Photo credit Tom Mannion 2018

Dinner Dance Capacity – 180 people

Kimpton Fitzroy is a landmark London hotel in a great location. It has an inspiring ballroom with an ornate golden ceiling. Adjoining the ballroom there is a spacious and light-filled reception area called Palm Court, perfect for a reception area or post event cocktails.


5.      Art Deco Glamour venue – Claridge's

Photo credit Tobiah Tayo Photography

Dinner Dance Capacity – 200 people

If you are looking for art deco glamour look no further than Claridge's. Set in the heart of Mayfair, from the moment you walk into the lobby this hotel simply takes your breath away. The grandest celebrations begin in the Ballroom – where the exuberance of the Roaring Twenties lives on through carefully restored art deco features.  


6.      The blank canvas venue – The Londoner

Dinner Dance Capacity – 430 people

If you are looking for a space to create magic look no further than The Londoner. The Londoner’s ballroom offers a contemporary design and the pillarless vast structure means the world is really your oyster with what you want to create inside.



7.      The iconic venue – St Pancras Renaissance

Photo credit Ivan Finch

Dinner Dance Capacity – 240 people

This is a popular option for Jewish weddings and for good reason. Each room within the hotel is renowned for its individuality. The distinctive character of St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London makes for truly unique experiences.

We would love to help find the perfect venue for your Jewish wedding in 2025, send us a message to to arrange a complimentary consultation.

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