An elegant palace originally commissioned in 1689 by William III and Mary II, surrounded by tranquil gardens, it is often hard to believe Kensington Palace is in the heart of West London. Offering a variety of rooms, unique in both their background and charm, Kensington Palace is an idyllic location for both corporate and private events, including weddings.
Originally built for Queen Mary II, The Queen’s Gallery makes an ideal reception room for pre-dinner drinks, with the pictures adorning the walls offering a fascinating insight to those who came before you. In finer weather, the Sunken Garden, a secluded summer oasis is perfect for drinks receptions, offering guests the chance to see more of the grounds and enjoy any good weather we do receive!
A lunch or dinner at the palace only enhances the grandeur of the experience. Dinners hosted in the State Apartments are befitting of a memorable occasion, whose four walls have witnessed not only the formal routines of court life, but in 1819 the christening of Queen Victoria.
The Orangery commissioned by Queen Anne, offers the most palatial surroundings within the grounds, overlooking beautiful lawns, it is the flawless setting for those dinners and receptions requiring that je ne sais quoi.
Kensington Palace, London, W84PX
The Nearest Tube is High Street Kensington which is a 10-15 walk away. Unfortunately there is no parking at the Palace, but a 24-hour Euro Park car park is a 10 minute walk away.
Reception/Dancing capacity: 100. Seated Dinner: 80
Kings Drawing Room
Reception/Dancing capacity: 100. Seated Dinner: 90
Reception/Dancing capacity: 150. Seated Dinner: 96
Reception/Dancing capacity: 300 (550+ with marquee). Seated Dinner: 150
(120 with dancing)
Reception/Dancing capacity: 60. Seated Dinner: 40
The Queen’s Gallery
Reception/Dancing capacity: 170.
The Sunken Garden
Reception/Dancing capacity: 80.