45 Porchester Road, Bayswater, London, W2 5HS, London, England
Situated in the City of Westminster, Porchester Hall’s Grade II listed classic art deco design and understated elegance make it a sought-after venue for events of all sorts.
The grand entrance is ideal for reception drinks and leads guests up the elegant staircase with its ornamental bronze and wrought iron banisters, striking marble walls and crystal chandelier. From the stairway, guests are led through to the Main Hall, which is the very essence of grandeur and opulence. The Hall walls are handsomely panelled in English oak and walnut, with luxurious rich crimson velvet curtains. Fascinating figurines and motifs support the main beams, while ten magnificent crystal chandeliers, adorned in gold leaf effect, hang from the superbly engraved ceiling.
The opulent Main Hall can accommodate up to 630 guests for a standing event, 450 in theatre style and 450 for a seated dinner.
There are a number of other charming rooms within the venue – the Small Hall, Duchess of York Suite and Blue Room - serving as an ideal ancillary to functions in the Main Hall or as venues in their own right.
We work with a carefully selected group of caterers to provide you with a wonderful selection of menu and drink choices to suit all cultures, tastes and budgets. A corkage option is available.
Follow the link below to see a time-laps set up video for David Gilmour's Birthday Party:
This venue is suitable for the following occasions.
Availability: Mon- Thur: 08:00-23:30AM (guest departure time of 00:00) Fri: 08:00-00:30AM (guest departure of 01:00) Sat: 08:00-00:30AM (guest departure of 01:00) Sun: 14:00-23:00PM (guest departure of 23:30PM)
Hire Costs: Please contact us for details
This listing was last updated: 26/05/2020
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