What makes an iconic London venue?
We know that it's sometimes hard to define what makes a venue truly iconic but, after much debate, we settled on these key factors:
1 - A traditionally iconic venue is one where history was made. You might be holding your drinks reception in the former home to a former Prime Minister, on a warship used in the Second World War, or at one of the filming locations of Agatha Christie's Poirot. Why not capitalise on the impressive historic value of the venue with a themed event and create a history of your own?
2 - Dressed to impress, our iconic venues offer unique spaces to wow your guests and create lasting memories. Iconic venues should be visually exciting! You'll find a number of architectural wonders, creating the perfect ambiance for any celebration, big or small.
3 - Versatility is key when it comes to iconic venues. See it as a blank canvas. Our venue partners are experienced hosts and will work tirelessly to create your showcase event, no matter what the layout, theme or personal touches. Iconic venues really stand out from the rest with the very best service and attention to detail on offer.
St Paul's Roof Pavilion
The St Paul’s Roof Pavilion operates as an independent, space, whilst also benefitting from the convivial and festive atmosphere within the Royal Festival Hall. Aided with access to a private rooftop courtyard and balcony; lets just say this venue is gorgeous!