Wedding photography at One Whitehall Place The Royal Horseguards Hotel
London wedding photography at The Royal Horseguards, One Whitehall Place
A Potted History of One Whitehall Place
One Whitehall Place was originally built from 1882-1887 as the National Liberal Club to promote Liberal interests throughout the United Kingdom, especially the services of Gladstone.
The building was designed around an impressive central unsupported marble staircase, and the Club's impressive neo-gothic building over the Embankment of the River Thames is the second-largest clubhouse ever built.
The architectural heritage of the building has earned it Grade I status, and has made it one of London’s most iconic buildings.
Wedding photography opportunities at One Whitehall Place
Its facilities included a dining room, a bar, function rooms, a billiards room, a smoking room and reading room and is a dream for wedding photographers to work at with all its endless photo opportunities.
In 1985 the adjacent 5-star Royal Horseguards Hotel took over two floors of the Club so these floors were renovated and re-identified as One Whitehall Place.
One Whitehall Place consists of seven function rooms (including the splendid Gladstone Library), that can accommodate events of 30 to 650 people, offering great wedding photograph opportunities with its stunning views over the Thames and the London Eye.
All of the function rooms boast fine examples of the architecture and interior design, which provide a magnificent back drop for some truly memorable wedding photography.
Situated on the banks of the Thames this wonderfully located luxury London wedding venue has great transport links with tube stations and railways nearby.
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