Are you a blushing bride, having just been asked for your hand in marriage by the groom-to-be, Mr Right? Did he get down on one knee and propose with an engagement diamond ring hand? If so - and we hope you said yes - you’re both probably now searching for the ideal venue in London to hold an engagement celebration with your friends and family.
This guide to the best bars and restaurants in London for hosting engagement parties caters for all budget sizes and number of guests. This engagement party guide has bars and restaurants that include private dining, DJ/music facilities, canapé and Champagne receptions, romantic views, floating parties and lots and lots dancing.
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Tags: Weddings, Hen's & Stag's
The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant
Belgravia / Bar / Restaurant / Hotel / Cuisine: British
Celebrate your big news with a celebratory dinner and drinks in The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant, just off Sloane Street in the glamorous surroundings of Jumeirah Carlton Tower; the perfect location to share the excitement with close friends and family. With three private dining rooms available, The Rib Room can cater for groups of 8-16, showcasing the best of traditional British cuisine using fresh, seasonal produce on menus starting from £40 per person. For larger cocktail parties, the Garden Rooms are also available located in Jumeirah Carlton Tower. To book your engagement party at The Rib Room, please call 020 7858 7250 or email email@example.com
Palm Court & Adelphi Suite
West End / Restaurant / Hotel / Cuisine: International
One of the capital's most iconic hotels, The Waldorf Hilton in the heart of London's Theatre district is home to an elegant oak-panelled former Gentlemen's smoking room, know as the Executive Boardroom, that is perfect for intimate engagement parties. At The Waldorf Hilton, flexible banqueting - click here for the banquet menu - and unrivalled service is always accompanied by a uniquely 5-star flavour.
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