Venue Name: The In & Out

Website: www.itavenues.co.uk/venues/the-in-and-out

Location: No 4, St James’s Square, London, SW1Y 4JU

Please tell us a little about The In & Out’s History

The In & Out, formally known as The Naval & Military Club, is a beautiful grade II listed building which is set in the heart of London’s West End. This wonderful wedding venue retains all of its original features, from the grand staircase to the ornate fireplaces within each of the rooms. Not only does The In & Out contain beautiful staterooms, it also has a secluded courtyard that can play host to wonderful summer wedding drinks receptions.

The In and Out wedding venue in London

Is The In & Out licensed for wedding ceremonies?

The In & Out has two rooms that are licensed for wedding ceremonies, the King Harald V Room that can accommodate up to 90 guests and the Coffee Room that can accommodate up to 150 guests.

Wedding ceremony seating in King Harald V Room at The In and Out

What can a couple expect from having their wedding at The In & Out?

The grandeur of the In & Out creates a spectacular location for a couple‚Äôs wedding day. With a service that will ensure everything flows seamlessly and a venue to take your guests’ breathe away, this venue and its team ensures every small detail is taken care of resulting in a day to remember.

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Venue Name: Little Ship Club

Website: www.itavenues.co.uk/venues/little-ship-club

Location: Bell Wharf Lane, Upper Thames Street, London, EC4R 3TB

Please tell us a little about Little Ship Club’s history

The Little Ship Club was founded in 1926 as a meeting place for sailors working in the city during the week, excellently positioned on the River Thames next to Southwark Bridge, putting itself at the heart of city life where it remains today. The venue makes the perfect location for a couple’s London wedding, located right on the River Thames with views of The Shard.

Little Ship Club Exterior

Is Little Ship Club licensed for wedding ceremonies?

Little Ship Club has two rooms that are licensed for wedding ceremonies, the Library which overlooks the river and can accommodate up to 70 guests, and the Dining Room, a larger room which also looks over the river and can accommodate up to 150 guests for a ceremony.

Little Ship Club View of Bridge

Do you offer exclusive use?

Little Ship Club can be hired exclusively for weddings on both Saturdays and Sundays.

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Venue Name: Haberdashers’ Hall

Website: www.itavenues.co.uk/venues/haberdashers-hall

Location: 18 West Smithfield, London, EC1A 9HQ

Please tell us a little about Haberdashers’ Hall’s history

Designed by Sir Michael Hopkins and Partners and constructed by Holloway White Allom, the Hall is a modern venue with a historic heritage. The original Haberdashers’ Hall was burnt down in the great fire in 1666, and with the second building being destroyed in an air raid, the current Haberdashers’ Hall was then built and re-opened in 2002, and the opening was attended by Her Majesty the Queen.

Haberdashers' Hall Entrance

Is Haberdashers’ Hall licensed for wedding ceremonies?

Haberdashers’ Hall has three rooms that are licensed for wedding ceremonies – the wonderfully bright an open Orangery which can accommodate up to 90 guests, the traditional and elegant Court Room that can accommodate up to 90 guests, and the main Livery Hall which can accommodate up to 150 guests.

Haberdashers' Hall Orangery Ceremony

What can a couple expect from having their wedding at Haberdashers’ Hall?

Haberdashers’ Hall is a London wedding venue that although modern in style is steeped in history. With a secluded courtyard in the heart of the city this venue provides you with a wonderful outdoor space and a beautiful livery hall that comes alive. With exceptional service and an outstanding venue a couple can be sure their day will be truly spectacular.

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Venue Name: 28 Portland Place

Website: www.itavenues.co.uk/venues/28-portland-place

Location: 28 Portland Place, London, W1B 1LY

Please tell us a little about 28 Portland Place’s history

28 Portland Place is a beautifully historic building dating back to 1775. The building itself was designed by the renowned Scottish architects the Adam brothers, Robert and James, and one of the wonderful suites within 28 Portland Place, the Adam Suite, was named after them.

28 Portland Place

What type of venue is 28 Portland Place?

28 Portland Place is a Georgian Townhouse.

Is 28 Portland Place licensed for wedding ceremonies?

28 Portland Place has two rooms that are licensed for ceremonies, both the Sainsbury’s Room on the ground floor and the Heggie Room on the first floor. Both rooms can accommodate up to 90 guests for the ceremony

28 Portland Place Adam Suite Wedding Ceremony

What can a couple expect from having their wedding at 28 Portland Place?

A wedding at 28 Portland Place combines the traditional ambience of a historic building and the contemporary feel of high ceilings and wonderfully large panelled windows, which fill the rooms with bursts of natural daylight. Whether a couple is looking for an intimate affair of up to 40 guests or an evening of dancing for up to 100, this venue can make your vision a reality.

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Venue Name: Phoenicia Hotel Malta

Website: www.phoeniciamalta.com

Location: Valletta, Malta

Please tell us a little about Phoenicia Hotel Malta’s history

Phoenicia Hotel was built in 1939 by Lord and Lady Strickland, who wanted to provide a cosmopolitan, international clientele with a prestigious five-star hotel that boasted a standard of comfort and service equal to that of the best hotels in any European capital.

Due to the breakout of war the hotel was not officially opened, but was used by RAF personnel during their days off. The left wing of the hotel, by the Pegasus Brasserie, was hit by bombs and was rebuilt soon after the war.

The hotel was officially opened in 1947 by Lady Margaret Strickland, His Grace Michael Gonzi, Archbishop of Malta and Lord Francis Campell, then Sir Francis, Governor of Malta, and it quickly became established as a the island’s most celebrated hotel.

Its popularity continues today and it attracts visitors from across the globe as well as being firmly established as a leading venue for society events and weddings in Malta.

In addition to local couples, the Phoenicia is becoming increasingly popular with couples from the UK seeking an overseas wedding. Its proximity to Malta International Airport, with easy access and low-cost flights from across Europe, provides easy access for guests, and with an average of 300 sunny days annually, you can expect some serious sunshine for the big day.

Phoenicia Hotel Facade

What type of venue is Phoenicia Hotel Malta?

Renowned as one of the most exclusive and historic wedding venues on the island of Malta, the Phoenicia Hotel boasts a sense of grandeur and an art deco inspired interior. There are over seven acres of exquisite gardens and a spectacular outdoor pool which is set against the walls of UNESCO World Heritage City Valletta.

Phoenicia Hotel Palm Court Lounge

Who works at Phoenicia Hotel Malta?

A team of 120 staff work at Phoenicia Hotel, led by General Manager Charles Azzopardi. The hotel has received numerous awards for its outstanding service, with repeated acclaim from customer review sites and a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.

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