The London wedding venue scene has a new contender: Andaz Liverpool Street, which is now available to hire for wedding ceremonies and receptions. The five-star hotel, situated in a 19th-century building five minutes’ walk from Liverpool Street station, is licensed for marriages and civil sponsored_longforms and has five different spaces to hire, plus exclusivity of its grand 1901 Restaurant.
The Fenchurch and Bishopsgate rooms are both licensed for ceremonies, holding 80 and 120 people respectively. Receptions can be catered for varying sizes - the smallest room, the grade I-listed Masonic Temple, holds up to 30 people, while the largest, the Great Eastern, holds up to 160 people for dinner or 400 for a cocktail reception. For a wedding breakfast with extra wow factor, couples can book The Andaz Studio, which sits up to 48 and boasts an open-plan kitchen allowing guests to watch the chefs at work.
The Great Eastern Room sits up to 160 guests for dinner or 400 for a cocktail reception, in conjunction with the Gallery
Andaz Liverpool Street’s in-house wedding manager will tailor each wedding package for couples, with sweet additions such as a complimentary suite for the bride and groom, plus special rates for wedding guests staying at the hotel. In-room spa treatments are also available for pre-wedding pampering.
The Temple room is available for dinner and ceremonies
Weddings at Andaz Liverpool Street hotel start from £145 per person in 1901 Restaurant and from £79 per person in the event spaces. Rooms start at £324 Sunday to Thursday night and £174 per night on Friday and Saturday.
For more information, contact the weddings manager on 020-7618 5613 or email@example.com
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