Wedding Photographer Connaught Hotel
I have had the great pleasure of being a wedding photographer Connaught Hotel in Mayfair on several occasions.
Now part of The Maybourne Hotel Group with sister hotels Claridges and The Berkeley it is a luxury five star hotel. A perfect wedding venue in one of the most elegant hotels in London.
The photograph immediately below was taken during a wedding reception in The Mayfair Room. The first function room to be built in this part of the city for 80 years. The work to create the room, carried out by Guy Oliver, includes a sprung parquet floor, full-length antique mirrors, surfaces that cast a gentle light across the room.
I always enjoy photographing weddings in London and I particularly look forward to photographing at this London Hotel again so do get in touch if you are planning your wedding ceremony or reception there. You can contact me by telephone on 07843 437046 or use the contact form here
This London hotel first opened in 1815 as the Prince of Saxe Coburg Hotel, and was originally a pair of Georgian houses in Charles Street, near Grosvenor Square. In 1935, Rudolph Richard, a young Swiss hotelier, became general manager of the Connaught and ran the hotel almost as an English private house, with the highest standards of comfort and service. In 1956, the Connaught was acquired by the Savoy Group, owners of Claridge’s, The Berkeley and the Savoy Hotel in London. In 2005, the Savoy Group, including the Connaught, was sold to Quinlan Private, which sold off the Savoy Hotel and Savoy Theatre and renamed the group Maybourne Hotel Group.
I enjoy photographing weddings in London. I particularly look forward to photographing at this London Hotel again. Do get in touch if you are planning your wedding ceremony or reception there. You can contact me by telephone on 07843 437046 or use the contact form here