The Setting

One Marylebone is the epitome of romance, the perfect setting for a dream wedding ceremony and reception. One Marylebone sits on its own island opposite Great Portland Street Underground Tube Station. The venue is in Central London with close by landmarks including; Great Portland Street, Marylebone High Street, Euston Road and Regent’s Park Underground Station.

The Vibe

Built in 1826 on its own ‘island’ and designed by Sir John Soane, the venue was delicately refurbished before opening its doors in 2008, and has been hosting beautiful weddings ever since. Situated just moments from Regents Park with a private off-road entrance, the venue boasts three impressive versatile spaces, and landscaped courtyard garden.

One Marylebone has been aptly described as ‘classic meets contemporary’. The venue is beautifully light, bright and elegant. The symmetrically designed building and clean white walls make it a stylish and sophisticated space. One Marylebone still boasts many of the original Sir John Soane features to include beautiful stain glass windows and an altar area that offers the perfect dance floor! One Marylebone is fully licensed to hold wedding ceremonies and can accommodate Brides & Grooms from all different religions and countries.

The Galleries

An open plan ‘u’ shaped space flooded with natural daylight, floor to ceiling windows and adorned with beautiful Baccarat chandeliers. The East Gallery is licensed for civil ceremonies, the South Gallery is perfect for celebratory cocktails and canapés and the West Gallery beautifully accommodates an intimate wedding breakfast.

The Belfry

A private suite for the bridal party.

Soane Hall

Located on the ground floor, the Soane Hall is the jewel in the crown of One Marylebone. Licensed for civil ceremonies and a fabulous setting for dinner and dancing, with a natural dance floor at the original altar area.

The Garden

A private landscaped courtyard garden to the West of the building, with dappled light streaming through the striking 200 year old ‘London Plane’ trees.