London is world famous for many things like finance, fashion or investment, but it also has some of the finest ballrooms in the world.
Going to a ball isn't just about dancing, it's one of the best places to network and find new friends and business partners - but you must arrive early for best effect.
- Grosvenor House Hotel used to host the Russian Ball until 2017. It was often attended by a variety of people including the odd celebrity or two.
- Bvlgari Hotels are located in Knightsbridge. It has a ballroom that occupies an entire floor and can seat upto 140 guests, bar, restaurant, spa, fitness centre, rooms and suits. So, when you've danced the night away you won't need to order a taxi home (even though the concierge could do that for you), you can just take the life to your luxury room.
- Grand Ballroom At The Montcalm is famous for it's glittering crystal chandeliers and macassar ebony wood detail. The Grand Ballroom is situated at Marble Arch (central London) and is the ideal venue for unforgettable weddings as well as spectacular events and business meetings. Providing luxurious ambience, magnificent décor and exceptional hospitality Grand Ballroom will exceed your expectations.
- Lancaster Ballroom at the Savoy is one of the largest, most glamorous, and most historic ballrooms in London. It first opened in 1910 and still retains much of its original opulent Edwardian décor. It features a fully open space (no internal pillars) and is one of the prime spots for grand receptions, balls, weddings, conferences and luncheons.
- Palm Court - Waldorf Hilton was used in the movie "A Night to Remember". They host a Tango Supper every month.
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