The magnificent Sovereigns’ Room (formerly the Club's Ballroom), with its ornate sky-painted ceiling and mirrored panelling, creates the perfect ambience for wedding receptions for up to 200 guests or 140 seated. This spacious room also offers Hearing Loop facilities for members and guests.
RAF Club Meetings & Events from 17th May 2021
Following the Government roadmap to lifting restrictions across the UK announced on 22nd February 2021, the RAF Club team are currently now taking bookings for meetings and events from 17th May 2021(Step 3), the date at which the Club is scheduled to begin welcoming members back.
If you wish to hold an event after this date please leave an enquiry via email or using the contact form here www.rafclub.org.uk/enquire-functions and a member of the team will respond.
Please note that attendees are restricted to the ‘Rule of 6’ or 2 households initially. This is expected to increase in flexibility as we move into the summer and beyond.
Should you already have an event booked over the coming months, you will be contacted by a member of the team to reconfirm. We are prioritising enquiries by date order, so please bear with us at this time.
Details of what is currently permitted within each Step, as per the official Government roadmap, can be found here www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Thank you, we look forward to welcoming you back to the Club!
The Royal Air Force Club, overlooking beautiful Green Park, offers you the opportunity to marry and celebrate your wedding with family and friends at one of London’s finest private members’ clubs, without the need to be a member. Following the disruption so many couples have experienced in planning and holding their wedding in 2020, the RAF Club would love to assist with a safe, secure and elegant wedding in a Covid-Secure venue.
Steeped in history and offering rooms with striking original features and artwork, 128 Piccadilly provides a unique ambience for your special day with a selection of elegant rooms, rich in character, for you to choose from, along with two rooms licensed for marriage ceremonies. Our experienced events team will ensure your wedding day is perfect and support you through every step of the planning process.
"Leading up to the wedding, and throughout the whole day you were totally amazing, continually going above and beyond our expectations. Everything was organised perfectly, with great attention to detail! We couldn’t get over how beautiful the Presidents’ Room looked for our wedding breakfast, it really took our breath away.You helped make our wedding such a special and unforgettable occasion, and we cannot thank you enough." Club Members Iain & Sophie
For further information on holding your wedding at the Club, please contact the Meeting & Events Team on 020 7399 1004/5 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Presidents’ Room
A classic, versatile room, decorated with elegant portraits of distinguished past Presidents of the Club located on the first floor. Ideal for smaller wedding parties of up to 40 guests seated.
The Hodges Room
The Hodges Room, situated off the Club’s ‘Squadron Badge Corridor’, commemorates Air Chief Marshal Sir Lewis Hodges, who was instrumental in securing the future of the Royal Air Force Club. This intimate room can seat up to 30 guests.
Battle of Britain Suite
The modern, yet classic, Battle of Britain Suite on the lower ground floor incorporates both the Spitfire Room and Hurricane Room and works well as a contemporary wedding space for up to 40 guests seated. The Battle of Britain Suite can also accommodate a dancefloor for wedding receptions.
The Lancaster Room
A new addition to the Club’s versatile range of function rooms is the Lancaster Room. Occupying the space which formerly housed the Club’s Study – the Lancaster Room is a light and airy medium-sized room with feature fireplace, alcoves and aviation artwork. The space would suit a small wedding reception for up to 30 guests.
The Churchill Bar
The stunning Churchill Bar off the main ground floor corridor is a striking space for a wedding reception for up to 80 people and features many portraits of notable RAF Officers throughout the years.