Wedding Photography – The Berkeley Hotel – Venue of the Week
Originating as a coffee shop this legendary venue officially became a hotel in 1897 and reopened in its Knightsbridge location in 1972. The Berkeley has always had innovation as a priority, paving the way for many other venues by being one of the first hotels to have air conditioning in the 1920s and by being the first hotel in the UK to introduce Ipads for personal guest use.
The Berkeley has caught the eye of many diverse experts in design, architecture, cuisine & even cars. They have a two Michelin-starred restaurant opened by the esteemed Chef Marcus Wareing, the only Ferrari Atelier outside of Italy, and even a room designed by renowned interior designer, David Collins who created a bespoke shade of blue, ‘Lutyens Blue’ just for The Berkeley Hotels’ ‘Blue Bar.’
The Berkeley also has a variety of gorgeous rooms that make an incredible setting for parties, events and especially weddings. We love any opportunity for wedding photography in this hotel. Their Ballroom has a capacity of 250 guests but adjoins to their Belgravia Room to give a reception capacity of up to 600 guests. It was designed by interior architect John Heah and features many striking details such as its three-dimensional ceiling.
Cameo Photography looks forward to continuing to work in this inspiring space alongside the proactive and always helpful team at The Berkeley Hotel.