We do love discovering exciting places and London is never short of fresh adventure. We’d heard about a new event venue opening and we were there with bells (and cameras) on. Our good friend and talented photographer Vojtech Bartonicek helped us capture the spectacle of Grace Hall.

We popped in to see this event-specific space on their launch day. After a quick glass of bubbly, we were taken on a tour and Vojtech absorbed the beauty of this place through his lens.


Grace Hall breathes new life into the former Grace & Co Bank building. The tasteful art deco stylings are testament to its history of wealth. The Main Hall boasts high ceilings, bolstered by mighty pillars rooted on a lavish marble floor. A beautiful setting for memorable weddings, impressive launch parties and spectacular dinners.

Descend into the Grace Below room, this one will really impress your guests. The visually striking wallpaper teems with life; a beautiful tapestry of vivid foliage that made us want to redecorate our home immediately. This room can be set for long lunches, dinners and cocktail receptions guaranteed to dazzle your lucky invitees.


We scaled the spiral staircase to find the Director’s Observatory. This gorgeous room features an ornate window overlooking the historic Leadenhall Market. You can gather here for private dining experiences, meetings and more intimate events.


You can bank on Grace Hall being perfect for special occasions.

Fancy booking Grace Hall for your unique event? Flavour Venue Search is ready to help you with all your venue finding requirements.

Big thanks to photographer Vojtech Bartonicek for getting some beautiful shots on the day. If you’re looking for a savvy snapper with a keen eye, contact him on:


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