The Admiral Hardy is a hotel wedding venue located in London, England. Home to a traditional pub and restaurant the hotel is centrally located in the city's Greenwich borough, famed for its rich maritime history. The venue contains a number of spaces to host an elegant ceremony, wedding breakfast, or evening reception. Their staff are dedicated to going above and beyond to help turn your vision into a reality, for a celebration you'll cherish for a lifetime.
Facilities and Capacity
You and your guests can enjoy a beautiful wedding in one of The Admiral Hardy's function rooms. These spaces are bright and airy but not without the perfect amount of old-world charm, containing warm wooden floors, a fireplace, and antique furnishings. Accommodating up to 120 of your nearest and dearest, Clarence Hall is located on the second floor and features double-height ceilings and a built-in bar. More intimate occasions can be hosted in The Admiral Room, which can host up to 60. Floor plans for both of these rooms can be customised to fit the needs of your event. The hotel contains 7 well-appointed guest rooms with comfortable beds, a TV, a desk, and more. In addition to their extensive wine list and hand-crafted cocktails, the on-site pub and restaurant serves up a range of mouth-watering selections to curb your appetite.
The Admiral Hardy is licensed to host civil ceremonies, making it possible to host your entire wedding day under one roof. Their flexible rooms can be configured to accommodate buffet-style meals, as well as standing celebrations with a dance floor. Live bands and DJs are permitted on the premises, and they can prepare delicious meals in their on-site kitchen. They offer a variety of food and beverage packages that can include canapés, 3-course meals, late-night bites and more.
This hotel is located at the corner of the Greenwich Market, with easy access to the neighbourhood's wide array of amenities and attractions. You and your guests can enjoy the tranquillity of nearby Greenwich Park or take a stroll along the Thames. It's 35 minutes from Central London and less than an hour from Gatwick Airport using public transportation.