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    One Marylebone

    NW1 4AQ

    A grand, neoclassical building situated next to London’s Regent’s Park, One Marylebone is a flexible and elegant venue.

    Built in 1826 on its own ‘island’ in the heart of the capital, One Marylebone opened its doors in 2008 and quickly rose to become one of the leading event spaces in the Capital. Beautifully refurbished to the original designs of Sir John Soane, the historic building was the first venue to open under the luxurious One Events portfolio.

    The Soane Hall is the jewel in the crown of One Marylebone; at over 27 feet in height, the prestigious space is both impressive in size and beauty. Opulent mosaics and stained glass windows evoke everlasting elegance. The 2nd floor contemporary and light Galleries are the perfect setting for pre-dinner drinks or can be used on their own for a multitude of events.

    The venue has attracted leading brands across a variety of industries, with a focus on fashion and beauty, combining the iconic grandeur with modern extravagance.  Able to host standing receptions for 800 and sit down dinners for 400 or more intimate parties for under 100, One Marylebone is one of London’s most flexible and unique venues.

    One Dining:

    One Dining is the in-house catering division for One Events, and is perfectly placed to serve our three venues. Offering an exceptional level of food, drink, style and service alongside an unrivalled understanding of the venues, One Dining offers clients a premium service that can work with a variety of budgets. With a wealth of experience planning and delivering a diverse range of weddings, corporate and private parties, One Dining brings elegance, creativity, innovation and originality to any event.

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    One Marylebone was designed by Sir John Soane and built in 1826 to celebrate the defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. The Neo-Classical building is a great example of the great architect Soane whose best-known work is the Bank of England. The Grade I listed Church is one of three London churches by Soane and is considered the most architecturally distinguished of the three. The building was decorated in the mid twentieth century and opened as an events venue in 2007.

    Soane Hall Reception 500, Dinner 400, Dinner Dance 360, Conference 400
    The Galleries Reception 300, Dinner 100 per gallery, Conference 150 per gallery