Dating back to the 17th century, The Belvedere, once the Summer Ballroom to the Jacobean Mansion that was Holland House, stands in the middle of one of London’s most beautiful parks. Offering an oasis of tranquillity, it is surrounded by lawns, stunning flower gardens and a picturesque fountain.
Decorated in 1920s oriental finery, the Belvedere’s lofty dining room in the park beautifully echoes its traditional surroundings. Sitting between the Orangery and the Ice House in the middle of Holland Park, the Belvedere is comprised of the ground floor, mezzanine and terrace dining rooms that evoke the original splendour of the building. With views of park life and flowering trees from every table, the atmosphere is one of tranquil fine dining.
A far cry from the minimalism of other urban establishments, front of house staff at the Belvedere work carefully to make their calm setting a point of difference. The Belvedere’s Head Chef, Gary O’Sullivan, ensures the finest cuisine. In addition, the Belvedere Cellar offers a selection of over 200 bins, carefully chosen to complement our menus and to suit a variety of palates.
Civil Ceremonies can be held in the adjoining Orangery, please contact the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea on 020 73612649 for further information.