The Montague on the Gardens, an elegant Georgian townhouse in the heart of Bloomsbury, lends itself perfectly for weddings - guaranteeing memories you’ll cherish for a lifetime.
The stylish interior is adorned with rich furnishings and exquisite antiques to create an atmosphere of sophisticated charm, with the added benefit of the spacious wood deck and terrace overlooking the beautiful private gardens of the Bedford Estate at the rear of the property.
Organizing what is probably the most momentous day of your life can seem overwhelming at first, but fear not, as the dedicated events and operations team will ensure it’s a pleasurable experience - from the initial planning right through to the end of the celebrations.
Your own dedicated Wedding Coordinator will work alongside the Operations Manager who will oversee everything on your big day. They’ll be on hand to help and advise you, from deciding where to host each stage of the proceedings to the choice of menus and wines. Whether you envisage a summer al fresco event, an intimate indoor gathering for a few close family and friends, a big bash for a large and elaborate party, or even festive winter or New Years Eve celebrations; The Montague on the Gardens have the resources and experience to make all your dreams come true.
The mission statement at the Montague is ‘No request too large, no detail too small.’
The Montague on the Gardens Wedding Brochure >
Ticky BorrielloMonday, 17th October 2016
I celebrated my wedding at the montague. It was absolutely amazing Stephanie Luke Daria Everett and the rest of the staff were fantastic in making the day even more special ❤️❤️❤️ the venue was beautiful, the food super tasty and the dj very good. My wife and I went back one month after the wedding to celebrate. And again we were not disappointed we felt like royalties We have decided we will go every month to enjoy the great atmosphere and the superb service that this marvellous place provides. Thanks montague you will always be in our hearts.
Denise Foster Monday, 10th October 2016
So I have finally come down from the clouds of early married life and find myself with the task of writing a review about The Montague on the Gardens, where Andy and I got married this summer. To be honest I hadn't heard of the venue but as we drove past on the way to another venue we decided to pull over and take a look inside. We were greeted by Everett who sold us the venue on the spot, although don't tell him... We then drove off to see a venue in Richmond but deep down I had my heart set on The Montague. Needless to say Andy felt the same so we went back, made an appointment to meet the wonderful Stephanie and then it was full steam ahead. If you are looking for a venue where you are made to feel like you are the most important guests that they've ever had, are shown the outmost respect and curtesy from the moment you step up to the door, greeted by each and every member of staff with a smile, but most importantly have the most magical wedding you could dream of then this is the venue for you. Andy and I are a chilled out, relaxed couple so having the outdoor decking area with bbq and hog roast was just perfect. We were able to have our ceremony in the conservatory, which was lovely. The food was exquisite, the drinks flowed all day (and thanks to our guests well into the next morning) the staff were attentive without being obtrusive and we couldn't think of a better place to start our married life together. To Stephanie we'd like to say thank you for being there for us every step of the way, to all off the hotel staff we'd like to say thank you for being simply the best and to Everett we'd like to say thank you for making us want to get married at the Montague. Hopefully we will see you for our anniversary as The Montague on the Gardens will always have a very special place in our hearts. Thank you and best wishes Denise Foster. P.s I'm still getting used to the Mrs Foster part! P.P.S There are so many unexpected touches but I'll leave them as a surprise.
Sophie & Gary ConnellTuesday, 4th October 2016
Hi Steph! We are very well thank you and now back from a brief few days in Cannes soaking up the last of the summer sun! Thank you so much for making the day such a success. Your team were brilliant and really looked after us all. The Great Russell Suite took my breath away when we entered for the wedding breakfast and it looked so traditional, classy and beautiful. It really fitted in with the style of wedding we wanted. The candelabras and the lighting for the meal worked really well. The Wood deck looked great too expecially when the heaters were turned on, and the conservatory even thought the leopard print was a last minute change, worked well with the cake cutting and the lighting was perfect. It all felt very romantic. Both you and Everett were so professional and we didn’t have to worry about a thing as it was a flawless operation. Thank you and please send our gratitude and praise to your team. We have had lots of comments on what a wonderful time people had too. Of course we will see you soon as we love using the Montague for a base and most definitely we will celebrate our 1st Anniversary with you! When the photos come through we will send some to you too. Thank you all again, Best Wishes, The Connells!
Natalia & Justin DowlingWednesday, 21st September 2016
Absolutely no complaints my end, I think between us and the meetings we had, we managed to make the day run perfectly and smoothly. A special word of commendation, of course, for you and Everett (I'm sure he spells it Everitt?! I'm almost certain that's what's on his badge?!!) and how brilliant you both were on the day. Also the staff in general were excellent. I think Mrs Tollman is doing an excellent job as regards HR because everyone (and I mean everyone!) gave the impression they were all together and all part of the one team. That shows that there is a really good culture at play in the work environment at the Montague. At least that's the impression I got and I hope it's true! Feedback from the guests has been great. They all loved the hotel, the pre-eminent world being used is 'quirky' followed swiftly by 'beautiful'. My only slight comment of a downside nature would be that the DJ (who was a lovely chap) went slightly, how shall I say, off piste at times ('YMCA' was nowhere to be found on any of my playlists!!). That said he was also very accommodating when it came to ad-hoc requests from guests which always happens! So yeah, all great. I feel like I've been to the hotel so often now in the last while, I kind of miss you all! :-( We should pop in over the Christmas run in I think! Cheers for now, Justin
Gail & Simon Causton Tuesday, 6th September 2016
“Magical Wedding Weekend” When our daughter moved to London years ago, we found the Montague and have never stayed anywhere else on our visits from the U.S. In the fall when she got engaged and wanted to plan a wedding in London, it took less than a minute to decide on the perfect venue...and perfect it was. Over the years, we have gotten to know so many of faces at the Montague and the kindness, attentiveness and loveliness of the staff never disappoint. I honestly don't even know where to start but from the rooms, activities and meals, everything was cared for with perfection. Each of our out of town guests were amazed by the personal attention, which comes naturally to those who work at the Montague. The ceremony was gorgeous, the BBQ was delicious and the celebration party was fun, fun, fun! Special mention to Everett and Stephanie for answering every email and for attending to every detail (even the sword and champagne ritual) and to Mohammed, Guiherme, Cezar, Raymond, Lucia, Emma and Arjeta, the weekend would not have been the same without you. And Jorge...thanks for making special arrangements to be available for the weekend. The vendors the hotel recommended were outstanding...from the beautiful flowers and unbelievably fun magician/DJ we would trust the Montague explicitly. Dirk, you run an amazing hotel and we could not have asked for anyone better to work with. We look forward to many more visits to the Montague...see you at Christmas, if not sooner.