Standing out like an exotic palace in the middle of Brighton is Royal Pavilion, where you can explore and find the charms of the Far East. Each visit is like being transported to scenes from the Arabian Nights.
Built in the Indo-Saracenic style which was popular in India during the 19th century, Royal Pavilion was the former residence and seaside retreat of the prince regent, who then became King George IV. The pavilion’s eye-catching features include onion domes, vaulted roofs, scalloped arches, harem windows, open arcades, and minarets.
Soon after King George IV died, the city of Brighton purchased the Royal Pavilion estate, which is now known as Brighton Pavilion. The place’s interiors were also redesigned, mainly by the Frederick Crace and Robert Jones firm, which introduced Oriental furniture and Chinese décor.
Nowadays, Royal Pavilion is booked for educational forums, as well as banquets and weddings. If you’re looking for an extravagant venue for your event, then consider holding it at Royal Pavilion in Brighton for a truly unforgettable experience.
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