Whitehall London, SW1A


victorian grade ii listed building features unique design and room layout flexibility.
hall – situated on the ground floor. shaped as a shield, it has a high ceiling, beautifully restored polished wooden floor and a removable raised stage.
with its large windows, the hall benefits from natural light but can easily be darkened.
at first floor level, above the reception area, there is a minstrel”™s gallery.
the hall”™s flexibility makes it a perfect venue for a variety of events. fully equipped with modern audio-visual facilities, it can host theatre- style presentations and conferences, round-table meetings as well as exhibitions.
alternatively, it can be used for seated luncheons and dinners or for cocktail receptions.
the library is located above the hall on the second floor; access to this room is via an exquisite stone and marble staircase.
semi-circular in shape, the library benefits from plenty of natural lighting, floor to ceiling book shelves overflowing with precious books and a gallery which runs around the upper floor.
it is an ideal and unique setting for many types of events – from roundtable discussions to elegant dinners and cocktail receptions.
this light and well proportioned reading room overlooking whitehall is on the second floor of the venue, adjacent to the library.
with impressive views over whitehall and natural lighting, the reading room is an elegant and distinguished setting for any meeting, reception or formal dinner.

Underground stations

  •  Charing Cross



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