Conveniently located a three-minute walk from Waterloo station Hello Darling is a venue that offers events with an intriguing twist. The quirky, vibrant venue décor has been curated by theatre design duo Darling and Edge, the property simply exudes fun.
Alongside an incredible range of tantalising cocktails, Hello Darling’s menu has been designed by the 2013 MasterChef winner Natalie Coleman, and an array of food from canapés to a seasonal a la carte menu can be ordered.
Different sized tables and the option to book an entire room, or the whole venue allows for flexible group booking of up to 150 guests standing or 80 seated. A great venue for a unique social experience.
Great Scotland Yard will be the first hotel from Hyatt’s ‘Unbound’ collection to open in the UK. Located in Westminster and built within the original head quarters of the metropolitan police, the luxurious interior décor nods towards the buildings original 1820’s roots; with secret doors, hidden rooms, shields, emblems and historic details.
When open there will be 152 guest rooms, including 22 suites and one standalone townhouse. The hotel will offer a signature restaurant, library, gym, whiskey bar, cocktail bar, palm court style lounge, and a 120-capacity ballroom.
The Biltmore, Mayfair will be the first UK property from LXR Hotels & Resorts, it is located opposite London’s Grosvenor Square and is a short walk from Oxford street.
The hotel will offer 308 immaculately decorated rooms, including 57 curated suites. There are also gardens an alfresco terrace, cocktail bar and fitness suite.
The hotel will offer an array of flexible event areas that can be personalised depending on the needs of the event. The Kendal, Waterloo and Manhattan suites lend themselves to small groups of up to 25 guests. While for showcase events the 5,380 square-foot ballroom will offer space for 700.
48 years and 1,500 meters is all that separates London’s original Hard Rock Café and the new Hard Rock Hotel, which now occupies an incredible art deco building, overlooking marble arch. The interior styling has been described as ‘Elegant chic’; a spectacular memorabilia collection, that at its heart boasts the piano from Freddie Mercury’s childhood home, sits amongst 1920s styled furniture that has been chosen to reflect the London that many of the capitals visitors have come to see.
With 900 stylish suites and rooms, two bars, and one restaurant, the hotel is one of the largest in London. It currently has 19 individual technology enabled meeting and event spaces, the largest of which can seat 350 delegates theatre style. While these are currently decorated with contemporary lighting and modern amenities they are due to be redesigned in the Hard Rock style when phase two of the renovation kicks off later this year.
An address in the city’s beating heart; One Aldwych is a place to enjoy, from innovative dining destinations and craft cocktails to an in-house screening room, health club and pool. Recently refurbished, One Aldwych has 86 rooms and 16 suites which have been designed to evoke the style of an elegant, modern residence and offer the latest user-friendly technology.
With a variety of private meeting rooms, One Aldwych can accommodate groups of up to 50 delegates to small meetings. Each room offers state-of-the-art technology including the latest audio-visual equipment and complimentary WiFi.