Best Venue Space in the City
The rooftop garden, originally designed by Arabella Lennox-Boyd, takes its inspiration from Corbusier’s Fifth Elevation, bold and formal. The interior of the restaurant is sleek and elegant using rich walnut veneer wall panelling, Jura limestone flooring, soft leather chairs and mocha upholstered banquettes.
Coq d’Argent sits high above the noise of the City, surrounded by a secret garden. Whatever the weather, you can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere and panoramic views of our covered and heated rooftop terraces.
A masterclass in French cooking at its best, the restaurant is the ideal place to escape those day-to-day stresses and enjoy top-class food, discreet service, fine wines and the feeling of being well and truly taken care of. Coq d’Argent has a long established reputation for excellence, not only in the quality we bestow but also for the care and attention to detail displayed by the whole team.
Ironmongers’ Hall was completed in 1925 and is the home of the Worshipful Company of Ironmongers, who received their Charter from King Edward IV in 1463.
This beautifully maintained hall is AIM accredited and does have air-conditioning and natural daylight throughout. It is discreetly located in the City of London and even offers a charming courtyard within its grounds.
Our team take ownership in their day to day roles and pride themselves on delivering an exceptional standard of service. Our catering is provided by Fare who source the best ingredients from impeccable suppliers and employ award-winning chefs to produce mouth-watering food. We have used social media, familiarisation trips and referral schemes to attract new clients to the Hall, but find that word of mouth is the most successful marketing channel of all.
We have recently introduced cocktail making demonstrations and tutored wine tastings to our clients in addition to our ever-popular historical tours of the building. This gives our clients added value and is reflected in fact that we have an excellent rate of repeat business at 54%.
Landing Forty Two (Created by Venue Lab)
Landing Forty Two is London’s Highest Dedicated Event Space with breath-taking 360 degree, uninterrupted views of the City and Thames river through the striking floor to ceiling windows. Served by the fastest glass lifts in Europe and at 500ft above the hustle and bustle of the city, Landing Forty Two in the Cheesegrater Skyscraper, is a bespoke, architectural spectacle offering 5,000sqft of flexible event space.
Landing Forty Two is a highly sought after event destination. Unlike many other venues, we are geared solely for corporate hire and not otherwise open to the general public. With a minimal drop out rate on all our events, we provide the platform for ultimate guest engagement.
The amenities Landing Forty Two provides are modern, innovative, technologically advanced and make for seamless and thought-provoking events. The investment in back-end event management software ensures a smooth and well managed event process for all clients at Landing Forty Two.
The award-winning Museum of London tells the incredible story of the world’s greatest city and its people. Through its immersive galleries, visitors are taken on a journey exploring London’s history from prehistoric times to the present day via the Roman, Medieval, Georgian and Victoria eras.
The Museum is a stunning venue for both daytime and evening events. Designed with events in mind, these unique spaces provide the perfect backdrop for drinks receptions, dinner and conferences.
By staging at event in the expansive galleries clients have access to our collections and the expertise behind them. The museum uses its collection of objects and personal stories to inspire a passion for London.
Located in the heart of the City, the Museum of London is a recognised industry leader in promoting sustainability, with its green roof, rainwater harvesting programme and bee-friendly wild meadow.
30 St Mary Axe, informally known as The Gherkin due to its unusual shape, was built by renowned British architect Sir Norman Foster in 2004.The building has become a recognisable feature of London’s Skyline. The skyscraper, located in the heart of the City of London, is home to Searcys at The Gherkin which operates on the top 4 floors of this beautiful building. Level 39 and 40 are situated in the glass dome at the top of Searcys at The Gherkin and offer unforgettable 360 degree views of London from 180 metres high. When in the dome you feel like a bird in the sky as you are surrounded by clear glass and have views across London seeing as far as Kent on a clear day.
Both floors are available for exclusive hire for corporate and private events. Searcys at The Gherkin also operates as a bar and restaurant for the tenants of the building and its private members. Located on level 38, Searcys at The Gherkin, has two beautiful private dining rooms and also homes one of the most unique and exclusive Private Members’ Club in London.
Based in the heart of the City of London, The Brewery is a Grade II-listed building, recognised for corporate events since 1976.
2016 was the most successful year on record for The Brewery hosting 38,837 delegates for conferences and achieving 11% growth in turnover year on year.
The Brewery has a series of values: stewardship, inclusivity, integrity and transparency. These values are used to drive service standards and make all staff feel part of the historic traditions associated with The Brewery. The Brewery’s approach is to offer unrivalled, unassuming levels of service, to always be one step ahead of the client, assume the needs of the event and to listen to feedback and adapt.
The marketplace menu provides delegates with an impressive array of foods from around the world and menus are tailored to individual conference styles with new food stall menus designed to service events who want to encourage networking.
The Brewery believes it is important to provide a contribution to the local area and works with a number of charities. In 2016 staff members worked with disabled children at Downright Excellent and served food, supplied by The Brewery kitchen, at the Tower Hamlets food bank.
The Pavilion at the Tower of London an Ultimate Experience Venue
The stunning Pavilion at the Tower of London can accommodate up to 1,200 guests for receptions, between 300-700 guests for conferences and seated dinners respectively. There is no other venue in the City of London which has such a distinguished backdrop or capacity to match The Pavilion.
The versatile yet elegant marquee is set amid the private garden of the Tower of London’s northern moat. The installation provides an amazing space for a variety of events including summer and Christmas parties, charity dinners, conferences and award ceremonies.
The Pavilion is like no other event space in the City of London. Being situated in the shadow of one of London’s most iconic landmarks, The Pavilion is guaranteed to leave guests lost for words. The extraordinary visual impact of this iconic venue must be seen to be believed.