If you are planning an intimate conference in or around West London, then we have the ideal venues for you. Take a look below and see what catches your eye.
One of Toms Kitchen’s biggest strengths is its versatility, with 3 separate spaces available for hire in all. These offer respective seated capacities of 60, 40 or 22, meaning that you can achieve the more intimate feel you desire no matter the room you opt for. Better yet, each of the spaces has its own individual features and appeal, from the open plan kitchen in the ground floor brasserie, to the private bar in the first floor dining room, and the grand table and lounging area in the second floor private room. Throughout the entirety of the venue, you can enjoy delicious food courtesy of award-winning chef, Tom Aikens, hence the name.
Bumpkin Chelsea aims to offer a home from home atmosphere, making it a perfect place for a more laid-back approach. This Great British Brasserie uses locally sourced, seasonal ingredients of the highest quality to offer the best of classic British cuisine. There is a private dining room as well as The Secret Garden, which offers access to The Chelsea Gardener, a little oasis in the heart of the city, where you can make the most of the beautiful outdoor space with a BBQ if you so wish, offering your guests something a little different from the corporate norm.
Dirty Bones would make for a wonderful alternative choice, well and truly leaving behind the drab office blocks of the city. This underground labyrinth boasts a main bar area, complete with leather sofa seating, a vintage pinball machine, torn wallpaper and a kitsch, funky style; the adjacent dining room with its cut crystal lights, book shelves and retro knickknacks; and the discreetly tucked away private lounge, which comes with its own bar, state of the art sound system, projector and screen, meaning any production needs should be met with ease.
If it is an altogether more elegant and simplistic finish that you were hoping for, then The Lavery Room could be just what you need. This stunning space was once the studio of renowned painter and socialite, Sir John Lavery, but it has since been sensitively updated to function as a flexible contemporary event space, without sacrificing any of the period features that grant it its beauty and charm. Highlights include the polished oak floor, the large marble fireplace and the floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the interior with an abundance of natural light.
Belgraves is a modern business hotel, and as such, offers the very highest standard of finish and service throughout. The event spaces have such a sumptuous feel, in fact, that you could easily believe it was a private members club. The striking contemporary design has allowed it to play host to all manner of corporate related gatherings, including book launches, press events, meetings, cocktail receptions and conferences, meaning they certainly know a thing or two about running a successful event. Well connected, it sits within walking distance of Victoria train station and several tube stops.