The Lotos Room
Discreet and private
Luxuriously panelled in banded cherrywood and walnut, the Lotos Room is furnished with leather chairs and an imposing 18-seater boardroom table for business meetings, but is equally suited to drinks or dining.
Recently refurbished, the 68 sq m Lotos Room is hung with portraits of movie stars from the 1920s and 1930s by the renowned Hollywood photographer George Hurrell. With bespoke mahogany and walnut furniture, it is perfect for drinks for up to 60 people, or dining for 45 at separate tables.
The Sargent Room
The natural choice
Enjoying natural daylight, the mahogany-panelled Sargent Room features a grand (removable) boardroom table, and dramatic paintings by Kees van Dongen and John Singer Sargent, along with a plasma screen for presentations.
Located in the new extension, the 69 sq m Sargent Room can be configured with a hand-made boardroom table to seat 20 attendees, or as a banqueting room for up to 30 diners at three tables or 60 guests standing. The Sargent Room can be connected to the Munnings Room by a shared lobby.
The Munnings Room
Size and style
Our largest private dining room is lighter in style, with glamorous gold wall coverings. Perfect for both evening and daytime events, the Munnings Room has an equestrian theme, with paintings by Alfred Munnings and George Stubbs.
The 72 sq m Munnings Room comfortably seats up to 40 guests at four tables or 50 guests standing. A 20-seater boardroom table is also available for business gatherings. The Munnings Room can be connected to the Sargent Room by a shared lobby.