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Commissioned as an entertaining space for court masques by James I in 1622, Banqueting House dazzled London’s high society when it opened. You can almost feel the spirit of the company of courtiers
who once drank, danced and partied beneath the magnificent Rubens-painted ceiling of the Main Hall. This space, when set for a candle-lit dinner, is an awe-inspiring sight, but the room is also
perfect for receptions of 450 and awards dinners for 350 guests. The vaulted Undercroft below, once enjoyed as a drinking den by James I, makes an atmospheric space for a cocktail party for 250. A
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