This member’s club is situated in an imposing six-storey building in Mayfair, just off Berkeley Square, and acts as both an office and home for members in a place where business meets luxury. This forms a professional yet indulgent backdrop for events.
From private parties, conferences and dinners, 12 Hay Hill provides a good setting of stylishly designed rooms with a distinctly residential feel, despite being a converted old bank with beautiful high ceilings and marble floors.
For instance, there’s a flexible restaurant, which is a grand space for receptions, cocktail parties or private dining with its minimalist décor, innovative design and wrap-around windows. The bar is another show-stopper, with a colourful flowered ceiling and giant windows. Ideal for a party, the bar also comes complete with its own private terrace.
The Round rooms, located on the lower ground floor and ground floor, form a striking setting for intimate private dinners, business lunches and meetings. As the name suggests, they are circularly shaped and the ground floor one has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Berkeley Square. The round marble table adds a further touch of luxury and elegance to the space.
The Library Rooms are exceptionally versatile and cater for private dining, standing receptions and theatre-styled presentations. The fourth floor panoramic events space is flooded with natural lighting and can be configured in several ways, making it adaptable to a range of events, such as conferences, product launches and networking events.
Speaking of which, the spaces are well-equipped for meetings and conferences. High-speed internet access, a fully-staffed reception, projectors, audio-visual and conference call facilities, and optional call answering are all available.
All catering is done in-house and focuses on seasonal fine-dining ranging several cuisines. Expect anything from Asian specialities to British and European flavours.
It’s worth noting that pets nor children are allowed on the premises and as it’s a member’s club, a dress code is in place. This means no sportswear, caps or hoodies are appropriate – turn up wearing something smart casual.