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At only two-years-old, this South Bank venue at the top of the Sea Containers building continues to turn heads with its 2,300sq m of event space and killer river views. The Cucumber restaurant is the standout space, but the private dining room – with its balcony and sight line to St Paul’s Cathedral – is particularly popular. Those cityscape views get even better on the roof terrace. Catering is by Green & Fortune: expect seasonal and locally sourced food.
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This space’s seemingly random name is actually a cheeky nod to its curvaceous green bar, and is an exclusive space which is well suited to lunches, dinners and evening receptions. Cucumber can also be used alongside Sea Containers other event spaces as a catering or exhibition space.
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This flexible space is a practical blank canvas for events. Found on Level 12, the space can be used as one large room, or arranged as two, three of four smaller individual rooms depending on the size of your event. Thanks to its versatility, Level 12 is suited to anything from an intimate corporate dinner to a large Christmas party with entertainment.
The Cucumber and Sunset spaces can be combined together. See their separate descriptions on this page to get a feel for each space.
Offering up panoramic views of the London skyline, the distinctive roof terrace at Sea Containers sits behind the hotel’s famous letters, and is one of the capital’s most enviable outdoor event spaces. The terrace is well suited to standing receptions and summer parties.
Casual and relaxed, Sunset can be used as a stand-alone space for evening receptions and parties, or as a separate catering space when combined with the Amphitheatre.
Better suited to large-scale events, the Amphitheatre spreads across Levels 12 and 13. It can be used for presentations, briefings and product launches. The space can also be combined with Level 12 or either of the event spaces on Level 13 to be used as a catering or exhibition space.
Overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral, The Wren features double aspect windows and a private outdoor terrace so that you can really make the most of that view. Named after its creator, renowned architect Sir Christopher Wren, the space is primarily used as a boardroom for corporate meetings or as a private dining room for business lunches and dinners.