Housed within a stunning Edwardian Grade II-listed building, Rosewood London is one of the most sophisticated five-star hotels in London, and an excellent place in which to host an event. Having been sensitively renovated, this luxury hotel provides a charming blend of English heritage and modern elegance, resulting in the ideal balance of beauty and comfort. Whether you’re organising a conference, social gathering, corporate function or private celebration, Rosewood London is sure to have a suitable spot for you and your guests among its 11 private dining spaces.
Anyone booking a room for an important meeting can rest assured that Rosewood London is fully-equipped for all eventualities, thanks to its provision of the following equipment and services, as standard: 50-inch plasma screens, drop-down screens, PA systems, microphones, remote clickers, data projectors, conference telephones, laptops, DVD players and both wired and wireless internet access. The Chairman’s Boardrooms – Sir George, Sir James and Sir Geoffrey – in particular offer a stately, eye-catching location for meetings, lunches or dinners for up to 16 people. French walnut furniture, Cuban mahogany-panelled fireplaces and plentiful natural light make these rooms a pleasure to spend time in, whatever the occasion.
If you’re looking for a space that’s a little more modern, check out The Salons. This collection of five rooms can be divided into two, three, four or five separate chambers, depending on the capacity you require for your event, while their close proximity to the ballroom makes them versatile break-out spaces for a larger event.
Or perhaps you’re seeking a straight-up private dining room for a seated meal, in which case, The Dining Room situated on the ground floor is ideal. The room is a find in itself, thanks to large windows that allow in plenty of lights, but the unique selling point of this particular private room is that it’s the only private dining space with a show kitchen in any of London’s five-star hotels. So, whether you’re planning a food and wine pairing event, a cooking lesson or a theatrical private dinner, it promises to be a unique culinary experience.