MEETINGS AND EVENTS IN MAYFAIR
The meeting and events rooms at No. 4 Hamilton Place, in stylish Mayfair, are a very special setting that will engage and inspire delegates, client and colleagues alike, making holding an event in this beautiful Edwardian town house a true pleasure. With gilded Corinthian columns and a rococo marble staircase you are surrounded by an atmosphere of grandeur and style.
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In addition to an inspiring setting the reasons you should choose No. 4 Hamilton Place for your events and meetings in the heart of Mayfair include:
Floor to ceiling bow fronted windows, double glazed, look out onto Hamilton Place or the garden terrace allowing daylight to flood into the rooms.
Flexible room choices
From our 250 seat conference and lecture room to small meeting rooms and the Argyll Room leading onto our garden terrace overlooking Hyde Park in Mayfair, our rooms can meet most requirements. Smaller private rooms are ideal for one on one meetings up to 25 boardroom or the Gallery Lounge accommodates six people in a drawing room setting.
Comprehensive support facilities
Everything from AV equipment to theme and décor. Venue hire rates include essential AV equipment to help you to maintain cost effective meetings.
In stylish Mayfair with views across Hyde Park.
Fast effective travel connections
Facing onto Park Lane; close to Hyde Park and Green Park tube stations and with direct links to all train stations and London Airports it’s difficult to find a better connected location.
Experienced events team
Caring experts who have years of experience. You can trust them to make sure your event is flawless and runs like clockwork. They will guide you with confidence through every stage of your plans, supporting without intruding.
Outstanding menus and drink options
Paulo Ferreira, our Head Chef, creates the most nutritious and delicious menus and food choices. He uses his creativity whether you are looking for light healthy lunch options or sumptuous afternoon treats to reward delegates.
A complete rebuild of the house in 1907 by the last private owner followed the Louis XVI style associated with the nearby Ritz Hotel of 1906. A rococo marble and ornate gilt metal staircase captures the imagination as you enter the house; gold silk damask lines the walls of the rooms on the ground floor; ornately carved fireplaces and door lintels and the gold leaf Chinoiserie decoration on the first floor ceilings are impressive highlights.