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Luxurious venues near Liverpool Street

Liverpool Street is a popular, well connected part of London, meaning it’s a fantastic place upon which to centre your search for a venue for your next important event. That said, here are some of the more luxurious offerings found within the surrounding area.

Victorian Bath House

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The Victorian Bath House is a truly opulent venue with sumptuous décor that harks back to the tradition and splendour of the building’s (and the city’s) rich past. Grade II listed, the venue can accommodate up to 150 guests at a standing reception or between 20 and 90 for a seated gathering. The quality of the surroundings is mirrored in the menu, with the food on offer cleverly combining the best of Victorian inspirations and modern flair.

Anise Bar

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For those in search of something that is decidedly more contemporary in its sensibilities, Anise Bar is well worth considering. Part of the Cinnamon Kitchen family, this super-cool cocktail lounge uses the signature blend of spices in its food and drinks that made its sister venue such a hit with the city’s discerning partygoers, whilst the space itself benefits from seductive lighting, comfortable leather banquettes, and exotic fabrics, which combine to make the space both welcoming and relaxing all at once.

Masonic Temple

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Masonic Temple at Andaz Hotel in the City of London is one of the area’s best kept secrets, epitomising the notion of a true hidden gem. The authentic and engrossing Grecian style of this one-of-a-kind offering has been beautifully preserved by the magnificent marble and original masonic chairs, providing an aesthetic unlike anything else you are likely to find in all the city. With a capacity of just 60, this special space is ideal for more intimate occasions when you want guaranteed wow factor.

Yauatcha City

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Yauatcha City is a relative newcomer to the capital’s bustling event’s scene, having first opened its doors in May 2015. Part of the Hakkasan group however, it launched with a solid reputation and a demanding set of standards to live up to – and it certainly has not failed to do exactly that. This all-day dim sum dining experience boasts 2 outside terraces, 2 bars and various casual dining spaces in addition to the main restaurant. It also benefits from an enviable location, surrounded by great transport links.

South Place Hotel

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South Place is a luxury hotel with a much sought-after 5-star rating. Masters of the boutique style, there’s a sense of decadence throughout whilst still feeling modern and fresh-faced. The 80 bedrooms found within the hotel blend modern technology with comfort, meaning this is a great choice should you have guests travelling from far and wide, as event space and accommodation would be taken care of under the same roof.

1901 Ballroom

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1901 Ballroom offers exactly what the name would suggest; a traditional ballroom that dates back to the very beginning of the 20th century. This dramatic and visually stunning venue’s most striking feature is surely the original stained-glass dome which was successfully preserved throughout both World Wars against all the odds, making it a wonderful and unique little slice of pre-war history. Suited to both private and corporate occasions alike, the maximum capacity allows for up to 250 guests.

Duck & Waffle

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Keeping pace with a city that’s always on the move, Duck & Waffle welcomes guests 24/7. As the highest private dining room in the whole of the country, you can expect to enjoy a truly breath-taking and quite simply unrivalled perspective of London’s iconic skyline from above. Modern, stylish and flexible, the space can be adapted to suit a myriad of different occasions, with the award-winning team on hand throughout the entirety of the planning process to ensure things run as smoothly as possible.