The West End has a solid and long-held reputation for being one of the most coveted and prestigious parts of London, home in turn to some of its most impressive venues. To help your next event really stand out from the crowd however, we’ve highlighted some of the area’s more unique offerings below.
Each of the 6 floors on offer at Six Storeys on Soho have been exquisitely designed along their own distinct style, meaning there’s something for everyone. The generous amount of space lends the venue a real sense of versatility, with various different hiring configurations available, allowing you to make your gathering as public or as private as you like. The in-house chefs will prepare delicious food to make sure everyone leaves feeling full and satisfied, and this high quality is matched in the standard of service.
Traditional design meets contemporary flair at The Cuckoo Club, an aesthetically arresting and delightfully quirky venue unlike anything else you’re likely to come across on London’s events scene. Across 2 floors you can expect to find a stunning cocktail bar, a private seating and live music area, and a basement level club, adding up to offer a total capacity of 400 in all. Well connected to the wider city, Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus and Green Park stations are all within comfortable walking distance.
One of the newest private members clubs in the capital, Park Lane Club London is found in the very heart of the much-coveted Mayfair area, surrounded by luxury 5-star hotels. Famed for its architectural splendour, stylish décor and exclusive feel, it manages to retain a welcoming atmosphere that allows non-members to enjoy the venue as much as frequent visitors. The perfect place to relax and be wined and dined whilst you soak up wonderful views of Hyde Park, the capacity of just 100 allows you to bring a more personal and intimate touch to the hosting.
Ideally located in the middle of The Strand, Nine Adam Street is comprised of 2 arches (including the distinct curved ceilings you’d expect), 2 breakout spaces, a VIP area, a reception area and a kitchen. Bringing together character features like exposed brickwork and decidedly more modern finishes, the spaces essentially come as blank canvases, leaving you the creative freedom to transform them to suit your own particular style and specifications.
A large part of The Courtrooms uniqueness comes from its unconventional past, having originally served as the home of The Westminster County Courts, before being transformed into a restaurant and bar back in 1996. Though very sensitively updated when it was given its new lease of life, it does still retain much of the traditional charm of its beginnings, giving the space an understated yet sophisticated feel. Found in the Leicester Square area, its namesake tube station is within mere stumbling distance.