Hyde Park, London
66 Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7LA
A Grande Dame reinvented - if walls could talk, this iconic hotel would have many stories to tell. Opened in 1889, for several years after the Second World War it was the headquarters of the SAS. Glamorous parties and dance classes by the venerable Madame Vacani – who taught HM Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret to dance – have been held in the ballroom.
Today the hotel offers world-class dining and magnificent views of Hyde Park with a terrace. A truly phenomenal venue with a 5-star hotel and outstanding theatrical food experiences.
The Loggia room situated on the park side enjoying unobstructed views over Hyde Park (86sqm) boasts an abundance of natural daylight. With a distinctive circular design, elegant gilding and tall French doors opening out onto the Terrace and Royal Entrance, it offers the most marvellous setting for an intimate dinner up to 40 guests or cocktail party for 60.
Total (approx): £8,000 + VAT for 30 people
• Room hire from £1,500 - £3,000 + VAT
• Live food stations: Japanese £32pp, Asian
£32pp, seafood decadence £58 (min no.50),
Italian, American and South American £32pp
• Corkage £35 wine and £50 Champagne
*Prices are a guide and subject to change