Book Your Work Gatherings And Parties
31 August 2021
According to our office member surveys, September is expected to be a turning point with more employees expected to return to their places of work. So if you’re tasked with organising a team get-together for work or purely social, we’ve rounded up some of the venues available for group bookings.
Barracuda Club, Baker Street: more than a casino, Barracuda Club has a range of dining options and group bookings. Find out more.
Bill’s, Baker Street: no matter your party size, Bill’s has plenty of group dining options with a range of set menu choices. Find out more.
Chiltern Firehouse, Chiltern Street: group bookings available. Enquire to find out more.
The Churchill Bar, Portman Square: a versatile venue that can be hired for up to 110 people. Find out more.
Clarette, Blandford Street: Clarette’s elegant private dining room, tucked away on the second floor, can host 18 seated or 30 standing, while the first-floor dining room can also be privately hired for 34 seated or 50 standing. Find out more.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London – Marble Arch: a host of meeting and event options will leave you spoilt for choice. Find out more.
Durrants Hotel, George Street: a choice of 4 rooms for meetings or events. Find out more.
The Grazing Goat, New Quebec Street: with a space for every occasion, The Grazing Goat’s team can help you with get-togethers and corporate events. Find out more.
Home House, Portman Square (pictured): from private dining to al fresco events, Home House has all your events need covered. Find out more in their events brochure.
Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill: the hotel has several spaces, whether you’re looking to host a small or large gathering. Find out more.
The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill’s Pop-Up Summer Terrace, Portman Square: available for private events, this nautical inspired spot can be hired for between 5 and 20 guests. No venue hire fee is charged, just a minimum spend of £100 per person. Find out more.
Kitchen at Holmes, Baker Street: group bookings for sit-down dinners or more casual standing events are available. The restaurant’s stunning roof terrace is available for private hire too. Details on how to enquire are here.
The Leonard Hotel, Seymour Street: The Leonard’s conference and banqueting space is the one for big events, hosting up to 600 for a buffet-style function or 300 for a sit-down dinner. Find out more.
Nobu Hotel London Portman Square, Portman Square: perfect for a special event, the hotel offers a host of stylish options. Find out more.
Purl, Blandford Street: this speakeasy-style bar can be hired out for large groups. Find out more.
The Residence at Holmes Hotel, Baker Street: an exclusive venue at Holmes Hotel with five separate spaces that can be booked out separately or together. Find out more.
Royal China Club, Baker Street: 5 private dining rooms can accommodate up to 24 guests in 2 connected rooms, or 55 guests across separate rooms, with no room hire fee just a minimum spend. Find out more.
Seymour’s Parlour at Zetter Townhouse, Seymour Street: hire one side of the parlour bar for an intimate gathering. Find out more.
As well as the fantastic and varied venues listed above, our next Portman Square Garden Market takes place on 15 to 17 September with a sustainability twist, street food stalls and our usual bar. We’ve got our fingers crossed for an Indian Summer, and where better to enjoy it than the beautiful Portman Square Garden? We take bookings for groups of up to 30 guests if you’re looking to arrange an al fresco gathering, so email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.