London Docklands is situated along the East London Waterfront, opposite the world heritage site Greenwich.
Boasting an interesting mixture of modernity and history, this former Port of London is now a newly redeveloped, exciting, and diverse area of London.
London Docklands places old warehouses and riverside pubs alongside newly developed buildings and landmarks, such as the renowned Canary Wharf, where major banks thrive and tourists gather. With towering sky scrapers and modern buildings, Docklands is popular for both residential and business purposes. With such a mixture of ‘old and new’, this diverse area with original routes offers restaurants and bars with a diverse mixture of cultures, taste and originality.
The two private dining rooms at Davy’s at Canary Wharf can accommodate 24 – 75 seated guests or 35 – 80 guests for standing drinks receptions. The Brasserie provides semi-private ire for up to 80 seated (100 standing) guests. Exclusive hire also available for up to 200 seated (220 standing) guests.»
Radisson Blu Edwardian New Providence Wharf Hotel in London Docklands – close to Canary Wharf – has private dining rooms seating from 10 – 30 guests. Larger private event spaces can accommodate 70 – 150 seated guests.»