Private dining rooms in the Marble Arch area
Marble Arch in the W1 district of London’s West End is situated at the western end of the busy Oxford Street shopping thoroughfare, at the north-eastern tip of Hyde Park.
Its location on the western edges of both Mayfair and Marylebone and ease of road access – the roads around it are the junction of Oxford Street, Edgware Road and Park Lane – combine to make the stylish upmarket restaurants and hotels with private function rooms within a 5 – 10 minute walking distance always in great demand for group events such as business lunches, corporate dinners and standing drinks receptions.
The actual arch, which is a marble faced monument designed by the eminent architect John Nash and erected in its current position in the mid 19th century, acts as an iconic West End landmark.
The Marble Arch district has excellent road connections and is easily accessible via Marble Arch tube station on the London Underground Central Line.
The private dining room at ULI Asian restaurant in the Marylebone district of London’s West End – close to Marble Arch & Bond Street underground stations – can accommodate 8 – 12 seated guests at a large round table.»
Brasserie of Light provides all day dining in an Art Deco space set within Selfridges department store. The Pegasus Room at Brasserie of Light accommodates up to 16 seated guests at one long table or up to 24 guests on 4 rounds of 6 guests. The room also accommodates up to 30 guests for standing drinks and canapé receptions.»
Located on Southwick Street in Paddington – just minutes walk from both Paddington and Marble Arch tube stations – Jamuna restaurant fusion British Indian fine dining cuisine and has private spaces accommodating 20 – 40 seated guests or 30 – 60 guests for standing drinks receptions.»