The West End is the area of Central London which is bordered by Camden, Holborn, Knightsbridge and Hyde Park with Trafalgar Square at its heart. The West End is a magnet for shoppers with its thriving shopping areas centred around Oxford Street, Regent Street, Marble Arch, Bond Street and Covent Garden. The West End is also home to Theatreland in Shaftesbury Avenue, Chinatown in Soho as well as being cinema-central at Leicester Square. As if this rich mix of shopping and entertainment options were not enough, the West End also boasts some of the capital’s most vibrant clubs, bars and restaurants ranging from the trendy bars and Chinese restaurants of Soho to the fine clubs and dining rooms Mayfair and St. James’s. The West End is easily reached by bus as well as being served by a myriad of tube stations including Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Street, Marble Arch and Piccadilly Circus.
The private dining room at Michelin starred Pied à Terre restaurant in Fitzrovia seats up to 16 guests. The private bar can accommodate up to 25 guests for standing drinks receptions and the main restaurant is available for exclusive takeover for up to 40 seated guests.»
The Leicester Square private dining room at Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire Hotel on Leicester Square accommodates up to 32 seated (50 standing) guests and The Penthouse Suite accommodates up to 50 seated / 110 standing guests.»
A beautiful and brooding space, Gordon Ramsay’s Heddon Street Kitchen has private dining rooms able to accommodate 10 – 60 seated guests and has other spaces are available for exclusive hire for 80 – 250 seated (120 – 420 standing) guests.»
Private dining rooms at The Royal Institute of British Architects – located between the buzz of Oxford Street and the tranquility of Regent’s Park can accommodate 22 – 250 seated guests or 100 – 400 guests for standing drinks receptions.»