Over the last month, 116 Pall Mall has hosted a wide range of unusual events – a medical establishments 100th anniversary party, a sommelier awards, a Nigerian wedding, a sports networking event with 20+ Olympic gold medallists, a Turkish careers fair, and a women entrepreneur’s forum.
As an events booker, how do we attract you and your clients to the heart of the capital – it’s not always just about the transport links, the accommodation, or even the huge variety of bars and restaurants.
116 Pall Mall believe that in order to secure an event booking, you need to provide your client with something special to grab their attention, and let them in on the secrets that make the stunning buildings around the Palace of Westminster unique.
Is it the news stories surrounding this area? Is it Downing Street, Horse Guards, Parliament, or the small touches like the Duchess of Sussex placing her bouquet on the tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Westminster Abbey? November sees the centenary of the end of WW1, perhaps add a tour of the Abbey, or the Churchill War rooms (we know, wrong war!)
Alternatively, clients could take a break from their meeting in St James Park which was the first royal park and laid as a deer park by Henry VIII. It originally contained a menagerie including camels, crocodiles, elephants and exotic birds along with what is now Birdcage Walk.
116 Pall Mall is surrounded by unique stories past and present. The original building was home to the notorious Prince Regent (George IV) and the road itself (Pall Mall) was named after the game pall-mall (Paille-Maille) played in the 17C, a precursor to the modern game croquet.
Finding the stories that make your venue special and combining them with the services and facilities that you offer means you can provide your client with the full package for their next event.
To find out more of to book, please contact 0207 451 3107 or visit our website
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