Westminster Venue Collection is delighted to welcome two new venue members to its marketing consortium – RSA House and Prince Philip House.
RSA House offers a choice of 11 spaces in an unrivalled central London location. Seamlessly combining Georgian splendor with high-quality modernised design, the house boasts high-ceilinged rooms with original features, exposed brick vaults and intimate, Adam brothers-designed rooms. The eclectic history and stylish decor make it a versatile and stunning space suitable for a variety of corporate or private events for up to 220 guests.
Emma Gaymer, sales and marketing manager at RSA House, said: “RSA House is a centre for enlightenment, an inspiring environment to unblock creativity and discuss ideas in the intellectual and social home of some of the greatest thinkers and social activists of the past 200 years. We are delighted to join the Westminster Venue Collection to help further raise our profile and enhance our offering.”
Situated in a Grade II listed building, the recently refurbished Prince Philip House at 3 Carlton House Terrace offers a perfect blend of historic and contemporary character making a tremendous space perfectly designed for conference and events. The impressive location combines graceful and sophisticated facilities for a variety of events suitable for anything from board meetings to product launches.
Katie Jayson-Morgan, sales and marketing manager at Prince Philip House, said: “We are delighted to have joined The Westminster Collection, we hope that our membership will contribute to the strength of the collection and we look forward to working with the members.”
Rachel Azzopardi, chair of Westminster Venue Collection and head of catering and events at Regent’s Conferences and Events, said: “We are extremely excited to welcome two iconic venues to our collection that provides time-poor event professionals with a quick and efficient venue-finding service. Both of these venues have so much to offer event professionals and will make a strong addition to our collection bringing our total number to 35, from fashionable townhouses and unique private members’ clubs to luxury hotels, celebrated attractions, historic institutes and societies.”