Vue West End and Lincoln’s Inn join Westminster Venue Collection
Westminster Venue Collection is delighted to welcome two new members to its marketing consortium – Vue West End and Lincoln’s Inn.Read More
Lincoln’s Inn offers a boundless platform for event creativity, hosting conferences, dinners, weddings, corporate launches and more within a thriving society of barristers on a gated estate, cloaked in art and history. The venue, with all the benefits of a central London location, also boasts unusually tranquil surroundings, offering an eclectic mix of indoor and outdoor spaces for up to 400 guests. Its charming juxtaposition of old and new showcases the venue’s 800-year history in Grade I and II listed buildings with contemporary facilities, first-class service and delectable in-house catering.
Epitomising British elegance, the eminent Great Hall recently reopened following a series of renovation works to rejuvenate the architectural beauty of the Tudor Revival style, hosting up to 250 guests for dinner or 400 for a reception. For a more intimate affair, the perfectly preserved Old Hall has an appealing grandeur, hosting up to 120 guests for dinner and 200 for a reception. Both halls come equipped with built-in PA systems and the asset of natural light streamed through ornate stained-glass windows.
The leading London venue is now taking bookings in its brand-new Ashworth Centre for November onwards, providing a refined space for conferences and events for up to 158 delegates. The conference centre includes integrated AV facilities with tiered theatre-style retractable seating, allowing the stylish double height space to also be used for receptions. Conveniently located next to a suite of meeting rooms, there is suitability for break out spaces for smaller group sessions.
Hire prestigious, unique and unusual London venues and facilities with Westminster Venue Collection.Read More
The Westminster Venue Collection’s venues range from fashionable townhouses and private members’ clubs, to luxury hotels, celebrated attractions, historic institutes and societies.Read More