Private dining rooms are growing in demand as discerning business owners and consumers seek out intimate spaces in which to discreetly do business or entertain a valued few over a bespoke lunch or dinner.  

Many of Westminster Venue Collection’s (WVC) prestigious and unique venues incorporate private dining spaces, which, together with their expert on-site catering teams, enable them to meet the increasing appetite for secluded suppers.   

Whether you’re planning to impress a client over dinner, celebrating a special anniversary with friends and family, or want to host an intimate event away from the crowds, WVC has the perfect private dining room for your needs. 

The Lansdowne Club 

Nestled away in a corner of Berkeley Square, this Mayfair private members’ club boasts three private dining spaces of differing sizes and styles. For larger numbers there’s The Shelburne Room, catering banquet style for up to 50 people and with its own private anteroom and bar area. For more intimate dinners, the venue has the Art Deco-styled Findlay Room with dining for up to 18, while The Sun Room boasts contemporary décor and space for up to 14 people. 

Dartmouth House 

Baroque wall decoration and an ornately carved ceiling in The Small Drawing Room provide all the grandeur of Dartmouth House without you having to share it with others. Here you can host an important business meeting or special dinner for 24 people in stunning, yet secluded surroundings. 

The Royal Institute of British Architects

Design your dream dinner at the home of architecture on Portland Place. The leather-lined and light-filled Aston Webb Room can seat up to 22 guests and with catering supplied by expert chefs from independent hospitality caterer CH&CO, it is the perfect environment for a choice occasion. 

Imperial College London 

Allow your special event to shine in The Solar Room at 170 Queen’s Gate, Imperial College London’s grade II listed Victorian townhouse in South Kensington. Overlooking the courtyard garden, the versatile space can seat up to 26 people boardroom style and boasts menus from Imperial College London’s award-winning in-house caterers. 

Sixty-One Whitehall

Situated on the second floor of the old Whitehall Palace, The Reading Room has plenty of natural light and impressive views over Whitehall. This elegant space can host private dinners of 30 people boardroom style or up to 50 banqueting style. 

BAFTA 195 Piccadilly

Film buffs can dine around the table which juries sit at to decide the winners of the prestigious BAFTAs when booking the venue’s top floor private meeting space, The Boardroom. The oak dining table seats up to 20 guests who can sample a seasonal menu specially created by BAFTA 195’s head chef Anton Manganaro.