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Courthouse Hotel - Soho

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Venue price From £275 per hour
Venue capacity 24 - 100 people

Spaces at Courthouse Hotel - Soho

Bring your board meeting, business seminar, or conference to the five-star Courthouse Hotel's Private Cinema for a unique, interesting, and successful experience in a luxurious setting. The cinema is equipped with top-of-the-line audio-visual equipment, including digital projection; a Dolby sound system; an FP115 stage unit; laptop, iPod, and stage connectivity, Martin Audio surround sound speakers, and microphones. The space is small enough to be intimate, but large enough to accommodate just under 100 people. The decor is rich, and includes large, comfortable leather seats.

The waiting room was the pre-court area where people waited before entering court. A breakfast buffet consisting of pastries, fresh fruits, juices, a la carte items ranging from the English breakfast to our mouth-watering waffles

An elegant dining room portraying a history as intriguing as its alluring menu. Beautiful traditional light fittings and wood paneling create an intimate and impressive ambiance, guaranteed to make your dining experience a success.

This stylish lounge was once the fitting venue for the courthouse and is now a bar. It is suited to private events of all kinds, especially birthday parties and corporate drinks.

Chamber 1 is a perfect venue for boardroom meetings and trainings with an added feature of natural day light. The venue can accommodate from 5 to 40 guests in various set up.

With a capacity of up to 80 guests, Soho Sky Terrace regularly plays host to corporate events and private parties. Standing iconic and legendary at the top of Soho's Carnaby street, the Courthouse Hotel continues to set the standard for experiencing London in luxury, with the stylish Soho Sky Terrace. Soho Sky Terrace provides premium customer service, quality food and a luxury atmosphere at the heart of the city.

About Courthouse Hotel - Soho

The Great Marlborough Street Magistrates Court held some of the most famous cases of all time, such as John Lennon's case dealing with his sexually explicit lithograph drawings. Many remains from this time have been integrated into the hotel's current design. The Courthouse Hotel is located in the heart of London, advantageous to those who want to be in the centre of London's bustling shopping and theatre district.