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Venue price From £50 per person
Venue capacity 6 - 120 people

Spaces at AMBA Hotel Grosvenor

The Ghan Boardroom, named after a luxury train that crosses Australia, combines modern comforts with authentic period elegance. This is one of our smaller rooms, ideal for business or board meetings, or more intimate corporate or business gatherings.

Named after the legendary Blue Train of South Africa, this meeting room is elegant and air-conditioned making it productive and comfortable! Suitable for up to ten guests, this is one of nine meeting rooms located on the first floor at Grosvenor Hotel. Great for executive meetings and gatherings that require privacy and a quiet environment.

This boardroom is a versatile meeting space suitable for medium-sized meetings. The space can be set-up to your exact requirements with flexible seating layouts available. The space comes fully equipped with AV and Communications equipment as well as being air-conditioned for your comfort. Located on the first floor, The Rovos Boardroom is nearby to the hotel's facilities and named after South Africa's luxury Rovos trains! This space even has fully adjustable lighting!

This versatile meeting room is named after the luxury trains that tour the Highlands in Scotland, The Royal Scotsman! As with all of the meeting rooms here at The Grosvenor Hotel, The Scotsman Boardroom comes full air-conditioned with AV equipments and communication technology as standard. This elegant room can hold up to thirty-five when arranged in a theatre style for presentations, talks and conferences or can be used for smaller meetings in boardroom and U-Shaped layouts.

The Belle Meeting Room is one of nine elegant rooms at the Grosvenor Hotel, aptly named after the famous 'Belle' trains that graced British railways in the 20th Century. Our meeting rooms, including The Bell Room of course, are all fully air conditioned and fully equipped with the latest AV and communications equipment to make sure that your presentation, meeting or conference is as comfortable and productive as possible for you and your guests.

With a name inspired by the famous Orient Express, the Venetian Meeting room may be small and intimate but brings a great deal of comfort and productivity to meetings. The space comes fully air-conditioned with the latest AV equipment making it a great space for small meetings and gatherings.

The Orient Suite is our most spectacular space here at the Grosvenor Hotel. The name heralds from the great Orient Express, a name forever associated with glamorous destinations and the height of luxury. Marble pillars and fireplaces, a sculpted and elegant ceiling along with glistening chandeliers have been perfectly restored from the Victorian Era give an authenic period touch to the space and emphasising the sense of occasion. The Orient Suite can be arranged into the layout of your choice seating up to 100 guests for a wedding breakfast or 150 for a wedding reception.

The Viceroy Room is decorated in a traditional style, but is a very versatile space. As with all rooms here at The Grosvenor Hotel, this space is flooded with plenty of natural daylight and is fully air-conditioned so as to make your business meeting, presentation or workshop as comfortable and productive as possible.

Soak offers a daytime hub to meet and greet, a sophisticated restaurant and a forward thinking well-crafted cocktail menu. Complex ideas and extensive techniques take place behind the scenes, leaving Soak guests free to discover the stories, flavours and shades of the drink through the act of drinking it. Alongside the cocktail menu is an extensive spirit list, including a menu of sharing plates, and a nightly programme of the very best Jazz sessions and Dj sets that London has to offer.

About AMBA Hotel Grosvenor

Surrounded by Victoria history, the newly-refurbished Amba Hotel Grosvenor combines modern living with 19th-century glamour. Opened in 1862, the stunning Amba Hotel Grosvenor harks back to the golden age of rail travel.