In the Drawing Room the history of the hotel's location is played out in the design - red wine walls and a bold, limited edition map of the city. There is also a French panelled ceiling and a copper mesh chandelier. It can be interconnected with the Library for larger dinner or drinks parties.
Meetings room in London don't come more stylish than our Music Room with eclectic tea blue wall panels, wooden writing tables and a bespoke carpet inspired by the British Regimental tiles. Colourful, iconic British album covers decorate the walls. It's a place where guests can meet, dine and listen to music, using the room's collection of records, or their own favourite vinyls.
Hand-beaded images of Ziegfeld Follies girls line the walls, while a two-meter sculpture of a keyhole at the entrance beckons guests into this clandestine bar through a darkened tunnel tucked back on Garlick Hill - though residents of the hotel can access DND through a private door. The room opens up to leather banquettes and raspberry-velvet stools, barrel-aged cocktails and sultry lighting. This is the scene at DND, Vintry & Mercer's speakeasy-style cocktail bar hidden in the hotel's basement. The mood is one of retro glamour and sophistication.
Vintry Izakaya is available to be hired privately, with an extensive selection of Asian sharing dishes and a full stocked cocktail bar. It can accommodate up to 100 people for standing receptions and 60 for seated meals, using the restaurants existing setup.