Thirty Eight Grosvenor Square

The Main Hall
With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Grosvenor Square, the main hall is a light-filled oasis from the bustle of central London. The room’s crowning glory is the ornate moulded ceiling, which has been lovingly renovated to its former Georgian glory. Along with the original eighteenth-century fireplaces, these stunning original features bring an authentic sense of history to the otherwise understated contemporary event space.

The main hall can be linked to the small hall through large double doors, creating one larger fluid space that can accommodate up to 100 seated guests.
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The Small Hall
The Small Hall adjoins the Main Hall through bi-fold panelling, for a completely customisable event space.

The opulent painted ceiling, warm natural wood floors and brass finished are continuous between the two spaces. The hall can also be separated from the main hall, with an entrance off the stairwell.
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The Ambassador Suite
Towards the back of the building, the Ambassador’s Suite is accessed through the Oval Room, and is the most intimate of the main rooms.

Like all the spaces, it serves as a stunning canvas, to be used as a breakaway space for VIP or sales rooms, a bar or snug. Given its ample access to water and power, it is also an ideal space for caterers.
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Ancillary Spaces
The ground floor of the building houses the lobby and stairwell, as well as two receptions, bathroom facilities and a cloakroam.

The reception rooms offer additional space for guests and the opportunity to create more intimate private spaces, such as powder rooms or VIP areas. They also provide invaluable space for registration, step-and-repeat, offices and content capture.
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The Entrance
Occupying a commanding position on Grosvenor Square, the townhouse is an exemplar of Georgian architecture, with a white stucco façade designed by Thomas Cundy II. The grand canopied entrance can be branded and decorated to welcome guests from the street.

The crowning glory of the entrance hall is the sweeping staircase, embellished with gold leaf and intricate metalwork. The marble floors and white walls provide a luxurious palette for custom installations and activations.
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The Oval Room
The characterful Oval Room is named for its curved shape, with three large inset windows and a beautiful oval ceiling fresco. Filled with natural light in the day, gold cornice detailing glows in the evening to create an intimate and exclusive atmosphere.

The Oval Room adjoins the other principal spaces, for a flexible layout.
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