The Aston Webb Room is on the second floor, accessed via a mezzanine around the upper parts of the Florence Hall and the well of the main stairs.
With walls lined with leather and joinery in Indian laurel wood, the Aston Webb Room has a stately, mid-century boardroom atmosphere. Large windows offer plenty of natural lighting, as well as views down Portland Place to the Langham Hilton and up towards Regents Park. It is an ideal venue for committee or boardroom-style meetings for up to 22 delegates and a popular room for filming or photoshoots. The Aston Webb Room also benefits from air conditioning.
About the architect
Sir Aston Webb was the most successful architect in Edwardian Britain. Among his works are Admiralty Arch and the re-facing of Buckingham Palace. Sir Aston Webb received the Royal Gold Medal in 1905.
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