One Queen Anne's Gate

One Queen Anne's Gate, London, SW1H 9BT

One Queen Anne's Gate is an ideal and elegant setting specialising in meetings, training, seminars, private fine dining and serviced office accommodation within a listed building set in a quiet Georgian Street, centrally located being less than five minutes away from The Houses of Parliament.

One Queen Anne's Gate offers nine air conditioned rooms, with all but one benefiting from natural daylight.

The décor of the meeting rooms whilst in keeping with the period building, provide modern day essential audio visual equipment, including fixed plasma screens and overhead data projection in all areas.

One Queen Anne's Gate provides an ideal setting for board meetings, training groups and seminar/workshops. Each of the rooms has it's own individual style and are named after former occupants going back to the 1800's, many of them very notable personalities in the Westminster area included Sir Edward Grey who resided here as Foreign Secretary in the early 1900's.

With a variety of seasonal menus, all created by our in house chef, visitors are able to chose from an informal working lunch to the full fine dining option.

A greener meeting is part of the One Queen Anne's Gate experience, confirmed with an accreditation from Green Tourism for London. It is also the first conference venue in the UK to support the innovative Tap into WaterAid project.

Whether it is for a small interview, board meeting or large workshop One Queen Anne's Gate is able to provide the appropriate room with full support from the in-house events team.

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Features

  • Ability to use outside caterers
  • Disabled access

Individual room capacities

NameReceptionSit downTheatreArea in m2
Casteler Room1005065

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  • Telephone020 7344 1811