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    The Ritz

    150 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9BR

    Renowned for its opulent décor and its Louis XV1 style interiors

    The Ritz London is located in the heart of the city’s West End with views over Piccadilly and Green Park, one of the most famous of London’s royal parks. The 136 room luxury hotel, offers Michelin-starred dining in The Ritz Restaurant – often described as one of the most beautiful dining rooms in Europe – The Palm Court for Afternoon Tea and the art nouveau Rivoli Bar for cocktails. The decorative features in the guest rooms have been skilfully combined to include the most contemporary technological facilities including complimentary wi-fi access, CD and DVD players, flat screen TV’s and in the suites, desk laptops are included.

    The most opulent of all the banquet rooms, The William Kent Room, is a spacious private dining room on the ground floor overlooking Green Park with seating for up to 24 for lunch or dinner. Featuring the most stunning original architecture in the house, the room is dominated by a breathtaking coved ceiling in grand Italian Renaissance style, highlighted in gold relief against a brilliant blue and red background.

    The Queen Elizabeth Room is a delightful drawing room style ante room with views over Green Park towards Buckingham Palace interconnecting with both The William Kent Room to one side and The Wimborne Room to the other. An elegant boardroom or private dining room for up to 16 people, The Wimborne Room is perfect for a corporate meeting room or a small lunch or dinner party.

    The largest salon in the house, also on the ground floor, is The Music Room which accommodates up 60 guests for a banquet dinner, 100 for a theatre-style meeting or 120 for a reception. The Music Room and its adjacent foyer, The Reception Room, both look over the inner courtyard. With its gold leaf mouldings, vaulted ceiling and slender Adamesque pilasters, this stately room epitomises the grand and graceful style of the house.

    A larger conference room, The Burlington Room, is situated in the first floor of the house and offers the ideal environment for formal meetings and presentations. Fully integrated, a magnificent 27 seat board table features connections for up to six lap tops and remote controls for the state of the art audio visual equipment. Conference delegates in The Burlington Room are ensured total privacy and discretion with individual technological arrangements tailor made to suit every requirement.

    A further reception room located off The Long Gallery and adjacent to The Ritz Restaurant is The Marie Antoinette Suite. Accommodating up to 100 people for cocktail receptions and licensed for civil ceremonies, the suite is ornately decorated in the Louis XV1 house style of The Ritz.

    For health and beauty services, The Ritz Salon offers ladies’ and gentlemen’s hairdressing, Aromatherapy Associates treatments and state of the art workout equipment in the Fitness Studio. In addition to the impressive staff to guestroom ratio of two to one, twenty four hour Room Service and round the clock Concierge and Housekeeping services ensure the personalised attention to detail that epitomises the luxury and comfort of every stay at The Ritz.

    Suitable for Breakfast Meetings, Lunches, Afternoon Tea, Meetings, Product Launches, Fashion Events, Dinners, Receptions, Weddings, Birthday Parties, Anniversary Parties

    The Ritz opened to great acclaim in 1906 and throughout its 111 year history the famous and the fashionable have been attracted to this legendary hotel. In 1995 The Ritz was returned to private British ownership and almost immediately a complete refurbishment began on the Grade 11 star listed building. Twelve years later the hotel has been fully restored with no detail left untouched. In 2002 The Ritz received a Royal Warrant for Banqueting and Catering Services. Awarded by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, The Ritz is the first, and only, hotel to have been honoured with this prestigious award. In November 2006 The Ritz opened William Kent House, the Grade 11 star listed building adjoining the hotel featuring an exquisite collection of lavishly decorated reception rooms ideally appointed for both business or social entertaining. Designed in the 1740’s by the renowned 18th century architect William Kent, from whom the house now takes its name, the historic mansion was acquired by The Ritz in 2005. After an extensive period of restoration and renovation in keeping with its original décor, the majesty of the William Kent House interiors is now resplendently reborn and five new banquet rooms provide a varied selection of venue space for elegant dining, bespoke meetings and conferences, gala occasions and weddings.

    The William Kent Room - fixed boardroom table 24
    The William Kent Room - standing 60
    The Queen Elizabeth Room - standing 40
    Wimborne Room - fixed boardroom table 16
    Music Room - standing 100
    Marie Antoinette Suite - standing 80
    Burlington Room - standing 80