Meetings & Events

Gather up to 115 delegates in one of London’s most sought-after neighbourhoods. Our four meeting venues provide an abundance of natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows, with up to 324 square metres of space to connect and collaborate with state-of-the-art tech and personalized service.

The Astrea

In the 17th century, writer Aphra Behn worked as a spy for Charles II under code-name Astrea. She went on to write under this pseudonym throughout her life, before she was laid to rest in 1689 at Westminster Abbey.

The Boothroyd

In Ian Fleming’s Bond books, Major Boothroyd is Q, head of the fictional research and development division at MI5, our real-life neighbour.

The Bowling Alley

When Oscar Wilde checked in to L’Hotel in Paris, he did so under the pseudonym Sebastian Melmoth. Wilde, or Melmoth, is honoured with a memorial in Poet’s Corner, Westminster Abbey.

The Sid

Sidney Reilly, a 19th-century spy for the British Secret Service, is widely thought to have been the prototype for the character of James Bond in Ian Fleming’s novels of the ‘50s and ‘60s.

Connect with ease

We offer a range of unique spaces to suit.
From company brainstorms to intimate dinners and cocktail receptions.
Our events spaces reflect the eclectic rich local history. Elegant, spacious meeting rooms and event venues with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment. Intimate private dining rooms providing a unique
contemporary and sophisticated dining experience.

Host in style

At The Westminster we have reinvigorated the experience of bowling. This funky exclusive and fully private space is a desired destination, perfect for personal celebrations and team-building events alike. Guests can take full advantage of unlimited bowling and enjoy their very own private bar. With our carefully curated STK playlist we are providing the perfect setting for cool and exclusive private experiences. This space is truly unforgettable.