Ideally located for both society and corporate events at the city’s geographic centre, Rosewood London’s magnificent selection of heritage function rooms and facilities can accommodate all sizes and types of gatherings, from intimate dinners to receptions for up to 555 guests.

Encompassing 12 event spaces, Rosewood London offers 1,083 square metres (11,660 square feet) of indoor meeting space, including one Grand Ballroom with foyer and three heritage boardrooms with original architectural features. The 20-seat Dining Room offers the possibility of unique culinary experiences, as it is the only private dining space in a five-star London hotel with a show kitchen.


Rosewood London’s Grand Ballroom is a luxurious and flexible venue suitable for any occasion. The expansive, dignified hall can accommodate up to 555 guests and can be divided into three smaller spaces, each with an independent entrance. Two dramatic staircases lead from the Rosewood London lobby to the balcony, which overlooks the Grand Ballroom’s spectacular foyer and leads directly to the five Salons, which can serve as supplementary rooms for ballroom conferences or festive events.

A series of five elegantly appointed rooms, the salons can be divided into two, three, four or five separate chambers. Their close proximity to the ballroom and their state-of-the-art amenities make them flexible break-out spaces for a larger event. With easy access from the lobby, they can equally function as independent rooms.

Situated on the ground floor with large windows that catch the sunlight, The Dining Room and The Living Room are private adjoining spaces that can accommodate up to 20 guests for a meeting, working breakfast, luncheon, private dinner or even a small banquet. As the only private dining space with a show kitchen in a five-star London hotel, The Dining Room offers opportunities for unique culinary experiences, be it a food and wine pairing event, an in-depth cooking lesson or a theatrical private dinner.

Overlooking High Holborn, The Chairman’s Boardrooms offer a stately, eye-catching location for lunch, dinner or board meetings for up to 14 people. Named in honour of three past Chairmen of Pearl Assurance – Sir George, Sir James and Sir Geoffrey – the heritage boardrooms showcase original architectural features of the former Pearl Assurance building, including the carefully preserved French walnut and Cuban mahogany-panelled fireplaces.

Imbued with the elegance and refinements of the early 20th century, all three boardrooms have distinct characters and identities. Each room has its own bespoke paper stock, logo, letterhead and stationery. The boardrooms enjoy plentiful natural light and can also serve as characterful private dining rooms.

A rarefied retreat set on the third storey, the Manor Club is ideal for private functions. Enriched with British heritage and refined elegance, the Manor Club is decorated in subdued hues and the finest materials, offering the highest standards and personalised service to ensure a seamless event. 

For an event space like no other, choose Scarfes Bar at Rosewood London. Available to hire for private use for up to 120 guests between 7:00am and 11:00am daily, hold a breakfast meeting or talk and discover a true sense of place and style in this unique venue. Scarfes Bar evokes a convivial atmosphere with a roaring fire, cosy velvet armchairs and sofa seating, bookcases filled with over 1,000 antique books hand-picked by a Portobello antique dealer and low-key lighting. Designed by renowned Martin Brudnizki, Scarfes Bar has been lovingly evolved into a living canvas by artist Gerald Scarfe whose characterful and conversational illustrations adorn the marble walls. Evening hire is also occasionally available.

The beguiling jewel box design of the Mirror Room, a strikingly, elegant salon with floor to ceiling mirrors, provides a ready-set private event space with a refined and residential feel. Located on the ground floor of the hotel, the arrival experience is through wrought-iron gates, into the peaceful inner courtyard and finally via the rose bronze Gallery into the Mirror Room itself. This modern and flexible space is filled with natural daylight and conversational art pieces and can host up to 200 for cocktail parties and 100 for seated dinners. Features include a patisserie counter which can be used as a buffet station, built in PA systems, a private cloakroom and a break out space, the Dining Room, which has its very own show kitchen, ideal for interactive cooking sessions.

SqM / SqFtLunch DinnerDinner DanceReceptionBuffetTheatreClassroomCabaretU-ShapeBoardroom
The Chairman's Boardrooms
Sir George49 / 52714-----14
Sir James38 / 40912-----12
Sir Geoffrey38 / 40912-----12
Private Dining Rooms
Living Room80 / 86120-302520-20
Dining Room60 / 64512-251812-12
The Ballroom
The Grand Ballroom397 / 4,27334028055543024020090
Ballroom One145 / 1,56110070135120805440
Ballroom Two165 / 1,77611080155140906540
Ballroom Three147 / 1,58210070135120805440
Foyer176 / 1,894--220----
Ballroom One and Two310 / 3,3372001602902601609050
Ballroom Two and Three312 / 3,3582001602902601609050
The Salons
Salon One40 / 43112-251812-14
Salon Two31.5 / 33912-201812-12
Salon Three34 / 36612-201812-12
Salon Four38 / 40912-202412-12
Salon Five37.5 / 40412-202412-12
Salon One and Two72 / 77540-4540241826
Salon Three, Four and Five111 / 1,19560607085553642
Manor Club165 / 1,776307024301424
Manor Club Boardroom14.5 / 1566

* The capacity figures of Classroom, Theatre and Cabaret are front projection.