One Whitehall Place
Whitehall Place stands impressively on land originally given to the Royal family of Scotland by the English Crown in 800ad, becoming the official residences of the kings of Scotland when residing in England. Though these palaces were destroyed by the great fire of London in 1698, the area continued to be known as Scotland Yard. In time the head quarters for the Metropolitan Police Service adopted the name and this association has made 'Scotland Yard' world famous.
Truly elegant venue steeped in history.
The Gladstone Library
This unique setting offers 280 square meters of naturally lit space.
The Whitehall Suite
A truly unique room still decorated with the original Faience tiles.
The Marble Staircase
Featuring a dedicated entrance and rooms interlinked by a magnificent marble staircase