Ned Hotel Venue Hire EC2
The Ned is a new lifestyle hotel with distinctive personality, combining the attention to detail and service of a boutique hotel, with grand proportions. Soho House and Sydell Group have collaborated on the design, which evokes a sense of 1920’s glamour
Offering 252 bedrooms, including 20 Heritage Rooms and 4 speciality suites, each room will have unique elements so no two will be the same. Also housing 9 individual bars & restaurants with a range of existing Soho House concepts and new concepts, unique to The Ned.
Located in the heart of the City of London, each one of our meeting spaces boasts period features including walnut panelling and vintage chandeliers, as well as ample domed windows to allow for plenty of natural light.
Rooms range in size from 21 square metres to 165 square metres, and can accommodate between 4 and 200 people. Food and drinks menus – ranging from cocktails and snacks to four-course dinners – can be created by our team.Packages
The Tapestry Room has a capacity of up to 210 people
Featuring original walnut panelling and crystal chandeliers, The Tapestry Room is our most iconic space. It takes its name from the remarkable pastoral tapestry that wraps around the upper walls – the largest of its kind ever produced in England when it was created in the 1920s.
he Saloon has a capacity of up to 120 people
Dominated by an 18th-century chandelier sourced from London’s Devonshire House, The Saloon glories in ornate chalk frieze and a restored parquet floor.
The Drawing Room has a capacity of up to 80 people
Connected to The Saloon, The Drawing Room has a club-like feel, with its with its restored panelled walls lined with period etchings, paintings and lithographs.
The RWB Room has a capacity of up to 60 people
Originally the private luncheon room of the Midland Bank’s chairman, Reginald McKenna, the RWB Room is distinguished by its unique light oak panelling, giving it an intimate, informal atmosphere.
The Rose Room has a capacity of up to 14 people
Named after The Rose Tavern, which stood on The Ned’s site before being consumed by the Great Fire of London, the Rose Room features original chandeliers, a marble fireplace and mahogany wood panelling.
The Wren Room has a capacity of up to 10 people
Named after Sir Christopher Wren, esteemed designer of St Mildred’s Church, which previously occupied The Ned’s site, this room features original chandeliers and wood panelling, and an ornate carpet inspired by large-leaf verdure tapestries.
The Ned has six Grade I-listed meeting rooms and two outdoor terraces available to hire on the historic and fully-restored sixth floor