I know, I know; we’re still in Spring! But our Christmas luncheons from just £24.50pp and Christmas dinner parties in our Great Hall from £65pp are selling out fast. In fact – we only have 4 dates remaining for the latter and are now offering these on a first-come-first-serve basis. Whether you’re looking to book a lunch in the run-up to Christmas in our restaurant by St James’s Park or are searching for the perfect private dining venue for a Christmas party, take a look at the full offer details with downloadable menus and get your booking in soon to avoid disappointment.
Westminster’s One Great George Street is honoured to have been selected as a finalist in the category ‘Best Conference Venue Customer Service’ at the 2017 Conference Awards, with the winner due to be announced at an events ceremony on 30th June 2017.
Encapsulated within the The Global Conference Network (GCN) brand, the Conference Awards is the network’s flagship event. Now in its 6th year and attracting over 600 conference professionals, this awards body recognises and rewards excellence for events and teams from across the globe.
The month of May is always the release of the new Beverage List. This is after the budget announcement, trade tastings, research and copious amount of tastings and haggling with the F&B Manager Joao Da Silva and Director Gary Payne in darkened rooms as we hide away and come up with new wines for the list.
Enjoy one eventful week at One Great George Street with these great offers. Start off the week well with a dinner of 30 people or more at London’s recently crowned ‘Best Private Dining Venue’ for just £65pp. Then enjoy day delegate rates from just £55pp during the week when booking our Rennie or Palmer Room. Finish off the week by enjoying no opening charge if you opt for a non-exclusive weekend conference.
What matters most to you during your working day? Is it the feeling of accomplishment when a project goes right? Or is it having a laugh with your colleagues?
In the hospitality industry, due to the sometimes very unsociable hours that we keep, one of the most important aspects of the role is the feeling of camaraderie – we’re all in this together come what may.