At the top of the building the Wren Room is a large, open room with fantastic rooftop views from its north and south facing full-height windows. There is no fixed setting here so the space and seating can be configured however you wish, for events ranging from board meetings to theatre-style presentations to receptions, seated lunches and intimate Christmas parties.
There is the added attraction of a roof terrace, onto which the north-facing windows open out.
Hiring this room in conjunction with the smaller Hawksmoor Room as a breakout or catering area allows you and your delegates to enjoy the exclusivity of the entire Sixth Floor, including the landing and terrace area.
About the architect
Sir Christopher Wren is arguably Britain's best-known architect. Most of his life was dedicated to rebuilding London following the Great Fire of 1666. His masterpiece was, of course, the new St Paul's Cathedral, but Wren designed dozens of smaller City churches, as well as Greenwich Hospital and Chelsea Hospital.
St Paul's Cathedral. Photograph by Joe Low. RIBA Library Photographs Collection. www.ribapix.com