As partners of Luxury Travel Diary for our annual luxury travel event, you may be interested in where we think as the best party venues are in London and which locations we choose to include in our event. For us the Masonic Temple at ANdAZ Liverpool Street is a great choice. Whether you are the office junior tasked with finding a venue for the annual legs-up or the Senior Consultant who wants to impress the pants off the Principal, you will find what you need at ANdAZ Liverpool Street. Looking for a Champagne bar with that bonus season atmosphere? Tick. Sophisticated cocktail bar with quiet corner for cutting a deal or making a date? Tick. Secret venue for private dining? Take a look at the Masonic Temple that was hidden for decades behind a sealed doorway but now restored to splendour. Need a party space for fifty execs with live cooking stations and mixologist? You found it. It’s all housed in a Victorian era railway hotel transformed into an achingly cool modern hospitality venue by Hyatt. There is also Miyaki Japanese restaurant and The George, a traditional English pub.
We have held events here for the past two years and have stayed at the hotel numerous times. Last year, we held a dinner in the Masonic Temple as part of the annual London luxury travel event. This beautiful and unique room was hidden for decades behind a sealed doorway but is now restored to splendour and is the most atmospheric choice for a wedding dinner or if you want to impress the boss. The hotel sometimes screens movies here and has special events open to the public, so keep an eye out for a special night out. For the 2015 event, we arranged an exclusive dinner in the Studio, a large party space with live cooking stations and our own mixologists. The delectable food and signature cocktails made for a great evening out in a more casual atmosphere than the Temple.
Service is slick and professional, the F&B team are very flexible and can cater to every whim. Why not throw your next office party here or wine and dine your mother-in-law. She’ll be impressed.
Review by my friend Andrew Price at Driven2Travel.
Disclosure: Unless otherwise stated reviews are sponsored by the proprietor or brand being appraised. All opinions remain our own & are in no way influenced.