By Sarah Holland, Head of Venue Reservations
“If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way” – Napoleon Hill
Here at Venue Reservations, we help plan events of all different sizes. We love working on events that come with smaller numbers just as much as we do the bigger numbers. We work with the challenges of making smaller events just as impactful as if the room or venue was full with more people or production. We LOVE the smaller venues on our portfolio. But even though they might be small they have BIG personalities.
So if you have small numbers for your event and you are looking for a venue that will be perfect for your numbers which won’t overwhelm your guests, come straight to us! We listen to your event brief and work with you to create the right atmosphere and setting right from the start.
That begins with choosing the right venue which is where we excel and why we are the best.
Here are my top picks for venues that can hold smaller numbers but still guarantee a great effect and fantastic setting for any event.
This is our hidden gem in Tower Bridge. Situated within the North Tower of the Bridge, this intimate yet versatile space provides a stunning backdrop for corporate events, conferences, dinners, receptions and weddings and is the only space available for daytime hire.
Little fact: Did you know Queen Victoria’s favourite colour was brown? Tower Bridge’s North Tower Lounge is brown.
Situated underneath the southern side of the Bridge, the enchanting Engine Rooms house the huge and beautifully maintained coal-driven engines that were once used to power the Bridge lifts.
Wellington Arch is a towering landmark located at Hyde Park Corner and offers a unique venue for corporate and private entertaining. Its historic grandeur, elegant styling and spectacular vistas of the London skyline can’t fail to make your event an unforgettable experience.
Asia House is a beautiful Grade II* Listed Georgian townhouse in central London, located just a few minutes from Oxford Circus, Bond Street, Great Portland Street and Regent’s Park stations. Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street and Regent Street.