Set along the River Thames, this impressive chateau-style, iconic building on London’s skyline offers a truly exemplary events space, superlative ambiance and high-tech facilities while encompassing genuine British heritage within its walls.
One Whitehall Place is now a feature of the five star Horseguards hotel but it was once part of the National Liberal Club below, the foundation stone being laid by William Gladstone in 1884. The land was also once home to the Kings of Scotland when residing in London. The Gladstone library has 65,000 books on the surrounding shelves. The actual books are now at The University of Bristol. What you see here now are faithful recreations of the book spines only.
Arranged over two of the four spectacular floors, its magnificent rooms are reached by an awe-inspiring, circular, self-standing marble staircase, the largest of its kind in Europe. One Whitehall Place is within easy reach of all key business centers, tourist attractions, cultural landmarks and transport links.