One Queen Anne's Gate offers an ideal and elegant setting for meetings, training, seminars and private fine dining within a listed building set in a beautiful Georgian street. Located a few minutes walk from the Palace of Westminster, One Queen Anne's Gate is linked to the House of Commons by the Division Bell.
We have 9 air conditioned rooms 8 of which have natural daylight. Our unique spaces with all essential audio visual including plasma screens and video conferencing have ranging capacities from a meeting of 4, to a private dinner for 50 or theatre style for 65 delegates. All rooms are fitted with audio induction loops and there is disabled access on the ground floor.
We offer a variety of excellent catering services and to complement our two newly refurbished private dining rooms we offer a bespoke fine dining menu created by our in-house chef. Our dedicated and experienced events team will be able to ease your planning and ensure a successful occasion.
Our venue has superb transport links with St James's Park (Circle and District lines), Victoria and Waterloo mainline stations all being in close proximity.
One Queen Anne's Gate was residence to Sir Edward Grey, Foreign Secretary famous for the quote “the lights are going out all over Europe” before the First World War.