Green Room at Century Club
About this space
With its original exposed walls bathed in a wave of natural light, The Green Room is an organic multi-functioning space, amid the bustling capital. This fresh haven is a versatile blank canvas which is ready for the creative touch of those who use the Club for events such as weddings, business conferences and product launches, to name just a few. The organic beauty of this city space is only emphasised by the easy access to our Outer Terrace, where guests can extend their party in the fresh air above the vibrant West End streets below.
- Sound system
- Lighting system installed
- Domed roof for acoustics
- Wooden floor
- Feature ceiling
- Full In AV
- Built in speaker system
- Access to semi-private smoking terrace
Catering and drinks
Music & sound equipment
Rules of the space
No smoking in the building
Cancellation policy: Standard 30 day
Cancellations 30 days in advance will receive a full refund.
Cancellations 30 days to 7 days in advance will receive a 50% refund.
Cancellations for events starting within 7 days are non-refundable.
Event date of a confirmed booking can be changed to another date within 1 months from the original date, at no cost.
About Century Club
At our Club, you are spoilt for choice. Within our four floors comes an array of uniquely designed and distinctly stylish rooms available to you. Incredibly versatile, we have a space that will perfectly suit your needs. From morning until night, intimate gatherings to extravagant soirees, we are here to provide the perfect backdrop for your event.
However large or small your request may be, our events team will be delighted to help design your perfect occasion. With flexibility at the core of the Club’s ethos, our team are always on hand to ensure each and every guest has an unforgettable time. Whether you wish to host a milestone birthday celebration or a private dining experience up to 100 guests, a private screening night and full band performance, or even a completely bespoke party for 200 guests, no enquiry is too much.