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About this room

Situated within reach of Fortnum & Masons, The Ritz and the luxury stores of Bond St, The Clarence stands prominently on Dover St and offers a great space for hire.

Our light upstairs dining room has two sections that can be booked independently or together catering for up to 100 guests, a perfect location for your party or meeting.


Capacity

Standing

Standing

up to 100

Dining

Dining

up to 60


Starting prices

Minimum Spend - Pay at the bar

M T W T F S S

10:00 - 23:00

from £1000 Per session

Package Per Person - Just pay a fixed price per person

M T W T F S S

10:00 - 23:00

from £30 Per day

*All guide prices are inclusive of VAT

Note on pricing

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Package per person details

Complimentary wi-fi, projector, and screen, flipchart with paper and pens, bottled mineral water, morning pastries, tea, coffee and a buffet lunch.


Catering

In-house catering

Allows external catering

Approved caterers only

BYO alcohol allowed

Can provide alcohol

Kitchen facilities available

Can provide halal

Can provide kosher

Complimentary water

Extensive vegan menu

Extensive gluten-free menu

Complimentary tea and coffee

Buyout fee for external catering


Licences

Alcohol licence until 23:00

Extension available

Temporary event notices (TENs) available


Room features

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi

Projector Projector

Flatscreen TV Flatscreen TV

Flipchart Flipchart

Air conditioning Air conditioning

Natural light Natural light

Whiteboard

Audiovisual (AV) equipment

Conference call facilities

Disabled access

Storage space

Accommodation available

Parking available


About The Clarence

Named after the Duke of Clarence, who later became King William IV, our
location on Dover St was Where Sir Alexander Bell made his first successful telephone call. Dover Street also boasts famous residents, including the 18th century poet Alexander Pope, Buckingham Palace architect John Nash and Polish composer Frederic Chopin, and has been a favourite with locals
ever since.


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