I couldn’t think of a better way to start the week than to share some pictures of the newly refurbished Ballroom at The Dorchester
I couldn’t say no to such an invitation could I!
On arrival I could not help but notice the striking luxurious marble staircase which made way to a very light warm welcoming reception area in The Crush Room where the drinks reception was hosted.
Laurent Perrier Rose Champagne flowed all evening, served with an endless supply of the most scrumptious canapés.
Finally we were ushered into The Ballroom, the reason we were all there. The transformation in the room is subtle yet striking with the use of three stylish large crystal chandeliers encased in the room’s iconic ceiling domes inspired by the 1930s originals.
The Ballroom has maintained the existing palette of cream, white, blue and gold, whilst at the same time adding a lighter more contemporary touch to appeal to modern tastes
The evening was an opportunity really to see the transformation of the venue and also to meet and network with colleagues in the industry.
And oh did I say that “The Ballroom is now the only venue in London to offer a la carte dining for up to 500 guests.”
Some Excerpts from the press release