The Mondrian (January 2018)

Our first event of 2018 took it back to where we first had the idea for Eventprofslive….The Mondrian Hotel located on the Southbank. It was great to head back to see how much The Mondrian, and Eventprofslive has evolved!

For those who have not been to The Mondrian, you must – it oozes glamour all with amazing views overlooking the River Thames and the stunning City of London.

A few of us where lucky enough to check out the new Agua Bathhouse and Spa which is based in the Mondrian and quite the unexpected treat! The spa has six private treatment rooms, a nail and grooming lounge, steam rooms and the most elegant spa lounge we’ve seen – the perfect spot to relax with a glass of bubbles which is exactly what we did (all in the name of research of course). The spa lounge would make a great area to add a special touch to your events or a great place to pop in for a cheeky manicure!

After the spa it was off to The Rumpus Room which is a stunning rooftop bar with fantastic views of London – we LOVE this space! The space can hold up to 250 people for a drinks reception and there is also an outdoor balcony for those who wish to take in the views with some fresh air. The Rumpus Room is also perfect for semi-private areas if you need a drinks space for a smaller group before dinner in the hotel’s private dining space. Our group loved this space – fantastic views of London, attentive waiting staff all with delicious food and drinks whilst soaking up the atmosphere of the live entertainment. When you are the space don’t forget to check out the photo booth as well which provided hours of entertainment and photos we are not willing to share!

Although very important on our events, it wasn’t all eating, drinking and chatting! After we all caught up it was off to check out the event spaces which are really versatile with options to suit all group sizes. The main meeting space is located on its own, self-contained level which is perfect if you want exclusivity and privacy. On this floor, there are 4 studios that can either be opened as one room for up to 275 guests for a conference or, split into 4 rooms for smaller meetings / breakout sessions. The Studio Foyer has a great movie theme throughout with references to the film world which we loved. The Screening Room is a state of the art movie theatre for up to 57 guests in a luxury setting, a great spot for product launches, a screening of the latest (or a favourite) film or even a quirky breakout room. The Foyer itself is also a great option for a drinks and canapés reception before heading into the Screening Room for the film.

Up next on our site visit was the popular Dandeylan Bar which is famous for its cocktails! This space, like the rest of the hotel, is super cool and the bartenders add to this with their mixology skills. This space can hold up to 200 people on exclusive hire or there is an area at the back for semi-private hire for smaller groups. This space is also a great option for a day conference space as there is a projector and black-out blinds if wish to hide the wonderful view to discuss that “special project”.

Within the restaurant, there is a cute private dining room for up to 22 guests. It has a luxury feel with leather chairs, a solid wooden table and the stunning original “S” and “C” gold letters on the wall from the original signage. The area is made private with sliding glass doors and has its own private terrace – perfect for some pre-dinner drinks (well maybe in a few months’ time once the sun makes an appearance!). The menu is a feasting menu providing lots of options for your guests but also adds that interactive / less formal feel which is super trendy now. The restaurant – like the rest of the hotel – is very flexible so if you would prefer a formal menu just ask.

The hotel is a great spot for eating, drinking and meeting so something for everyone – we highly recommend you check it out!

 

 

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