London Four Seasons opens two residential-style events spaces

The Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square launched two new events spaces—The Thames Penthouse and The City Penthouse—on the seventh floor of the historic Grade-II listed building.

Interior designer David Linley from London transformed the venues with refined interiors with an individual style and character for each space.

With panoramic views of the city, the 6,000-square-foot residential-style Thames Penthouse has floor-to-ceiling windows and uninterrupted views of the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Following the length of the penthouse, a 1,500-square-foot terrace has views over the city. The penthouse also includes a bar, open plan seating/living area and kitchen as well as powder rooms. It is suitable for receptions up to 80 people, private dinners and meetings or events.

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Meanwhile, the City Penthouse, located on the same floor, is a 3,000-square-foot event space. The main entertaining space has large windows overlooking the hotel atrium providing plenty of natural daylight. A connecting room is the breakout area for breakfast or lunch. The penthouse also has a large kitchen area and powder rooms.

Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square