Originally William Osborn's Adelphi Tavern opened in 1772 as part of the Adelphi Hotel. It features in Charles Dickens' Pickwick Papers, and Dickens himself was a member of the Society, serving as a Vice-President and on two of its committees.
This spacious and elegant ground-floor room features an RSA commissioned chandelier and two original Adam fireplaces. There is a large window that runs the length of the room providing a stunning view of the Strand.
A first floor event space ideal for smaller events, dinners and conferences. The Prince Philip Room has an Adam ceiling with painted roundels offering a stunning focus to the room which can be connected to Romney for larger events.