The Prince Philip Room is a first floor event space directly above the Tavern Room and provides an ideal backdrop for conferences, meetings, dinners and drinks receptions. Located next to the Romney Room, Shipley Room and Folkestone Room these series of rooms can work well together for break out spaces or independently. The Adam ceiling with painted roundels offers a stunning focus to the room.
The Prince Philip Room was named after HRH Duke of Edinburgh to mark his long service as the President of the Society. The portrait of HRH by Michael Clark is displayed in this room.
A 52" plasma screen is included in this space.
Additional services are available to hire including amplified speakers, video conferencing, conferencing telephone and much more.
An elegant room with a magnificent original Adam ceiling was once the main drawing room of number 2 John Adam Street. The Romney Room now offers space for meetings, conferences, small dinners and break out spaces
A modern and contemporary room with a simple Adam ceiling is ideal for smaller presentations, board meetings and candlelit dinners. The room currently features a series of etchings by Chris Ofili, on loan from the Arts Council.
We welcome visitors with special needs and have tried to adapt our building and services to meet your requirements.
We are fully accessible to wheelchair users. Please speak to a member of our team or reception for assistance with this.
Hard of hearing
Induction loops are installed in the majority of the House. Mobile loops are available for use in all other rooms.
Large print versions of our publications and menus are available on request.