A wonderful bright, airy and modernly decorated room with a polished wooden floor and plain Adam ceiling. The Tavern Room is well suited for receptions, smaller conferences and meetings and private dining. Capacity: up to 70.
RSA House Romney Room
An elegant and multi-functional first floor room with a magnificent original ceiling designed by the Adam brothers.
The Romney Room offers space for meetings, conferences, small dinners and break out spaces in the surroundings of Georgian splendour.
- Reception: 40
- Theatre: 30
- Dinner: 30
- Cabaret: 21
- Boardroom: 22
About hiring this space
Conveniently situated on the first floor, the Romney Room has adjoining doors to both the Prince Philip and Shipley rooms which work well for interconnecting break out spaces. It is often used as the refreshments or pre-dinner drinks reception space when hired in conjunction with the Prince Philip Room.
This room includes a built-in 65” screen and Clickshare USB facility, enabling easy connection for presentations. Audio and video conferencing packages are also available on request.
Did you know?
The Romney Room was named after Robert Lord Romney, second president of the RSA. This was once the main drawing room of number 2 John Adam Street.
The fireplace and doorcase were rescued from Bowood House, Wiltshire, when a wing was demolished in 1955-6.
Other popular rooms
The Adam ceiling with painted roundels offers a stunning focus to the room which can be connected to Romney for larger events. Featuring three large screens, the space is perfect for smaller conferences and meetings and makes for an intimate private dining setting. Capacity: up to 60.