St Paul’s Cathedral stands tall in the heart of the City of London and offers 3 main meeting rooms for daytime meetings each with their own unique architectural features: The Wren Suite, Temple Bar and Chapter House.
- In-built AV equipment
- LCD back-screen projector
- High-quality PA system
- Central London location
- IT support
Containing some of the oldest and most beautiful architectural features in St Paul’s Cathedral, the Wren Suite combines the splendour of Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece with the convenience of 21st-century facilities. The space also benefits from a sizeable ante-chamber, the Beehive, for refreshments and break-out sessions.
Designed and built by Sir Christopher Wren and his son in 1715, this elegant red brick building located immediately next to the Cathedral houses two intimate rooms. With views overlooking the north side of the Cathedral and its iconic dome, the first-floor Chapter Rooms offer a unique space for meetings and small events.
70 Standing Reception
Available for smaller events is Sir Christopher Wren’s Temple Bar. Temple Bar is a unique structure that marked the gateway to the City of London for 200 years, and has graced many locations throughout its lifetime. Recently, Temple Bar was moved to its present location at Paternoster Square, opposite St Paul’s Cathedral, and makes a wonderful setting for both daytime and evening functions.