Quality Crown Hotel Hyde Park
8-14 Talbot Square
London, EN W2 1TS
Phone: (44) 20 72626699
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Art Work Space offers all inclusive event space for events ranging from corporate launches, wedding reception, private parties, fashion shows to business meeting and luncheons. The 145 sq. mt. of venue space is equipped with a bar, and the venue also provides customized catering service depending on each event requirements.Call now for bookings and inquires.
The Grosvenor Victoria Casino does not require a membership fee, but you must register 24 hours before you can play. The restaurant, like those of many mid-range caliber casinos, serves good, modern British/continental fare with grills and seafood on the menu which mainly caters to the casino's clientele. If you don't want a full dinner, you can refuel at the Elements Bar before chancing another round of roulette.
The London Latvian Center houses a comfortable guest house, an entertaining Club Bar and function rooms for various private events. Two room the Main Hall and the Club Room can be used to host private parties as well as formal events. The main hall is elegant with cream walls, french windows and brown wooden floors. A piano is also available. WiFi is available at the venue and arrangements can be made for audio-visual equipment, flip charts and stationary. They even arrange refreshments and meals for your event. Guests can also enjoy a drink at the Bar.
The West London Synagogue opens its doors to one and all, to engage in the activities of the Jewish community. The synagogue plays hosts to various cultural programs that can help promote Jewish culture as well as strengthen community bonds. Their worship service is filled with music which can be enjoyed by people of all faiths and various communities. This place also hosts the Open Arts Cafe: a monthly event that nurture creativity in the community. Check the website for latest updates.
Honing the skills of the future performing artists, Sylvia Young Theatre School has for long been one of the premier training centers in London. Kids aged between 10 to 16 years get a chance to learn from the experts about various genres of performing arts, viz. dance, drama and singing. Founded in 1981, the school is currently housed inside an old church on the Nutford Place and offers classes, workshops and opportunities to perform not just for kids but also for adults. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Little kids will adore this floating theater, which shows puppet productions on a barge on the Thames (hence the name). The Puppet Theatre Barge company have been putting on productions for 20 years, and the 50-seat theater showcases marionette delights such as animated Aesops Fables. From November to June, the barge is moored at Little Venice, but from June to September it moves down the Thames to Kingston and Richmond.
Whiteleys has all the signs of an American-style mall and, fittingly enough, it has a multiplex cinema of amazing proportions too. This modern picture house has eight screens showing all the blockbuster movies you would ever want to watch. All cinemas have air-conditioning and surround sound systems. There is also disabled access and a loop system for the hard of hearing. The Hollywood and Vine Bar serves food and the confectionery kiosks sell yummy Ben and Jerry's ice-cream and pick 'n' mix jellies and sweets. If you want real food, then grab a meal before or after the film at the adjacent food court. To enjoy all of Whiteleys' offerings, get there way before your film starts. For tickets, call +0871 224 4007.
The Canal Cafe Theater is situated in Little Venice, one of the most beautiful places in the city located amidst canals and greenery. This is a small scale theater that shows comedy events, plays and performances. Its location above the Bridge House Pub makes it a convenient place to catch a show after dinner. It is a good spot for celebrity-spotting with loads of famous people regularly visiting the theater. The theater has a capacity for 60 and audiences sit at candle-lit tables.
When you hear bowling alley diner, alluring images certainly do not come to mind, but All Star Lanes jazzes up the concept by bringing class back to the American diner. The atmosphere is contemporary-retro, with wood paneling on the walls, checkered floors in the diner, and vinyl booths for seating. The menu pays homage to classic American diners. If the main menu hasn't already blown your mind as to what a bowling alley can serve, wait until you see the drink menu. Offering a number of cocktails and bourbon aged up to 23 years, All Star Lanes will make the classiest of drinkers ask for more. As far as entertainment is concerned, it has six bowling lanes, apart from the private room which comprises two separate lanes.
Managed by the UK Foundation for Dance, Marylebone Dance Studio is a private one, known for its open classes. These classes include ballet, folk dances, pilates, yoga and more, which have to be arranged directly with the teacher, not through the studio. The studio can also be booked for rehearsals, auditions and other events.
In this increasingly fast-paced world of endless multitasking, what better way to spend an evening than by hitting a one-stop destination for bowling and ice skating? Thanks to Queens, never again will you have to traipse from venue to venue in order to quell your bowling-and-skating-in-one-day thirst. What's more, Queens is also home to a baffling collection of arcade games, a pizza parlor and a bar. One could easily spend a whole weekend here, making use of all the amenities. Skating lessons are available for all age ranges, and the facility is eminently capable of hosting parties of any stripe.
Let the crimson carpet lead you into the Porchester Hall; an extravagant, Victorian-style venue for the most momentous of occasions. From weddings to anniversaries, concerts to banquets; the hall is a perfect venue for all. With a bar for guests, full kitchen upstairs, an oak dance floor and stage and an exceptional event-planning team at your disposal, there is no way that your celebration will not be cherished.