The Westminster Collection welcomes four new members

Venue consortium The Westminster Collection (TWC) has added four new venues to its portfolio: 110 Rochester Row, 20 Cavendish Square, The Athenaeum Hotel (pictured) and 195 Piccadilly, the home of BAFTA.

Newly launched to the events market on 12 September 2013, 110 Rochester Row is purpose-built and located equidistant from Pimlico and London Victoria stations. The venue is owned and operated by registered charity, the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

20 Cavendish Square, the home of the Royal College of Nursing, is located to the north of Oxford Street. This restored Georgian mansion house is suitable for meetings, receptions and fine dining experiences. The venue has 14 meeting rooms, with the largest accommodating 200 guests.

The 164-bedroom Athenaeum Hotel in Mayfair can host board meetings, cocktail parties or conferences for up to 100 guests. The hotel’s three meeting rooms can be booked together to provide a dedicated meeting floor. The hotel also features a Living Wall vertical garden, spa, restaurant and bar.

195 Piccadilly, home of BAFTA, is located in the West End and offers five rooms for corporate events, private dining and weddings.

“Since its establishment in 2003, The Westminster Collection has gone from strength to strength with a growing portfolio of culturally interesting venues, located in the City of Westminster,” says TWC’s  Membership Director and No. 11 Cavendish Square’s Commercial Director, Jonathan Morris. “The range is diverse, from townhouses and private members clubs to historic houses, unique venues and attractions; there’s something different about each to suit organisers’ wide ranging needs.”

The collection recently held its Destination Westminster venue showcase at 8 Northumberland Avenue, with 3D holograms, mood altering lighting, ’unconference’ techniques and social media collaboration among the tips shared during the event.

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