New Ballrooms

New Ballrooms


Located on the ground floor, the dynamic events space Kaijô benefits from natural daylight and private access from the street. The flexibility of the space offers up to 6 different room options over 178 square meters. It is the perfect place to organise any type of meeting or social event, with the unique added value of serving Nobu’s iconic cuisine. Whether you want to host a product launch, trade event, seminar, exhibition, theatre or music event our Kaijô space can adapt to your needs.


2Ten Trinity Square

The UN Ballroom was the setting for the inaugural reception of the United Nations General Assembly in 1946. Now, at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square, it stands beautifully restored, ready to enhance events with intricate, historic detailing. Corinthian columns, walnut panelling and two magnificent crystal chandeliers set the scene for an elegant wedding or impressive corporate event. From its second-floor location, the room’s windows overlook the Trinity Square Gardens and beyond to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Pre-function space and Merchants Hall complement the UN Ballroom for pre- and post-event refreshments.


3The Curtain

With space for 200 seated and 210 standing, state of the art technology, bespoke menus, excellent cocktails and a dedicated planner to make sure no detail is missed, The Curtain has really got events covered. From meetings to weddings to grand dinner parties to launches, it’s time to bring back the ballroom.



4The Ned

The Tapestry Room has a capacity of up to 200 people and features original walnut panelling and crystal chandeliers, The Tapestry Room is the most iconic space at The Ned. It takes its name from the remarkable pastoral tapestry that wraps around the upper walls – the largest of its kind ever produced in England when it was created in the 1920’