30 Euston Square and Searcys have just announced their newly renovated Heritage Rooms, designed to offer the best of British hospitality for private dining and events alike.
The home of the Royal College of General Practitioners since 2013 was initially designed and constructed in 1906 by renowned architect Arthur Beresford Pite.
Located adjacent to Euston station, the original building featured six executive meeting rooms, which have all been wonderfully transformed, each with its own character and charm, new furnishings, palatial amenities, fresh paint tones and state-of-art technology, bringing the collection of rooms into the 21st century — yet, their historical essence remains intact.
The team at 30 Euston Square have applied the highest level of service to all client meetings and events, with newly designed day and evening packages featuring the best of British hospitality as the pivotal role.
From sustainability-conscious catering, a dedicated events team and attentive butler service, the Heritage Rooms offer an exceptional experience in sophisticated surroundings that are perfectly suited for groups of 8 to 40 people.
Bespoke breakfast, lunch and dinner menus have been created by award winning Executive Head Chef, Daniel Broughton, launching 30 Euston Square’s own butter, bread and petit fours – with all ingredients sourced from the best producers in the British Isles.
Packages include the healthy breakfast “fuel the mind” menu as well as the Full Heritage breakfast menu, while private dining experiences for lunch and dinner include British favourites such as Smoked Loch Duart salmon, roast Cornish Pollock and Yorkshire rhubarb parfait.
Allan Heard, general manager of 30 Euston Square, said, “We are looking forward to providing the highest level of service and private dining in these wonderful surroundings and to help create memorable experiences together for our customers.
'I am really proud of our chefs who have delivered a fresh and contemporary British menu that sits perfectly with the new stunning design of the Heritage Rooms. This is an incredible opportunity to share our wealth of knowledge on fine dining and hospitality in a landmark London location.”
30 Euston Square’s architect Kathy Tilney advised award-winning interior designers, Softroom, to ensure the heritage of the building was reflected and celebrated in the designs. Following the refurbishment, each Grade-II* listed room boasts restored period detailing, as well as its own individual colour scheme. Bespoke designed carpets have been created using a blend of the room colours, resulting in an eye-catching design that unites the six Heritage Rooms.