One Whitehall Place was originally built from 1182-1187 as the National Liberal Club
In 1985, an opportunity arose for the adjacent 5-star Royal Horseguards Hotel to take over two floors of the Club so these floors were renovated and re-identified as One Whitehall Place. One Whitehall Place consists of seven function rooms (including the Gladstone Library), that can accommodate events of 30 to 650 people, some offering stunning views over River and London Eye.
The architectural heritage of the building has earned it Grade I status, and has made it one of London ’s most iconic buildings. All of the function rooms boast fine examples of the architecture and interior design, which provide a magnificent back drop to any event.