The Royal Exchange is a building steeped in history. From its early beginnings in 1565 to its glorious rebirth in 2001, this is a site that has always stood for trade.
This remarkable building, surrounded by the Bank of England, Mansion House and the Merchant Taylors’ Hall was founded as a ‘comely bourse for merchants to assemble upon’, by the wealthy land mercer Sir Thomas Gresham.
The Royal Exchange Private Dining Rooms overlook the bustling courtyard below and there are superb 19th century ambulatory paintings that encompass the building from the room’s reception area. These light and airy rooms offer a superb dining experience.
Both rooms have been finished in rich timber and French marble, creating a sense of opulence and sophisticated glamour. The use of contemporary design amid such an antique structure works perfectly.