Expert planning for conferences, meetings, events, and golf programs


London, England’s capital, set on the River Thames, is a 21st century city with history stretching back to Roman times. At its centre stand the imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic “Big Ben” clock tower, Westminster Abbey, site of British monarch coronations. The famous ‘mall’ leading to Buckingham Palace, home of Queen Elizabeth II, Across the Thames, the London Eye observation wheel provides panoramic views of the entire city.

History and tradition greet you at every turn, it’s one of the coolest, most modern exciting cities in the world. People come to glimpse the Royals, top by the galleries and museums, take in the theatre, sample tea and scones or visit those interesting watering holes known as ‘pubs’.

It is a city with architectural icons, Tower of London, St Pauls Cathedral. The British Museum, National Gallery of Art, Tate Modern, and more. Not to be forgotten the distinctive parks and squares, green spaces large and small are civilized retreats...

A selection of tours

Cabinet War Rooms/Churchill Museum

Privately guided tour of the Cabinet War Rooms and Churchill Museum with the Curator and Specialist guides Sir Winston Churchill and his Cabinet directed WWII from these underground War Rooms.Visit the Churchill Museum, the world’s first major museum dedicated to the life of Sir Winston Churchill. The museum examines how Churchill achieved his global iconic status and looks at the changing world in which he lived his long and extraordinary life.

Kensington Palace

Before it is open to the public, enjoy the Palace to yourselves. Home to many members of the Royal Family including the late Diana, Princess of Wales, this visit gives a deeper insight into the daily lives of probably the most famous family in the world

Houses of Parliament

Enjoy a wonderful and exclusive lunch in a private dining room at the House of Lords, overlooking the River Thames, hosted by a Lord. This banqueting space has a Terrace overlooking the River and the London Eye.

A selection of evening event venues

Dinner at Spencer House

The stunning 18th Century ancestral home of Princess Diana’s family, Spencer House, is a short distance from St James's Palace and Buckingham Palace and has a splendid terrace and garden with magnificent views of Green Park. It is THE venue for a private evening. A group of 100 people would be split between two dining rooms.

Thames River Cruise

A private evening River Cruise with Dinner on board a beautiful art-deco boat.with dance band, live music and a stunning firework display against the London skyline. The fireworks can be themed with the company logo and will take place on Savoy Pier as the boat arrives back from the dinner cruise. This is a great way to see the sites of London floodlit against the night sky.

Tower of London

This includes a private visit to the Crown Jewels, with a champagne and canapé reception and dinner inside one of London’s most important historic buildings. The evening finishes with the Ceremony of the Keys, locking up the Tower of London at night!