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2 Caxton Street London SW1H WESTMINSTERFollowing a dramatic £30 million refurbishment, St. Ermin's Hotel is now a unique blend of historically significant interiors, textural design and modern, innovative facilities.Located at the heart of Westminster, minutes from QEII, One Great George Street, Central Hall and Church House, St. Ermin's is perfectly situated for London business travel, hospitality and conferences.The hotel boasts 331 guest rooms and suites and 15 meeting and event spaces. The spaces, from the intimate meeting rooms to the grand ballroom, all provide state-of-the-art technology, an abundance of natural light and excellent service from an experienced meetings & events team. Considered food packages, served in the stylish break-out areas, are as flexible and innovative as the spaces.For more information or to arrange a show round, please contact Tom Walsh on +44 (0)20 7227 4816 or

No.11 Cavendish SquareThe venue: No.11 Cavendish Square houses over 30 event spaces spread across four fl oors with several large theatres, break-out rooms and board rooms. A £100,000 refurbishment of the conservatory saw it transformed into an 18th Century inspired Orangery, which leads onto a courtyard garden with a feature 'living wall.'The brief: Dani Harrod, Senior Marketing Executive at Kingsley Napley, selected West End venue No.11 Cavendish Square after searching for 'London venues' using a venue fi nding service. He wanted to create a quirky theme that would capture the imagination of the company's 200 staff at the annual Christmas party, while being conscious of the need for good value for money and excellent transportation links. No.11 Cavendish sits very near to Oxford Circus tube station.The execution: No.11 Cavendish conjured up a fantasy realm reminiscent of C. S. Lewis's Narnia, complete with atmospheric lighting, snow and ice features, small pine trees and a vintage lamp post. Even a fi gure of Aslan the lion featured in the courtyard garden.Guests entered Narnia through 'the wardrobe' and enjoyed a Prosecco and cocktail reception in the Orangery, which was lit in electric blue, hot pink, purple and orange hues for dramatic impact. The adjacent Burdett Theatre featured cool blue lighting for a crisp, wintery backdrop, complemented by silver candelabra centre pieces, white table clothes and chair covers. Screens in the Burdett Theatre played 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe' while guests enjoyed a three-course dinner created by in-house caterers Ampersand. goes to tinsel-town for law fi rm Kingsley . September 2011 . 15BRAND WESTMINSTER