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Maximum Capacity (69)

Step inside The Library and be transported back to the glitz and glamour of the roaring 1920s. Located in the Marriott Hotel County Hall, The Library décor features oak bookcases stacked with the classics and adorned with busts of literary and historical figures. Indulge in history whilst enjoying spectacular views over the River Thames and Big Ben.

Discover a quintessentially British experience: the traditional afternoon tea. Freshly prepared by our creative pastry chefs, afternoon tea features reimagined classics including a delectable arrangement of cakes and pastries, sweet and savoury scones served with seasonal jams and clotted cream, and full flavoured finger sandwiches. Refreshing fine leaf teas, flutes of champagne and botanical gin cocktails compliment these dishes to perfection.

When the sun sets behind Big Ben and the River Thames sparkles at dusk, there is no better place to spend dinner than The Library. Set in the intimacy of historical book cases, in the former Members Library of the Greater London Council, this British restaurant with a modern twist, is offering contemporary dining from its seasonal menu created by award winning Head Chef Jamie Welch and a perfectly paired wine list. With unparalleled views, classic elegance of the crystal cut wine glasses and crisp white linen, The Library is the perfect place to celebrate, no matter the occasion