The Stafford London is a historic venue, initially built as residences in the 17th century, with a rich and lively past. The Stafford has an array of rooms, each uniquely styled, guests can choose from the Main House, Mews Suites or Carriage House. Each of these areas has something different to offer but upholds the high standards of exquisite style. The Main House was previously home to Lord and Lady Lyttelton and today combines Victorian style with contemporary ease. The Carriage House was previously the former royal mews and stables of the eighteenth century nobility. The Mews Suites are designed as though private residences, reflecting the history of the venue. The Stafford Wine Cellars are iconic and were built in the seventeenth century by Lord Francis Godolphin. The Wine Cellars are available for private events. The Lyttelton Restaurant is decorated in calming colours with floral fabrics and a stunning custom-designed chandelier. Of course, the menu reflects the superb quality of the venue. The American Bar has its own charming history and today offers a range of chic cocktails.
There are a range of rooms, aside from the Wine Cellars, available for private hire. The Pink Room and the Argyll Room interconnect and so can be hired together for larger events or separately. The Panel Room is for individual use and is ideal for intimate events. The Sutherland Room is perfect for seated lunches and dinners as well as meetings. All of these rooms are lavishly decorated and present a thoroughly stylish setting for any event.
24 hour reception
What it’s renowned for
Their wine cellars
You might not know but..
The wine cellar was used as an air raid shelter in WW2.