Adam Room

The Adam Room, used by the Council of Lloyd’s, is an adaptation of the original dining room of Bowood House, Wiltshire. Designed in 1763 by the Scottish architect Robert Adam, it was recreated in the new Lime Street premises in 1956 when large parts of Bowood House were demolished. Located on the 11th floor, beneath the glass atrium, the Adam Room’s classic Georgian elegance achieves a striking contrast with the present building’s post-modern design. Its unique ambience combined with breathtaking panoramic views of the city make it one of the most spectacular event venues in London.

Adam Room

EVENT SPACE
DINNER
DINNER DANCE
COCKTAIL PARTY
THEATRE STYLE
CABARET
BOARDROOM
U-SHAPE
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