The House of Lords
The Cholmondeley Room and connecting Terrace are the largest venues available for hire in the House of Lords.
Have drinks in the Cholmondeley Room before moving to the Terrace for a sit-down lunch or dinner. Alternatively, the Terrace can be used for receptions or cocktail parties.
Throughout the Cholmondeley Room you can see royal coats of arms from William the Conqueror to Queen Victoria.
The ornate wallpaper was designed by Augustus Pugin, who collaborated with Charles Barry to produce the gothic designs throughout the Houses of Parliament.
It has been used by the CPA for hosting drink receptions in the past.
There is no public access to this area of Parliament, and attendance is by ticket only entrance.
Delegates and their guests must book in advance.