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116 Pall Mall

116 Pall Mall

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Magnificent in its Georgian architecture & elegance, 116 Pall Mall is a Grade I listed building just moments from iconic London locations, such as Downing Street, Mayfair and Covent Garden.

The building’s luxurious interiors include handsome period features and a wide range of versatile and flexible spaces across five floors.

Key features include:

ORIGINAL ART & DÉCOR   Such as 16ft oil paintings of the battles of Waterloo and Trafalgar, alongside portraits of Lord Nelson and the Duke of Wellington and a variety of marble busts.

ORIGINAL VAULTED CELLARS   Once the original washrooms for officers of the United Services Club and now home to the Wine Bar and Café Duke, both with exposed brickwork.

CHANDELIERS IN MOST ROOMS   Including the 15ft Regency chandelier above the main staircase, given by George IV to commemorate the country’s victory in the Battle of Waterloo.

CAFÉ DUKE   The original washrooms used by officers of the United Services Club, Café Duke has served as a filming location for blockbuster Batman movie The Dark Knight and the award-winning TV drama Downton Abbey.

THE GARDEN   Access to communal gardens on Carlton House Terrace, adjacent to Waterloo Place and surrounded by Georgian architecture.

116 Pall Mall has featured in a wide range of historic moments, TV programmes and films, including:

  • Downton Abbey 
  • Gandhi 
  • The Dark Knight 
  • Foyle’s War
  • Margaret Thatcher’s eulogy for President Reagan 
  • Made in Chelsea

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