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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