Standing on Great Queen Street, that connects Covent Garden with Holborn in the West End of London, is the Grade II* listed De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms. With a history dating back to 1775, the building has long been an important event venue, and was once home to the original Freemasons’ Tavern before becoming a hotel in 1909
Since then, the venue has hosted some of the world’s leading politicians, royalty and celebrities with its grand Georgian architecture and art-deco interiors offering 37 exceptional spaces for a wide range of conferences, exhibitions, meetings, training, and weddings.
This iconic venue in the West End of London with its art-deco interiors has been undergoing a periodical conference centre refurbishment program by Revo since 2016. New flooring and lighting have been installed, including new wall and ceiling lights and high-level hidden LED to light up the magnificent 42ft high ceiling in the Grand Hall.
Revo had to stick to the Grand Connaught Rooms busy weekend event schedule which meant that all scaffolding had to be taken down every Friday night and re-erected every Sunday evening to allow for events to take place during this conference centre design and conference centre fit out project.
Refurbishment to the Grandhall