Dinner over London | St. Pancras Clock Tower Events.
It's 2017 guys and the official year (we think) to adopt creatives incentives and successful team building for your workforce. It's easy, and no less delicious, to book a table at a restaurant your employees will enjoy; close to get to from the office, wine on arrival and full bellies at the end of the night, This of course, is how most work events go. Snooze.
Challenging that, Open x Smoke researchers are hunting down those off path venues and hidden haunts to really impress your delegates. We (with confidence!) ensure that being a little more creative for your work events doesn't bend the budget. Yes there's more planning, but hey - that's what we're here for.
Make your team feel motivated, valued and rewarded for what they give to your brand, sustaining a loyal team and making job seekers keen to get a look in.
Dinner at St. Pancras Clock Tower
Owned and managed by Peter and Timothy, the Clock Tower, evidently overlooking Kings Cross and St. Pancras, designed by George Gilbert Scott in 1870, was originally operating as a hotel before being used as railway offices.
In 2005, the Manhattan Loft Corp gained the permission to turn the unique space into apartments and a brand new hotel. Original features preserved, the the property has been transformed into loft style spaces with open red brick, tall ceilings and granite columns. The property itself is the perfect home for any lover of old charm in a modern setting. The apartment still reflecting the character of St. Pancras has 2 en-suite bedrooms. One with a mezzanine bath and shower overlooking the bedroom and a priceless view over the city of London. The tower room still possessing the draw system for the mechanical clock remains untouched, giving a height of 40 feet to the main room within the property, designed wall to wall library and spiral staircase centered to the clock. Equipped with 2 kitchens and open plan seating and dining areas, the space can be adjusted and transformed into the ideal place for your event, with ample kitchen areas for caterers to do their thing.
The Clock Tower gives options for a unique drinks reception for up to 50 people, or a dinner party for up to 25. With caterers familiar with the space and a management team to ensure a smooth running, there is no reason why your next work event should be ordinary.
Consider something extraordinary for your Christmas party, corporate celebrations, award ceremonies and drinks receptions in central London.