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Private Dining

Intimate, elegant and beautifully serviced, private dining is a smart affair at the Hotel — and guests will find a selection of spaces to choose from.

 

Lord Marshall Rooms III and IV are a sophisticated option for social celebrations and business entertaining, each seating up to 10 guests, or 20 when combined. Inspired seasonal menus are created by the Hotel’s lauded Executive Chef, Adriano Cavignini.

 

Sette by Scarpetta and Nolita Social also have their own private dining rooms, discreetly located at the back of each establishment, allowing guests to experience modern Italian dishes in unrivalled style.


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