With twenty-one elegant suites spread over eight floors ranging from the highly distinctive to the truly spectacular. A deserved reputation for quality and style, the Cafe Royal transforms functions into memorable occasions.
Established in 1865 by a Parisian wine merchant, Daniel Nicolas Thevenon (who later anglicised his name to Daniel Nicols) the Cafe Royal quickly earned a reputation for its exquisite French cuisine and soon provided London with the finest food and drink that France and the World had to offer.
Fully restored to its former Victorian grandeur over recent years, the Cafe Royal now lends incomparable sophistication to intimate dining experiences, awards banquets, gala dinners, wedding receptions, conferences, exhibitions and corporate functions, with the capacity to accommodate from 20 to 540 delegates and guests.
Cafe Royal offers a selection of wedding menus from 55 GBP per person. If you are holding a wedding breakfast and evening reception for a minimum of 80 guests, the following are included in the menu prices: personalised printed menu cards, commemorative gift, complimentary room for the bride and groom at our sister property Le Meridien Piccadilly, flowers and chocolates in the bride and groom's room and preferential rates for special guests (subject to availability).
We are happy to cater for children up to 12 years of age in your party. They can choose a three-course meal for just 25 GBP per person. Under twos dine with our compliments.
With our knowledge and experience we can assist you with adding the finishing touches to your special day, including: alternative coloured linen, first class entertainment, flowers, beauty therapy and spa treatments, make-overs and massages.
Type of Cuisine:
Many different types available from our expert chefs
Directions by car:
From Junction 1 of the M4 - follow the A4 signs to the West End. Go past Harrods and through the underpass at Hyde Park Corner and this will take you to Piccadilly. The Cafe Royal is towards the statue of Eros. Take a left onto Lower Regent Street and the Cafe Royal is on the right hand side.
From Junction 1 of the M3 - follow the signs to A3 West End, pass Harrods and go through the underpass at Hyde Park Corner and this will take you to Piccadilly. The Cafe Royal is towards the statue of Eros. Take a left onto Lower Regent Street and the Cafe Royal is on the right hand side.
Directions by public transport:
The nearest train station to the Cafe Royal by Le Meridien is Charing Cross Station, 3/4 of a mile away, and the nearest coach station is at Victoria, 1.5 miles away. The closest underground station, Piccadilly Circus, is just 100 yards from the Cafe Royal and is on the Piccadilly Line.