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The Union Club

Address: 50 Greek St
Soho
London
W1D 4EQ
England
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Tel: 020 7734 4113 Please tell the venue that you found them on venuefinder.com
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Contacts: Pete Cross
 - Managing Director
Gabriela Anisko
 - Office Manager
Catherine O'Shea
 - Membership Manager
Delegate Rates:
Daily:   From  £85.00
Rates are exclusive of sales tax (VAT)
Room Hire Rate: From £90.00
Rates are exclusive of sales tax (VAT)
Check-in time: 08:00
Check-out time: 02:00
Meeting Room
Disabled Access:
No
Location & Parking: The Union Club can be found half way down Greek Street, opposite the Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design. Closest car park: Q-Park Chinatown, Newport Place, London WC2H 7PU
Restaurants: Welcome:
… to the Union Club and to our superb selection of hospitality menus designed to meet the majority of your events and meetings requirements from delegate refreshment and hospitality packages through working lunches, bites, platters and bowl food to full sit-down lunches and dinners.
Our Executive Chef, Carolyn Dawson, has worked at the Union for over 25 years and has designed a wonderful selection of award-winning dishes that are the envy of many fine-dining restaurants in Soho and beyond. All the dishes are prepared fresh on site using locally sourced British products and ingredients wherever possible and Fairtrade tea and coffee in order to ensure that the hospitality provision you choose adds real value to your event and enhances your delegate experience. Carolyn also ensures a real focus on food sustainability, nutrition and provenance and a commitment that her teams passion for food fuels the success of your events and meetings.
We would be pleased to discuss any aspect of your catering requirements with you, and if you have any special requests, we will do our utmost to ensure that these are also accommodated. We hope you will enjoy our food offers and we look forward to discussing your specific requirements with you very soon.
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what our customers say

Amy and Duncan (Writers), You and Your Wedding Magazine
"Find bohemian cool in the heart of Soho at The Union Club. Lined with miss-matched pictures and party-worn staircases, you'll feel like a 1920's actress at this quirky club"
Charles and Courtney (Bride and Groom), Wedding
"To everyone at the Union - just a little note to say thanks for making our wedding so amazing. We couldn't have asked for more. Everyone had such a brilliant time and our friends are still raving about the night. Thanks again for all the hard work!"
Claudia and Mark (Bride and Groom), Wedding
"We just wanted to thank you and the staff for all the hard work and the most fabulous of nights. We couldn't believe this was our wedding!"
Hels and Lewis (Bride and Groom), London Bride
"When I saw the photos I knew The Union was our kind of place. We went to meet the manager and his staff and everyone was so friendly, relaxed and helpful that we stopped considering other venues straight away"

Description

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The Union is available for all kinds of private hire, from sit down wedding receptions to film premiere parties for up to 300 people. Rooms are available for meetings or private dining from 6 to 60 persons, and we also have a number of spaces available for dry studio hire – robust, open plan, warehouse style rooms, suitable for photographic shoots, filming, gallery shows, fashion showcases, art installations, product launches or any kind of event.

The Union Club was set up 27 years ago by a dedicated team, many of whom still remain. The Georgian building was rescued from semi-dereliction and after lashings of TLC from a crew of family, friends and waitresses to be - the doors were thrown open in September 1993.

Now, more than two decades later, it has become an established Soho institution that is unique in its style, food and ethos.




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