HMS Belfast

  • From £49.50 per person
  • Group size Min: 18 Max: 200
  • Address The Queen's Walk
    London
    SE1 2JH
HMS Belfast
HMS Belfast
HMS Belfast

HMS Belfast, one of London’s most iconic venues, offers the opportunity to experience 1950’s life on board a restored battle cruiser. Guests can dine in the Officer’s Mess or watch the sunset on the Quarter Deck. With authentic rooms available for meetings and events, HMS Belfast combines stunning views and superb food to create a truly unique event.

The Admiral’s Quarters
Comprising the original Dining Room and Lounge area of the Admiral’s own living quarters, the 

Admiral’s Quarters are the perfect space for both boardroom meetings and elegant dining. Restored to reflect how the space would have looked during the 1950’s, the Admiral’s Quarters provide a luxurious and intimate space for events.

Minimum number of 18 guests, maximum of 20 guests - Please, be aware that The Admiral’s Quarters are accessible by ladder only.

The Ward & Ante Room
This stunning space, comprising two rooms, was, historically, the Officers’ Mess. The Ante room offers the perfect space for pre-dinner drinks and general relaxing, while the Ward Room provides a perfect dining room. Both spaces have been carefully restored in meticulous detail, from the bar to the light fixtures, recreated to match the room as it looked in 1959.

With a rather glamorous gold and cream finish, the atmosphere in this room is full of warmth. An ideal space for conferences with a break out space or private dining with a separate bar area.

Minimum number of 30 guests, maximum of 100 guests, subject to package.

The Morgan Giles Room
This room once served as an Officers’ mess and so includes a bar. Named after the Admiral who served in her and later was responsible for ensuring the ship was saved from the scrap yard, the room has been restored to reflect the original 1950’s décor and its wood panelled walls echo the camaraderie that was such a vital part of life on board this great ship.

Minimum number of 35 guests, maximum of 90 guests, subject to package.

The Ship’s Company Dining Hall
This unique area of the ship is where the crew would gather for their meals. Surrounded by all the original features, including the exposed steel walls of the ship and pipe work on the ceiling, there is no mistaking that you’re on a warship! Amidst all these period fittings, you will have the facility of modern AV equipment for both day and evening events. This space is ideal for larger conferences or dinners of up to 144 people.

Minimum number of 50 guests, maximum of 200 guests, subject to package.

The Jubilee Deck
The Jubilee Deck commemorates the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012 and boasts elevated views of the river Thames and the surrounding historic landmarks. Together, they truly are a remarkable place to enjoy an evening BBQ or reception in the summer months.

Minimum number of 30 guests, maximum of 40 guests, subject to package.

The Boat Deck 
Outdoors, but with a canopy and alternative indoor spaces to retreat to in poor weather, the Boat Deck used to be the holding area for the small boats, having previously been the spot from which Walrus aircraft were, literally, catapulted into the air. You can still see the crane that lifted the planes back on board and the marks on the deck where the boats sat. 

Minimum number of 70 guests, maximum of 140 guests, subject to package.

The Quarterdeck
There can surely be no finer vista for an evening reception than standing on the Quarterdeck, looking out at Tower Bridge, the Tower of London and the Thames dockland scenes. The beautifully appointed wooden decking, that, during her commissioned years, played host to only the Officers of HMS Belfast, makes this period setting one of the finest in London and the ideal space for your summer events.

Minimum number of 90 guests, maximum of 200 guests, subject to package.

Deck spaces include the hire of another room inside the ship, in case of wet weather

Delegate rates

  • The Captains’ Dinner

    Exclusive room hire, sparkling wine reception, three course set dinner menu, tea, coffee and chocolates, half a bottle of house wine, 1940’s background music and opportunity to explore the museum.

    £90.00 + VAT
  • The Midshipman’s Dinner

    Exclusive room hire, three course set dinner menu, tea, coffee and chocolates, half a bottle of house wine, 1940’s background music and opportunity to explore the museum.

    £85.00 + VAT
  • Reception Package

    Exclusive room hire, canapé or bowl food menu, selected wines, beers and soft drinks for two hours, 1940’s background music and opportunity to explore the museum.

    £69.50 + VAT
  • Day Delegate Package

    Exclusive room hire, arrival tea, coffee and pastries, mid-morning tea, coffee and biscuits, sandwich and salad/soup lunch or finger buffet lunch or fork buffet lunch with a selection of juices and water, afternoon tea, coffee and a selection of cakes, AV and P.A equipment, stationery and the opportunity to explore the museum.

    £69.50 + VAT
  • Breakfast Package

    Exclusive room hire, breakfast menu, tea, coffee, a selection of juices and water, AV and P.A equipment and opportunity to explore the museum.

    £49.50 + VAT

Room capacities

Suite name Theatre Reception Cabaret Banqueting
The Admiral’s Quarters - - - -
The Ward & Ante Room - - - -
The Morgan Giles Room - - - -
The Ship’s Company Dining Hall - 200 144 144
The Jubilee Deck - - - -
The Boat Deck - - - -
The Quarterdeck - - - -

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