Nestled in the heart of London, 73 Waterloo at St. John’s stands as a beacon of architectural brilliance and sustainability. Notably, the venue recently clinched the prestigious President’s Award for the 2022 Church Architecture Awards, further solidifying its reputation as an architectural gem that seamlessly blends history with modernity. This recognition adds yet another accolade to the venue’s burgeoning list of achievements. Among its recent nominations at the esteemed London Venue and Catering Awards 2023 in the categories of ‘Best New or Refurbished Venue’ and ‘Best Christmas Party Venue,’ the President’s Award stands out as a testament to its architectural grandeur.
With five versatile event spaces available, 73 Waterloo at St. John’s caters to a wide range of gatherings. From intimate VIP dinners for 10 guests to gala dinners accommodating up to 270 seated guests, the venue offers flexible options to suit various event needs. The breathtaking Nave, capable of hosting up to 500 standing guests, and the serene garden further amplify the venue’s allure.
The diversity of spaces makes 73 Waterloo at St. John’s an ideal choice for events of all sizes, ensuring a tailored and unforgettable experience for each gathering. The seamless blend of historic charm and modern amenities within these spaces exemplifies the venue’s commitment to offering an unmatched event hosting environment.
Since its launch in January 2023, 73 Waterloo at St. John’s has been a bustling hub of events that exceed expectations. From corporate galas and charity fundraisers to intimate celebrations, each occasion has been meticulously curated to deliver unforgettable experiences. The venue’s adaptability, encompassing versatile spaces and cutting-edge facilities, has consistently left an indelible mark on guests and organisers alike.
Moreover, the introduction of summer parties within its serene garden has been a standout feature. The lush greenery and tranquil atmosphere have captivated our clients who are looking a distinctive outdoor experience within the bustling cityscape.
What truly distinguishes 73 Waterloo at St. John’s is its unwavering commitment to sustainability. Integrated into every facet of its operations, the venue champions eco-conscious practices, from energy-efficient lighting and robust recycling initiatives to the utilisation of 80 solar panels installed on our roof, powering the crypt and rendering it carbon neutral.
Complementing this sustainability ethos is its exclusive events partnership with Bovingdons, a prestigious southwest London based caterer that mirrors the buildings values. Bovingdons, known for its culinary excellence, shares 73 Waterloo’s commitment to sustainability. They prioritise sourcing local, seasonal ingredients and implementing eco-friendly practices in their catering services, aligning seamlessly with the venue’s mission. Their dedication to understanding client needs and delivering beyond expectations summarised the missions Bovingdons strives for each day.
In an industry where sustainability often takes a backseat, this venue continues to set a remarkable precedent. Its recognition in the Church Architecture Awards, alongside its commitment to environmental responsibility, highlights its unique fusion of luxury and conscientiousness.
As 73 Waterloo at St. John’s continues to make waves in the event industry, it stands tall as a testament to innovative architectural design, sustainability, and unparalleled excellence. Its dedication to preserving history while embracing modernity serves as an inspiration in the realm of event hosting and architectural ingenuity.
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