All our private dining rooms are flooded with natural daylight and feature traditional high ceilings. The following are available for the ceremony and reception:
The Roosevelt Room, which is situated on the first floor of the hotel, is named after the former American President, Theodore Roosevelt, who first stayed at Brown’s for his marriage to Edith Kermit Carow. Their wedding certificate hangs in the room. Decorated in neutral colours, this elegant room’s stunning mirror, ornate ceilings, opulent chandeliers, high windows and antique furnishings provide a truly regal experience and can accommodate up to 60 guests for a reception.
The Niagara Room is similar in style and decoration and has been home to many high-profile parties – this room was the actual room in which the Niagara Commission agreed that the power of water would be used to conduct electricity in June 1890. Connected to the Roosevelt Room, it makes the ideal location for weddings and larger receptions for up to 120 people.
The Clarendon Room, which is situated on the ground floor, is Brown’s largest private dining room and is perfect for banquets for up to 70 people. The Clarendon Room is named after the Earl of Clarendon, who resided on this site when it was Clarendon House during the 1860s. Boasting tall windows over Dover Street and ornate Victorian ceilings with crystal chandeliers, this sophisticated room is perfect for exclusive events and guests attending events in this room can make use of the hotel’s private entrance on Dover Street.