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Merlin Events London adds Riverside Rooms at County Hall to portfolio
Merlin Events London has added to its venue portfolio by taking over the Riverside Rooms at County Hall on London’s South Bank. This becomes their fifth venue, joining Madame Tussauds, Stardome 4D, SEA LIFE London Aquarium and the London Dungeon.
The addition of the Riverside Rooms at County Hall provides not only a standalone venue, but also offers an alternative dining space to events at the London Dungeon. Offering capacity for 150 people, the new space maximises packages at the neighbouring London Dungeon and is available for day hire as well as evening events.
Organisers hiring the Riverside Rooms can also take advantage of exclusive package add-ons including an after hours’ tour of the London Dungeon or VIP experience on the Coca-Cola London Eye.
Gareth McTiffin, Marketing and Events Manager of Merlin Events London, commented: “In the last six months we have seen an increase in bookings for private events, and the addition of the Riverside Rooms at County Hall will allow us to meet and surpass this increasing demand. Not only have we added another fantastic London location, we now have a multi-purpose space that will become our first venue available for day-time events.”
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