The dazzling surroundings of The Vault, discretely hidden in the bowels of Revolution Leadenhall, make it one of the most unique private event spaces in the City. The Vault offers its guests the chance to kick back and relax against the backdrop of its comfortable, upscale surroundings that are perfect for hosting pretty much any private function you could care to list.
The venue features an exclusive bar and its very own dedicated team of host and hostesses to ensure the evening goes without any snags. The Vault features a state-of-the-art sound system and full conferencing facilities, with a plasma screen and wireless internet thrown in for good measure to ensure it ticks all the boxes.
The bar at the Vault is a thing of beauty; stocked full of the finest wines and spirits, including the exclusive U'Luvka vodka. There's even your own champagne and wine cellar too; and there are a number of dining options available, including a fork buffet, party boards and a sit down dinner option. The curious and crafty can even take part in a cocktail masterclass This enchanting space is an all round winner, and is an outstanding candidate for private functions of all shapes and sizes in the heart of the city.
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£3.80|
|Bottle of House Wine||£10.00|
A word from the chef:
There is package option which includes a 6 course fine-dining experience.
|The Vault||Venue Hire||36||65||No hire fee||Monday - Wednesday £500-£1k, Thursday - Friday £1.5k - £2k||N/A|
I recently hosted a party at the Vault. This post is a tad long - but well worth taking note of before going ahead with a booking. On a positive note, the décor and setting is brilliant and really cannot be faulted. The bar tender was also very polite. Unfortunately, this was overshadowed by a number of negatives that would deter me from ever using the facilities again. I would therefore, advise anyone planning a party here to use caution for the following reasons. 1. Unprofessional staff - In planning the event in the Vault, I organised a number of meetings with the booking/party team at the venue. Unfortunately, they were highly unprofessional. I was required to speak to 4 different members of the team on different occasions who all told me different things about the facility – I received contradictory information regarding the minimum spend, the ability to use your own ipod and use of the plasma screens. They seemed to make the rules up as they were going along. Further more, the lady I was dealing with had apparently left before my event. Therefore, any agreements made with her went out of the window. 2. Too hot – the Vault is a small room and if you reach full capacity the room can be absolutely baking and almost uncomfortably hot. There are a couple of rather tired looking air conditioning systems that do a poor job in keeping your party revellers cool. 3. Card Machine broken – The Vault operates on a minimum spend – which is something in the region of £1500-2000. However, the card machine was not working which meant all guests had to pay by cash. This had the potential to hinder the ability to reach the minimum spend of the vault bar as everyone would go to other bars in other parts of the club which accepted card. After all how many people actually carry lots of cash on them? The management proudly say the vault is designed for corporate events. I therefore find it very hard to believe that they could not fix the card machine. After all most companies adopt a company credit card method of payment. Tip – if you make any agreements with the management for your night in the vault – ensure you go back and put it in writing and confirm what you have agreed. At the end of the night, the vault manager tried to deny an agreement we made during one of our planning meetings. She said unless I can show her in writing that such an agreement was made she cannot fulfil it. Most people do not necessarily put casual conversations in writing and further more the vault does not give you any contracts to sign. Luckily, I made a note of all my meetings and this compelled the manager to comply with the agreement. If I had not made a note, I would have gone home without my 1000 pound deposit that I was promised would be returned to me at the end of the night.
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