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Hilton London Metropole

225 Edgware Road, London, W2 1JU, United Kingdom TEL: +44-207-402-4141 FAX: +44-207-616-7313

VIRTUAL TOURS

Kings

Take a tour of the Kings Suite using Virtual Reality technology - select the blue icons to move to different sections of the room, use your mouse to see a 360 degree view and use the 'layouts' button to select the preferred layout for your event. The lights on/off slider shows how the suite looks in different atmospheres depending on the mood of the event.

Whether set up to seat 1,650 theatre-style or split into two rooms, our newly refurbished King's suite is linked to the Monarch suite directly below to form a conference space offering event organisers great flexibility.

•  Clean and modern design scheme featuring American Black Walnut and rich, warm tones
•  Advanced facilities such as a DMC controller provide ultimate control over both light and sound
•  A staircase carries delegates between the two suites
•  A heavy goods lift can carry up to 8,000 kg at a time to either suite from suite level with ease

Empty Room: Standing at the back of the room on the right hand side, looking out over the large rectangular meeting room. The spacious room is carpeted throughout with a simple, monochrome carpet, the carpet is a light grey base colour and lines in different shades of grey; a purple line runs though bringing a flash of colour to the contemporary floor. A number of doors run down each side of the room providing plenty of access and fire escape routes, the fire escape signs are clearly signposted above each door. Each doorway is framed by floor to ceiling walnut wood, and the rest of the walls are decorated in simple, neutral colours. A walnut wood dado rail encircles the room just a few feet off the floor, below the dado the wall is decorated in a darker brown shade, and above the dado a light tan brown shade. The white ceiling, over 4 metres high, has 15 large indented spheres - 5 spheres run down the centre of the room in a line, flanked by two identical lines running parallel to the centre either side. The spheres are illuminated with upward-facing lights and provide a cool white glow to the room. There are additional downward facing cool white lights, four inside the spheres, in a square shape, and four around the outside of the spheres in a diamond shape. The rest of the ceiling is dotted with small LED lights which give the impression of a starry sky at night. Warm downward lighting falls down each wall providing a very well lit and modern-style room. Turning to the right, at the centre of the back of the room is a small balcony area reached only by exiting the room, it sits 2 metres above the floor of the meeting room. The balcony is fenced with toughed glass and is encased by walnut wood walls.

Turning off the main room lights, the low level lighting is provided by the illuminated spheres, the colour of these can be altered. In the virtual tour, half of the lights are in a purple colour, and the rest are in a blue hue. The colour of the LED starry lights can also be changed, in the virtual tour, the LEDs are lit in varying colours of red, yellow, and blue.

In Banquet layout, the room is populated with over 50 round tables. The tables are covered with two white table covers, one of the table covers reaches to the floor, with a shorter white table cloth draped over the top. Each table is encircled by 10 chairs, with grey metal frames and thick-padded black cushions on the seat and back. On the tables are 10 place settings with a large plate, smaller plate and bowl stacked up, flanked by cutlery, drinks glasses, and napkins for each setting. In the centre of each table is a simple candlelit centrepiece, giving a wonderful ambience especially when the lights are dimmed.

In Cabaret layout, the room is populated with over 50 tables, with a staging area and podium set up at the front of the room. Each table has 8 chairs, with grey metal frames and thick-padded black cushions on the seat and back. The chairs are laid out around the table in a crescent shape, and all face the front staging area. The tables are dressed with white table clothes which reach to the floor. On the tables is a simple candlelit centrepiece, and is otherwise clear apart from 8 drinks glasses faced down on the table.

In classroom layout, long rectangular tables are laid out. There are four columns of tables facing the front, staging area, and 15 rows. After every 5 rows there is a larger gap to allow easy movement of guests, there are also gaps between each of the four columns. Behind each rectangular table are 6 chairs, with grey metallic frames and thick-padded black cushions on the seat and back. In front of every seat is a purple A4 notepad and a pen. Just in front of each notepad is a drink glass and small bottle of water.

In theatre layout, the room is only populated with rows of chairs. There are 30 rows of chairs, with a gap down the middle of the room to make two columns of chairs. Each row of chairs has 32 chairs in total, 16 on the left hand side and 16 on the other. All chairs are set up to face the front where there is a staging area and podium.