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The Westminster Arms is located right in the heart of political London, a stone’s throw from the Houses of Parliament. Charismatically, it even features a division bell, so that MPs can dash back to the House in time for the vote.
Alongside politicians and journalists, the pub is usually bustling with civil servants, tourists, conference delegates, actors, and models and has served many famous faces including Desmond Tutu, Bill Clinton, and Angelina Jolie.
Our pub is located right opposite the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre and close to Westminster Abbey, appearing in a number of coveted London food and drink guides.
The main bar at our Westminster pub is at street level with the 40-cover Queen Anne dining room upstairs. In the basement you'll find Storey’s Wine Bar, which serves bar food in a relaxed atmosphere. The bar and the street-side terrace are great places to enjoy a large selection of traditional Kentish cask ales, distinctive international lagers and a good range of wines by the glass.
The pub is opposite the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre and close to Westminster Abbey and appears in a number of London food and drink guides.
Need a place to gather for an event? The upstairs room of the Westminster Arms may be hired for private functions for up to 60 people.
The pub is a popular venue for birthday parties, office leaving parties, and meetings, so early booking is recommended to guarantee your party a place. Food can be provided, including a selection of buffet options and drinks.
Organisers of business and political meetings are welcome to use the pub’s audiovisual and conference facilities too. Contact us to find out more.