For over 40 years, The Royal Chace Hotel have entertained and looked after thousands of guests celebrating important events such as weddings, family christenings, anniversaries, baby showers, simchas (None Kosher), bar/bat mitzvah’s and birthday celebrations.
We can provide a suitable function room for up to 200 guests with a selection of high quality function rooms of various sizes.
If you have something to celebrate we very much look forward to helping you make it extra special, something to remember.
Looking for meeting rooms in London? The 4-star Royal Chace Hotel in Hertfordshire has extensive conference facilities including 10 conference rooms, ideal for team building activities and corporate hospitality events.
Our conference rooms can seat from 8 to 200 delegates and are flexible to suit bespoke requirements. For example, the Honeylands Executive Boardroom can seat up to 8 delegates, whilst the Queen’s Suite is available for up to 200, and has stunning views of the Hertfordshire countryside and London skyline.
Located near the M25 motorway, we have free parking.
The Royal Chace makes the perfect venue for your exhibition.
Only minutes from junction 24 off the M25, yet with car parking for 220 and surrounded by green fields.
Escape the Hassle of Central London for your next Exhibition.
With ten function rooms, many with their own entrance from the grounds, The Royal Chace will make a dignified and tranquil location for your funeral reception.
Pavilion Autumn- Winter Celebration
The Royal Chace makes the perfect venue for your celebration. Celebrate in style in our informal Pavilion Suite and add your own entertainment to start the party off.
The Royal Chace is pleased to quote for Jewish Weddings and Simchas.
We will be offering a package in the very near future.
Set amidst six acres of beautiful grounds the Royal Chace makes the perfect venue for your corporate event.
Only minutes from junction 24 off the M25, yet surrounded by green fields, the Royal Chace offers a venue with good connections, but away from the Hassle of Central London.