24–28 May 2016
When it comes to gardens, London is the one city in the world that usually stands out for its private owned gardens that can only be described as works of art. But when it comes to garden shows, the Royal Horticultural Society is the undisputed standard-bearer as being the host of some of the best and most interesting flower shows in London, and some would even argue, the world.
The Chelsea Flower Show is arguably one of the best show gardens in England and is undoubtedly the jewel in the crown of the Royal Horticultural Society’s efforts at keeping shows like these alive and making the city of London a hub of world horticulture.
Starting from 24th May and carrying on for four days up to the 28th, the Chelsea Flower Show is one of those experiences that gardeners and horticulturists love so dearly that each year, thousands of them flock to the flower show from around the world just to get a glimpse at the beautiful floral designs and arrangements that have been prepared especially for the occasion.
If you’re feeling like some corporate hospitality then you will find the State Apartments both regal and interesting. The venue makes for an interesting and elegant environment for a private dinner or a reception, with the beautiful Chelsea Flower Show as an appetiser.
While your guests find their experience at the one-of-a-kind flower show hard to forget, you can also treat them to a surprise by letting them enjoy a stay at the magnificent apartments that has hosted notable figures and royal monarchs from as early as the 1700s, and still does to this day.
An ideal environment for a corporate event, the State Apartments consists of two room apartments and the venue can host up to 200 of your guests at a time. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and embellished by Robert Adam, the magnificent State Apartments offer an unparallel experience. You and your guests are sure to enjoy your stay at the State Apartments while you enjoy paintings by Kneller, Van Dyke and Lely, and let’s not forget the star of the show, the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show.