THE LEOPOLD ROOM
THE INTIMATE PRIVATE ROOM NAMED IN HONOUR OF LEOPOLD DE ROTHSCHILD
Under the ownership of Leopold de Rothschild, No. 5 Hamilton Place became known as "Rothschild Row" and the centre of the Mayfair social scene, largely due to his extravagant tastes and styles influenced by Louis XV mixed with Renaissance flourishes. Situated off the dining room on the first floor, The Leopold Room is named in his honour and is thus, a flamboyant and ornately designed private room with French-doors overlooking Hamilton Place below with bronze and Murano glass walled lights. A stunning marble fireplace with finely-painted gold spiral and swirl patterns is behind a classic kidney-shape playing table, creating a confidential space away from the main gaming floor, the perfect space for playing solo, with friends or entertaining business associates. The impressive and bespoke wallpaper is unique in its depiction of an English hunt scene, and as the story unfolds the wallpaper wraps around the four walls creating a moving panoramic drama. This is the smallest of our private rooms, and is often reserved for solo or small and intimate gaming parties.