The Princess Alexandra Room combines a glistening chandelier, floor to ceiling windows, and traditional period features.
The room is named after Her Royal Highness, Princess Alexandra of Kent, who became the College's first Royal Honorary Fellow in 1959, and whose portrait hangs to the East of the room. The Princess Alexandra room has been the venue for many important historical meetings, including when Sir Joseph Lister first presented his work on antiseptic surgery and changed the future of medicine.
The soft colouring and natural light of this room makes it the perfect venue for any special occasion, celebration or event. Ladies can also relax on the chaise longue or powder one's nose in the Ladies Powder Room, located just outside.
- Capacity: 60
- Location:First Floor
- Disabled Access: Yes