- 27 June 2017
- Simone Keir
Located in London’s Mayfair, The Royal Air Force Club offers luxurious and peaceful surroundings to serving and former serving officers of the RAF and Allied Air Forces. Founded in 1918 and opening its doors in 1922, striking aviation artwork lines the walls, along with a specially designed RAF inspired stained glass window and unique squadron badge corridor. With over 90 bedrooms, conference and banqueting facilities, a Study and a Library, the Club’s historic interior has been enhanced to its present high standard. Overlooking London’s Green Park, the Cowdray Lounge is at the heart of this exceptional clubhouse; visit and enjoy a Champagne Afternoon Tea with friends or a pre-dinner aperitif. The Dining Room offers beautifully presented seasonal menus and a la carte dishes by talented Executive Chef Michael Dutnall and team, whilst the Running Horse Tavern is best described as a traditional English pub in the heart of the Club.
For further details visit www.rafclub.org.uk or contact 0208 399 1000.
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