The Banking Hall
Dating back to 1863, The Banking Hall is a signature feature of the hotel which serves as the main conference and banqueting room. Opulent marble pillars, tall mahogany doorways and intricate ornamental features cover the wall and ceilingincluding 4 chandeliers crafted from 8,000 pieces of Waterford Crystal.
The Banking Hall, which has its own private entrance through the stunning façade on College Street can accommodate up to 170 guests for a seated banquet and up to 250 people theatre style.
The Reserve, adjacent to The Banking Hall, was originally the Royal Irish Constabulary Station. Now it serves as a pre-function room for drinks, receptions, and a breakout area for tea, coffee and lunches.
The Banking Hall was designed in 1863 by William Murray. The pediment over the Banking Hall entrance depicts commerce as the central figure, and on each side various agricultural, nautical and other commercial activities are represented. The Entrance Foyer to the Banking Hall is floored with the original tiles, which have been restored.
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