An uninterrupted, breathtaking, 360° view of London, stretching for miles, is just one of many unique features to be found at Altitude London. The tallest Riverside building on the Thames with event space allocated to five floors. The Grade II-listed building offers 9 event spaces and includes restaurants, bars, a cinema and a private members club. The venue is ideal for bespoke events.
Altitude 360° is situated on the 29th floor and commands stunning views over all of London and her prominent landmarks.
Altitude 360° Black is a brand new venue with sleek monochromatic designs which encapsulate the entire 28th floor of the iconic Millbank Tower
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Venue Details & Map
Altitude London - Altitude 360
21 - 24 Millbank TowerLondonSW1P 4QP
- 0845 5002929
- Public transport:
- Exit Pimlico station, walk to Vauxhall Bridge Road, turn right, walk to intersection of Millbank and turn left. Walk along Millbank, past the Tate Britain Museum for approximately two minutes until you reach the Millbank Tower. Altitude is located on the 29th floor.
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Communication Facilities
- Hearing loop system
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Full, non-assisted wheelchair access
- Booking Facilities
- Advance booking only
- Event Facilities
- Available for wedding receptions
- Conference rooms / Meeting rooms
- Event facilities
- Licenced for civil marriages
- General Facilities
- Good views
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Euros accepted
- Group rates available
- Traveller cheques accepted
Twice now I have been to Altitude 360 at the Millbank Tower, just west along the river from the Houses of Parliament.
My first visit was when it was a pop-up restaurant called #TheView at Skyloft. I found out about it through the TasteCard, and we took a friend *there* (edited) for his birthday. The service was excellent, as was the food. We even had a bottle of champagne thrown in for free!...more
I went to Altitude 360 when Pop Up Ping Pong (https://twitter.com/PingPopPong ) hosted its brilliant ping pong party there in collaboration with #BRGR (https://twitter.com/hashtagbrgr) . It is undoubtedly a great location with good views over London. I would go there again alone for the view. You can walk around, look in every direction, pick your favourite view and sit by the window to enjoy...more
I've had a different experience than the other two reviews and I wanted to let it be known as well.
I came here not for anything already in the building, but to go to a one-off pop-up event that was happening on the 29th floor event space (so almost all the way to the top.) Altitude 360 is often used as a space for other people's events and this is what I saw.
First off, the views are...more
Because Yelp had no reviews of this place, I had to outsource my quest for reviews to another (worse) website. In my defense, now that I've been, I'm shoring up the gaping hole of information about Altitude 360! The other reviews loved the atmosphere, hated the food.
I think the whole experience was quite lovely. I went with a lady friend who had vouchers from Living Social for Brunch (which...more
I came here with a gf for a champagne tasting and eek. The speaker was boring. The pairings for the champagne was embarrassing, I would hardly call a penny sized shrimp "giant prawn", popcorn (really?), brie (no cracker, no fruit), the best was the final pairing, chocolate dipped strawberries.
The view from the 29th floor was good. Not great for pictures though the light pollution and...more