A business trip or a corporate summit requires you to land in London. You are in charge of organizing the venue for the meet. Stressed out? Well, don’t be. London has it all. There is a multitude of posh hotels offering state of the art conference rooms to meet requirements just like yours. Let us review a few of these conference rooms from across the city.
The Tower Hotel, London offers unmatched dedicated conference room facilities on the top floor. The spacious room of the Tower Suite can readily accommodate around five hundred people. There are fifteen other meeting and events room on the top floor where you can host your meetings, trainings, interviews, presentations and even private dining. Catering services are also provided if required. Or you can just hire the place and make your own arrangements for refreshments. The view from the tower goes hand in hand with the ambience. Enjoy the beautiful scenery comprising of the Thames and the Tower Bridge.
Next in the list is the Thistle Hotel. Located in the heart of the city, the hotel is very convenient to access. The services here are outlined in a very transparent yet professional manner and their endeavor towards simplicity is praiseworthy. There are offers for 24 hour delegates and they assure against any latent costs. Refreshments, stationary and supplies are unlimited. Organizers are entitled to special privileges like a complimentary room upgrade, late checkout and complimentary wi-fi. The hotel is easy to book as it has a centralized London sales office.
The Trafalgar Hotel, just overlooking the Trafalgar Square and Nelson’s Column, is also a noteworthy venue for meetings with a maximum capacity of two hundred people. Other conference rooms are to be found at places like the Marylebone Hotel, located in the Marylebone village just few minutes off the Oxford Street, having a capacity of sixty five people at most, My Place Hotel in Kensington with a capacity of three hundred people and having three meeting rooms. There is also the Parkcity Hotel in Kensington offering one board meeting room and one conference room for fifty people. Millennium Hotel, Knightsbridge, and Lancaster Gate Hotel, Paddington, also offer office spaces for board meetings and conferences. The contemporary Millennium Hotel boasts a glass roofed atrium and six meeting rooms. It can accommodate a staggering crowd of ninety thousand people.
In order to host a meeting, simply get in touch with the hotel management well in advance and discuss their terms and the service they provide. Check the facilities and estimate a rough headcount such that you can avoid an accommodation problem later during your meeting. Also take note of the hotel’s check out time and prepare your schedule accordingly.