Friday, June 9, 2023
London has been ranked 6thin this year’s Arcadis Sustainable Cities Index. Oslo topped the list, followed by Stockholm and then Tokyo. When you are looking for hi-tech or any unconventional meeting space or any building with 200 years ofhistory, the name of the old charming European city, London comes toour mind. The city is the home to more than 1000 diverse meeting and exhibition spaces from blank canvas to warehouse spaces to purpose-built conference centres, grand palatial buildings and state-of-the-art auditoriums. There are more than 200,000 exclusive hotel rooms here ranging from budget to boutique types.
Located in Bloomsbury, a beautifully bright and spacious Grade II listed building designed in 1911, BMA House boasts 22 unique and versatile spaces and all fitted with cutting edge AV technology. It is amodern event building with heritagethat places sustainability at the heart of everything they do. Proud owner of four prestigious sustainability awards, the team works with an expert nutritionist to create menus centred around responsibly-sourced ingredients; encouraging delegates to eat nourishing foods which sustain energy levels and promote healthy eating. From small meeting rooms to full conferencing spaces for up to 320, their versatile event space offers the ideal solution for large conferences, meetings, AGMs, dinners, award ceremonies, product launches and exhibitions. Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, this superb location suits both national and international conferences.
Central Hall Westminster
Located opposite Westminster Abbey, this architectural masterpiece is one of central London’s largest conference venues. Built 100 years ago, it celebrates modernity in stunning historical surroundings. Built in 1912, Central Hall Westminster boasts a remarkable range of flexible event spaces with natural light and blackout facilities for corporate, public and private events. This unique, historic venue with its iconic dome impresses all. The elegant entrance, marble flooring, spacious foyer areas and grand staircase compliment the 22-room portfolio. All spaces enjoy large windows, high ceilings and state-of-the-art technology. Central Hall Westminster offers meetings for 2-350 delegates, conference and exhibition spaces for 1,000 people and an auditorium with seating capacity for over 2,000 guests.
etc.venues County Hall
Situated on the south bank of the Thames, etc.venues County Hall has an enviable location next to the London Eye with breathtaking views over the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Itis easily accessible from both Waterloo and Westminster stations. etc.venues County Hall offers a range of event spaces, including a number of large suites for up to 400 guests which can be combined into a large multi-purpose space for 900 guests. In addition, the venue offers a range of smaller meeting and training rooms, as well as exclusive-use opportunities and private dining options. Throughout, this iconic building has been thoughtfully restored using original features coupled with high-quality design in classic copper and velvety tones.
IET London: Savoy Place
IET London: Savoy Place is the perfect venue for tech-driven events. Offering 18 versatile event spaces with a capacity for 750 to 1000 guests, the venue is perfect for conferences, presentations, meetings, exhibitions and award ceremonies.
The QEII Centre is the largest dedicated conference and exhibition space in central London. The venue offers world-class facilities for high-profile conferences, conventions, exhibitions and corporate events with a capacity of up to 2,500. The venue hostsover 400 national and international events a year.
Located opposite Westminster Abbey, the QEII Centre is less than a 5-minute walk from the Thames, and a 2-minute walk from the royal park. With over 6,000 hotel bedrooms within walking distance, this is the perfect location for you and your delegates.
The centre is served by exceptional transport links providing easy access to everything the city has to offer, from world-class restaurants and nightlife to shopping and culture. Located just an hour’s drive from five international airports, you will have an effortless journey to the centre.
Royal Museums Greenwich
Royal Museums Greenwich comprises the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House. It is also home to The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre and the Caird Library and Archive. Organising meeting here is an exciting experience. Conveniently located in Zone 2, within the UNESCO World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich, Royal Museums Greenwich is a short journey from Canary Wharf and the city, with excellent connections to DLR and mainline rail and riverboat services.
Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace is a bright, airy venue and is nestled within its own private-walled garden, the Garden Room.This self-contained former orangery combines old-world charm with the latest audio-visual technology and excellent Wi-Fi access, making it suitable for even the most sophisticated presentations. Guests also have access to the rest ofthe palace, which they can explore on their own or with one of professional guides.
Woods Quay is a newly constructed reception and berthing pontoon situated on the Victoria Embankment, nestled between Cleopatra’s Needle and Waterloo Bridge. Wood’s Silver Fleethasbeen Thames’s waterman since 1866, using their experience to offer private charter events with great care for excellently crafted spaces.