The setting of a meeting space can be influential in driving creativity and ideas. Whilst hotels are often go-to spaces for meetings, our consortium of London venues offers exceptional opportunities and has seen an increase in the demand for unusual meeting spaces. This week, we’ve rounded up some of our spring suggestions..
Balcony Room at Swan, Shakespeare’s Globe
Located on the top floor of the Swan Restaurant on London’s Bankside, the Balcony Room is a light and open space with excellent views across the River Thames of St. Paul’s Cathedral and the City of London. Accommodating up to 70 guests seated or 120 standing, Swat, Shakespeare's Globe offers complete packages for both breakfast and day meetings, with all food delivered freshly from the in house events kitchen. With Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre next door, meetings can be arranged with tours of the theatre and historical talks about the Bard too.
The Court Room at the Foundling Museum
Experience the unique surroundings of the Foundling Museum, with its beautiful eighteenth-century interiors and exquisite art collection, the venue makes for a stunning and unusual backdrop for meetings and conferences. Located in the heart of leafy Bloomsbury, it hosts a variety of corporate and private events and hosts up to 40 guests on round tables and 20 on one long table.
This Westminster conferencing and daytime events venue provides the perfect setting for meetings, conferences and training for intimate gatherings of 2 or more, up to 125 people. The venue boasts 10 flexible and versatile event spaces with natural daylight in all rooms. With AV facilities and technicians available to hire and complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the building, the spaces are perfect to host presentations or conference calls. On-site caterers, Searcys, offer a selection of different menus or bespoke catering options to suit suit delegate requirements.
Twickenham Stadium is one of the most sought after meeting venues in London and has 25 suites and over 150 pitch-facing Executive Boxes which can now be booked online for small boardroom meetings, confidential client interviews or specialised briefings for 2-20 people. Each of the suites and boxes has access to complimentary Wi-Fi and many include fixed plasma screens and integrated speakers.
Small meetings are covered at Sadler’s Wells Theatre with the Cripplegate Room and Sackler Room, both offering a boardroom for 12 guests from only £188.00 + VAT per day.Both rooms are ideal for small boardroom style meetings or as interview rooms. The spaces boast full AV provision in a contemporary environment.
Grand Saloon at Tate Britain
Home to the greatest collection of British art in the world, Tate Britain is one of London’s most architecturally rich venues. This Grade II listed building offers diverse entertaining spaces, ranging from classical and formal to contemporary galleries. For a limited time only Tate is offering a Day Delegate Rate in the Grand Saloon at Tate Britain. At just £85 (excl. VAT) per head including catering and AV this package is not to be missed!
The Court Room at Trinity House
Trinity House offers conference organisers exceptional flexibility. Catering for smaller meetings and board meetings through to large scale conferences, the layout and proximity of the five Trinity House rooms ensures that every size of meeting can be accommodated: small meetings with as few as 10 people to larger scale conferences of up to 130. The courtroom, bathed in light from the floor to ceiling windows overlooking Trinity Square, provides a splendid space for pre-lunch or dinner receptions and board meetings.