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About to have that major meeting with all of your clients, co-workers or stakeholders and need to find the best conference hotels in London? Say no more, Tagvenue has you covered with our latest list of the best hotels for meetings and conferences in central London and its surroundings! Regardless if you’re looking for an upscale hotel with an intimate boardroom style conference room or a large conference hotel capable of holding hundreds, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for with us.

Top Conference Hotels in London

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Here’s a couple of things to keep in mind while browsing for the perfect London conference hotel:

  • Budget and guests – These two factors are crucial to determine before organising any other aspect of your conference. Tagvenue offers you a variety of ways to filter the best conference hotels in London by price, size, location, style of seating and more but budget and number of guests is the best place to start.

  • Pick your seating preference – Hotels with conference rooms in London typically do their best to conform to a variety of seating preferences (or standing mingles) to ensure that your conference goes off without a hitch. Whether you’re looking for the traditional boardroom setup or maybe more of a classroom theme, we can help you find the best central London hotel for your needs.

  • Location, location, location – When choosing a conference hotel in London, you have a lot to contend with. Traffic, amenities, and proximity to points of interest are all something that you need to keep in mind when choosing a hotel for meetings and conferences in London. Are your guests arriving via car? Maybe by train or plane? Have a look at our map of the best conference hotels in London and find one that works best for your guests geographically.

Let’s get down to the money part: how much does it cost to hire a conference hotel in London?

  • Some conference hotels in London operate on a minimum spend model, where you pay a trifle for the venue itself but then agree to pay for a set amount of food, drinks, etc. Prices still vary, but you’ll often see prices in the neighbourhood of £2000.

  • More commonly, conference hotels in London work on a hire fee. This can be further split into a per day/evening fee or simply per session, but this can be an excellent option if you’re not sure how many participants to expect as generally, you have the run of the facility.

  • You can also opt for a per person spend model, with many locations charging per number of guests. This can be ideal if you’re expecting a smaller number of participants, with prices ranging from around £30 but can go up to around £80 depending on location.

So, where can you find the best conference hotels London has to offer?

  • With many conference hotels providing modern amenities mixed with a dash of old-world class, you can’t go wrong with a hotel venues around Marylebone with its slew of easy transit options to ensure your guests get to where they need to be on time.

  • Looking for something south of the Thames with a view of Westminster? Check out hotels near western Waterloo by Archbishop’s Park and the Jubilee Gardens.

  • Eastern St. James and the area around Charing Cross also provides a variety of hotels with conference facilities, putting your guests a stone’s throw from Piccadilly and the beating heart of London.

Some of the most frequently asked questions about conference hotels in London include:

I’m looking to host negotiations with a major client and need advice on a place that will impress?
For an intimate gathering of high powered professionals, the Mal Two at the Malmaison London is a fantastic location. A smaller conference room, this area seats 20 individuals in an intimate setting with fantastic catering and decor.

We’re hosting an annual meeting of our employees and we need a space that can fit over 200 people that can cover food, drinks and multimedia content. Anything like that in central London?
You’re in luck because large scale conference facilities are something of a London speciality. The Andaz London Hotel near Liverpool Street Station seats up to 250 in comfort in its galleries for various presentations, and can fit an equal number in a more informal setting in its stunning 1901 ballroom. For something that is sure to impress, you can also check out the Westminster Suite at the Sofitel St James.

 

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