Conference Venues for Hire in City of London

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Top Conference Venues in City of London

Searching for conference venues in city of London? Tagvenue has you covered. Acting as London’s historic centre and business district, there’s certainly no shortage of conference venues that will see to all of your corporate needs and impress your delegates. Whether it is stylish conference rooms and hotel meeting venues, impressively designed theatres and auditoriums, or lavish and intimate dining rooms, there’s all manner of different spaces where you can discuss business across the square mile. To search through everything that’s on offer, use our smart venue finder to find the perfect place for your next conference today. Check it out!

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Conference Venues Hire Guide

The City of London stretches from Chancery Lane to the Tower of London, so take advantage of the huge variety of different capacity conference venues the area has to offer. If you’re going more in the direction of a large presentation, product launch, or networking event, take your pick from the variety of large halls and suites that can hold large groups and boast a range of state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. 

Alternatively, there’s a whole range of much smaller meeting rooms and relaxed spaces that can be used for smaller gatherings, conference calls, and boardroom discussions. Many of these are located right by the closely connected network of tube stops in the area, including St Paul’s and Bank, which offers convenience, as well as a fantastic spot to hold discussions.

Prices in the city of London will differ depending on the size and gravitas of the venues, with certain high-ticket spaces in areas such as the Barbican costing between as much as £8,000 min spend per day. Alternatively, cheaper venues can be found in Liverpool Street of around £500 hire fees, or £900 minimum spend. In general, prices range between £2,000 to £3,000 hire fee per day or £60 to £96 per conference delegate.

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