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Top Meeting Rooms in Charing Cross

On the lookout for a meeting room for hire in the centre of London? We suggest you try looking in the Charing Cross area! We’re here to make it easier for you, so we’ve listed top meeting rooms available for hire in Charing Cross all in one place. With Tagvenue you can easily browse them, compare pictures and prices, enquire and then book the ideal meeting room for you in no time. So, why don’t you try and see for yourself?

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Charing Cross Venues Hire Guide

Often used as a point for measuring the distance from different parts of London to the city centre, the Charing Cross location could definitely be considered in the heart of London. It’s one of the most important junctions in the city where several famous streets meet (including Whitehall, Pall Mall and the Strand) and it’s home to one of London’s busiest transport hubs, Charing Cross Station. If you’re searching for a truly centrally located meeting room in a vibrant neighbourhood, Charing Cross is the area for you!

Meeting Rooms in Charing Cross FAQ

How much do meeting rooms in Charing Cross cost?

Most of the meeting rooms in Charing Cross will be hired by the hour. You can expect a range of prices, starting at around  £60 per hour. Depending on the venue, you’ll also be able to find rooms which offer prices for an entire day, or the morning or evening. These venues offer a price range of around  £350 to  £3500. Last but not least, check out spaces which offer a price per person, starting at around  £80.

What are some of the best meeting rooms in Charing Cross?

The Bacchus Room at Adam House Event Space - this bright boardroom is perfect for meetings of 12 people. The venue offers catering in case you decide to hold the meeting all day. It also has many amenities perfect for making the company event happen–here you’ll find a projector, flip chart, TV, AC, paid parking and even accommodation. Check out the Bacchus Room if you want to hold a very professional meeting!

The Hub on the Square at Arboretum - this contemporary work space is great if you don’t mind having a laid-back atmosphere. The space has enough room for up to 60 attendees, and amenities which include a whiteboard, a projector, a flipchart, AC, and our favourite - natural daylight (it makes the meeting feel much more relaxing!). Check out the space for as little as £250  per hour. 

Grace & Favour at Great Scotland Yard Hotel - this venue is also great for more laid-back (but still important!) events. The space is created in a way to boost engagement and creativity of your attendees, and can fit even up to 140 guests. If you’re looking to host a team building event, then this space is perfect for it! From £3500 minimum spend , this venue is worth every penny!

What is the difference between a meeting room and a conference room?

From time to time it’s not particularly clear to users what the difference between a meeting room and a conference room is. When searching for meeting rooms in Tagvenue, you’ll find that most of them will have a smaller capacity than a conference room, and will include different amenities. Meeting rooms are more focused on the meeting inside the place, rather than for operating calls or conferences. A conference room has more equipment to hold digital business meetups, the rooms are perfect for online meetings and scheduled calls with, e.g.members from the company that are outside of the country. Conference rooms also often are designed to provide the ambience that is needed for more formal business meetings.

Ryan O'Sullivan
Booked The Bacchus Room at Adam House Event Space
The lady who hosted us was very polite and courteous and made sure we had everything we needed. She was very helpful. The room was perfect for our event. Sadly, it was all let down by your very poor broadband and networking solution.
Anthony Wren
Booked The Snug Room at Adam House Event Space
The original room we required was full and we were upgraded for a marginal price increase to the Library room which was a lovely gesture and this particular room was beautiful and perfect in size.
Imran Chaudry
Booked The Judges Court at Browns Covent Garden
Very good location and room size was good. It's a historic building and the room is nice. Food was good and fresh.

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