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Looking for meeting rooms in Farringdon? You’re in the right place! As a central location that's close to the City and easily accessible by public transport, Farringdon has many advantages for business travellers and conference attendees. The area offers a range of meeting rooms, from private boardrooms to large function rooms. So, if you’re looking for somewhere different and unique, then Farringdon has it all. Whether you’re meeting for a pitch presentation or looking to host a team meeting, you will find just the right space here. So, don’t wait any longer. Your perfect meeting room is just a few clicks away!

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Farringdon Venues Hire Guide

Farringdon is a great place to host meetings. The area has been home to a number of important events in history and is now the location for many of London’s biggest companies. The area is also just minutes away from the City of London, which means that it’s easy for guests travelling from other areas of the city. It has many restaurants, cafes and bars as well as shops and other attractions. Farringdon also contains a range of professional spaces, making it an ideal place for business meetings. 

If you’re preparing to host a meeting, and are looking to make it as productive as possible, here are some tips for organising better meetings:

Set a goal - If you want your meetings to be the most productive part of your working day and to run problem-free, be sure you know exactly why you’re calling them. If you don’t have a purpose for the meeting, both you and the attendees will not know what you are doing, and the meeting will be ineffective. So setting a clear goal for your meeting is the first step to making it a success.

Plan it well - The next step to take towards better meetings is to make sure you have a plan for them. Having a goal is great, but if you’re unsure of how you will achieve it, it will not be helpful. Write down what needs to happen at the meeting, and put it into easy-to-follow points. Allocate a time limit to each point, to make sure you’re not dragging things out over one item, while others remain neglected.

Decide on the participants - Once you know why you’re holding a meeting and what you’re going to be doing during it, decide who should participate in it. Too many people present in the meeting may cause it to get sidetracked, so invite only those who need to be there, and avoid “courtesy invitations”. Once you have a list of people you would like to invite, send them the meeting agenda, so they can best prepare for what’s coming.

Prepare the action plan - One of the points on your meeting agenda should be deciding what’s next. Before you end the meeting, summarise what you've discussed and decide on the next steps. If there are things to do or decisions to make, assign them to specific people. If there are more tasks that need to be done, set a deadline for finishing them.

Follow up - The good meeting practice is to provide a follow-up after it ends. Send out an email to all the participants with a summary and the action plan. If you would like to, you can also ask for feedback to make sure your next meeting is an even better one.

If meeting organisation is not a mystery to you, but rather you’re looking for some out-of-the-box ideas for your next session, here are some suggestions:

Include team bonding - If you’re meeting up with your team it’s a good idea to include some team bonding activities. They will energise your team, help them loosen up, and spark a creative fire, making the work better. If you’re meeting with a new team, or have new members joining you, start with icebreakers to help everyone get to know each other better.

Have a walking meeting - If your meeting isn’t about analysing data, or reading through documents, then go for a walking meeting. It works even if you’re working in a remote team! Instead of sitting in front of your screen, connect with others on the phone and discuss matters just as if you were chatting with a friend.

Change the location - If you’ve been meeting in the same conference room of your office for the past few weeks, staring at the same wall yet again might be too much for some of the participants. In that case, changing the location for your meeting might be just what you need. Here are some places where you can take your team:

  • Meeting rooms - Professionally equipped meeting rooms will have just what you need to carry out meetings without any hindrance. Hiring a meeting room is great if you want to get your team out of a rut. It can also be a great solution when your office doesn’t have a proper meeting space.

Our recommendation:

CCT Venues - Smithfield - equipped with everything necessary for a meeting, as well as catering, this meeting room situated 300 yards from Farringdon Station has everything that professionals are looking for. Rated 4.6/5 by our guests.

  • Workshops - Specially designed for work in groups, team building or training sessions, these flexible spaces can inspire creative processes. With professional equipment, workshops can be used for business meetings as well.

Our recommendation: 

The LBA LAB - a fully equipped, yet flexible space that can support your team’s creative processes or formal meetings. Rated 4.9/5 by our guests.

  • Function rooms - these usually can be found in restaurants or pubs, and are perfect if you want to have a business meeting over a meal. Many come supplied with whiteboards and AV facilities, so you can have a presentation or a remote meeting as well.

Our recommendation: 

Remark! Events - a quirky function room for meetings located within a short distance from Chancery Lane and Farringdon tube stations. Perfect for private meetings for both small and large groups. Rated 4.9/5 by our guests.

FAQs about Meeting Rooms in Farringdon

Why should I choose Farringdon for my meeting?

Here’s a short list of things event planners mentioned when we asked them what they love about Farringdon:

  • Central location – You can easily find meeting spaces close to major tube stations such as Barbican Station and King's Cross St Pancras Station, Farringdon is close to both the business district and the historical centre.
  • Ideal for growing businesses – The hire rates are lower there, which makes Farringdon a great pick if you’re looking for an affordable meeting room for hire. Perfect for startups and rising stars!
  • Great transport links – The area is well-connected with the rest of London via numerous Tube lines, bus routes and major arteries. Farringdon is always close, no matter where you are!

How much does it cost to hire a meeting room in Farringdon?

When you hire a meeting room in Farringdon, you'll usually pay between £35 and £180 per hour. Daily rates start at as low as £220. Some venues charge per person, with prices starting at £28. Remember that the price can vary depending on the size of the room, the number of people attending, and the time and date of the meeting. (Based on Tagvenue data.)

What equipment comes at the price of hiring a meeting room in Farringdon?

Here are some of the common equipment that is often included as part of your meeting room hire package:

  • Projector and screen
  • Whiteboard or flipchart
  • Pens and/or markers
  • Fast Internet connection
  • Kitchenette

If you want to be sure about what types of accessories will be available in the meeting room, reach out to the venue manager before you make your final booking.

Can I rent an affordable meeting room in Farringdon?

Despite the central location, it’s possible to find an affordable meeting room in Farringdon. First of all, make sure you know how many people will be attending your meeting, so you don’t book a room that is too large for your group. Also, some rooms charge different prices depending on the day of the week and the hour of the day, so if you’re flexible with your time, this can save you some money. Finally, book the room early so that you have plenty of cheap options to choose from.

Lynne P.
Booked Gotham at Headspace at Headspace Farringdon
Brilliant venue, I highly recommend. Very helpful team from the very first contact all the way through. Easy to find, clean, tidy, everything we needed on hand. Great lunch, fresh, clean, great variety. First class experience, will definitely utilise this venue in future. Thank you very much indeed.
Paul C.
Booked Cardiff Room at FMB Meeting Rooms
Great venue and just what we needed for our meeting. Lovely facilities and the catering was spot on. The service and support both before and on the day was top rate. Very happy to recommend without hesitation.
Nadia H.
Booked Kings Landing at Headspace! at Headspace Farringdon
Good location Reasonably priced Access to water and tea however it would have been nice for it to be provided in the room rather than leaving to get it each time.
George Z.
Booked The Board Room at Clerkenwell House
Excellent facilities and very helpful and friendly people. Will definitely book again. Highly recommended.
Booked Kings Landing at Headspace! at Headspace Farringdon
Plenty big enough, nice room- clean & tidy, nice décor. Tea, coffee, water and biscuits all provided. Brilliant location near Farringdon station. Easy to find. We did not require catering.
Kirsty W.
Booked Kings Landing at Headspace! at Headspace Farringdon
Good value for money, room had everything we needed & was all set up upon arrival. Perfect location.
Olivia S.
Booked Whole Venue at The LBA LAB
lovely bright and airy room. lovely staff to faciliatat and lots of pens, pads etc at the venue. made everything very easy!
Paul H.
Booked Reeves at Sustainable CIWEM Venue
Clean, modern room with good facilities - great AV & easy to use. Friendly, helpful staff. Central location. Excellent price.

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