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Meeting Rooms for Hire in Soho, London

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Top Meeting Rooms in Soho

Known as one of London’s main entertainment districts, Soho is famous for fun, neon lights, big city buzz and, last but not least, Chinatown. This lively district is where the heart of London beats, so it’s no surprise it’s also popular for meetings of all kinds. On the lookout for a meeting room in Soho? We’re listing the best meeting spaces in West End – try the Tagvenue search engine and see for yourself!

Meeting Rooms Hire Guide

Soho has been known for different things throughout for years, but what makes it such a sought-after meeting area today? Here’s a couple of the most important reasons:

  • Unique energy – A dazzling fashion hub in the 60’s (think the famous Carnaby Street and Swinging London era), Soho remains a trend-setting, always buzzing district. Sound like a good spot for a creative meeting? Definitely!
  • Central location – Bordered by Oxford Street and Regent Street, Soho is in the centre of all the action! If you need a unique meeting room in central London, we suggest you start looking for it here.
  • Entertainment options – Last but not least, Soho boasts plenty of places to let your hair down after the meeting – that’s exactly what it’s famous for!

Not sure which part of Soho will make the best fit for your meeting? Have a look at our Soho cheat sheet:

  • Soho Square – This is the quieter, greener and more historical side of Soho. Looking for something central but not too modern? You’ll love this one-of-a-kind spot. Oh, and it’s just steps away from the Tottenham Court Road tube station.
  • Leicester Square – Located on the borders of Soho, Leicester Square can be considered a separate area with its distinctive vibe. It’s wonderfully vibrant both during the day and the night.
  • Piccadilly Circus – Possibly one of the most iconic spots in London, Piccadilly Circus needs no introduction. So, why not meet where the neon lights shine?