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  • High Holborn

    Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn

    from £65 per person158 Theatre

    Opened in 2018 by Queen Elizabeth II, the Ashworth Centre is a purpose-built event space set beneath the Great Hall, expertly designed to allow natural daylight to flood the suite through generous skylights. The stylish double-height lecture theatre with retractable seating for up to 158 delegates features integrated audio-visual. Ten meeting rooms split across two floors may be booked individually for smaller meetings for up to 16 boardroom or 25 theatre, or the partition walls can be withdrawn allowing flexible multi-room formats for breakout spaces or refreshments.

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  • Marylebone

    41 Portland Place

    from £1400120 Reception

    25% OFF VENUE HIRE FOR APRIL 2023 A popular space for drinks receptions for up to 120 guests or a dinner for up 60 people. The Council Chamber combines period elegance with modern facilities with a stately feel. The perfect spot for any Pop Up, Party or Networking space, Birthday party and weddings. This room can be hired as part of the first floor exclusive hire when combined with the Ann Rylands Room and Terrace to create a reception space for up to 120 people - additional hire fees apply.

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  • St James, Piccadilly Circus, Regent's street

    Aquavit London

    from £3500100 Standing

    Both our function rooms are equipped with Bang & Olufsen AV .Projector and drop-down screen . PA system .

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  • Marylebone

    1 Wimpole Street

    from £82550 Standing

    Named after Joseph Toynbee and Morell Mackenzie, two pioneers of Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) medicine, it houses a fascinating display of ENT medical equipment. This room offers a full range of set-up styles for conference dining and exhibitions linking directly with the Max Rayne Foyer. Perfect for drinks receptions, exhibitions or formal dining. A bonus feature is the bright terrace and raised catering area, and it is wheelchair accessible thanks to its ground floor location.

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  • City of London

    The Oyster Shed

    from £60020 Boardroom

    Located upstairs away from the hustle and bustle and featuring a 70 inch TV screen and large boardroom table, The Captains Table is the ideal spot for a training session, workshop, away day or board meeting. The wrap around windows provide plenty of natural light as well as panoramic views of the Thames.

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  • Bloomsbury

    BMA House

    from £100070 Reception

    The Christine Murrell Room is ideal for meetings, training sessions, and presentations. The London meeting venue offers plenty of natural light and high-spec AV equipment. The integral PA system and video conferencing facilities create the option for hybrid meetings, interviews, or presentation events. The Christine Murrell Room can accommodate 28 in cabaret style or 60 in theatre style. If you're looking for a flexible meeting space in London, the Murrell Room benefits from neighbouring rooms which can be interconnected to create a larger space for your event.

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  • Spitalfields

    Wallacespace Spitalfields

    from £200080 Standing

    Luna Room is a bright and flexible event space. Spacious enough for up to 100 people and with it's own satellite kitchen area. The room is perfect for larger workshops, co-creation and conferences. All of our rooms are flexible in layout, and come fully equipped with professional technology, stationary and equipment bespoke to your needs. We are told that our people and how we do things really impacts outcomes; we look for reasons to say 'yes' and understand that small details make a big difference. Our meeting space experts will work with you to ensure your day runs like clockwork.

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  • Moorgate Place

    One Moorgate Place

    from £560 per hour50 Theatre

    The meeting rooms at One Moorgate Place speak for themselves. With eight rooms to choose from, we can accommodate all types of meetings. From one to ones, to large-scale gatherings, we have it covered. Plus, catering is available to make sure your guests are well fed! What's more, we have rooms which can open-out into a larger space, facilitating up to 50 guests. Each room is full of cutting-edge technology to include : WIFI, video conferencing, satellite TV and presentation screens to ensure success- whatever your meeting type.

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  • Westminster

    116 Pall Mall

    from £72 per person50 Standing

    Two adjoining rooms full of original features and charm, Trafalgar 1 & 2 offer natural light and airy ambience. Virtual Studio at 116 Pall Mall Hold your event, meeting or training in our state-of-the-art virtual and hybrid event space. Equipped with the latest technology and safety measures, our event solutions enable you to connect professionally while complying with government safety regulations at all times. Our team are highly experienced in delivering world-class virtual events, allowing you to effortlessly engage your stakeholders, colleagues or delegates in the room and beyond.

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  • London

    The Insurance Hall

    from £65 per person60 Standing

    With floor to ceiling windows, The Court Room provides a perfect setting for meetings and workshops for up to 60 delegates. The space can also be used as a breakout or catering room when hosting a conference in The Great Hall.

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  • Holborn

    Bounce, the home of Ping Pong | Holborn

    from £48 pp/hour60 Standing

    The Jaques Room is perfect for all forms of meetings or networking events. With capacities of up to 60 delegates theater style, 36 cabaret and 28 boardroom style, combined with state of the art AV equipment, including wireless presentation system and a 7ft wide cinematic screen with HD projector, this is the ideal space for your next off-site meeting! Full (8 hours) and half day (4 hours) delegate rates available from £40pp + VAT including breakfast, lunch, unlimited tea & coffee, as well as unlimited Ping Pong. Meeting room only rates available also.

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  • Regent's Park / Marylebone

    ISH Venues

    from £50 per person85 Theatre

    With beautiful views of the Park Crescent gardens, floor to ceiling windows that let in a glorious amount of natural light, the Gulbenkian creates the perfect background for your next meeting. The versatility of the space means it can hold a variety of setups that speak to the nature of your business. It has fantastic Wi-Fi connection which makes it ideal for hybrid meetings. The Gulbenkian is 12.24 x 6.62m in dimension and has the capacity to hold between 12-100 people at most.

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  • City

    Searcys at the Gherkin

    from £75 per person60 Standing

    The Gherkin's five private dining rooms are situated on the 38th floor of the iconic Gherkin building and offer unforgettable views of London. Double room bookings are ideal for targetted conferences, banquets and standing receptions for up to 60 guests. Guests can make use of AV equipment, as well as an on-site engineer that can be on-hand during your event to ensure presentations run smoothly.

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  • Bank

    Puttshack Bank

    from £80025 Standing

    Looking for the perfect private function room for your event? Our Rose private room is a cozy and stylish area suitable for up to 25 guests standing. Choose one of our party packages which combine a world-class food and drinks experience, with mini golf like you've never seen before!

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What is a meeting room?

A meeting room is simply a room or space in which people come together to discuss topics, solve issues, discuss business objectives, set targets… it could be anything! The beauty of a meeting room is that you can usually hire them by the hour, which is why they are most commonly used by businesses and teams.

There are a huge number of meeting rooms of all different shapes and sizes in London. You may desire a formal, high-end space for a client meeting or small conference such as at the Council Room at One Birdcage Walk. Or you may prefer a more unique, creative space such as Anomalous Space or Lumiere Underwood. Whatever space you’re looking for, you’re sure to find something to fit your style and objectives.

Why should I hire a meeting room?

Do you:

  • Want some privacy for an important discussion eg interviews, disciplinary meetings, business plans, discussions around sensitive company information?
  • Want to create a sense of occasion in an environment with elegant furniture and state-of-the-art technology?
  • Need a quiet space to meet with your team?
  • Need a professional, objective setting to meet with clients or stakeholders?

Then book a meeting room! One thing we’ve learnt during the pandemic is that the power of face-to-face communication can not be underestimated. Having spent the last two years on Zoom, it’s no surprise that meeting rooms are in high demand and many businesses aim to get together in-person (whether that’s with clients or employees) at least once a week if possible.

Thanks to the pandemic, many companies no longer work from offices full time, so find themselves needing spaces in which they can meet up. Being together face to face inspires creative thinking, allows for more clear and open conversation, and also helps reintegrate ‘water cooler’ moments back into our lives, rebuilding colleague relationships that may have suffered due to working virtually for the most part.

As mentioned above, there are many uses for meeting rooms, and it’s really up to you what you do with the space. It largely depends on your objectives, as these will determine the style of meeting room you need.

For example, maybe you’d like a space for a morning catch-up with your team (perhaps with some coffee and pastries), a professional backdrop to invite key clients or stakeholders, an unusual space to bring your team together for an away day to set company objectives, an inspiring meeting room for brainstorming and strategising… the list is truly endless.

The best part? Meeting rooms are usually pretty well-priced, and often include everything you need to create a productive atmosphere for your meeting. You could even find a venue that caters for post-meeting networking!

How do I make my meeting hybrid?

Whilst many people prefer in-person meetings, there are of course times where this is simply not possible. Some people may not be able (or feel comfortable) to attend in person due to many factors, so it’s a good idea to make it hybrid by adding an option for virtual attendees.

This can be as simple as connecting a laptop to a large screen in the room and then connecting to a video conferencing tool such as Zoom. That way, all participants can see each other and join in the conversation. For this, you’ll need to make sure the space has good lighting and, more importantly, excellent Internet connectivity. Patchy internet won’t make for a good experience for your virtual attendees. Most meeting rooms come with a screen, HDMI cable, projector, speakers, webcam and other tech capabilities to allow for this hybrid meeting experience, but you’ll need to check with the venue exactly what is included in the hire cost.

To find out more about how to create a fantastic hybrid experience, check out our Ultimate Guide To Hybrid Events.

What makes a great meeting room in London?

When looking for a great meeting room, there are certain things you should keep an eye out for. Here’s a list of things to consider:

  1. Is it in a good location near public transport?

  2. Does it have enough space for all your attendees? This should be the number one thing to consider. And not just whether there are enough seats - it should be spacious and airy, not feel cramped. This is why it’s imperative that you conduct a site visit ahead of your meeting. Also ask the venue whether they can arrange the room in different ways to suit your needs.

  3. Do they offer a DDR package? This stands for Delegate Day Rate and means that you pay a certain amount per head. This is often a cheaper way of hiring a meeting space because you usually get other things included. A typical DDR package includes; room hire, wifi, basic stationary, use of the room’s tech facilities such as projector, screen and flip chart, A/C, water, tea and coffee, pastries/sweets, and breakfast and/or lunch depending on your timings. If the meeting is taking place in a hotel, you can even book a DDR package which includes dinner and accommodation too. Talk to the venue to discuss what’s included, as it can slightly differ.

  4. Is the meeting room accessible? This is so important to be aware of. You can read more about accessibility at events from our stage at International Confex 2022. Asia House is a great example of a meeting venue that provides total accessibility, with a convenient central location and wheelchair access throughout.

  5. A final thing to consider is that a meeting room doesn’t just need to be in a corporate, dedicated events space. It could be a hotel, rooftop, restaurant, museum, even a fun games venue!

There are plenty of unique meeting rooms all over London, you just need to look for them! As long as it has the bare bones of what you’re looking for, it could be a fun and unique change of scenery for your average meeting.

Best meeting rooms in London

As you can imagine, London is packed with meeting spaces, ranging from more corporate, professional spaces to creative and unique spaces to inject some fun. Whether you’re looking for a dry hire space, a space that offers catering, stationary and equipment in the form of DDR packages, or somewhere in between, you’re sure to find something perfect for your team. Check out our top meeting rooms in London below.

Best meeting rooms in South London

There are plenty of fantastic meeting spaces south of the river. For a slick, tech-focused spot try the Southbank Centre, or the Swan at Shakespeare’s Globe. For a chic space to bring the team together, No 29 at Battersea Power Station or Mimo London are great options. Or, if you’re after a casual, creative space to brainstorm, try Lost Hours, Ministry of Sound, FORA or Hoxton Southwark. For a stripped-back, edgy get-together, the Vauxhall Arches add a unique twist to any meeting. You could even inject a touch of history and host a meeting at the Imperial War Museum, or for an iconic sporting background, try the Kia Oval!

Check out more meeting rooms in South London if you're looking for more inspiration.

Best meeting rooms in North London

North London is also packed full of bright and airy meeting spaces to inspire creative thinking for your team, such as Wallacespace, the Arc Centre or The Laboratory Studio. For an innovative space, try the Impact Hub, Anomalous Space or EartH. Or, for sports fans, try a pitch-view meeting room at Wembley Stadium or Lord’s Cricket Ground!

To find some more inspiration North of the river, check out our other meeting rooms in North London.

Best meeting rooms in East London

For a cosy but professional atmosphere, the Hoxton Holborn is a lovely space, as is Smith’s of Smithfield. In keeping with Shoreditch’s trendy reputation, we love Shoreditch Studio, Blooming Founders or Village Underground for creative meetings with a bit of flair! Get down to business in Canary Wharf at East Wintergarden.

Continue East and try a nautical theme at Greenwich’s gorgeous Sail Loft, or step back in time at Enderby House or Museum of London Docklands.

Think East London would be perfect for your meetings? Check out more meeting rooms in East London to get the ball rolling.

Best meeting rooms in West London

There are plenty of spaces for a productive meeting in West London. We love the stunning 41 Portland Place, High Road House or the Vanderbilt Room for all-out British elegance and glamour. For a more casual affair, try the dreamy cafe space at Daylesford Organic Notting Hill. Chelsea’s iconic The Phene is a bright and revitalising space for team strategising, and is the perfect spot for some post-event drinks too, as is The Hari, a boutique event space nestled in Belgravia.

Browse our full range of meeting rooms in West London to get your venue search off to a flying start.

Best meeting rooms in Central London

As you can imagine, there are more meeting rooms in Central London than we could possibly list here, but a few of our favourite venues include The Brewery, Artist Residence and Museum of London for a touch of history.

We also love the Market Bookshop, One Moorgate Place and Hatton Garden’s Breather for a unique spot to encourage creative thinking.

Many of these spaces are also great for post-meeting receptions for key clients and stakeholders.

If you'd love to get your team strategising in the heart of the City, check out more meeting rooms in Central London.

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

If you're looking to hire a meeting room in London, the average cost will depend on a number of factors, including the size and location of the room, the amenities required, and the length of time you need it for.

Generally speaking, meeting rooms in London start at around £50 per hour, with larger and more luxurious rooms costing more. However, it's also possible to find meeting rooms for less if you're willing to negotiate or are willing to compromise on some of the features you need.

We always recommend hiring meeting rooms with DDR packages where possible, as this can help keep costs down and ensure you’re only paying for what you use. An average DDR package in London is between £60-80 per person per day. This would usually include morning tea/coffee/pastries, lunch, stationary, room equipment, room hire, water, air conditioning and wifi, but they vary depending on your needs and the venue’s offering.

Take the time to do your research and make sure to get in touch with Hire Space to find the perfect meeting room for your budget.

Top tips for planning an engaging meeting

Anyone who has ever attended a long, dry meeting knows that engagement is key to a successful gathering. Here are a few key things to keep in mind. First and foremost (and it might seem obvious), is to consider the venue. A quirky or unique space can be a great way to get people out of their usual mindset and into a more creative headspace. Make sure the space is comfortable and conducive to productive discussion. If you're meeting in a stuffy room with poor ventilation, it's going to be tough to keep everyone focused.

Likewise, offering healthy refreshments like smoothie stations or running wellness sessions like meditation and yoga can help boost energy and engagement. When it comes to food, healthy options are always a good idea - this will help keep your attendees energised for the whole day.

During the meeting itself, breaks are critical - no one wants to sit through hours of PowerPoint presentations and making your attendees restless can do more harm than good. Mix up the format with group exercises, teambuilding sessions, breakout sessions, and other interactive activities.

Don't forget about networking drinks afterwards - it's a great way for the team to let their hair down and bond with each other outside of a ‘work’ environment. You could even bring in some entertainment to really wrap up the day with a bang!

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Call a meeting, London has thousands of excellent meeting venues! Whether you need a creative space for a team workshop or somewhere sophisticated for a board meeting, Hire Space has the perfect meeting room for you. Many of our meeting spaces are highly adaptable and provide excellent audio-visual equipment so you can be sure that your presentation will look incredible. We have intimate penthouse suites, perfect for the most high-value meetings, conference centres ideal for hosting workshops and seminars and serene meeting rooms that allow you to escape the office for some much needed creative breathing room. If you need help finding meeting room facilities that meet your exact specifications, our Venue Experts are on hand thanks to the "Ask a Venue Expert" feature. Get in touch with your requirements and we'll provide bespoke recommendations all for free.

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