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6 Conference Venues To Charm Your Delegates

There's a big difference between conferences that get delegates' minds whirring and those that go down like lead balloons. Content is key, of course, but you can't underestimate the value of a great setting in ramping up the engagement among your audience.

Luckily, London's full of conference venues with charm, which are guaranteed to elevate your event! We love nothing more than showcasing our top venue picks, so, without further ado, here are six of our favourite venues for turning up the charm factor at your conference.

1. The Landmark London

The Grand Ballroom at The Landmark London stands out as a premium conference venue, blending elegance with practicality. With its capacity for large gatherings, state-of-the-art amenities like Wi-Fi and air conditioning, and the availability of quality catering, it is designed to provide a seamless and sophisticated experience. A truly memorable backdrop for significant industry discussions and collaborations. Just look at those chandeliers!

Location: Marylebone

Capacity: 600 Reception

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Grand Ballroom
Grand Ballroom
The Grand Ballroom

2. London Transport Museum

Nestled in the heart of Covent Garden, the London Transport Museum offers a captivating and unique backdrop for conferences, blending historical charm with modern facilities. Its unique spaces, including the Cubic Theatre and the Museum Galleries, cater to a variety of events from conferences to award ceremonies. The venue's immersive setting, surrounded by exhibits of London's transport history, provides an inspiring and interactive experience for attendees. Coupled with state-of-the-art technology and customisable catering options, it ensures a memorable event that goes beyond the traditional conference setting.

Location: Covent Garden

Capacity: 400 People

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Museum Galleries
The Cubic Theatre
Left: Museum Galleries; Right: The Cubic Theatre

3. Emirates Old Trafford

With its unparalleled flexible space, Emirates Old Trafford offers a range of ideal settings for conferences of all sizes, from boardrooms to huge blank canvas spaces. Its largest event space, The Point, is a unique, elevated suite boasting seven-metre windows with stunning views of the venue's iconic cricket pitch.

It can cater from 100 to 1000 guests, depending on your needs, and features free-flowing spaces without pillars, built-in projectors and screens, and adjustable coloured LED lights to create the ideal atmosphere for any occasion.

Location: Manchester

Capacity: 1000 theatre

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The Point
The Point
The Point at Emirates Old Trafford

4. Greenwich Yacht Club

The River Rooms at Greenwich Yacht Club, with its breathtaking Thames views and outdoor decking, offers a distinctive setting for conferences and events. This versatile space, capable of hosting up to 250 guests, embodies a blend of modern functionality and scenic beauty, making it ideal for memorable conferences. Its ability to transform into any event theme, alongside amenities like Wi-Fi, bar services, and an events manager, ensures a seamless experience for all.

Location: Greenwich

Capacity: 250 Reception

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The River Rooms
The River Rooms
Greenwich Yacht Club: The River Rooms

5. One Moorgate Place

One Moorgate Place is an elegant Grade II-listed building, located in the heart of the city, and filled to the brim with historic charm. Combining the building's stunning original features with modern conference facilities, the spaces on offer in this venue are truly awe-inspiring, and are certain to add an element of prestige to the day. In the Great Hall, the largest event space on offer, 3 large screens, a podium, and a stage all contribute to making this setting an ideal location to present to your audience.

Location: Moorgate

Capacity: 400 theatre

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Main Reception Room
The Great Hall
Left: The Main Reception Room; Right: The Great Hall at One Moorgate Place

6. One Great George Street

The Telford Theatre at One Great George Street is a distinguished choice for hosting conferences, with its historic wood-panelled room, capable of accommodating up to 240 attendees. It boasts a fully accessible stage, integrated audio-visual equipment, and a stunning glass dome that adds a sense of openness and light. This venue is perfect for large-scale presentations, lectures, and corporate meetings, ensuring a memorable and impactful event experience.

Location: Westminster

Capacity: 240 Theatre

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The Telford Theatre
The Telford Theatre
One Great George Street: The Telford Theatre

If you've been charmed by our round-up of our top venues for conferences with a difference, get in touch to enquire about booking one today. Still looking for your perfect venue? Check out our other top conference venues for plenty more inspiration!

 

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