Where planners book conference rooms

At etc.venues we understand that you want to find the perfect London conference room to hire. The problem is you are already busy trying to get attendees, sponsors and promoting the conference. So to add finding the perfect venue to your endless to-do list can become overwhelming. Don't worry, we have a wide selection of venues with everything you need close to mainline railways stations. Making our venues easy to find, but hard to forget.

Pick your London conference room

Using our handy map below, see our full list of venues in prime London locations across the city; all conveniently located near public transport stations.

133 Houndsditch BACK
Max room capacity 700
No. of rooms 14

133 Houndsditch

Liverpool Street

London, EC3A 7BX

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155 Bishopsgate BACK
Max room capacity 600
No. of rooms 5

155 Bishopsgate

Liverpool Street

London, EC2M 3YD

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Avonmouth House BACK
Max room capacity 150
No. of rooms 14

Avonmouth House

Elephant & Castle

London, SE1 6NX

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Bonhill House BACK
Max room capacity 90
No. of rooms 16

Bonhill House

Moorgate

London, EC2A 4BX

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Chancery Lane BACK
Max room capacity 140
No. of rooms 28

Chancery Lane

Holborn

London, WC2A 1HL

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County Hall BACK
Max room capacity 400
No. of rooms 30

County Hall

Westminster Bridge

London, SE1 7PB

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Fenchurch Street BACK
Max room capacity 250
No. of rooms 16

Fenchurch Street

8 Fenchurch Place

London, EC3M 4PB

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Prospero House BACK
Max room capacity 300
No. of rooms 24

Prospero House

London Bridge

London, SE1 1GA

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Marble Arch BACK
Max room capacity 140
No. of rooms 22

Marble Arch

Edgware Road

London, W2 2EA

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Monument BACK
Max room capacity 240
No. of rooms 19

Monument

8 Eastcheap

London, EC3M 1AE

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St Paul's BACK
Max room capacity 400
No. of rooms 14

St Paul's

200 Aldersgate

London, EC1A 4HD

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Tenter House BACK
Max room capacity 72
No. of rooms 14

Tenter House

Moorgate

London, EC2Y 9AE

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Victoria BACK
Max room capacity 250
No. of rooms 11

Victoria

One Drummond Gate

London, SW1V 2QQ

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What’s included when you hire our conference rooms in London?

Here are just a few of the inclusions to ensure your conference runs smoothly:

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Climate controls in each individual room ensures no one is too hot or too cold.

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Nutritious and healthy breakfast to start your supercharged day.

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Contemporary design and artworks create more vibrant surroundings to spark conversation.

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Fresh bean-to-cup coffee on tap throughout the day to energise and stimulate your delegates.

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Superfast Wi-Fi that’s quick to connect to and works wherever you are in the venue.

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Ergonomic furniture ensures comfort and aids concentration.

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Built-in AV including ceiling mounted projectors, screens, and lectern.

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Sound-proofed walls and ceilings to avoid unnecessary distractions.

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Award-winning food created by our onsite chefs.

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In-house hybrid tech helps extend conference audiences quickly and effortlessly.

20 ways to make your Conference more engaging

If you want to guarantee a successful and memorable event or conference, then it’s worth putting some thought into how your attendees interact with each other. We’ve compiled 20 different ways to do that. Learn about everything from simple Campfire Sessions to Braindates here.

Discover a supercharged conference experience

Unlike many other conference venues, ours are purpose-built to optimise every single aspect of your stay. It’s why we say our venues are ‘supercharged not superficial’…

SUPERCHARGED (OUR VENUES) SUPERFICIAL (MANY OTHERS)
Floor-to-ceiling windows ensure plenty of natural light to relax and aid concentration. Artificial lights and dimly lit rooms that leave attendees feeling drained.
Delicious and nutritious food created by onsite chefs to avoid energy slumps. Floppy sandwiches wrapped in tight plastic cling film. Yuck. No thanks.
Sound-proofed walls and ceilings to avoid unnecessary distractions. Bang. Bang. Bang. How do you focus when the venue’s walls are paper thin?
Fresh bean-to-cup coffee on tap to energise and stimulate your thinking. Lacklustre coffee urns that dispense lukewarm over-stewed cups of sadness.
Contemporary design and artworks create more vibrant surroundings to inspire ideas. Beige walls never inspired anyone. So, why do so many venues still have them?
Built-in AV including ceiling mounted projectors. Tech is ready to go. Adjustable Desk Projectors that need constant fiddling. Aargh!
Superfast Wi-Fi that’s quick to connect to and works wherever you are in the venue. Slow Wi-Fi that demands personal details and your life history before you connect.
Thoughtful layouts so speakers can be seen and heard from anywhere in the room. Poor room layouts and ill-placed pillars that obscure the stage and presenter.
Ergonomic furniture ensures supreme comfort and aids attendee concentration. Rigid seating that leaves attendees wriggling, uncomfortable and irritable.
In-house hybrid tech helps extend face-to-face meetings quickly and effortlessly. Third party AV supplier who makes virtual meetings virtually impossible.

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London Conference FAQ's

Perform a quick search on Google for ‘conference rooms’ and the results will often be a long list of meeting rooms instead. Search engines often can’t tell the difference and, if you’re new to the meetings and events industry, you might not be sure, either.

So, with that in mind, we thought we’d explain the key differences:
 

  • Size - Conference rooms tend to be spacious to accommodate large gatherings with space to network whereas meeting rooms are designed for smaller groups who want to collaborate or brainstorm together.
  • Furniture - Comfortable chairs and a table are usually commonplace in a meeting room whereas in a conference space attendees often stand so that they can mingle easily.
  • Tech and AV - Conference spaces tend to have high-definition digital display multi-screens, projectors and audio equipment all built-in whereas meeting rooms tend to be more basic (although at etc.venues even our meeting rooms have built-in screens and projectors!).

These are just top-line differences. If you’d like to know more, get in touch.