Booking a meeting room to catch up with clients, AGMs or just for a change of scenery to spark some creativity is becoming increasingly common with shared meeting spaces and room lease agreements that allow growing businesses to be agile and adapt growing in popularity.
Meeting room hire offsite can feel like a drag if the options are four plain walls and a flip board in the corner, but this doesn’t have to be the case. Across London along there are a huge amount of venues that can inspire employees and clients into taking the agenda of a meeting to the next level.
Crystal Meeting Rooms
Located on the waterside at London’s Royal Dock’s, The Crystal is one of London’s leading and most innovative meeting venues.
The venue generates all of its own energy from rainwater harvesting, black water treatment and solar heating – making it one of the world’s most sustainable buildings.
The venue has 14 meeting spaces all with audio visual support and award-winning catering options.
Find out more about The Crystal.
Imperial War Museum Meeting Rooms
A Grade II listed building full of history with a ultra-chic interior that is making it an increasingly popular choice for not only as a meeting room in London, but also as an event space with a different.
Located close to Waterloo and Southbank stations, the venue has different ranges of options – including:
Room Name - Number of Guests
Atrium (max) - 340
Roof Terrace (max) - 240
Orpen Boardroom (max) - 70
Directors Boardroom (max) - 20
Meeting Room 1 (max) - 20
Conference Room & Foyer (max) - 80
Cinema (max) - 200
So whether you want to hold an AGM or a product launch – you can be sure that IWM is the venue for you.
Get in touch to find out more about IWM for meeting rooms.
The National Gallery Meeting Rooms
The National Gallery is one of London’s most popular tourist attractions and draws visitors from around the world on a daily basis. It also happens to be home to some stunning meeting rooms, banqueting halls and event spaces for businesses looking to offer an air of grandeur to the working day.
Founded in 1824 and home to over 700 years of art history, the National Gallery has 27 rooms boasting capacities from 30 to 500 – depending on the type of meeting or event you’re holding.
These rooms are spread throughout the gallery and each offers both a unique location to hold an event and stay fresh in the memory of guests.
Room Name -Number of Guests
ROOM 32* (Reception) - 500
ROOM 32* (Dinner) - 300
ROOM 34* (Reception) - 400
ROOM 34* (Dinner) - 230
PORTICO (Reception) - 100
PORTICO (Dinner) - 60
CENTRAL HALL (Reception) - 200
CENTRAL HALL (Dinner) - 100
ROOM 30 (Reception) - 300
ROOM 30 (Dinner) - 220
ROOM A (Reception) - 350
ROOM A (Dinner) - 108
ANNENBERG COURT (Reception) - 300
MOSAIC TERRACE (Reception) - 70
MOSAIC TERRACE (Dinner) - 40
NATIONAL DINING ROOMS (Reception) - 300
NATIONAL DINING ROOMS (Dinner) - 200
NATIONAL CAFE (Dinner) - 100
WOHL ROOM (Reception) - 450
WOHL ROOM (Dinner) - 310
BARRY ROOMS (Reception) - 300
BARRY ROOMS (Dinner) - 150
YVES SAINT LAURENT ROOM (Reception) - 100
YVES SAINT LAURENT ROOM (Dinner) - 60
TURNER ROOM (Reception) - 50
SAINSBURY WING EXHIBITIONS (Reception) - 200
Find out more about The National Gallery.