The Old Library at Lloyd's is one of the finest conference venues in the city of London.
Built in 1928, The Old Library with its oak panels and impressive hand-carvings of 17th and 18th-century sailing vessels compliments the naval heritage of Lloyd's with the modern architecture of the Lord Richard Rogers building.
The Old Library can seat up to 170 people for a meeting and can use the adjoining area for a drinks reception or 70 people on round tables for dinner.
Can I use my own caterer?
No, Elior are the in house caterers at Lloyd's.
Are there parking facilities at the building?
There are no facilities at the building. The nearest NCP car park is at Aldgate.
Is there wifi within the Old Library?
Yes, wifi is available.
What is the nearest tube station?
Bank or Monument