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Written by Luke Bull

March 1, 2023

10 top London meeting rooms you can hire today

London is a fast-paced city that's always bustling with business, so it makes sense that there would be some incredible London meeting rooms here. We know that there are so many to choose from, so we took it upon ourselves to find the best meeting spaces in London for all sorts of occasions – so you don’t have to. From small to large, and cheap to expensive, we've chosen the top 15 London meeting rooms we think will be perfect for you!

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1. A very modern London meeting room: Paddington Works

Paddington, London

Sometimes a meeting room needs to be more than just a table and chairs. Paddington Works' Auditorium space is a lecture-style setup with tiered seating overlooking a stage area that would be perfect for hosting a discussion-style meeting. You'll also reap the rewards from a powerful speaker system, multiple microphone options, black-out blinds and dedicated WiFi.

With a capacity for 60 attendees, this meeting room is one to write home about.

2. A funky meeting space for when you need some creativity: The New Yorker Gallery, Lumiere London


Want a unique meeting space with a little bit of spice to it? Well then, come check out The New Yorker Gallery in Lumiere London.

When you walk through the doors, you’ll be greeted with an explosion of colours, and accents of red, yellow, green, and turquoise, here and there. The exposed brick walls and large windows all make feel like you are in a luxurious 1950s New York Loft.

This room has everything you need – audio equipment, a TV, whiteboards, and flip-charts, making it the perfect location for all types of meetings. Come get creatively inspired by this vibrant space.

3. A meeting room for a brainstorming session: The Delaunay, London Art House


It’s scientifically proven that we come up with our best ideas when we’re relaxed – so The Delaunay room at the London Art House is the perfect place to get your team together for a brainstorming session.

With all the things you need, from whiteboards for getting your ideas down, to a large TV for presentations, this meeting space is an excellent choice for a casual meeting where you want your attendees to feel comfortable and relaxed.

We love the cool vibe of this meeting space, with colourful armchairs, plenty of natural light, and a catering area for plenty of coffee breaks. Happy brainstorming.

4. A top London meeting room to get organised in: Meeting Room M81, Mindspace Shoreditch


For a meeting space to get some serious project planning done, we’re big fans of Meeting Room M81 at Mindspace’s Shoreditch location.

Whether you’re a devout stan of a Kanban board, Gantt chart, or just a plain old spreadsheet, hook up your laptop to their TV screen so everyone has eyes on what needs to be done. The fully-equipped kitchen means you can have all the caffeine you need to keep you going.

This beautiful private meeting room in the heart of one of London’s trendiest areas also has a terrace to relax in after your meeting is done. Sounds good to us.

5. A meeting space for getting the ball rolling: Terrace Boardroom, Museum of London


Once your plans are in place, timelines are on track and goals are in sight, you need a place to get your head down and start the work. Terrance Boardroom in the Museum of London is just the place to do so.

This space is perfect for intimate meetings where you can really get the momentum going.

The room comes with an integrated plasma screen that links to your laptop – so you can easily present what you've been working on, and make it easier to share ideas.

6. A London meeting room for getting sh*t done: Meeting Room 1, Dorsett City Hotel


If you have a lot of work to cover in a short amount of time and need a place to help you focus, a Dorsett City Hotel meeting space is the place for you.

With pen and paper, snacks, and drinks available, you won’t have to leave the room at all. That's more time to let you stay focused. The large meeting room can fit up to 20 people, so you and your co-workers can communicate easily, all from one room.

The rooms also have the most up-to-date technology and a high-speed internet connection so that you can work as quickly and efficiently as possible.

7. A London meeting room for crunch time: Meeting Room 2, Us&Co Stratford


Imagine you have a close project due date with a lot of work left and you need a space to help you sit down and grind. Where would you go? We have the perfect answer for you – Meeting Room 2 of Us&Co Stratford.

This small meeting room (with a capacity of up to 6) is perfect if you need no distractions. With a round table at the centre of the room, it's easy to have a quick discussion with your team.

The greatest feature about this meeting space though is that there are designated staff members there working as a support team to help you work as effectively as possible.

8. The best meeting venue in London for presentation preparation: House of Transformation, Hoxton


If you need a place to prepare for a presentation, the House of Transformation is a great choice for a meeting space. Out of all the London meeting rooms, the House of Transformation is best suited for any presentation-related activities due to its 3-metre wide screen and projector.

You’ll soon find out that exposed brick, plants, nature-inspired paintings and wood are a big part of this space, and what makes it feel so lively.

This space offers catering (if needed) so you can enjoy a delicious meal, go over presentations, and brainstorm the day away.

9. A London boardroom for the end of the quarter grind: Meeting Room 5, The Clubhouse Holborn Circus


If you need a London boardroom for your end-of-the-quarter grind, Meeting Room 5 of The Clubhouse Holborn Circus is a great choice. With an 8-person capacity, this boardroom is perfect for you and your board members. As the offices are on the 8th and 9th floor, you can have your meetings overlooking the city.

The rooms come with everything you need, from HD screens, and audio-conferencing to air conditioning and a whiteboard/flip-chart for personal use.

Catering is also an option for your meeting space for breakfast, lunch, and private dinners. Being well-fed and focused has never been easier.

10. A cheap London meeting room for team catch-ups: Private Meeting Room, The Travel Cafe


If you’re looking for an amazing place to catch up with your team members but want to keep your budget low, head over to The Travel Cafe’s Private Meeting Room.

Despite having a relatively low cost to book, it’s quite luxurious with stacked brick walls, gorgeous wooden floors and furniture, plants to liven up the place, a whiteboard and flipchart, and even a TV.

They provide office equipment if you need it, so you’ll never have to worry about printing again. Also, if you’re feeling peckish, external catering is available. That’s lunch and dinner sorted then.

11. A London meeting space with a view to inspire: The Roof Garden, Pantechnicon


If you’re looking for a fun place to have a meeting with a view to inspire, The Roof Garden is a top choice.

The Roof Garden, as implied by its name, is a plant paradise. These plants are complemented by wooden walls and chairs, smooth stone tile floors, and lots of natural lighting, making this a truly eye-catching meeting space.

This meeting space is meant for larger parties and is located on the rooftop of a building, so you can expect pretty amazing views. Unlike other London meeting rooms, this space can fit a much larger group and also has fantastic drinks to enjoy. Win-win.

12. A spacious meeting room at an iconic London Hotel : Beech Suite, Royal Lancaster London


Spacious and practical, the Beech Suite at the iconic Royal Lancaster is a safe bet for your next business meeting in London.

The meeting room which can host up to 200 people, has a seating capacity of 60 and is ideal for presentations, conferences and workshops. The room can conveniently be divided into three separate spaces and its large windows provide a glorious view of Hyde Park.

Audio equipment, TV/Projector and whiteboards are all available. There’s also a dedicated event manager at the venue to ensure that everything runs smoothly.

More of the best meeting rooms in the City of London

Central London has no shortage of beautiful meeting rooms ready to impress and inspire. From sleek boardrooms to unique training rooms to creative brainstorming spaces, we've rounded up the best rooms near you with all the facilities you need for your next professional event. Have a look at these stunning City of London spaces and get some ideas for where to have your next meeting. Alternatively, tell us exactly what you need and we'll make sure the very best Central London venues respond to your enquiry.

Your guide to meeting rooms in London

The words ‘meeting room’ can bring a groan to even the most enthusiastic of employees. Cue a greyscale montage of burnt coffee, PVC chairs and tepid corporate small talk. Believe it or not, it doesn’t have to be this way. London has a real variety of fantastic corporate meeting rooms for you to hire by the hour, day, or on a more regular basis. Bringing the team together is a vital part of making sure the work chemistry is just right and every situation can benefit from the perfect meeting space.

Do you thrive in an offbeat, unusual and creative meeting space? Have you got an important deal to close where you’re looking to impress with a professional high-spec boardroom? Maybe you’re presenting to a team and require the latest in presentation technology. At HeadBox we know our meeting rooms, and we’re here to help you.

Consider the goal of the meeting

With such a breadth of meeting rooms and spaces in London, it’s important to set exactly what you’re hoping to achieve in the meeting – this way you can determine your criteria and make sure whatever room you have is appropriate. For brainstorming and more informal meetings, a creative space is probably the best idea – The Design Museum’s Dessau Room is a great example of an inspiring creative space that will allow you to informally discuss and explore any creative avenue.

Inevitably some meeting rooms will require a more informal meeting space. To get that crucial deal-closing handshake you may want to rely on an iconic meeting room setting: High-backed black leather chairs, boardroom style table, sleek audiovisuals to clinch the presentation. Luckily there is not a lack of traditional style meeting rooms. The Clubhouse, for example, offer a bespoke Mayfair meeting room that can give you the corporate edge in any important business meeting.

Location is everything

The best meetings occur when everyone arrives on time and stress-free. The ultimate way to ensure this is to be super diligent when it comes to choosing a meeting room location in London. For those who have clients coming in from out of town, you’ll want to try and make sure the meeting room is located near the relevant train station. Euston, for example, serves the North-West – any incoming Mancunions will appreciate the short journey from the train station to the board room. For those meeting other Londoners, it’s a good idea to check how they’re getting to the meeting. Those driving might find it difficult to find parking spaces in The City – in this case, you could book one of the many beautiful meeting spaces that lay in the outer London boroughs.


No, we’re not talking about paid actors to make your company seem bigger. By extras we mean those specific additions to your event brief that will make your meeting memorable in the best possible way. Perhaps you’re after a naturally lit room to bring a pastoral calm to your presentation? Some high-energy meetings might require a catered option to keep the team on task. Or maybe you’re crazy about your coffee and want to make sure that the private meeting space you book has that freshly ground slow-drip Peruvian blend to keep your caffeine in check. With HeadBox we want you to tell us exactly what you’re after, that way the perfect venue will reach out to you.

What’s the cost of hitting a meeting room in London?

The hard truth is that it’s difficult to put one single number on a London meeting. All the nuances and permutations of your individual needs will affect the overall cost. That said, there are a few golden rules for pricing a London meeting:

Looking for an affordable space? Cheap meeting rooms in London are not exactly forthcoming in one of the world’s most expensive cities. There are, however, a few pointers. Hiring a space in a co-working space, bar or community hall is normally a good way to keep costs down. The meeting spaces in these venues tend to be more affordable than your Grade II listed buildings or high-end hotels.

Knowing London is the key to working out price points. Our figures show that the further away from the centre you are, the cheaper the hire fee will be. A boardroom in Bow will be a lot cheaper than a meeting room in Westminster. Bear in mind, though, that the further out you go, the bigger chance you run of the event being more inaccessible. It’s all about the balance.

For meeting rooms in London, you're spoilt for choice. Here are a few extra special ones that we vouch for:

Mortar, Workspace Brickfields – A modern meeting space for up to 12 people.

House of Transformation – For any pending presentations and workshops, this meeting space is a great choice.

A London meeting room can start at £50 for a short rental of a small basic room, and go up to £500 or more for a day at a swish venue with facilities and catering. There really is no one answer to this question: so many variables come into play when understanding the cost of hiring a meeting room. How many guests are you planning for? Is the venue for an hour, a day or a week? The good news is that you can find a venue for pretty much any budget (okay, almost any budget). Instead of letting the venue dictate the price, our advice is to be proactive and set a budget that you feel comfortable with – this way the right venues can reach out to you through HeadBox.

There are lots of ways to book a London meeting room. You can do the old-fashioned thing and pick up the phone, or email the venue directly. Unfortunately, lots of venues are busy and may not get back to you in time. That's where we come in. Give us your enquiry and we'll reach out to the best meeting rooms in London and let you enjoy your free time. Easy.

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