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Written by Luke Bull

November 2, 2022

The best small meeting rooms in London

Quick chats. Interviews. A room for when you finally need to circle back. A catch-up. One-to-ones. Or when you’re on your ones. A sounding board. A stage. A workspace. A change from your usual. The place where it all makes sense.

Small meeting rooms have lots of purposes and as functional as they are, you want to make sure you’re getting exactly what you need.

They’re small but mighty. They’re small meeting rooms. Keep reading to find the best small meeting rooms in London.

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1. A small meeting room to reflect in: The Quiet Room, London Jesus Centre


Hallelujah – a small meeting room in Central London! Sometimes all you need is room to talk through your thoughts and The Quiet Room is just that.

With its white walls, burgundy armchairs and carpeted floor, this room is your quintessential therapist office. Stop by, and come in for deep talks, quick chats or reflective moments – there’s room for up to 6 people.

While you might not find God, what you see is what you get with this small meeting room, and for this we’re thankful.

2. Stop by this bright small meeting room: The Superculture Room, Colours Hoxton


Jumpstart your agenda in this small meeting room. Its bright orange walls and colour-blocked foldable chairs are not only hard to miss, they're a refreshing change from your run-of-the-mill meeting room.

Although small, this is a great meeting point for team meetings, workshops and impromptu brainstorming sessions.

Huddle up, get to work and get those creative juices flowing – we can’t promise your meetings will be any more interesting but at least your meeting room will be.

Here’s to a successful meeting!

3. Take a trip to London’s smallest meeting room: Room 8, Calm, Happy Computers Ltd


Two inviting chairs, a bookshelf filled with all sorts of books, a TV screen and calming (we know) blue walls are all there is Happy Computers’ Room 8. With room for two, get cosy because you’re most likely in London’s smallest meeting room.

Breeze through your one-to-one, take the lead on a presentation run-through or have a quick catch-up.

They’ve got a whiteboard, flip chart, stationery and snacks. All that’s left is to pick a date, and time and get to brainstorming.

4. Get down to business at this small meeting room: Interview Room 1, 125 Old Broad Street


Up on the 6th floor of the former Stock Exchange Tower is Interview Room 1. While the name is as functional as they come, channel the money-making, business-savvy Nouveau Riche, aspiring wolf pack leader energy into something productive.

Head up a meeting or run through a presentation with two other team members. Look over the city for some inspiration – with the city at your fingertips, a lightbulb moment (or two) is not too far behind.

5. Serious business only at this small meeting room: The Boardroom, The Dorchester


Get down to business at The Dorchester’s Boardroom. From the red leather chairs and wood panelling to the framed photos and oak furniture, they’re pretty stylish (as meeting rooms go anyway).

We don’t need to tell you what to do with them but in case you need a TV for conference calls, then they happen to have that too.

A 5-star hotel. 5-star style. Let’s hope it’s a 5-star meeting too.

6. A small and sophisticated meeting room: The Wimpole Room, The Royal Society of Medicine


Part of the Royal Society of Medicine's member area, The Wimpole Room is available for stand-alone meetings, training or presentations. This room can also be booked as a dining room for business occasions.

The Wimpole Room is a contemporary space, with simple rustic furnishings. This space accommodates up to 24 guests, and you can host your next business meeting.

You will this small meeting room, just around the corner from Bond Street station.

The best small meeting rooms in London

London has no shortage of small 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 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 London venues respond to your enquiry.

How to hire a small meeting room in London

We know that finding a venue the old-fashioned way (where you trawl the internet, contact 10 venues or set your heart on one, only to find that they're out of your price range and not even available on your dates) is a pain, and there are a few pitfalls between you and booking your perfect small meeting room. Getting the venue finding process down to a professional art is what we’ve made our mission ever since we took on the events industry. We often get asked the same questions, so here's what we recommend to quickly and easily hire a space in London.

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

Meeting Room 1, Bankside Hotel, Autograph Collection – Get through your agenda with ease at this conveniently located small meeting room.

Room 8, Calm, Happy Computers Ltd – For one-to-one meetings, try this London meeting room.

A London small 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 small 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 small meeting rooms in London and let you enjoy your free time. Easy.

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