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Written by Luke Bull
January 15, 2023
The best meeting rooms in Shoreditch
Old coffee stains. Uncomfortable chairs. Less than flattering overhead lights and a monitor that might just work (if you’re lucky). Gone are the days of grey, boring and stuffy meeting rooms.
These meeting rooms are newer, they’re bolder and they’re certainly more inspiring and innovative spaces than they used to be.
Whether you’re looking for a space to host a workshop, a meeting room for a training session (or two) or just somewhere to go over your presentation with your co-workers, we’ve rounded up some of the best meeting rooms in Shoreditch. Perfect for creative brainstorming, practice runs, and intense deliberating.
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1. A Shoreditch meeting room that has it all: Proper Office
Cosy sofas? Check. A stocked kitchen? Check. Booths? Check. Shower rooms? Check. Ping pong tables? Check.
With its plush cushions and fully-stocked kitchen, this 40-person Shoreditch meeting room has everything you need to get your creative juices flowing. Sit by the sofas at Proper Office’s Cafe Venue for a casual chat about your next project, move to the booths for a concentrated session and play a board game or some ping pong when it’s all done.
As this meeting space is on Rivington Street, it’s a short walk away from Old Street and Liverpool Street Station. Your workshops, presentations, training sessions, and meetings just got a whole lot easier.
2. The perfect Shoreditch meeting room for company-wide meetings: Chambers, The Court House Hotel
Looking for an extra-large meeting room? The Chambers might be the best meeting room for you.
With a capacity that fits 800 guests, this meeting room is an ideal venue for conferences, company-wide meetings, workshops, and any other company events you might have.
The monochrome colour scheme is stylish and functional, and what’s more, the large pull-down projection screen, whiteboard, stage, and breakout spaces make it easier to present to and engage your audience.
What you see is what you get with The Chambers, and that’s perfect when you want something that does its job well and looks good.
If you ever need a large meeting room, now you know where to go.
3. A motivating Shoreditch meeting room to put some pep in your step: The Superculture Room
Like a refreshing glass of orange juice in the morning, this vibrant meeting room is the ideal place to get inspired and spark your creativity.
Whether you need a place for presentations, creative brainstorming, or team workshops, the large monitor and windows, and circular tables mean that you’ll be able to work with up to 40 of your teammates easily. After all, the best ideas do come from group huddles.
Don’t worry about getting bored – the bright orange colour is just what you need to get motivated. You’d be surprised just how much difference a lick of paint can make to a team meeting.
4. An inspiring Shoreditch meeting room: Mortar, Workspace Brickfields
Workspace Brickfields is your quintessential modern-day meeting space. Large windows, open spaces, a café, inspirational neon signs, and chairs that are just colourful enough to make you forget that you’re doing work.
Their Mortar meeting room is modern, bright (thanks to the windows) and seats up to 12 people – great for an impromptu team meeting.
It’s spacious so it won’t get stuffy and it’s private, which means disruption-free meetings. If you do need to present they have an LED screen just for that.
It’s not often you get a meeting room that has everything you need within reach, so we won’t be surprised if you rush to hire this. Just remember to take some breaks, okay?
5. A Shoreditch meeting room that has style and substance: Blooming Founders
With pristine white walls, geometric wall art, colourful cushions and enough plants to rival any #plantparent influencer, you wouldn’t be wrong for thinking this is a showroom. It’s not – it’s actually a meeting space.
Blooming Founders are all about community, especially supporting female founders and women in business. They host conferences, and workshops and offer a network to support all women in business whether you’re a freelancer, founder or investor.
Their 50-person meeting room is an ideal place to share business ideas, meet up with co-workers, and really pull your projects together.
As the whole venue is available for hire, we guess the only thing left to ask is when’s the next meeting?
6. A simple but efficient Shoreditch meeting room: The Boardroom, Techspace
The Boardroom personifies the less is more mantra. The well-lit meeting room has a long wooden table surrounded by comfortable chairs and is ideal for workshops and team meetings.
Fully air-conditioned and with a capacity to seat 13 people, the room also has a TV/projector, audio equipment, whiteboards and access to 1Gbps internet speeds.
If you want a cup of coffee or tea between your session, there’s a kitchen area. And if there are any issues at all, the community team are on hand and waiting to help.
7. The best Shoreditch meeting room for small meetings: Small Committee Room, Shoreditch Town Hall
Shoreditch Town Hall is not without its own bit of history. The former music hall, boxing venue and now home to performances, workshops, screenings, meetings and conferences is one of the most versatile venues in Shoreditch.
In the Grade II listed building, you’ll find a host of rooms to suit your next team meeting, huddle and presentation. One of them, being the fittingly-named Small Committee Room.
With pistachio walls, purple carpeted floors, large windows and a high ceiling, the 16-person meeting room is small but spacious enough to adapt the room to your needs.
You can find this meeting room, and Shoreditch Town Hall, on Old Street.
8. A bright meeting room in Shoreditch: Meeting Room One, TOG - Albert House
You could say that the best ideas come from the best meeting rooms – which makes Meeting Room One at The Office Group’s Albert House an ideal option for your next meeting.
Take in the blue geometric wall, TV, central table and overhead lights but more importantly, the meeting room’s roof windows that offer a bright meeting room for you to meet, prep, and plan.
Just minutes from Old Street station, the meeting room has seating for up to 12 team members. Now there’s a bright idea.
9. A meeting room in Shoreditch for your next presentation: Meeting Room 8 and 9, TOG - 256-260 Old Street
For corporate events on a larger scale, take a look at Meeting Rooms 8 and 9 at The Office Group's Old Street location. Seating up to 60 people, the spacious rooms are a convenient (and conveniently-located) solution for anyone wanting a change of pace or a bigger space.
From presentations, and workshops to training days, these meeting rooms are easy to adapt to your needs, and come with everything you’d need and expect (a projector, whiteboard and flipchart anyone?). What’s more, it’s just a few minutes away from Old Street Station. A no-brainer if you ask us.
10. A convenientally-located Shoredtich meeting room: Meeting Room 1 & 2, TOG - 81 Rivington Street
Midday meetings call for post-meeting lunches and where better than in the centre of Shoreditch. Nestled on Rivington Street is where you’ll find The Office Group's 32-person meeting rooms, Meeting Room 1 & 2.
Get through your meeting with ease with all the essentials on deck (think TV, whiteboard and refreshment options) and when that’s done, you’re in luck, choose from any one of Shoreditch’s culinary gems.
You can find these meeting rooms just a short walk from Shoreditch High Street Station.
More of the best meeting rooms in Shoreditch
Shoreditch has no shortage of beautiful meeting spaces 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 Shoreditch 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 Shoreditch venues respond to your enquiry.
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Shoreditch Town Hall - Small Committee Room
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TT Liquor - Cocktail Making Class
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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. Shoreditch has a real variety of creative 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 Shoreditch, 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 – Colour Hoxton’s The Superculture 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, a boardroom-style table, and sleek audiovisuals to clinch the presentation. Luckily there is not a lack of traditional style meeting rooms. The Office Group – Albert House, for example, offer bespoke Shoreditch meeting rooms 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 Shoreditch. For those who have clients coming in from out of town or elsewhere in London, you’ll want to try and make sure the meeting room is located near the relevant train station. Luckily, Shoreditch High Street, Old Street and Liverpool Street Station offer a range of transport links.
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 Shoreditch meeting room. 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 Shoreditch meeting:
Looking for an affordable space? Cheap meeting rooms in Shoreditch 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 Shoreditch 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. 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 balance.
For meeting rooms in Shoreditch, you're spoilt for choice. Here are a few extra special ones that we vouch for:
Proper Office – A comfortable meeting space that has everything you'll need for a productive (and fun) meeting.
The Superculture Room – Add a motivating touch to your agenda in this bright space.
A Shoreditch 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 Shoreditch 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 Shoreditch and let you enjoy your free time. Easy.