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Written by Luke Bull - 07 November 2023

The 13 best Soho meeting rooms

The cheers, laughter and drawn-in breaths from theatre-goers. The faint sound of jazz from Ronnie Scott’s. The winding stairs of Liberty. The cobbled streets and hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

Soho is the place to entertain and be entertained. Take yourself to a show, stop by a restaurant and squeeze in a spot of shopping. So, where else but here to find yourself a meeting room? Not the most exciting stuff but hopefully some of that creativity will rub off on you.

After all, as Will once said, “All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players”. Time to play the role of someone who’s finally found their perfect meeting room.

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1. A Soho meeting room that is suitable for all different kinds of business meetings: Century Club

Soho, London

Century Club is spread across 24,000 square feet just minutes from Piccadilly Circus.

Discover their distinguished meeting spaces, including The Broadwick (10 guests), The Shaftesbury (14 guests), The Compton (10 guests), and the larger space, The Wardour (22 guests). These meeting rooms are stylish and sophisticated, whilst formal enough to talk about the important stuff.

All are tastefully decorated, with a mix of old-world charm and feature air conditioning, plasma screens, and audio equipment.

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2. A stylishly simple Soho meeting room: Alto, Huckletree Soho

Soho, London

White walls. Muted red chairs. A long wooden table. A lone plant. The Alto meeting room at Huckletree Soho is your quintessential modern meeting room.

Proving that functional doesn’t always have to mean boring, this meeting room is simply stylish.

With space for up to 8 people, a screen, a microphone, plus tea and coffee, you’ll be ready for all the Zoom meetings, Microsoft Team meetings, Slack video calls and IRL catch-ups.

It’s clean, it’s simple (word to Hikaru Utada), and it’s a meeting room that does exactly what you’d expect a meeting room to do.

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3. A groovy Soho meeting room: Nicols, Hotel Café Royal

Soho, London

The meeting room equivalent of a Wes Anderson film – that’s how we’d sum up, Hotel Café Royal’s Nicols meeting room. Just a stone’s throw away from Piccadilly Circus station, the meeting room is a vibrant and dare we say, pretty groovy place.

With rich oak panels, mustard curtains, a tomato red carpet and circular overhead lighting, this meeting room delivers on the location, style and function front, making it a good option for both clients and team members.

As this meeting room has space for up to 20 people, that’s more than enough space for boardroom and presentation-style seating. Versatile and stylish – win-win.

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4. A Soho meeting room for impromptu team meetings: Soho Square Meeting Room, Thirty-Six Soho Square

Soho, London

Team meetings are like happy hour. Where there’s a day in the week, there will be a team meeting scheduled somewhere in the world.

For impromptu meetings, Thirty-Six Soho Square’s Soho Square Meeting Room offers a pretty simple solution. If you find yourself near Tottenham Court Road station, walk by…you guessed it, Soho Square and you’ll find Thirty Six Soho Square.

With its small round table and space for up to 8 team members, this is one for smaller teams. Get down to business with the meeting room’s whiteboard and television, as well as free WiFi and access to a kitchen space (should you get the mid-meeting munchies).

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5. A Soho meeting room that doesn’t look like one: The Library, Quo Vadis

Soho, London

While this isn’t technically a meeting room, let’s just say that a meeting room is wherever you (and your team) are.

On the second floor of the restaurant and private dining space, Quo Vadis, you’ll find The Library.

With red leather seats, a small round table, a few stacked bookshelves and room for up to 9 seated guests, it looks like a small meeting is on the agenda.

Get set up with their large screen and AV equipment for any presentations you’ll need to walk through, and when all’s said and done, stay for a quick dinner or lunch. After all, it’s only right.

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6. A big name meeting room in Soho: Landmark Cavendish Square

Soho, London

Landmark has endeared the country's business elite with its high-spec meeting rooms. This Soho/Marylebone 30-seater meeting space has all the facilities you would expect from a top-tier meeting room. Light-letting windows halt any fears of claustrophobia, whilst a projector screen at the head of the table ensures you'll clinch any big presentation.

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7. A Soho meeting room for productive brainstorming sessions: Kingly Street

Soho, London

Productive brainstorming sessions call for comfortable spaces. Sit down, cross your legs, get up, walk around, think on it, talk it out and work through until you find a plan that might just work. Then ding - a lightbulb moment that makes the past hour or so worth it.

Kingly Street’s townhouse offers up the space to do just that. From the large boardroom table, comfy chairs to the TV and fridge freezer, this meeting room is more home than boardroom (maybe what’s needed to get your best ideas).

With room for up to 20 people, head to this meeting space for team-wide brainstorms.

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8. A Soho room to meet, make decisions and dine: Playroom, 100 Wardour Street

Soho, London

For a meeting and dinner, head to the decidedly stylish 100 Wardour Street. With a dining table, an adaptable billiard table (that also turns into a dining table), and a TV screen, go from day to evening in the blink of an eye (and some important business decisions).

The semi-private dining room features a stacked bookshelf, a patterned accent wall and a billiard table that’s ideal for meeting, dining and playing.

When it’s all done, close the curtains for a little privacy, and settle down for dinner with up to 12 guests. Dishes like the veggie-friendly aubergine Thai green curry, curried cauliflower soup and creamed spinach and garlic are on the menu.

For a workshop or training session, this room accommodates up to 40 standing guests.

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9. A Soho meeting room for small team meetings: The Library, Club 16

Soho, London

Inside the Soho members’ club and self-described ‘townhouse of talent’, you’ll find The Library. As one of three spaces in Club 16, this meeting room is available to members and non-members.

With a table that seats up to 6, an HD TV (Apple if you were curious), free WiFi, as well as on-site tech support, planning, preparing, studying and decision-making, should be a breeze.

Much like a study, you’d expect to see in a film, The Library comes fully decked out with its own impressive bookshelf and ornaments. Drinks are also available from the bar and concierge.

The Library, and Club 16, are on Carlisle Street.

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10. A cosy meeting room in Soho: The Drawing Room, Ham Yard Hotel

Soho, London

Great ideas need beautiful spaces. Luckily, Soho’s Ham Yard Hotel are on hand to offer a few of those – one being their cosy and homely The Drawing Room space.

Terracotta walls, impressive art, fully-stacked bookshelves, patterned armchairs and sofas, artsy chandeliers and an inviting fireplace welcome guests (up to 50) into the space.

Right by the hotel restaurant, this room is ideal for meetings, workshops and networking events. It comes fully air-conditioned, with WiFi and all the essentials you’ll need for a successful meeting.

You’ll find this meeting room just a few minutes walk from Piccadilly Circus station.

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11. A classic Soho meeting room: Indigo Room, The Soho Hotel

Soho, London

In true Soho fashion, The Soho Hotel’s Indigo Room offers an exciting alternative to the run-of-the-mill meeting room.

Designed by prolific interior designer Kit Kemp, this space is a vision of mixed patterns, colour blocking and of course, art, which takes centre stage. Across the pastel blue walls and pillars, find buildings, prints and a standout Baroque painting that add to the sense of creativity.

From presentations and workshops to meetings and dinners, Indigo Room is an adaptable space that can also be connected to the Sandra Blow room for an event with up to 100 guests.

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12. A Soho meeting room for getting stuff done: The Writers Room, Union Club

Soho, London

Located on Soho’s iconic Greek Street is the longstanding members club The Union Club. Home to members in the arts and media sphere, you’ll find meeting and events spaces across the four floors of this listed converted townhouse. One of those is The Writers Room.

With comfy sofas, large windows overlooking the street, a simple table that seats up to 6, and a TV plus WiFi, it’s a good choice for getting straight to business. Whether that’s a team meeting or presentation run-through, that’s your call.

To find The Union Club, look for the red building on Greek Street.

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13. A meeting room near Soho for deliberating: Marcus Beck Library, 1 Wimpole Street

Soho, London

At 1 Wimpole Street, the home of the Royal Society of Medicine, you’ll find the Marcus Beck Library. Named after the British surgeon, this historic room was once the Medical Research Council’s research lab, and now, serves as a meeting room.

Surrounded by the Royal Society of Medicine’s rare medical books, perhaps the most striking feature of the room is the horseshoe-shaped table, giving up to 30 guests a view of important presentations, meetings and conference calls.

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How to hire a meeting room in Soho

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 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 Soho.

There are several factors that can make a meeting room in Soho good, including:

Location: A meeting room in Soho that is centrally located and easily accessible by public transport can be ideal. It should be situated in a place where attendees can arrive on time and with ease.

Facilities and amenities: Good meeting rooms should have basic facilities like Internet access, power outlets, and comfortable seating arrangements. The room should also have amenities such as a projector, whiteboard, flipchart, or sound system to facilitate the meeting. Other add-ons can include complimentary snacks, tea and coffee, and catering services.

Size and layout: A good meeting room should have ample space to accommodate the attendees comfortably. The layout of the room should be appropriate for the type of meeting being held, whether it's a boardroom style, a classroom style, or a theatre-style set-up.

Lighting and acoustics: The room should have good lighting and acoustics, so attendees can see and hear presentations clearly.

Cleanliness and maintenance: A good meeting room should be clean, well-maintained, and properly ventilated. It should also be free of distractions such as noise and temperature fluctuations.

Customer service and support: A good meeting room provider should have a helpful staff that is available to support your needs and assist you during your meeting.

By considering these factors, you can choose a meeting room in Soho that meets your needs and provides a productive environment for your meeting.

Frequently asked questions

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

The Drawing Room, Ham Yard Hotel – Get inspired in this stylishly vintage meeting room.

Soho Square Meeting Room, Thirty-Six Soho Square – For small groups, this meeting room is a great choice.

A Soho 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 Soho 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 Soho and let you enjoy your free time. Easy.

The amenities included in a meeting room depend on the provider. Some common amenities include free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, projectors, whiteboards, flipcharts, pens, paper, and a TV screen.

Most meeting rooms allow you to bring your own equipment. However, it's important to confirm with the provider before the booking to ensure that the equipment you're bringing is compatible with the room.

Most providers have a cancellation or rescheduling policy. It's important to review the policy before booking to avoid any additional fees or charges.

Some meeting room providers offer catering services, while others do not. It’s best to confirm with the provider if they offer such services or if you’re allowed to bring your own food and drinks.

It's recommended to book a meeting room in Soho as early as possible to ensure availability, especially for larger rooms or during peak seasons. It's generally advised to book at least a week in advance.

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