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Conferences and Meeting, Bounce, Farringdon - The Home of Ping Pong 23 from £59
per delegate

Conferences and Meeting, Bounce, Farringdon - The Home of Ping Pong

Looking for a quirky meeting venue to hire in London? Look no further than Bounce in Camden as a unique meeting room!

It is the outrageous fun of Ping Pong, combined with state of the art f...

London, EC1N
28 – 500 Guests
Classic Conference Room 2, Meet in Place from £68
per hour

Classic Conference Room 2, Meet in Place

Meet in Place has an ideal private meeting Space to hire in London.

A classic boardroom for the perfect meeting experience. Suitable for 3 to 10 people. This Space is ideal for interviews, i...

London , EC4R
10 Guests
The Library, The Trampery Old Street from £850
per day

The Library, The Trampery Old Street

The Library is ideal for workshops, larger board meetings and presentations. With plenty of natural daylight and an eclectic mix of vintage furniture the room lends itself to innovation workshops ...

London, EC1V
20 – 40 Guests
Executive Boardroom, St James' Court, A Taj Hotel 2 from £850
per day

Executive Boardroom, St James' Court, A Taj Hotel

Hire the Executive Boardroom at St James' Court, A Taj Hotel for your next meeting room hire in Westminster.

The Executive Boardroom is a delightful meeting room to hire with a fitted oak b...

London, SW1E
18 Guests
Conference Space, LABS Holborn 9 from £2,500
per day

Conference Space, LABS Holborn

The conference space at Hogarth house is fully equipped with tech, whiteboards and facilities to seat up to 70 people theatre style. Clients have use of 3 x 70" plasma screens, projector and screen...

London, WC1V
30 – 100 Guests
Boardroom 2, One Alfred Place 2 from £600
per day

Boardroom 2, One Alfred Place

Hire Boardroom 2 at One Alfred Place in the heart of central London. This meeting room at this venue has everything you need for a business event.

Welcome to One Alfred Place, a better way t...

Fitzrovia, WC1E
16 Guests
The Engine, Runway East Moorgate 18 from £800
per day

The Engine, Runway East Moorgate

Need a small conference venue to hire in East London? Welcome to the Engine room at Runway East

'The Engine' is the main event space at Runway East.

It's perfect for conferences and eve...

London, EC2A
30 – 200 Guests
Great Hall, Saddler's Hall 6 from £1,400
per day

Great Hall, Saddler's Hall

With a series of elegant interconnecting rooms filled with warmth and natural light, Saddlers’ Hall is a perfect place for various celebrations. Amongst the remarkable features of the Great Hall is...

London, EC2V
80 – 250 Guests
Meeting Room 4, TOG,  Liverpool Street 7 from £120
per hour

Meeting Room 4, TOG, Liverpool Street

Book Meeting Room 4 at The Office Group by Liverpool Street Station for your next London meeting room hire.

Meeting Room 4 is a large Space that can accommodate up to 20 delegates around one...

London, EC2M
20 – 35 Guests


Meeting Room 10, TOG, 10 Bloomsbury Way 2 from £90
per hour

Meeting Room 10, TOG, 10 Bloomsbury Way

Book Meeting Room 10 at The Office Group Bloomsbury Way for your next London meeting room hire.

TOG meeting rooms are used for everything from away days, interviews and training courses to ...

London, WC1A
14 Guests
The Great Hall, Barber-Surgeons' Hall 5 from £1,600
per day

The Great Hall, Barber-Surgeons' Hall

Welcome to Barber-Surgeon’s Hall, a beautifully laid out red-brick mansion situated in a tranquil residential square just off London Wall.

The double fronted Hall features a series of interconne...

Wood St, EC2Y
70 – 250 Guests
Library , Asia House 4 from £72
per delegate

Library , Asia House

Hire the Library at Asia House for a truly unique London venue hire, which boasts an architectural history: the bookshelves were designed by Sir John Soane and are the first adjustable shelves ev...

London, W1G
15 – 50 Guests
Lido Room, Work.Life London Fields 9 from £50
per hour

Lido Room, Work.Life London Fields

Tired of the same old boring meeting rooms? Book the Lido Room at Work.Life London Fields for your next London meeting room hire out of the office.

Step into the blue calm of Lido, our six-p...

Hackney, E8
6 Guests


Private Room 3, The May Fair Hotel 1 from £96
per delegate

Private Room 3, The May Fair Hotel

Private Room 3 at The May Fair Hotel is the best option for meeting room or workshop venue hire in London.

Private Suite 3 is individually designed in a signature colour to make the most of...

Mayfair, W1J
20 – 50 Guests
Meeting Room 5, TOG, 91 Wimpole Street 3 from £65
per hour

Meeting Room 5, TOG, 91 Wimpole Street

Book Meeting Room 5 at 91 Wimpole street for your next London meeting room hire.

Meeting Room 5 at The Office Group branch found down 91 Wimpole Street is perfect for your next meeting room ...

London, W1G
8 Guests
Meeting Room 2, TOG, 81 Rivington Street 1 from £65
per hour

Meeting Room 2, TOG, 81 Rivington Street

Book Meeting Room 2 at The Office Group at 81 Rivington Street for your next London meeting room hire.

Our meeting rooms are used for everything from away days, interviews and training cours...

London, EC2A
6 – 20 Guests

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We’re all about uncovering unique, creative and inspiring Spaces. We know that where you work can impact how productive, innovative and original you are. So, why not shake things up and take your meeting out of the office? We’ve gathered hundreds of extraordinary London meeting rooms to get you inspired. Whether you’re hosting a training session, conference call or just want a change of scene, we’ve got a venue for you. From classic boardrooms to quirky meeting rooms we’ve gathered Spaces with the highest quality AV services, excellent catering and outstanding hosts.

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Gone are the days of soulless meeting rooms! Exciting surroundings are a catalyst for brilliant results. Host your next meeting on a boat on the Thames, at a gallery in Soho or in a penthouse suite with panoramic views of the City and wave goodbye to boring meetings. With HeadBox, you can search, book and pay for your London meeting room all in one place.

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Top things to consider when planning your next meeting in London.

Planning a meeting can be stressful. You’ve got lots of different team members’ diaries to contend with as well as making sure that the meeting is as productive as possible. Luckily for you, we know a thing or two about planning a meeting, so we’ve put together a list of all the things you need to consider to get you started. From the venue to minute taking and everything in between, we have got you covered. Welcome to the pocket guide to meeting planning!

Pick a date

Before you can start looking for the perfect spot to host your meeting you need to secure the date in the diary with your potential attendees. Hold the date with all the invited attendees by sending out calendar invites to everyone and letting them know the time and date of the scheduled meeting. If you have any changes in Guest numbers throughout your meeting planning process then make sure you let the venue know as soon as possible so they can make any necessary changes.

Location, Location, Location

Now that you’ve got a hold on a date that suits all your important attendees, it’s time to find a venue that best fits the brief! First and foremost when planning a meeting you need to consider where the event will be held. If it's a brainstorming session with your team and you just need a change of scenery then you probably will want somewhere within walking distance of your office. Look for somewhere quirky and comfortable to help get the creative juices flowing. Check out some of our brilliant brainstorming Spaces for inspiration.

If you are meeting important clients you want somewhere that's ideally half way between both HQ's (or slightly closer to theirs if you're really trying to impress). Luckily enough London is swimming with meeting rooms so finding one in the right spot shouldn't be too much of a task. Once you’ve found the perfect Space and your chosen date is confirmed with the venue, we recommend sending around a confirmation email and then a reminder email three days before the event.

Capacity is key

There is nothing worse than a large group of people squeezing into a room that's too small for a long day of brainstorming. You want the room to be big, bright and comfortable to help inspire the team. Always book a venue that’s comfortable for the maximum number of attendees, you may have drop outs on the day but having more room is much better than not enough!

Facilities Checklist

Make sure you are fully aware of all the facilities the meeting attendees might need. Is there anyone who may need lift or disabled access, for example? Speak to the team at the venue about anything you’ll need them to arrange; they are always happy to help but some may need more notice than others to adjust the Space for your needs. You don't want to get to the day of your meeting and realise that a necessity isn't available so make sure you think ahead and communicate with the venue.

Think about your equipment

What equipment will you need for this meeting? A lot of meeting rooms will have some form of AV equipment available but make sure you work out exactly what is on offer and whether it is included into the room hire or minimum spend so you don’t incur unexpected charges. We always recommend testing the tech equipment before the event so you know how to set everything up on the day. That way you don’t need to keep the attendees waiting to start while you scramble for the correct adaptor for your laptop! Remember, the team at the venue are on hand to help, so be sure to check anything with them for peace of mind. Another helpful tip is to always bring two of everything you may need to connect your laptop to a screen or projector. There’s nothing worse than having to make a quick dash to the nearest computer shop to buy replacements on the day. Always best to back up any presentations on a USB or email too - just to be safe.

Don't forgot those T&C's

Be sure that you and all your guests are clear on the venue's rules and regulations when it comes to hiring meeting rooms. Some venues may not allow you to cover the walls with all your creative mind maps so maybe find somewhere that has large whiteboards where you can scribble to your hearts content.

Another common rule is that you will be liable for any damage or loss of equipment at the venue. So if you’re using any of the AV equipment within the Space be careful with it as you don’t want to be left with a hefty fine at the end of the day.

What's on the agenda?

Plan your meeting structure beforehand and make sure you have prepared any necessary documents or presentations you might need. If possible, try to send the meeting breakdown around to other attendees so everyone is on the same page from the beginning. Be sure to answer any questions from attendees beforehand in regards to the structure of the day. If you’re planning on having any guest speakers or presenters at your meeting then make sure you keep them in the loop too!

Once your guestlist is confirmed you should send around an agenda the day before so everyone is up to speed with the proceedings of the day. Making sure everyone is briefed before the meeting will ensure everything runs as smoothly as possible.

Need a break?

If you're planning an all day meeting, a big brainstorming session, or a creative workshop, you want to make sure the venue has some peaceful breakout Spaces for your attendees to visit at certain points during the day. Spaces may include a peaceful garden or terrace where attendees can get some much needed fresh air, or a quirky lounge area for them to sit down and enjoy a much needed coffee break. Often you don’t have to pay extra for access to a breakout area, so make sure you double check this with the team at the venue.

What's on the menu?

It’s always wise to check whether the venue has catering facilities either onsite or nearby at some point your team are going to need a break! Be it light refreshments of tea and coffee or a big lunch to keep them energised for a long afternoon, make sure that there is something nearby and accessible to keep your attendees happy.

Consider how you would like to plan your day. You want to make sure there is an equal amount of time in between your morning and afternoon coffee breaks and your main meal. Check in with your chosen venue to see the variety of catering options they might have available and also try to remember any dietary requirements of attendees. You want to make sure there’s something for everyone, taking into consideration any dietary requirements like allergies or personal preferences.

If the venue you’ve chosen doesn’t have catering options then there are always alternatives! Feedr are an amazing catering service where you can get fresh food delivered straight to your office from London’s best caterers and restaurants. Ordering in some delicious fresh food will add a really nice touch to your meeting and their delivery service means that it’s one less thing for you to worry about organising.

Meeting minutes

Make a note of everything discussed in the meeting so that you can go back over it at a later date and review what was discussed and what tasks need to be actioned. Trying to write down notes throughout the meeting can be tiresome and not always effective. We recommend recording the meeting which will allow you to listen to the discussion as many times as you want. You can then type up bullet point notes from that recording to circulate around to the attendees as a follow up.

We hope this guide makes meeting planning a breeze! If you want some more great meeting advice then check out our blog piece on How to Take Minutes in a Meeting from the amazing team at Tips for Assistants. As always, if you need any event advice then check out our blog here which is full of some great tricks of the trade.

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