Meeting rooms in London can be seriously inspiring – but only if you know where to look. Whether you want to hire a meeting room for an offsite event that’ll get the best out of your team, or you want a venue to impress clients, VenueScanner has your back.
Forget drab, grey, windowless spaces that are soulless and corporate; we’ve got the 5 best meeting rooms in London that are wonderfully unique and inspiring. While each is well equipped for hosting meetings, some also offer team-building moments; others are places where you could happily entertain your team or clients after the day’s work is done. Intrigued? Keep reading for the best and most unique meeting rooms in London to hire.
With big windows and an open-plan layout that can be used for breakout sessions, this loft in Central Shoreditch is an ideal space for a day-long meeting. Complete with parking, a projector and sound system, as well as a large kitchen and on-site catering, this meeting room rental has everything you need and more. The large windows, treehouse-inspired decor and abundance of plants are bound to help your team unleash its creativity.
New Road Hotel
Situated inside the stylish New Road Hotel, you’ll find two dedicated meeting rooms, each equipped with state of the art E-boards, as well as complimentary wifi, stationery and mineral water. A former textile factory, this boutique hotel is conveniently located near Whitechapel, Aldgate East and Shadwell DLR Station. The Kitchen meeting space has skylights to let natural light in and a Smeg fridge stocked with snacks and drinks. If you need to entertain come evening, acclaimed chef Marco Pierre White’s signature restaurant is yours for the hiring.
Looking for a meeting room hire that can also facilitate a spot of team building? Then we have just the place. Cluequest has various briefing areas, as well as a conference room with natural light, a projector and complimentary tea or coffee. But it also boasts immersive escape room games for a spot of team building thrown in. Cluequest enables you to pull together a meeting, conference or team day out unlike any other. Whether you want to book for a half or full-day, the meeting venue can be used in many different ways to suit our needs.
St Pancras By Searcys, The Tasting Room
If you need a meeting room that will wow, then look to The Tasting Room at St. Pancras By Searcys. Located in prime position, above the hustle and bustle of St. Pancras International, the 1920’s Art Deco style restaurant and open-air champagne bar has a private dining area that can is great for both meetings and entertaining. It’s the ideal spot if you have international clients visiting and need to impress.
The Little Yellow Door
If you’re looking for a quirky meeting room rental in London, then The Little Yellow Door is undoubtedly it. The two-floor flat has an open plan kitchen (complete with catering) and living room upstairs with comfy sofas, coffee tables and a long kitchen counter. Downstairs is “The Flatmates Den” – a seriously cosy space complete with DJ booth, bar, fancy dress box and poker table. It’s definitely one of the more unusual spots to have a meeting, but if you’re looking for somewhere to suit a super creative team, then this certainly ticks all the boxes. It may look like a party pad, but it has all the tech you need to host a serious meeting and breakout sessions. Fancy dress optional…
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