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Excel London

Location pin

ExCeL London 1 Western Gateway, London, E16 1XL - 

  • Users

    Up to
    150 guests

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

From large, multi-purpose event halls to state-of-the-art conference facilities and smaller meeting rooms. We are also home to London’s International Convention Centre (ICC London), which includes a fully flexible auditorium, catering & exhibition space and a multitude of meeting rooms, from 10 boardroom to 1,000 theatre style.

Capacity & layout

Dining

Dining

up to 100

Theatre

Theatre

up to 150

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 50

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 80

Classroom

Classroom

up to 75

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Amenities

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Disabled access

Disabled access

Public transport

Public transport

Overnight accommodation

Overnight accommodation

Space rules

Cancellation policy

100% refundable 1 day before the event

Location

Reviews

  • Raluca Laslo

    May 2024

    It was a fantastic experience! We went to the Clinical Pharmacy Congress yesterday and were pleasantly surprised by the beauty of the area. The Royal Victoria Dock footbridge is simply amazing, offering a breathtaking view. I plan to return with my family to explore the area further.

  • Wandering Soul

    April 2024

    I think this is one of the very well organized exhibition halls across the world. The traffic is well managed at the entry and exist points of seamless washrooms are clean, and the exhibitions are superb. We came here for the organics and natural expo. Whatever we were looking for we found much more than that, I highly recommend anyone looking for products to come to Excel and experience the service the ease of coming and going via the metro services. Absolutely amazing.

  • stewart dokhan

    June 2024

    Great exhibition complex. A truly remarkable facility, staff and management. The facility is strategically located in the redeveloped area of the Thames. Stunning scenery and spectacular views.

  • Thomas Hickey

    May 2024

    This convention space is well-connected and spacious, although it could benefit from improved crowd management systems and additional seating areas during busy events. The halls themselves are suitably spacious, but additional routes between them would enhance accessibility. The utilization of the outdoor area by the river is commendable, providing attendees with an opportunity for fresh air and a break from indoor confinement during events.

  • Andy “Warhol’s Favorite” Wig

    May 2024

    This place is massive. Lacks proper signage or mapping. E-tickets I received didn’t say in which hall the event was in so we had to ask security guard who was helpful. There was a huge set of student tests just finishing (?) very overexcited youngsters all leaving at the same time… again not well organised as you would think they’d be ushered to leave by the ‘back’ entrance so those visiting exhibitions could get in or stagger their exit. I’d download a map before going and check where the exhibition is that you are visiting as the place is literally the size of an airport. Coffee and snack areas doted in nooks and crannies along the main concourse. Not a particularly pleasant place to visit, it is what it is… a sort of modern warehouse with ‘B&Q architectural’ aesthetics that holds every type of event. Wheelchair accessible, not for those who dislike very crowded areas or being barraged with electronic information. You can get the Elizabeth line (Abbey Wood branch) to Custom House station from the city centre (fast) or Heathrow and it’s a short walk over a walkway from there (some nice eateries below the station and just before you get to the entrance to ExCel). Photos are of an old warehouse at Custom House, Eateries below the station walkway and Elizabeth line.