How to choose the best London conference rooms


Choosing the best conference rooms in London can make or break your event. London is bustling with venues perfect for conferences of all shapes and sizes whether you’re hosting an event for 50 or 200 guests.

There are plenty of things to think about when picking your conference venue. To help you out, we’ve highlighted the top 3 things you should consider first and foremost when choosing your conference room in London.

1. Set and stick to your budget

Ultimately, picking a venue that fits your budget is crucial. Venue pricing varies according to the size of the event space, number of guests, technology, amenities and location. Having an idea of your budget prior to going into the venue search will help you stay on track and stay clear of venues that aren’t feasible.

Venues can be charged at different rates, most often a flat rate or priced per head. A flat fee may be per half day or per full day, whereas the price per head may be for the duration of the conference, which is often more suitable for conferences that run over a few days. Check for any additional costs such as refreshments and use of AV equipment which may require more of your budget.

2. Scout the perfect London location

Location in London is essential. Your conference room should be accessible for all of your attendees, whether they’re travelling from near or far. Picking a central location will help to maximise the number of guests who attend your conference. Public transport links in London are abundant. Make sure you pick a venue that guests can travel to by car, bus, train or the Underground throughout the day.

In London, there are plenty of restaurants and bars that are ideal for networking opportunities after your conference is over. If your conference lasts more than a day, you should share details of local accommodation for those wanting to stay near the conference venue.

3. Decide which facilities you need

Your conference room of choice should offer all of the amenities you need for your event. This might include audio and visual equipment, high-speed wifi, lighting, catering, kitchen facilities, and wheelchair access.

Your venue may provide in-house catering or you may have to arrange an external caterer. Be sure to check the layout of the conference room and if you need extra seating, tables or equipment. Being mindful of your requirements and agenda for the day will make sure you choose a conference room that has everything you and your guests need for a successful event.

London conference rooms

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At the Breyer Group Stadium, we offer conference rooms that can accommodate over 200 people. Our competitive conference room hire and DDR rates, along with bespoke catering packages, can suit your budget and event requirements perfectly.

Our 1881 Suite is extremely versatile and can be scaled up or down to make the room the ideal space for your event. Boasting a maximum capacity of 300 guests, you can host an engaging conference and delight your guests with the directors’ balcony and views of the legendary pitch.

Click to enquire about conference room hire or give our team a call on 020 8926 1006.