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Hop out in the City for venues that are steeped in history and crammed with the latest in conferencing technology

Fretting about how to make your event memorable? How about giving your guests a peek at the Crown Jewels? Each of the seven spaces has a historic USP, while St Thomas’s Tower and Wakefield Tower are ideal for summer drinks, with access to the panoramic Wall Walk.

Backed by Cavendish Conference Venues – always a safe pair of hands – the extensive meeting spaces are divided by the
2,000-year-old London Wall.
The venue offers seven rooms.

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The headquarters of the General Lighthouse Authority has a nautical feel. The five rooms offer spectacular views of Trinity Square, the Tower of London and the Thames, and are dotted with paintings of royalty.

Located in Royal Mint Court, this is a peaceful haven in the City. Dexter House is spread over two floors and features 18 main rooms, nine smaller rooms and breakout spaces, as well as a restaurant, private dining room and two cafés.

Sugar Quay, which opened for the season this month, is the perfect spot for a summer event. Set on a jetty with spectacular views of Tower Bridge, it commands one of the best riverside sites around. The temporary marquee is only available until August, so get in before it’s fully booked.

This article first appeared in Square Meal Venues & Events magazine summer 2010

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