Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the Grade II-listed BMA House is built in the grounds of Charles Dickens’ home and has served as the base for the British Medical Association since 1925. Well placed for King’s Cross and the Eurostar at St Pancras International, the venue has 23 elegant rooms available for weddings, banqueting, parties and meetings. The largest room is the majestic Great Hall, with state-of-the-art AV facilities and space for 300 delegates or 320 reception guests. Smaller rooms include the Garden Room and the Prince’s Room, which are both attractive reception spaces. A peaceful garden, brimming with botanical plants, and the suitably grand courtyard add further appeal.
|John Snow Room||100||100||160|
|The Sir James Paget Room||150||120||160|
|Lister Fleming Suite||45||-||70|
|Murrell Barnes Suite||95||-||100|
|Anderson Barnes Suite||70||-||40|
|Elizabeth Garett Anderson||20||-||-|
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