We’re rounded up some of our favourite spots for big and small groups to meet
Best for Boardroom meetings in a modern and creative environment
We like the Boardroom in the Frobisher Suite
for meetings of 20 and under. Why? Because of its natural daylight, 80-inch LCD screen, webcam, and USB charging facilities. The art on the walls is a nice touch too.
Best for Its prime location that’s easy for everyone to get to
This one is right opposite Liverpool Street station for those coming from across town and further afield. Although mainly geared towards large exhibitions and events, the venue can also host meetings for those after a more intimate setting.
Best for Big meetings with a touch of glamour (yes, that’s a thing)
Conferences can be held in the Grade II-listed art-deco space, complete with a grand staircase, and the Counting Room. High-end glitz is the order of the day, and there’s an in-house production and AV team to ensure events go smoothly.
Best for Impressing trendy clients
Guests will enter the two-floor club by way of a speedy penthouse lift. Inside there are five meeting rooms; with dark wood and moody lighting they still manage to be light and bright
Best for Hitting the informal/formal balance
This D&D London
hotel sits between the City
and Shoreditch and bridges the gap between the two areas with both hip and stylish rooms. Named after iconic fictional spies, each room is cool enough that you could imagine James Bond in a meeting here.