Just because you’re planning a large corporate event, doesn’t mean you have to opt for a tired old office block in which to hold it. There are lots of fantastic alternatives out there, so why not take a look at the following selection and see what catches your eye.
Yes, you really can host your corporate event at the Kensington Palace. Surely one of the country’s most iconic venues, choosing to host your event here is sure to make both a bold statement and a lasting impression on all those who attend. There are a variety of different spaces you can utilise, all of which are as stunning as you would expect, and the quality of service throughout is that extra all-important flourish that will really help your occasion stand out.
The London Stadium (formerly the Olympic Stadium) is found in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London, with the nearest rail links to the rest of the city including Stratford, Pudding Mill Lane and Hackney Wick. The venue offers contemporary facilities, with bold and stylish design throughout, including patterned floors and colourful seating, whilst large windows let in lots of natural light for a bright and airy feel. Having a generous capacity, it’s particularly well suited to larger-scale gatherings.
Allianz Park can accommodate both small and large corporate meetings alike, with a host of different conference suites with capacities that range anywhere between 10 and 1200. All of them come with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment and benefit from good levels of natural daylight, and air conditioning for maximum comfort. Mill Hill East and Hendon Central are amongst the nearest transport links. Competitive rates are available, so do get in touch with the resident events team to enquire further.
Found right opposite Euston station, The Light is the largest venue of its kind in the Euston and King’s Cross area, able to comfortably accommodate as many as 1000 delegates for a conference. The layout can be adapted to suit your event’s particular needs however, with theatre, cabaret, banquet and exhibition seating styles available. Customisable packages make it easier to get a deal that works best for you, so it’s another venue worth enquiring about if you are interested.
If you want to bring an instant sense of drama and old-school yet timeless beauty to your event, 1901 Ballroom is definitely one to consider. The wonderful stained-glass dome was preserved throughout both World Wars, and it is certainly one of the venue’s most unique and impressive features, though the decadence of the whole space is sure to delight. The total capacity allows for up to 250 guests to attend, and the nearest transport links include Liverpool Street, Moorgate and Shoreditch High Street.
Contemporary features cleverly compliment the striking 18th century architecture at LSO St Luke’s, a Grade I listed historic building. Natural light floods through the original windows, highlighting the fantastic brick walls and showing off the vast, open space in all its splendour. The main space, The Jerwood Hall, can accommodate up to 450 guests, and there are tailor-made lighting packages and in-house technical facilities also available should you require them.