If you’re looking for an immersive conference space in Central London, we’ve got you covered. Take a look through our top picks and see what gems are just waiting to be discovered.
This rooftop bar – complete with fantastically stylish and contemporary design throughout – is available exclusively as an early morning space, open for hire from 7:00 – 10:30am, making it ideal for a breakfast meeting. Whether your guests are local Londoners or first time visitors, they are sure to be impressed by the simply stunning perspective of London’s skyline that Radio Rooftop has to offer, with 360-degree views that can really take your breath away. Its great central location means it is at the hub of the city’s action and is well connected via a plethora of local transport links.
Located in the charming neighbourhood of Belgravia, The Hari really has everything you could possibly need right under one roof, being a luxury hotel and flexible event space. With such phenomenal accommodation onsite, it’s a particularly good choice if you have guests traveling from far and wide to attend the conference. The social spaces emanate an effortlessly cool vibe, and the talent of British interior designer, Tara Bernerd, is clear to see throughout, with the attention to detail second to none. There is even an Italian restaurant to round off the experience perfectly.
Edel Assanti is bang on trend, combining the best of a contemporary blank canvas with industrial chic details, including a striking atrium ceiling which serves to flood the space with natural light. There are in fact 2 floors on offer here, with polished concrete flooring throughout, as well as boutique lighting. Downstairs, in addition to a smaller space ideal for more intimate occasions, there is a fully equipped catering kitchen should you wish to organise refreshments for your guests, of whom you can invite up to 175. Nearby transport links include Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street and Oxford Circus.
Mode is certainly a unique offering, taking its design inspiration from the Industrial Revolution and seeking to pay homage to the cultural heritage of Notting Hill in a thematic endeavour they call, ‘Future Vintage’. The immersive quality of the space seeks to make a visit here part of the overall experience, not simply for it to be the backdrop of your event. In terms of usable spaces, there is a cocktail bar and main room, as well as an impressive mezzanine level. Found just off the popular Portobello Road, both Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park stations can be reached in just 5 minutes.
The Lansdowne Club manages to combine the grandeur of the 18th century with the style and appeal of the Art Deco era. This private members club, steeped in history, has several private function rooms to choose from, meaning there are lots of options when it comes to the scale of your gathering. The stunning interiors have made it a popular choice for both private and corporate occasions alike, with the venue having played host to everything from seminars and training courses to weddings and decadent lunches; testament to how adaptable they are. No matter the task at hand however, the setting cannot fail to impress.