London has a lot of great venues on offer, and if in particular you are looking for one that features an atrium for your next event, then take a look at the following selection.
The first thing you notice upon entering Gilgamesh London is the stunningly ornate interior, with a rich, sumptuous style that allows it to cater to a wide range of different events, from weddings to bar mitzvahs, and business meetings to drinks receptions – there’s even a marriage licence in place. No matter the occasion, the in-house events planners will work alongside you to create an entirely bespoke event, tailored towards meeting your own vision, be it for as few as 20 guests or as many as 500. With Camden Road and Camden Town stations both just 10 minutes away on foot, it’s also easily reached from throughout London.
The Conservatory certainly offers one of London’s most unique settings, being something of a tropical oasis right in the heart of the city. This hidden gem features more than 2000 species of tropical plants and trees and various exotic fish, with the glass roof ensuring that plenty of natural light can fill the space. Well worth considering if you want your next event to make a lasting impression, The Conservatory received significant investment in 2013 to make it better than ever by adding a staircase to the Terrace and opening up the spaces to new uses.
One New Ludgate is a newly opened venue that specialises in corporate events. The space is comprised of a number of vast, vacant and ultra-modern floors which overlook London’s renowned skyline, not to mention the truly stunning St Paul’s Cathedral. It really does make for a striking backdrop that will bring the wow factor and no doubt be a major talking point during the event. Close to the river and within comfortable walking distance from transport links including Blackfriars, City Thameslink and Chancery Lane, this is a very well situated venue.
The Imperial War Museum London is an architecturally fascinating and visually striking building that is, in fact, Grade II listed, meaning it has cultural and historical value. Alongside the spacious main Atrium are spaces including a cinema, a private dining room, meeting rooms, break out spaces, a conference room and a roof terrace, making this a very flexible venue that can suit a whole range of uses. With a maximum capacity of 800 and good local transport links including Waterloo and Lambeth North, IWM London is indeed a very practical choice.