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Conference rooms London

Not only are they good for meetings and presentations, but large conference rooms also make great performance rehearsal spaces, while small conference rooms make ideal interview locations. Conference rooms are popular venues to hire for filming, commercial photo shoots and live events with audiences. Whether you need a luxurious conference space conveniently located in central London, or a budget-friendly space with basic amenities, Tutti has got you covered with an extensive range of London conference rooms for hire.

Explore 25+ conference rooms in London
Society of Antiquaries of London
The Council Room
The Conference Suite
From
£184
per half-day
Society of Antiquaries of London
The Meeting Room
The Conference Suite
From
£300
per half-day
Regent Suite
Hallam Conference Centre
Price on request
Council chamber
Hallam Conference Centre
Price on request
Baker Suite
Hallam Conference Centre
Price on request
Euston Suite
Hallam Conference Centre
Price on request
Hallam Cafe
Hallam Conference Centre
Price on request
Oxford Suite
Hallam Conference Centre
Price on request
Ludgate Suite
America Square
Price on request

Why hire a conference room in London?

London conference rooms come in various sizes, from a 250 capacity room at the Hallam Conference Centre, a beautiful Grade II listed building in Westminister to an intimate meeting room for 10 people at Exhibition House in Kensington. 


There are plenty of conference rooms located centrally in zones 1-3 and offer great public transport options, especially if you have people travelling from different parts of the city or even internationally.


Many conference room providers offer additional services for hassle-free organisation. This could include catering, administrative support, and technical assistance to help make your event or photo/video shoot run smoothly so you can focus on what you do best. Conference room hire often also includes the use of desks and chairs, TVs for presentations and audio equipment so you don’t need to worry about renting your own.


Checklist for hiring a conference room

Define your requirements

Before you can start searching London conference rooms for hire you need to understand precisely what you’re looking for. That means determining your purpose and your preferred date and time and hire duration. If you’re hosting an event you’ll also need to estimate the number of attendees so you can ensure the venue can comfortably accommodate that number. 


Establish your budget

There are a number of affordable conference rooms to rent in London for those on a small budget. When setting your budget it’s important to build a comprehensive list that includes catering, decorations, and entertainment if you are hosting an event, or equipment rental and crew hire for a photo/video shoot.


Choose your location

Consider where your attendees or team will be travelling from and then try and find a convenient local venue. If you can’t hire locally then check for good public transport links. Each Tutti listing page provides you with a map and the nearest bus stops and underground stations to the venue. 


Check availability

We recommend booking as early as possible. Popular conference rooms in central London may be booked out months in advance for corporate events, so the more flexible you can be on hire dates the more options you’ll have. 


Check facilities and amenities

Verify that the venue has everything you need to make your event or shoot comfortable for everyone and ensure it runs smoothly. Common amenities include restrooms, Wi-Fi, audio-visual equipment, power outlets, as well as tables, chairs, and other necessary furniture.


Choose your catering options

If you’re hosting an event, some venues only offer catering supplied in-house, so if you would prefer to source your own food from an external supplier then message the host first to check whether the venue will allow you to do this.


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best areas in London for hiring conference rooms?

The City of London, Westminster, and Canary Wharf are the central business districts with modern facilities suitable for corporate events, while Covent Garden and Kensington provide a mix of historic charm and cultural venues. Mayfair is a popular location for high-profile events, while Shoreditch and South Bank are known as creative hubs and offer unique venues. Islington and Greenwich have plenty of green spaces and provide a more relaxed and scenic setting.

Can I rent a conference room for a half-day or on an hourly basis?

Many conference venues offer flexible rental options, including half-day or hourly rates. This can be cost-effective if you only need the space for a short amount of time.

What amenities are typically included when renting a London conference room?

Conference rooms often include standard amenities such as audio-visual equipment, projectors, screens, high-speed internet, whiteboards, and flip charts. Some venues may also offer additional services like catering and technical support.

Is there parking available at the conference venue?

You can inquire with the host about parking options near the venue. If parking at the venue is limited, consider letting people know about alternative transport options or nearby parking facilities.

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