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Events Guide London
London is as iconic as cities get. Red buses, phone boxes, Hackney taxi cabs, the Big Ben - it certainly doesn’t have branding issues. The UK event industry is worth over £40 billion! And London is the driving force behind that. Anything you care to imagine; we can get it done. So it’s a bit of a no brainer. But where to stay? There are 158,956 hotel rooms in London. So how on earth do you choose? That’s where we come in. Use our website to filter to your needs or speak to one of our experts directly.
What type of events can I host in London?London pulled off the Olympics in its stride. And folks, events don’t come bigger than the Olympics. So, whether your next corporate event is intimate, or something more expansive, there’s no limit. The types of events you could host range from meetings, workshops, brainstormings, conferences, product launches, exhibitions, receptions, afterworks, photoshoots, and pop-ups. We like new things. Feel free to surprise us with an event idea we haven’t heard before!
What type of venue?No, this is not a joke. We have the best outdoor events venues in London. Spoiler alert, they are wind and rainproof! Anyone will tell you, play to your strengths. And London’s strength is its fabulous skyline. Take a look for yourself and be inspired! London is an excellent place for a product launch too. Tell us what’s best for your product, and we’ll get the venue. A blank canvas, a blast from the past, understated elegance, imposing architecture, a contemporary feel? If it exists, we’ll find it. You and your guests will surely be hungry after your event. Pick a private dining venue you think they’ll love here. Our experts have found hundreds in London. You could find yourself eating in stately manors, reimagined industrial venues or even in an arched brick vault underneath a railway bridge!
What will it cost?If you look at our website, you might think we’re all about extravagance. But we are sensible too. You always need to think about money. So, don’t be afraid to talk to get to the point and speak to us about cost. Meetings rooms start from £30, including this cool Japanese style venue. Satisfy your interest by checking out the rest of our available meeting rooms in London. Conference venues come in all shapes and sizes. For only £50 you could secure this hip and surprising event venue. Check out the rest of our conference venue collection to see what else is possible!
Public Transport OptionsIsn’t it great when just getting around is part of the adventure? Using the public transport system in London is an experience in itself! The map of the London underground is a work of art in its own right, and the red double-decker bus is the definitive bus if you ask us. Six airports service London, and the airports and National Rail are well-practised at getting people to and from the city. Once you get into the city Transport for London will look after you. You can pay via contactless payment on all transport. Another option would be to get a Visitor Oyster card. This saves you time, and it’s cheaper than buying single tickets or a Day Travelcard. If you like sightseeing while you’re travelling, Transport for London run Ferries down the Thames river. London has a bike-share system, locally known as a Boris Bike. If you fancy a cycle through the streets, they’re easy to rent. You could just as easily flag down a taxi, or as the locals call them, a Hackney Cab. Their distinctive look and hum are national treasures.
Where to host an event?It’s a tale of two cities. There are two types of areas in London: the classics, and the up and comings. Let’s begin with the classics, shall we? Kensington and Chelsea are the epitome of class. And holding an event here, let’s your attendees know it. Holding your event in Soho puts you bang in the middle of London with some of the best food, drink and sights. Now, the upstarts. Shoreditch is a centre for the creative and artistic scene. It’s had its hard times, but it’s now going from strength to strength. Peckham is ideal for artsy and cultural events. It is growing all the time but is still able to maintain its local charm. Bermondsey is London’s industrial past in plain sight. Expect to see refurbished warehouses and cobblestones. It’s popular with new businesses, and you’re in walking distance to London’s greatest sights! But how important is the area when planning your corporate event, though? Surely its what’s inside that counts? It’s about you, your product, and your ideas, of course! The perfect area might just be the icing on your event cake, though. Places – not just spaces – evoke feeling. Having the right vibe, or the right sandwich shop to hand is worth something. We can help you start your journey. If you’d like to know more about London’s different areas, check out our guide to outstanding areas for events and our selection of the coolest hotels in London to give you the confidence you need to make that all-important choice!
PlaySamuel Johnson famously said, “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life.” It’s a well-worn phrase in the UK. But it’s oh so true! For food and drink, London moves at a furious pace. A foodie favourite has always been Borough Market, a charming market in a spacious and porous green building underneath London Bridge. A classic bar for those in the know is Freud, a hidden cellar with a faintly industrial feel. The cocktails are affordable too. Places like Soho, Electric Avenue, Brick Lane, Piccadilly Circus and Camden are areas that are brilliant for their atmosphere and quirky feel. Hyde Park and Hampstead Heath are the perfect parks to relax and indulge in nature. Don’t forget quintessential London attractions such as Harrods, the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, Covent Gardens, Madame Tussauds and Oxford Street. If you get a London Pass, you get access to over 80 London attractions! It might seem steep at £121 for three days, but you can expect to save over 50% on your adventures across the city.
FAQ for event venues in London
The possibilities are endless. But basically; “whatever you want, as long as you respect the rules” (safety standards, noise pollution, social distancing, etc.). If you’re not sure, it’s best to align with your location expert. They can provide you with the answers and solutions when hunting for the right location, e.g. permits, licenses, etc.
Usually, yes. Most venues (especially the larger ones) tend to have standard AV equipment available. It can come at an extra cost, but this may also be cheaper than using a third-party service provider.
For catering, it’s common to source an external provider. However, the venue will likely have a list of preferred vendors. We recommend choosing a caterer from this list to avoid corkage fees or unpleasant surprises on the day.