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A Guide to Meetings in London

The Best Areas in London for Meetings

London is a hub for culture, business and politics. Meetings happen everywhere, all the time. To help you out, we’ve chosen the three best areas to host a meeting in London. These areas are great for their unique venues, the convenience of their locations, and the strength of their hotels and after-work options.

Kings Cross – Kings Cross is synonymous with its train station. You can get anywhere in London and to any city in the UK from here. You’ll also have direct links to the city’s airports and even to cities on the continent with the Eurostar. This makes this area great for drop-in meeting sessions for busy international business people. The meeting rooms here are classy in style and spacious too.

Soho – The meeting rooms in Soho are sophisticated and luxurious, just like the area itself. Soho is best for more intimate meetings. It’s central and well connected with public transport. Sadly it doesn’t have the best parking options, but it’s a great area for walking and cycling due to the proximity of shops, bars, restaurants, hotels and points of interest.

Finsbury – Finsbury is another of London’s central locations. It’s a focal point for fashion, business, gastronomy, and quaint green spaces. The meeting spaces here are certainly stylish and ideal for more creatively inclined sessions.

To discover more neighbourhoods in this fine city, you can check out our guide to the best areas in London for events.

How to Get to Your Meeting in London

Public transport is operated by Transport for London (TfL). Under their remit – and their all-in-one ticket system – people in London can travel by train, underground, bus, ferry, light rail, and bike.

If you want an authentic London experience, then it has to be a Hackney Cab via The London Cab Company. Alternatively, you can always go with Uber.

Cycling is an easy option in London. Santander Cycles – locally known as Boris Bikes – are a convenient way to get about and can be rented all across the city.

Kings Cross

Public Transport

    • Buses: 17, 30, 46, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259, 390, 476, N63, N73, N91, N205.
    • Underground: Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria.
    • Train: Eurostar (Paris, Brussels, Lille), National Rail (UK).

Secure Parking Garages in Kings Cross

    • Just Park – Field Street
    • Park Bee Kings Cross – 2 Killick Street
    • Handyside Car Park – 3 Canal Reach


Public Transport

    • Buses: 1, 176, 19, 390, 98.
    • Underground: Central Line, Northern Line.
    • Train: Overground, Southeastern, Thameslink.

Secure Parking Garages in Kings Cross

    • Urban Parking – 42 Shelton Street
    • Q-Park Soho – Poland Street
    • NCP Soho – 32 Brewer Street


Public Transport

    • Buses: 4,19, 29, 106, 153, 210, 236, 253, 254, 259, N19, N29, N253, N279,  W3, W7.
    • Underground: Piccadilly Line, Victoria Line.
    • Train: Great Northern, Thameslink.

Secure Parking Garages in Kings Cross

    • NCP Finsbury Square – Finsbury Square
    • Green Parking Ltd. – 1-3 Amwell Street

Meeting Caterers in London We Love

Sandwich Man: Sandwich Man is a London institution, serving as London’s leading “lunch to your desk” caterer for 20 years. They specialise in sandwiches, pasta, soups and chillies. Classic food conveniently delivered.

Grazing Food: Grazing Food calls their model “cooked at ours and served at yours”. They do wholesome and nostalgic food like mac & cheese as well as popular grazing snacks like nachos. If you’re feeling adventurous, try the spiced lamb kofta or chorizo and eggs. Oh, and they do cocktails too!

Gail’s Bread: Gail’s Bread operates under a simple concept: homemade sandwiches or savoury pastries, a salad, something sweet on the side (a cookie, a doughnut, a muffin etc.), and healthy drinks. It’s great for meetings as it’s delivered to you directly and is good informal stuff you can eat with your hands.

Eden: Eden specialises in South Asian food. Their menus are extensive, offering breakfast, lunches, sandwiches, buffets, canapes and more. A perfect bit of exoticism to get that vital energy boost for your London meetings.


Recommended Business Hotels in London

We’ve got hotel rooms across London. To save you some time, below are our top picks for recommended meeting areas in London. If these don’t scratch your itch, check out our guide to the city’s coolest hotels.

Hotels in Kings Cross

Centrally Located Hotel with Art Deco Flair

        • Prices start from £108
        • Star Rating: 4
        • Highlights: Art Deco style, floating beds, bar, mini-fridge, safe, TV screen, WiFi.

Hotels in Soho

Flowered Boutique Hotel in the Heart of London

      • Prices start from £319
      • Star Rating: 4.75
      • Highlights: Bright and quirky design, modern bar & restaurant, mini-fridge, safe, TV screen, WiFi.

Boutique Hotel With Idyllic Courtyard

      • Prices start from £264
      • Star Rating: 4.5
      • Highlights: Green and luxurious courtyard, two bars, designer rooms.

Hotels in Finsbury

Modern and Spacious Rooms and Suites

      • Prices start from £1.69
      • Star Rating: 4.5
      • Highlights: Spa, concierge, restaurant, fitness centre, WiFi, modern rooms.

Hip and Contemporary Hotel

      • Prices start from
      • Star Rating:
      • Highlights: Bar, rainfall showerheads, TV screen, safe, WiFi, fashionable cafe and bar.

Post-Meeting Venues for Drinks in London

Successful meetings need to be celebrated. So perhaps an after-work drink after your meeting in London is in order? Have a peek at our top picks to whet your appetite:

After-work Venues in Kings Cross

Cosy Urban Rooftop Terrace in Kings Cross

      • Capacity: Standing 60, Dining 25.
      • Highlights: Catering, music equipment, TV screen, WiFi, Outdoor, Trendy.

Italian Inspired Vintage Bar 

      • Capacity: Flexible
      • Highlights: Catering, music equipment, stylish, cosy.

After-work Venues in Soho

Bar With Vintage London Tube Carriage

      • Capacity: Standing 40.
      • Highlights: Quirky, vintage, kitchen, bar.

Classy and Cosy Bar Space in Soho

      • Capacity: Standing 150.
      • Highlights: Classical, elegant, WiFi, music equipment.

After-work Venues in Finsbury 

Light and Bright Space with Vintage Decor

      • Capacity: Standing 30, Dining 15.
      • Highlights: Cosy, sophisticated, catering, music equipment, WiFi, TV screen.

Western Courtyard With a Glass Roof

      • Capacity: Standing 500.
      • Highlights: Catering, WiFi, outdoor, modern.

FAQ for meeting Rooms in London


Boardroom venues in London radiate authority, exclusivity, and a whole lot of style. They are generally found in more central locations. Boardrooms in London are for when you want to impress your team or your guests with a sense of English chivalry.

Top Pick: Classy Pool Room Located in Soho

Brainstorming Rooms

Brainstorming venues in London are more whimsical and found all over the city, especially in its new creative hubs. They’re often more open, versatile and quirky. 

Top Pick: Large Open Loft With Industrial Accents

Seminar Rooms

Seminar rooms in London are wild cards coming in all shapes, sizes and locations. You’ll find formal and creative ones across the city. 

Top Pick: Modern and Bright Seminar Room in London

Meeting Spaces in London will usually come with WiFi, versatile seating arrangements, a projector, a whiteboard, a flipchart, and rudimentary office supplies. You’ll also usually get complimentary refreshments such as coffee, tea and small snacks. Consult the venue listings on our platform to check which amenities are provided. Our experts can source anything else you need for your meeting. Alternatively, we can recommend London Audio Visual if you want to rent further AV equipment for your meetings.

A meeting room in London can cost between €50 - €85 per hour. However, catering and additional equipment can cost extra. Make sure to double-check before booking any venue.

When it comes to meeting rooms in London, you are usually entitled to a refund if you request to cancel your booking at least one week in advance. However, you’re unlikely to receive a refund if you cancel within 48 hours of the scheduled event.

Meeting rooms in London are generally booked and charged for by the hour. However, you can block most of them for whole days, in which case you can receive reduced rates.

Meetings rooms in London typically come with basic office supplies as part of your booking fee. It’s best to check in advance, though. For any supplies that the venue doesn’t supply then we recommend The SOHO Stationery Store for meetings in Soho, Ryman for meetings in Kings Cross, and WHSmith for meetings in Finsbury.