London's range of meeting venues, accommodation options and delegate attractions is growing all the time. From iconic cultural haunts to contemporary hotels, there's always something new to discover in the capital. Check out the latest openings and find spaces to accommodate even the largest capacities for your association or conference. Contact London Convention Bureau if you'd like to show your delegates something new in London.
What's New in London Winter 2018
New London meeting venues in 2017 and beyond
Switch House at the Tate Modern
Tate Modern seen the addition of a dramatic new building to the south of the iconic riverside gallery. 16 varied and flexible spaces from intimate drinks receptions, all day conferences and parties for up to 1,500; the unique and unforgettable Tanks provide striking spaces like no other in the city.
etc.venues County Hall
In an enviable location on the riverside next to The London Eye and opposite The Houses of Parliament & Big Ben, etc.venues County Hall has a large multipurpose interconnecting space including two suites for groups of up to 900 with stunning views across The Thames towards Westminster. The 20 rooms over one floor represents etc.venues most ambitious and stylish offering to date. They have restored and refurbished many of the original design features with ultra-modern twists to create expansive conference suites.
Borough Cobbled Courtyard
Situated on Southwark Street in the trendy Borough Market area, just a stone’s throw from London Bridge Station, a funky courtyard offering a versatile blank canvas for events. As a dry hire venue all equipment, furniture and production is hired in, giving you the opportunity to completely tailor make your event. Standing reception up to 400 guests.
Due to open in mid-2017, The Postal Museum is a venue with a rich history and a firm plan to deliver first-class events. Up top, the contemporary museum building suits receptions or networking events. But it’s down below that will make the biggest
impact! The Mail Rail is a blank canvas space that includes impressive architectural features from its working past. In a series of vaulted
brick arches, it was a depot for a secret, six mile-long mail railway
The stunningly refurbished 1960’s building is the only public building designed by John Pawson, and features an incredible hyperbolic paraboloid roof. Located in Kensington, this stunningly refurbished building is available for conferences, dinners, drinks receptions and
Printworks is a versatile 11,900 square feet event space with a capacity of 6,000 guests. It comprises of six acres of private, gated land,
with six event spaces arranged over multiple levels with a maze of corridors and offices. There is a further 40,000 square feet of outdoor
space offering masses of creative, flexible and inspiring infrastructure.
New London event venue, Sea Containers Events, has opened on the iconic South Bank located in the Sea Containers building. It is the new events space in which to be seen. Made up of over 25,000 square feet, Sea Containers Events provides some of the best spaces for brand profiling and client entertaining. Modernist interior design echoing today's laid back, collaborative style of meetings and events.
National Army Museum
Opening in Spring 2017, the museum will feature five new permanent galleries and temporary exhibition space, providing a welcoming and engaging experience, the galleries will tell the stories of the British Army, its soldiers and its legacy. The Museum will feature five unique and flexible event spaces. From the top floor Boardroom, with exceptional views over the Royal Hospital, through to the spectacular new Atrium at the centre of the Museum, the transformed venue will be available for dinners, drinks receptions, meetings, conferences and award ceremonies.
Here East is one of London’s newest venue with 33,000 square feet of unique meetings and events space in the heart of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. This unique and exciting new venue combines unparalleled infrastructure with a unique environment.
Sitting at the east end of London’s biggest roof garden, the 500 capacity, indoor venue is complete with four sensational street food
traders, three brilliant bars, floor to-ceiling windows with panoramic views and a huge, wraparound terrace for outdoor sunshine feasting.
One of London's best known landmarks, Centre Point has been used as a navigational tool since the 1960s. As part of the upgrade, a pedestrianised square, lined with cafes, shops and restaurants, occupies what was previously a fume-filled traffic system at the base of the building. And, from 2018, the square will lead directly to the Tottenham Court Road Crossrail station.