Find boardroom rentals in London
Boardroom meetings as the name suggests, are a big deal. It is that time of the year when the management and the board of directors sit together to take vital decisions, decide on the future course of action for the company. Such meetings are always confidential in nature and are best conducted away from the prying eyes. If you are hiring a boardroom on rent, it is essential to find a place that can assure of privacy and confidentiality.
London, being the home of some of the most prominent businesses in the world has a massive selection of boardrooms to choose from. Depending on your budget, industry and the location, there are a lot of choices in meeting rooms in London.
IET London: Savoy Place
The first choice we have for you is the Wedmore Boardroom, at the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET) at the Savoy Place. Located on the north bank of river Thames, it is accessible from Embankment underground station. The Savoy Place has a brand new Hi-tech boardroom that has full web streaming capabilities so that partners from other countries can also join your discussions. IET’sconference room can fit 24 people in the boardroom format. New lifts added to the main lobby, improved disabled access, and contemporary interiors make it well suited for all occasions.
Bulgari Hotel, London
The Lord Marshall Boardroom at the Bulgari Hotel in London is another excellent option for aboard room meeting. Exquisitely appointed, and dedicated to Lord Marshall of Knightsbridge, both the boardrooms can fit up to 16 guests at a time. It is equipped with a HD widescreen data projector and screen, and an additional 46”LCD screen is connected to the video conferencing facility.
Located in the heart of Knightsbridge, Bulgari Hotel can be reached from Harrods, Hyde Park, and Knightsbridge underground station by a five-minute walk.
The boardroom at Clubhouse Mayfair is another fantastic location to host your company meetings. Be it a formal board meeting or an informal private dinner, this place is suitable for both occasions. Equipped with a 60” HD screen and audio conference facility, this venue is adorned with contemporary art pieces to give you a feeling of exclusivity. Apart from Boardrooms, the Clubhouse also has Hotdesks and other flexible work areas to provide you with the opportunity to break into smaller groups during or after your boardroom meetings.
Clubhouse May fair is located in the heart of Mayfair, just off the Berkley square. It is a few minutes’ walk from the Green Park, Oxford Street, and Bond Street. Bond Street station is the nearest metro station.
The Royal Institution
If your business deals with science and technology at some level, The Royal Institution will be an absolute delight as a boardroom meeting venue. Founded in 1799 to introduce new technology and to teach science to the Public, The Royal Institution had many iconic scientists as its members in its 300 years history.
The venue has 14 flexible spaces that can be used as meeting rooms. A contemporary space adorned with traditional Georgian architecture, the Royal Institution can provoke quite a brainstorm in your meetings. The Library makes for a perfect boardroom location. If your sessions are confidential, you can make use of the Exclusive Hire package to book the entire venue for your company.
The Royal Institution of Great Britain is located on the Albemarle Street. Green Park on the Jubilee, Victoria and Piccadilly lines is a five-minute walk from the venue making it accessible from most of the city.
The Barrister’s Court, Browns Covent Garden
An actual courtroom that dealt with births, deaths, and marriages, The Barrister’s Court makes an exciting place to hold your boardroom meetings.Browns Covent Garden has three other rooms that can also be rented for meetings and conferences. The room has retained many of the features of its courtroom days, including the original judge’s bench. It also has a large screen and a HD projector, making the Barrister’s Court perfect for presentations.
Leicester Square Tube station is a four-minute walk, and the Covent Garden Tube station is just three minutes away from the venue, making it easy to access via underground trains. Charing Cross Railway station (mainline) is a six-minute walk from the Browns.
London is filled with opportunities in every direction. If you are an event planner, the choices are unlimited based on your budget. If you are a start-up, you can get a great boardroom venue for hire without having to invest in a monthly rental. Most of these boardrooms are available for rent on an hourly basis.And almost all of them come with excellent AV facilities so that you can just focus on business rather than the hassle of getting your own equipment.No matter what your budget is, you can always find an interesting place to run your meetings. Choose a location wisely as an exciting location can turn into a distraction very easily. Knowing your audience is as essential as knowing your budget. So hire smart and enjoy the glory.