Business Travel in South West London
|| Finding the perfect
venue and hotel can make or break a conference so it’s
good to know that there’s plenty of accessible places
to help your meeting go with a swing.
If you want your conference or meeting to really stand
out you’ll be looking for somewhere distinctive
and unusual that will stay in the minds of attendees for
a long time. The Royal Horticulture Halls and Conference
Centre [map] based at Vincent Square, has three very different venues
that can be hired.
The Lindley hall [map] is a stylish facility
that overlooks leafy Vincent Square and is fast becoming
one of the most popular places to hold a function since
its redevelopment in 2001. Originally built in 1904, this
classical Edwardian structure has modern and contemporary
facilities. The black-out facilities and fully integrated
sound system means that the venue is regularly used for
product launches, fashion shows, banquets and functions,
conferences, and small exhibitions.
The Lawrence Hall [map], with its unusual Art
Deco style and high vaulted ceilings, is a multi-purpose
hall which has become well established for hosting niche
market trade shows and public
exhibitions. It has proved a successful choice
for exhibition organisers looking for a large and interesting
space to entice traders and members of the public.
The Conference Centre is probably The
Royal Horticulture Halls’ most popular venue. This
can be used either independently or in conjunction with
the Lawrence Hall to create a huge space suiting large
exhibitions and event organisers wanting an integrated
facility. The centre regularly hosts Annual General
Meetings, council meetings, training seminars, press briefings, examinations and product launches.
The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre [map] at Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, has one of those perfect
locations that is sure to be the envy of any competitors.
Located in the very heart of Westminster, the award-winning
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre is a prime purpose-built
venue uniquely situated in the shadow of Big Ben.
The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre has been designed
not only to provide the finest facilities, but also to
create the perfect environment for a successful and productive
event. Specialising in events for 40-1,000 delegates,
the centre offers the finest facilities to meeting planners,
combining modern comfort with the latest in technology.
The technical, presentation and communications facilities
at the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre are modern, efficient
and adaptable. The Centre is fully air-conditioned and
has built-in wireless network, in-house audio visual services,
webcasting and an online conference service.
The Kairos Centre [map],
Mount Angelus Road, Roehampton, offers facilities in a
fresh environment of more than three acres of landscaped
gardens overlooking the historic Richmond Park. With rooms
for five-100 delegates, the conference centre is an oasis
of calm, yet only 40 minutes from Central London, providing
you with a relaxed and calming environment in which to
Created as a real alternative to faceless corporate conference
venues, all meeting rooms and break-out rooms at The Kairos
Conference Centre provide delegates with a sense of space,
with natural light streaming in through the windows where
business meetings, conferences, seminars and training
days are held.
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