As the industry opens up and we can now once again host meetings in person, explore the superb range of meeting spaces and facilities that Westminster’s finest venues have to offer.
RIBA The Aston Webb room at RIBA at 66 Portland Place is part of the original 1934 building and reflects the unique character of the venue, which is renowned for representing the best of British Architecture. This space is popular for VIP events, committee, or boardroom-style meetings, with capacity for up to 22 guests.
The Aston Webb room is located on the second floor of the building and is accessed via 66 Portland Place’s stunning marble staircase, which makes for an incredibly grand entrance route for guests! With walls lined with leather and joinery in Indian laurel wood, the Aston Webb room exudes a stately, mid-century vibe with period features galore, and is complemented by large windows that fill the space with an abundance of natural daylight and a grand view of the tree-lined Portland Place.
Located on the fifth floor of the QEII Centre, the Hawking is an ideal meetings space as it can accommodate 25 at full capacity. A versatile space, it can be used for standalone meetings or as a syndicate space for larger conferences and events. It can also be set up in several different layouts including boardroom, u-shape and cabaret.
Alternatively, the Burton is a highly adaptable space that can be used as a standalone meeting room, syndicate space or in combination with other 2nd floor spaces for larger meetings. Hire of the Burton includes the adjoining Redgrave, which provides the option to increase capacity beyond 40 or as a catering space.
Holding your meeting in either room will enable you to take advantage of the large windows that provide excellent natural light and an impressive backdrop, which includes Westminster Abbey. The QEII Centre’s in-house team QEII Taste are on hand to support your meeting, with catering to suit your needs whether you require breakfast, tea and coffee or lunch, while their AV team QEII Live offers state of the art AV technology and onsite support for your meeting.
The Prince Philip Room at RSA House is a beautifully decorated and spacious first-floor event space, blending traditional characteristics with modern convenience. The room features impressive audio-visual equipment, making it a suitable location for virtual and hybrid meetings.
The original Adam ceiling with painted roundels offers a stunning focus to the room, as well as large windows allowing plenty of natural daylight in. The space can accommodate 30 guests when set up as a boardroom and encompasses multiple built-in screens and cameras, with great emphasis on getting the best sound quality for remote participants. The equipment is all controlled very simply via an iPad. Audio and video conferencing packages are available on request.
In 2012 the Prince Philip Room was named after HRH Duke of Edinburgh to mark his long-standing service as the President of the Society from 1952. Formerly named the Adelphi Room, this room was originally the dining room of the Adelphi Tavern.
IET London: Savoy Place
The Wedmore Boardroom is a modern, high-tech London event space provides an air-conditioned, premium executive meeting room on the first floor for private or corporate events and senior/CEO level meetings. Up to 26 delegates can meet comfortably in the state-of-the-art boardroom with natural daylight, spectacular views over the Thames and cutting-edge audio-visual equipment.
An impressive space, the meeting room comes with an in-built wall-mounted flat-screen 95” HD display, 6x 55” relay screens and first-class connectivity services for video conferencing and live streaming. It’s Bose sound system provides a clear and professional facility for slick events.
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