18 Nov Three Perfect London Hotels for your C-Suite Level Meetings
A true London icon, The Langham offers traditional elegance right at the centre of London. Sat opposite the BBC and at the top of Regent Street, the hotel has seeped with History. The hotel is also home to Artesan, voted The World’s Best Bar and serves classic and innovative cocktails – sure to impress anyone who enters.
Their bedrooms combine Victorian charm with modern amenities and when booking rooms of executive-level and above, guests are given access to the Langham Club, providing them access to all-day culinary offerings from The Langham’s outlets, including Roux ad The Landau.
Their meeting space includes the recently refurbished ballroom as well as many smaller spaces perfect for those high-level meetings and providing seamless service coupled with dining options offering the Chez Roux hallmarks of classic French cuisine with a modern twist.
Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square
If being in the City is more of a necessity, then the newly opened Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square is the perfect option. Housed in the former headquarters of the Port of London Authority the building played host to the inaugural reception of the United Nations General Assembly in 1946 – and the room is now the hotel’s primary event space; certain to impress anyone who enters.
The hotel offers a range of bedrooms, suites and residences, and are considered a home away from home for corporate travellers and are highly functional while still rich in Four Seasons luxury.
Dining options include the Michelin Star awarded La Dame De Pic for traditional French dining. Mei Ume for traditional Chinese & Japanese dishes and their Rotunda Lounge & Bar, perfect for post-meeting drinks.
Only opened in 2017, the previously abandoned Midland Bank has been fully restored and although it may look traditional, the services are very much modern.
Their 6 event spaces have all been fully restored to their original features bringing iconic spaces each with stories from its previous incarnations. The spaces are perfect for both meetings and post-event dinners and being a Soho House hotel, you’ll be guaranteed somewhere to relax.
Their impressing dining hall on the ground floor, previously the bank’s Banking Hall, houses 8 restaurants, offering a wide range of culinary cuisines, from Italian at Cecconi’s, French at Café Sou, Asian-Pacific at Kaia, there is really is something for everyone.