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Meeting Room 2
Paddington Works - co-working, events and production spaces. Just a 5 minute walk from Paddington Station. Forget business as usual. Paddington Works is where creative minds get to think play and bounce ideas off the wall. Scribble your best (and most bizarre) ideas on glass brainstorming boards. It's all here, equipped and ready for you in our meeting and event spaces. Paddington Works is a disruptive and innovative co-working space with a difference. We mean what we say and do what we promise. We humanise business, putting people at the heart of our collaborative community, introducing the leaders of tomorrow encouraging them to be the best they can be in their chosen industries. Our purpose is to provide stimulating member experiences and events that promote commercial growth and human well-being, offering a health conscious environment that inspires the creation of extraordinary business ideas. We believe people make the difference and we look to attract members and visitors to our community who are smart, bold, curious and who want to be stimulated. Our space is vibrant, spacious and ergonomically designed. Business health; well-being is at the heart of our environment with fresh, filtered airflow and localised air-con. Sound and acoustic management ensures that your focus and concentration are channelled to the height of performance. Circadian lighting is tuned to your natural body clock and chairs enhance your posture and comfort.
£65per hour · Up to 5 people
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FAQs about meeting rooms in London

What is the price of a meeting room in London?
Most meeting rooms in London are priced on an hourly or daily basis. Prices vary depending on location and capacity. On average it costs £49 per hour for a small meeting room in London and £304 per day. For larger meeting rooms prices start at £119 for the hour and £552 for the day. (based on prices)

What are the most popular locations for meeting rooms in London?
Places near transport hubs like King's Cross, Waterloo, Victoria, London Bridge are popular locations for meeting rooms in London.

What are the best meeting rooms in London?

What is included in the price of a meeting room?
Most venues include the room, laid out however required, with the tables and chairs, AV equipment (including a TV or projector), flipchart or whiteboard and WiFi. Some venues also offer a complementary tea/coffee service in the price.

How can I hire a meeting room in London?
Search and compare meeting rooms prices in London, locations, photos, and customer reviews on the Zipcube website. Narrow down your search by selecting the number of delegates, the configuration of the room, the date, and the duration. To secure your booking you will just need to have your debit or credit card ready. Larger events can be placed by invoice.

What are the best places in London for creative meetings?

Which meeting rooms in London have nice views?
Meeting room 1 at the office group the Shard, The Broadgate room at the Heron Tower, and Meeting room 9 At Tintagel house TOG have received great reviews from customers in London regarding the views from their meeting rooms.

What is DDR?
DDR or Day Delegate Rate is a price per person. This price will include the meeting room hire, the equipment, refreshments throughout the day, and some form of lunch.

How much does a meeting room cost in London on the weekend?
On average, booking a meeting room in London on a weekend will cost £356. Weekends are generally more expensive than weekdays as most of the venues still open are hotels.

What are the cancellation policies for meeting rooms in London?
Cancellation policies in London vary between venues but Zipcube offers a flexible booking option which allows for cancellation up to two working days before the event, which gives a full refund.

Guide to meeting rooms in London

Are you looking for meeting rooms for hire in London? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Zipcube has hundreds of meeting venues in London for every budget and every occasion. We offer facilities ranging from high-spec conference venues for board meetings to stylish spaces for creative thinkers.

London is an influential world city and the financial and business capital of Europe, so demand for meeting rooms for hire is always increasing. Whether you require a meeting venue in London for conferences, seminars, training or team meetings, Zipcube can provide a superior workspace tailored specifically for your requirements.

Here are five things to consider when looking for the perfect meeting venue in London:

  1. Location, location, location 
    Zipcube offers affordable meeting venues for hire across all parts of London, which is perfect if your guests are based in the same locality. If, however, they are travelling from farther afield, it is a good idea to hire a meeting room in central London close to a train or underground station that is convenient for everyone. Transport links in the city are excellent, making it easy for guests to get from one meeting venue in central London to another with ease.

    Because London is one of the most visited cities in the world, both for tourism and business, Zipcube has many meeting rooms available for hire in hotels. This is the most convenient option for individuals who are travelling for business as they will  be able to check in, rest and attend a meeting in the same location.

    Whether you choose to book your meeting room in the heart of the city or in the quieter suburbs, you should aim to hire a conference room that is well located and easy for your guests to find.

  2. Size matters
    It’s a good idea to have a realistic expectation of how many people will attend before you book your preferred meeting space in London. Zipcube offers an extensive range of venues in the city, from state-of-the-art boardrooms to smaller, more informal meeting rooms for hire.

    Bear in mind that if you are expecting a large group, it is better to book a meeting room in London with slightly more capacity than to squeeze everyone into a smaller space. This is quite simply bad for business. Our advice is: if you think you'll need a larger conference room instead, it's worth having a little much space rather than too little.

    Cramming too many people into a small meeting room may create the impression of a poorly organised company that does not value its clients because it has failed to provide adequately for them. In addition guests may wonder if your company’s budget is under pressure. These factors may well influence an important business decision that ultimately may not be in your favour.

  3. The finer details
    It’s important to consider what amenities are available when booking your meeting space in London. Does your preferred venue have wi-fi? This will be essential if you and other guests need to access files stored in the cloud, for example.

    Are you likely to need audio/visual equipment? Most meeting rooms in London will supply basic equipment such as whiteboards and marker pens, and will often supply audio-visual equipment.

    If you plan to give a presentation, it’s important to find out if your preferred London meeting space can supply the particular equipment you require. If you are bringing your own equipment, it’s a good idea to include your own leads and cables as those at the venue may not be compatible with your devices.

  4. Disabled access
    Many modern offices and meeting rooms for hire in London offer disabled access but it’s best to check before booking your venue. If any of your guests has a disability you will need to ensure that the meeting room you wish to hire has the appropriate facilities.  

  5. Take a break
    Does the venue you’d like to book provide catering services or allow you to organise catering independently? If you plan to offer this service, you will need to ask your guests about their dietary requirements well in advance of the event. If some guests require vegan or halal food, or have food allergies, for example, you will need to ensure that these options are available.

Zipcube’s vast array of affordable London meeting venues means that we can provide exactly the right space, whatever the size or requirements of your group. You can browse hundreds of modern, well-equipped and air-conditioned rooms on Zipcube’s website and book directly through our website or ask one of our venue experts for help. If your needs are likely to vary, we can also provide hotel meeting rooms, annual general meeting rooms, cheap meeting rooms and cool and quirky meeting rooms

Ten tips to ensure a successful meeting

  1. Set a timeframe
    Meetings can be a lengthy and frustrating process that can disrupt the workflow of your organisation. Therefore, impose a timeframe beyond which the meeting will not continue. You can always call a further meeting to clarify any points raised when it’s more convenient. 

  2. Set an agenda
    Make a list of topics for discussion, print it out and hand it to each attendee in advance of the meeting. If someone goes off-topic, say that you will discuss it with them after the meeting.

  3. Limit the number of attendees
    Do you really need so many people at your meeting? If you can reduce the number by just two people whose presence isn’t essential, you will have returned valuable time to the company. Remember, some staff might prefer not to go to the meeting so give them the option. 

  4. Start on time
    Firstly, and most obviously, don’t be late yourself for the meeting. Don’t wait for stragglers - start the meeting on time. 

  5. Take notes
    Jot important points down so that you don’t forget them. You will need them later for your follow-up email. 

  6. Be prepared
    If you are using visual display equipment in your meeting, make sure it is correctly wired up and ready to use in advance. You don’t want to waste valuable time because of equipment malfunctions.

  7. Q&A
    Remember to allow time for questions at the end, which can raise important and pertinent issues - but not too much time!

  8. Lighten up
    Leading a meeting isn’t about flaunting your authority. If someone is late don’t give them dark looks. Have some humility and a sense of humour. 

  9. Thank your attendees
    Thank everyone for attending the meeting and remind them that your door is open should they have any further ideas or wish to discuss any of the points raised. 

  10. Follow up
    Email attendees after the meeting summing up the session and encourage them to give feedback.

If you need a bit of extra inspiration, try checking out this condensed guide on how to run meetings for a discussion of how to keep things short and efficient. There are so many great meeting spaces and conference rooms in London, we're sure you'll be able to find what you need here at Zipcube.