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meeting · Holiday Inn - Kensington
Powell Suite
Welcome to Holiday Inn London - Kensington Forum Located in the heart of one of London’s most iconic boroughs, The Holiday Inn® London - Kensington Forum, is a landmark hotel on Cromwell Road and within walking distance of many of the city’s most notable attractions The hotel is just a two minutes’ walk from three Tube lines at Gloucester Road Station, Piccadilly, Circle and District lines, allowing easy access to central London, whilst Heathrow Airport (LHR) is a 40-minute direct tube trip away or 30 minutes on the Heathrow express train. Kensington is the perfect choice for travellers interested in culture, history and architecture. Just a stone’s throw away from the hotel guests can discover many of London’s most well-known attractions, such as the idyllic Kensington Gardens in the estate of Kensington Palace, the Natural History Museum, Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park and luxury shopping in Knightsbridge, home to the world famous Harrods. The 906 - bedroom hotel is set over 27 floors and offers panoramic views of the City. The hotel is also home to 11 versatile, naturally lit event spaces holding up to 400 guests, plus generous break-out space for networking. There's a staffed business centre and WIFI is complimentary throughout the hotel. Guests can start the day with a full English and continental buffet breakfast at The Forum Restaurant or enjoy a Starbucks coffee in the lobby lounge. Our newly refurbished Ashburn S.W.7 Bar & restaurant, open for lunch and dinner with an all-day menu, offers a warm, inviting atmosphere to share great food and wine with friends and family. The hotel also benefits from a well- equipped gym, the traditional cost Tavern Pub, a lounge and bar area, and a designated crew lounge.
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Have a big presentation coming up which needs a perfect venue in London to capture the tone of your pitch? If you require a venue which boasts top facilities and wows your guests from the moment they enter, then you can use our search tool to browse various options before making an enquiry.

If you need any guidance or help in making your booking, then you can speak to our dedicated conference venues team for assistance. We'll be able to provide advice on suitable spaces for your requirements and can make enquiries on your behalf.

What Do I Need to Know When Hiring a Presentation Venue in London?

The details of a great presentation are many and varied. The content has to be exciting and engagingly arranged, but the delivery also has to be confident and carefully rehearsed. The last thing you want, with a big presentation looming, is to have to worry about whether the venue itself will be suitable:

  • Microphones, projectors and audio equipment. It's useful to have a 'tech spec' of any equipment you'd like the venue to provide. Need a clip-on microphone? Or a projector with a remote control? Let them hear about it.

  • What room layout do you need? Generally, a presentation may want a theatre style arrangement of chairs, but you can also ask for a cabaret layout or classroom arrangement.

  • Is this an interactive presentation? If there's likely to be a point in the evening where you ask the audience questions, then you may want a portable microphone to be able to pass it around the crowd. If you have a demonstration planned, then perhaps a U-shaped style layout is appropriate.

How Can I Give A Top Presentation?

Like anything, practice makes perfect. However, there are always a few things you can do to help yourself out. Here are a few pointers for how to help things move smoothly:

  • Timing. The length of your presentation is important, but so too is the speed at which you speak. Time yourself talking and factor in a 10-15% grace period for any distractions or pauses.

  • Small notes. Maintaining eye contact with your audience displays confidence and engages the crowd. If you can memorise your presentation entirely – that's fantastic – but if such feats of memory aren't realistic, make sure you have small notes to hand which can be checked for reference.

  • Keep it varied. Another good way to capture your audience's attention and hold it is to mix things up occasionally. If you have some audio snippets or video to show the assembled crowd, that will mix well with your speaking and keep things interesting.

If you're still trying to tie down a few details of your presentation – audience size, perhaps, or location – then you might like to browse some other possibilities. Our lecture theatre venues in London and auditorium are also very suitable. If you're looking for something a bit more out of the ordinary, then our rooftop venues can be especially scenic when the weather is nice.

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