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Looking for quirky meeting rooms in London, which means finding a one-of-a-kind venue is faster than ever. When organising a meetup, conference, workshop or team-building event, you can stand out from the crowd by choosing a cool venue that catches the eye and gets people talking. A unique space boosts attendee engagement and makes your event absolutely special. We showcase hundreds of out-of-the-ordinary function rooms and creative meeting spaces, so you’re sure to spot something special for your next event.

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Quirky Meeting Rooms Hire Guide

Are you a creative planning a left-of-centre brainstorming session, or a startup looking for one of the coolest office spaces in London? You’re in the right place! Tagvenue has plenty of quirky meeting rooms in London that will make your team’s jaws drop.

What kinds of unusual meeting venues can you find in London?

  • State-of-the-art auditoriums – Impressive, ultra high-tech A/V systems, huge capacities, and beautiful designs make London’s auditoriums unique. They’re ideal for large conferences, panel discussions and talks designed for big audiences.
  • Creative studio spaces – Here it’s all about the designer’s imagination. Quirky meeting rooms can be found in unexpected places. For instance, the Garry Weston Library makes a wonderful meeting space with a twist, because of its striking Gothic arches. Looking for something a little more left-field? Funky meeting rooms often feature unconventional breakout areas, furnished with stylish sofas and comfy bean bags, which are great for networking. With Tagvenue you can easily find alternative meeting rooms in central London, as well as in other areas of the city. We love to think outside the box!
  • Blank canvas and dry hire meeting spaces – These types of venues are the most versatile of all. You can easily transform a blank canvas venue into a quirky meeting room or fun office space. Need some ideas? Think decor in the colours of your company’s logo, chalkboards and, most importantly, comfortable seats.
  • Unique design rooms - Bedouin Tent, a structure made in Saudi Arabia and covered in woven goat's hair, a dining room with huge, red, extendable door, a meeting room with images of DC superheroes, or a fancy lounge with a rolling ceiling. Sounds extravagant, doesn’t it? Find these and more quirky venues on Tagvenue! 

What to consider when hiring a quirky meeting room:

  • Location – See if it’s convenient for your guests to get to the venue. Make sure there are major transport hubs and parking spaces nearby. London is a massive city, so this part is particularly important.
  • Extra facilities – Will you need a projector or a screen for a presentation? How about A/V equipment? Ask the manager if the venue can provide these things.
  • Capacity – Make sure all the participants will have enough space. This is crucial for a productive working environment. 
  • Cancellation policy – You never know when something will suddenly come up in your schedule. Whether you are a busy businessman or you are just in need of a venue for an informal meeting it is good to have a backup plan in case your plans change. 
  • Reviews What you didn't notice at first glance, others could! Check reviews to make sure that the venue is worth the money.
  • Time – Bear in mind that the venue should be booked at least three months in advance. If you are planning to hold a big event like for example a conference, one year in advance is optimal. 
  • Cost - Remember that prices can differ depending on the day or even the hour you want to book it on. On weekdays and after hours, you'll usually find cheaper deals. Tagvenue offers a huge selection of the best spots at affordable prices. Just sit comfortably and let us show you what we can do best - find venues for every budget. 

Need some extra information about preparing the meeting? Check out our checklist for organising a successful meeting. You will learn how to prepare a meeting step by step and discover useful tips to make your meeting a success.

How to optimise a meeting room for video conferencing?

In our fast-living world we need to keep up with all the latest changes, especially in business - this is important. Some situations may require holding a video conference. It would be good to know how to prepare for it and show your coworkers that you are eager to face the world's changing needs. 

Required Equipment:

  • A TV (to connect with your laptop or a phone in case you want participants that are on the place with you to see online participants as well)
  • Webcam
  • Microphones
  • Conference phone or a laptop

Setting up a video conference in 4 simple steps:

1. Put your camera in a good position. Your face should be fully visible, make sure there are no things in the background that you wouldn’t like to show.
2. Remember about proper lighting. The most commonly used lighting setup is three point lighting, which consists of:

A key light that should be situated 45 degrees above and 45 degrees to the side of the object.

A fill light which is softer. It eliminates shadows from the face of a subject. The fill light should be placed on the opposite side of the key light.

A back light should shine above and behind the object. This creates a slight glow behind the object.

3. Connect the video system to your displays.

4. Open your video conference service and start broadcasting.

The best video conference services according to Business News Daily are:

  • Zoom
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Webex Meetings
  • GoToMeeting

Quirky Meeting Rooms in London FAQ

Where in London can I find the best unusual meeting rooms for hire?

There are plenty of quirky meeting rooms in London. Start your research in Lambeth.You will find plenty of unusual places there, quirky meeting rooms included. Take a look on the other side of the river, in Fitzrovia, home to many of our meeting room Supervenues. More to the West, in Soho, you will find venues with out of this world designs, from gaming rooms to libraries. Wherever you look you will find a quirky meeting venue that is just right for you, London definitely won’t let you down and neither will we.

How much does it cost to hire a quirky meeting room in London?

Prices for hiring a quirky meeting room in London differ depending on location, days or even hours of booking. For example in Camden Down prices start from £19 per hour! While in Burlington Estate the prices begin at  £120 per hour. You can ease the process of looking for a meeting room for your budget by simply entering the price in our smart filters! (All data from Tagvenue.)

Can I hire an unusual meeting room close to King’s College Waterloo Campus?

Of course! Quirky meeting rooms are available across almost all of London! It’s no different in the King’s College Waterloo Campus area. Check out these cool meeting rooms St. Paul's Roof Pavilion at Southbank Centre or Private Hire at Spiritland Royal Festival Hall.

Which equipment is usually included in the hire fee of a meeting room?

Usually meeting rooms include equipment like a whiteboard, TV, projector, air conditioning and a sound system. Some venues will provide more equipment if you let them know beforehand, either for free or with a fee. We recommend that you contact the venue manager to discuss the equipment included in the fee and discuss the cost if you will need something more than the gear provided.

Guests Reviews of Quirky Meeting Rooms on Tagvenue

Emma Rouse
Booked Georgian Townhouse at Anomalous Space
Lovely space, true to the photos. Requested tech spec was all in place on arrival and we were well looked after on the day. Worked perfectly as a creative meeting space for us.
Martin Severn
Booked Frequency Large Meeting Room at Frequency Kings Cross
These room are just a 5 min walk from kings cross and for what you pay its amazing. Staff are so friendly, rooms are clean, well equipped and nice and quiet. There's a cafe above the rooms which i didn't realise and they really need to shout about more as the coffee and cakes are amazing and so handy having a coffee shop like that above the room that you can order from should the meeting over run.
Marie De Gannes
Booked Whole Venue at The Menier Penthouse
This is such a beautiful venue in a great location. I really like the way it is quite an intimate space, so if you're having presentation style event speakers don't need to wear microphones as their voices carry really well. It has a great view and you can tell that people feel really comfortable in the space. Bryony, our event manager, was so helpful on the day and it was really nice to have her on hand and this made it very easy for us to look after our guests as we didn't need to worry about any of the catering.
Steph Baird
Booked Garden Cellar at Crusting Pipe
Brilliant meeting venue in the heart of Covent Garden if you want something a bit different, we loved the venue and the sandwich buffet lunch was delicious. Everyone was super helpful and I would definitely go back for afternoon tea. Thankyou for making our day.
Booked The Bedouin Tent at St. Ethelburga's Centre
Delightfully unusual meeting space in the heart of London: a calm oasis amongst the bustle and hustle. Very friendly staff, historc and wondeful bedouin tent. Plenty of space, wi-fi etc. Its not ''slick'' or ''corporate'' - which is just why we liked it but its atmospheric and quality.
Madison Carroll
Booked Whole Venue at The Chelsea Pensioner
This place is amazing. Nikki went above and beyond to make our event perfect and it worked out fantastically. She even made us tailored signs for the doors! We all loved the venue, they had everything you could need (screen, microphone, wifi), and all at the right price. Plus, the staff immediately feels like a friend you've known since you were kid. 10/10 will return, hold more events here, and recommend to others.

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