A Guide to the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center

A few minutes’ walk from Parliament Square and a stone’s throw from the London Eye across the River Thames, the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center is a state of the art facility with rooms accommodating 40 to 1,300 delegates. Purpose built as a conference venue, the QEII Conference Center offers wireless broadband, state of the art audio-visual services, online conference services, and web casting. To keep everything and everyone cool, the building is fully air-conditioned.

What makes the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center such a popular venue with companies and organizations is not simply its central location but the fact that the building inside offers a tremendous choice of spaces that are ideal for all sizes of event including grand exhibitions and modest exhibitions with pop-up stands.

Conference and hospitality peak on the third floor of the Queen Elizabeth II Conference center which is the largest area in the center and is used by major corporations who have a very important message to convey. In another area within the Conference Center’s third floor are the Fleming and Whittle rooms which are complemented by the Benjamin Britten lounge. To a backdrop of an illuminated Westminster Abbey, these rooms provide the perfect venues for silver-service dinners.

Go up to the fourth floor in the QEII Conference Center and there is a rich choice of meeting rooms which are ideal for press conferences and training sessions and other business events. Looking out over the delightful Japanese Garden, the St. James’ and Westminster suites are ideal meeting rooms adjacent to catering facilities. Various other meeting rooms on the floor have walls that can be moved to provide larger or smaller venues.

Take the lift to the fifth floor and the Elizabeth Windsor and Mountbatten rooms can be joined together for a large corporate event or separated to offer differing themes and experiences. Between the fifth and sixth floors is a glass staircase that leads to the Mountbatten room where picture windows offer guests and delegates magical views of London’s finest landmarks including St. Stephen’s Tower, often called Big Ben after the bell within, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and that great wheel called the London Eye.

The theater facilities are perfect for presentations and workshops if you are planning to organize an event or exhibition at the venue. When it comes to catering, the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center also offers an excellent cuisine that is supplied by Leith’s of London in first rate kitchens. Menus can be customized to clients’ needs and tables decorated to suit the tone of a particular event. Catering budgets are always highly competitive whether it is providing for a grand banquet or canapes for a product launch. The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center is an ideal location for any type or size of presentation or event to get across an important business message.

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