Looking for a London venue?

If you are looking for a venue in the capital, make a date with The Westminster Collection (TWC) who will have over 50 representatives from diverse and quality venues ready to meet and talk to you at their annual Early Bird Venues Showcase. The event takes place from 4pm to 7.30pm on 8 February at the spectacular One Whitehall Place, in Westminster.    

TWC venues range from private member’s clubs to purpose built convention centres; historical palaces to bijou hotels; superbly furnished and equipped traditional venues to luxury boats on the Thames; versatile exhibition halls to intimate meeting rooms; sumptuous banqueting facilities to unique venues of character. We have them all and they are listed here for you to see before you come.

Catering for every event type
If you are planning for those Spring and summer events – whether they are large conferences, small meetings, AGMs, training sessions, accommodation, anniversaries, product launches, exhibitions, fairs, banquets, garden rooftop functions, river boat hire, examinations or receptions – look no further.   

The Collection’s venues spread from Belgravia to the West End, the Strand to Bayswater, Parliament Square to Cavendish Square, Knightsbridge to Northumberland Avenue, and Pimlico to Portland Place. So if you have to source and choose venues in the course of your job, our Early Bird Showcase is for you.   

Its TWC’s ninth Showcase and each one has been a great success for the buyer, who is not faced with a disparate variety of products to navigate before getting to the venues themselves. Our Showcase is a pure and simple venues showcase.

The value of face-to-face meetings
Finding a venue on a website is one thing, and you can certainly do so. However, if you really want to find out if your venue is right for your event you need to have a face-to-face conversation with the venue manager, when you can ask all the pertinent, awkward and difficult questions, and get more than an electronic answer back. When you have the opportunity to meet with over 50 of the very best selection all in one room with the ability to have a face-to-face conversation, that’s nothing less than satisfaction guaranteed.   

Investing two to three hours of your time at the showcase will pay you dividends. A great number of our buyers come back each year because we keep adding new and exciting venues each year. So it makes sense to revisit and review.  

Exhibiting Venues

Exhibiting Venues and Members of The Westminster Collection are as follows:
•    116 Pall Mall - Home of the
    Institute of Directors
•    76 Portland Place
•    8 Northumberland
•    86 St. James
•    BAFTA
•    Banqueting House
•    Bateaux London
•    British Academy
•    Broadway House
•    Cavendish Conference Centre
•    Central Hall Westminster
•    Chandos House
•    Church House Conference Centre
•    Churchill War Rooms
•    Cinnamon Club, The
•    Grange Rochester Hotel
•    HQS Wellington
•    IET London:Savoy Place
•    Kent House Knightsbridge
•    Mint Hotel, Westminster
•    Naval and Military Club
•    No. 4 Hamilton Place
•    No.11 Cavendish Square
•    Number 45 Millbank
•    One Birdcage Walk
•    One Great George Street
•    One Queen Anne’s Gate
•    One Whitehall Place
•    One Wimpole Street - The         
    Royal Society of Medicine
•    Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre
•    RICS
•    Royal College of Surgeons
•    Royal Courts of Justice
•    Royal Horticultural Halls and Conference Centre
•    Royal Institution of Great Britain
•    Royal Institute of British Architects
•    Royal Society
•    RSA House
•    Sixty One Whitehall
•    St Martin-in-the-Fields
•    St. Stephen’s Club
•    The Caledonian Club
•    The Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel
•    The Commonwealth Club
•    The Goring
•    The London Library
•    The Private Rooms at 51 Buckingham Gate
•    The UK Supreme Court
•    Victory Services Club

Written by René Dee, CEO, The Westminster Collection

Register to attend at:
www.thewestminstercollection.co.uk