Strand Palace Hotel
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A perfect backdrop in the heart of the city. Built in 1909, the Strand Palace Hotel was converted in 1928 as an Art Deco showpiece and has now been carefully modernised in order to allow the guests to experience the latest standards of comfort.
Situated in the heart of the West End, the Strand Palace Hotel is located in close proximity to Covent Garden, Charing Cross and a short stroll from Waterloo station. The property is also easily accessible from the City's commercial and financial district.
Surrounded by some of London's finest architectural and cultural landmarks, the hotel is an impressive location for important meetings and events. The Strand Meetings & Events provides a multipurpose facility comprising nine well-equipped venues for top-level conferences or straightforward private meetings.
The entire self-contained space has air-conditioning, Wi-Fi throughout and other technical needs on request. This large flexible area can be arranged to suit a variety of events and host up to 200 delegates.
The Exeter suite is the largest meeting room in the Strand Meetings & Events area. The suite can be used to accommodate up to 250 theatre style or a lunch/dinner for 200 people. The facility also has the flexibility to be split into two meeting rooms, with capacity for between 45-50 classroom style.
Other rooms are located in close proximity for private dining, breakouts or separate meetings. The conference facilities are centred off a reception area, ideal for pre-event networking or as a catering breakout facility.
Experienced event planners and catering experts are available to advise and detail arrangements to your specification on the day of your event. All rooms have access to Wi-Fi and a complete range of audiovisual equipment is available on site.
The Executive Chef and his team prepare a wide range of menus to suit any taste or budget. Whether it is a coffee break with a difference, working lunch or seated meal, the Strand Palace team are ready to exceed your expectations.