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With so many businesses now choosing to work remotely on a more regular basis, we've seen a huge rise in the number of companies looking for access to occasional meeting room space.

At HubbleHQ, we've teamed up with etc.venues to provide businesses with access to the very best meeting room facilities in London, Birmingham, and Manchester, all complete with state-of-the-art tech and award-winning service.

And if that weren’t enough, you can get 25% off your company's first booking when you book through HubbleHQ!

To make the most of the offer, simply fill out the form below with your contact details and meeting room requirements, and etc.venues will find you the perfect space in no time.

Want to know more about etc.venues meeting rooms? Read on...

What's included in an etc.venues meeting room?

When you choose to book your meeting room with etc.venues, you can look forward to:

  • Stylish rooms and suites with natural light, vibrant interiors and specially commissioned art to quicken your senses
  • State-of-the-art tech (including drop down screens), seamlessly integrated into the room
  • High-speed and highly-secure WiFi, to help you stay connected all day long
  • The option to enjoy energy-boosting "brain food" prepared by onsite chefs, designed to refuel and energise you

In light of current circumstances, the following additions to the etc.venues day delegate package have been included to help you feel as safe and productive as possible during your meeting:

  • A bottle of water each, to reduce touch points
  • A mini hand sanitiser each, given to all delegates on arrival
  • Laptop loan, in case you need to make a zoom call from your room

Where are etc.venues meeting rooms located?

etc.venues offer meeting rooms in key and convenient locations across London, Birmingham, and Manchester:


  • Elephant & Castle
  • Fenchurch Street
  • Holborn
  • Liverpool Street
  • Marble Arch
  • Monument
  • Moorgate
  • St Paul's
  • Victoria
  • Westminster Bridge


  • Corporation Street


  • Piccadilly

Can I book a meeting room on a recurring basis?

Yes, you can... and there are even discounts for doing so.

Simply book five meetings in a series within the next 12 months and as a thank you, your sixth meeting is on the house!

How many attendees can an etc.venues meeting room accommodate?

etc.venues' top-quality meeting rooms can accommodate groups of 10-700 people. Book yours now:

Meeting room FAQs

Keen to learn more about the general process of booking a meeting room for your team? Look no further—we've answered all of your questions below:

  • What facilities does a meeting room provide?
  • How much does a meeting room cost? What should I budget for?
  • Should I aim to find an office with meeting room facilities included?
  • How can I find meeting room space for my team?
  • How long can I rent a meeting room for?
  • Can I find meeting rooms separate from an office space?
  • Are there different types of meeting rooms available?
  • What is a meeting room?
  • Why should I use a meeting room?
  • What facilities does a meeting room provide?

    Meeting rooms come in all shapes and sizes, meaning that there's no single answer for this—as some meeting rooms will provide you with more facilities than others. However, most meeting rooms come with some facilities, which can range from the following:

    • Tables
    • Whiteboard
    • Coffee, tea, and water services
    • WiFi
    • Phone chargers
    • HDMI
    • HDTVs
    • Flipcharts and stands
    • Projectors and projector screens
    • Webcams
    • Conference speakers

    Not every meeting room to rent will come with all of these facilities. When you are deciding on a meeting room, make sure that you know what facilities come with the deal. Meeting rooms come in all shapes and sizes, so you want the one you rent to be right for your team.

    How much does a meeting room cost? What should I budget for?

    The price of a meeting room in London depends on what comes with the room, the location, and for how long you want to rent it for.

    These fundamentals are good to keep in mind when renting a meeting room:

    • The more people it holds, the more expensive it will be
    • The more amenities and additional services, the higher the rate
    • The longer you rent for, the bigger the discount

    Many meeting rooms come with add-on services, such as additional tables, projectors, screens, stands, microphones, and webcams. All of these will increase the bill that you are footing. Be sure to know exactly what you need a meeting room for, so you are not asking for amenities that you don’t need.

    It’s also worth noting how long you’ll be expecting to use the meeting room for. While the hourly rate often is higher than the rate per day, if you only need the meeting room for a few hours, there’s no reason to pay for time you don’t need.

    Should I aim to find an office with meeting room facilities included?

    It depends on the nature of your work and your team’s needs. Some teams might find that they can get along with a simple office space with just a few cubicles, and that’s fine! Carefully considering what exactly your team needs to operate can save you money in the long run, whether you need that extra meeting room space as a permanent part of your office, or if you’re okay with renting meeting room space when you need it.

    While meeting rooms are great for conference calls and team meetings, keep in mind that the space is versatile, and can be used for many purposes. Any company that needs a private room separate from the regular office for anything from photoshoots to consultations to workshops should take advantage of the versatility of meeting rooms and strongly consider having one permanently available for use.

    How can I find meeting room space for my team?

    At HubbleHQ, we host thousands of unique office spaces to rent in London.

    For teams who are looking for London office space with meeting rooms included in the facilities, you can take advantage of our advanced search filters to find exactly what you are looking for. Search by location and pricing, and find office spaces that come with specialised meeting rooms for use the moment you move in.

    If you’re looking solely for meeting rooms to use without the office space, we can still help. Simply fill out the form below and we’ll help you find the meeting space you need, courtesy of etc.venues. All we need is the essentials to get started:

    How long can I rent a meeting room for?

    When renting a meeting room, your terms are flexible. Meeting rooms can be rented by the hour or by the day, depending on how long you need the space for. For teams who need meeting rooms for longer periods of time, you can take advantage of HubbleHQ’s search platform to find offices to rent that have the facilities you and your team needs.

    Can I find meeting rooms separate from an office space?

    You bet! Not everyone who looks for meeting room space in London wants the office that comes with it, especially if you only need the meeting room sparingly. Like office space, meeting rooms can be found everywhere in London, if you know where to look.

    Meeting rooms come in all shapes and sizes, with a host of facilities to meet your working needs. You can rent out meeting rooms hourly or daily, depending on your current needs. Additional facilities can be added to the meeting room you rent as needed to maximise productivity. Longer tenancies are available, if you need more time with the space to get your work done.

    Are there different types of meeting rooms available?

    Definitely. The type of meeting rooms you’ll find in London are as varied as the space they are found in. Meeting rooms can be used for many different tasks, and customised for the type of work you want to do in them.

    Meeting rooms to rent in London can be found by their size, location, and facilities they provide. For example, companies who are looking to host weekly conference calls might look for a meeting room that fits their entire team, with amenities including conference speakers, projector screens, and flipcharts. A media team looking to take advantage of a meeting room might opt for a smaller space optimised for photoshoots. A professional services team might look for a meeting room filled with tables, comfortable chairs, and a welcoming aesthetic that takes advantage of London’s views.

    What is a meeting room?

    To put it simply, a meeting room is a room specialised for hosting many people at once. It is a space that can be a part of an office or rented out separately. Meeting rooms can be found everywhere and can be used for a variety of purposes. Anything from conference calls, collaborative work, to private rooms where confidential information is discussed can be done in a meeting room. For teams who need to meet frequently to discuss their work or collaborate, meeting rooms are equipped to handle all the essentials.

    Depending on the needs of your team, you can find a host of meeting room spaces available for rent in London. Meeting rooms can be as simple or as sophisticated as your needs require, and are an excellent addition to any office space, no matter if you are a small startup company or a large business with a team of a hundred.

    Why should I use a meeting room?


    Meeting rooms are versatile spaces that can be used for many purposes that any team can take advantage of. They can be used for:

    • Team meetings
    • Collaborative work
    • Presentations
    • Photoshoots
    • Consultations
    • Private phone calls
    • Individual work
    • Workshops
    • Small events
    • Private phone calls


    Meeting rooms are completely private. They are excellent both for collaborative work and for meetings that might disturb the rest of the office.


    Many meeting rooms come equipped with everything that you need, including whiteboards, mobile chargers, and HDTVs needed to be productive.


    Meeting rooms give you a place that you can use to communicate with any team member that you have either working from home or are out of the office for the day.

    Nowadays, London is home to an increasing number of people who work from home. Over the past decade, the number of people working from home has increased by a quarter million, and the number is only rising. Today, 1.5 million people work from home. Having a meeting room makes sure that members of your team outside of the office remain connected to the rest of their team.

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