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Meetings and Conference Venue in Mayfair - London

Holiday Inn London Mayfair has always been an attractive proposition when it comes to location. Green Park underground station links Heathrow Airport and our on-site car park with valet parking means coming by car couldn't be easier. 

When it comes to meetings and events at Holiday Inn London Mayfair, nothing is overlooked, except Green Park! We have two meeting rooms which have been completely restyled and refurbished and both are adaptable to meet your banqueting, training and conference needs. To read more about the refurbishment of our meeting rooms, click here.

Stay connected with wireless internet access and Seattle’s Best Coffee will help to keep you going through the day. For meeting breaks, we have just launched a brand new concept Food for Thought - fresh food packed with energy to keep focused for longer. Our experienced meeting organiser will listen to your requirements to ensure your needs are catered for.

If you're planning an event that you want your guests to remember, in a location that's easy for them to get to, in a hotel that has simply never looked better, then look no further than Holiday Inn London Mayfair.

An impressive name, an impressive venue.

Central London Meeting and Conference Rooms

We have two excellent rooms available for your business meetings in Mayfair, both of which offer natural daylight, air conditioning and wireless access to the web. The well-appointed Buckingham Suite boasts superb views over nearby Green Park and Piccadilly. 

The Stratton Suite, accommodating up to 60 guests for a seated presentation or 100 for a reception style event, has recently been redecorated with a smart, new style and has its own breakout lounge area.

The Buckingham Suite has been completely refurbished and accommodates up to 25 guests for a seated presentation or is perfect for a boardroom style meeting for up to 16 people. 

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