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Business Travel in Cental London There’s no better place for wheeling and dealing than the lights of the big city, but many people heading to Central London on business look for hotels that offer them an element of escape between meetings.

If you’re looking for a central location but somewhere to act as a haven away from the busy environment, an escape is offered at The Marriott London County Hall [map], close to Westminster Bridge. This grand hotel dates back to 1922 and is a former government seat of The Lord Mayor of London. Today it’s a large 200-bedroom hotel and offers luxury accommodation.

For an equally luxurious stay, why not book into The Strand Palace Hotel [map], The Strand. This imposing example of art-deco finery has built up a great reputation amongst business travellers who enjoy some of the excellent facilities on offer.

The Radisson Hotel chain has a range of top class business facilities including group discounts on accommodation and conference rooms. There are six Radisson hotels in Central London and all are conveniently located for rail and tube stations.

Stay close to London’s main King’s Cross Station by booking your group into The Thistle Islington [map], King’s Cross Road. Accommodation doesn’t get more central than this and visitors can enjoy a range of professional facilities and a number of conference rooms.

If you’re still looking for the perfect place to host a conference there’s some excellent facilities located in Greater London and The City.
Try The Mermaid Conference Centre [map], Blackfriars, which is just metres from Blackfriars Station. The main auditorium benefits from a 70ft deep stage that can be set to revolve. There’s also a number of smaller function rooms.

One of the biggest and best conference centres in the UK can be found at The Barbican Centre [map], Silk Street. With facilities for more than 2,000 people there’s a range of conference rooms, theatres and auditoriums to choose from.

Finding the perfect setting to introduce a product to the world is often tricky, but many international professionals turn to The Media Centre at The London Stock Exchange, which is an exciting and unusual venue.

Planning to treat your work force? Then check out Fabric [map] , Charterhouse Street, which offers a range of large rooms for both corporate events and evening entertainment.

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