Meetings and Events

At Corinthia London, we are committed to making your event successful through meticulous attention to detail and flawless execution. Your guests will enjoy a seamless experience in the hands of our professional and caring teams, who are on-hand at all times. We understand the importance of precise efficiency and sharp technology, as we provide the perfect, undisturbed meeting space.

Go ahead with your event Booking Benefits

  • 10% commission on events
  • One complimentary delegate per every 15 when booked as part of Day Delegate Package
  • Complimentary office space for meeting organiser when booking a Ballroom event
  • One complimentary room night per 20 nights
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

Private dining Rooms

Discover our secluded spots that are ideal for hosting business dinners and banquets. 

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Our Promise

Prompt and personalised response

We will acknowledge your enquiry within three hours and provide a tailored proposal within 24 hours

 

Precautionary measures

We have a designated health & safety coordinator on-hand at each property and are confident that every precaution has been taken, and every foreseeable risk area considered and mitigated. An exhaustive list of our precautionary procedures is available on corinthia.com/covid

Personal support

We will provide you with a dedicated and accomplished event manager who is on-hand to assist at every step, and to share insider tips on how to design and deliver the perfect event

Bespoke landing page on Corinthia.com

We will design and create a webpage specially for your event, including event details, agendas, maps, menus and city guides. Your delegates and guests can also book their accommodation directly through your customised web page

Between Meetings in London

The city that never stops, there is always something to explore here. When the business is over, find time for some leisure.

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Did you Know?

The names of the meeting rooms are taken from the Battle of Trafalgar.

Nelson's plan was to form two columns from his fleet, one of which he led on the ship,
Victory, with Captain Hardy as Commander. The second column was led by Admiral Lord Collingwood. Admiral Sir Edward Codrington was Commander of the ship Orion, one of the other 33 ships which played a pivotal role in the battle.