Meetings and Events

At Corinthia London, we see no distinction between a hotel for business and a hotel for pleasure, only the single objective of a great hotel. From an undisturbed meeting space to a landmark event, the best technology, personalised service and finest cuisine are incorporated to ensure your event is remembered for the right reasons.

We are here to support you

We are ready to host your meeting and event during these unprecedented times. 

We have new, precautionary procedures in place but our commitment to make your event successful remains unchanged.


Sanitising stations outside the meeting room

Individual Bento boxes for lunch as a buffet alternative

PSAV virtual meetings packages

Digital communication to relay requests to the Operations Team on the day

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
  • Flexible cancellation for groups and events until June 2021. T&Cs apply
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

Interactive room diagrams

Explore our event spaces, create your ideal set-ups and more


Go ahead with your meeting

Following the latest government guidelines, we are pleased to host your events for up to 50% of our regular capacities.

Venues capacity

Private dining Rooms

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


Corinthia Rewards

Book with us to secure added extras like a penthouse stay

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.


Your Special Day Made unforgettable

Pioneers in the art of celebration, we love nothing more than a soirée at Corinthia London. Gather your loved ones around you and start your married life in style.

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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.

Our Promises

  • Complimentary upgrade for group organiser
  • Customised landing page on
  • Specially designed menus
  • Personal on-the-day support