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Meetings


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Meetings

With its premier Knightsbridge location and elegant accommodation, Bvlgari Hotel London adds prestige to all manner of meetings, events and conferences.

 

Event spaces marry form and function, offering the latest technologies including video conferencing, and are flexible enough to suit occasions of all sizes, both corporate and social.

 

For large parties, the Ballroom can seat up to 150 guests, or up to 280 for standing receptions with the adjoining Ballroom Foyer.

For smaller meetings and gatherings, a selection of boardrooms and private offices are available, as well as the option of hosting presentations in the 47-seat Private Cinema.

 

Supported by excellent service, exquisite guest bedrooms and the unparalleled Bvlgari Spa, meetings at the Hotel are an unforgettable experience in the heart of London.


Boardroom


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Boardroom

Located in one of the quietest parts of the Hotel and named after Lord Marshall of Knightsbridge — an internationally acclaimed business leader and captain of British industry — the boardrooms are specifically designed for business meetings, and offer tranquil spaces to discuss, debate and inspire.

 

Lord Marshall rooms I and II can each seat ten guests but are usually combined to create a single larger room that seats up to 16. The space is fully equipped with conferencing equipment including an 85” 4K ultra high-definition screen and video call camera.

 

Two other rooms, Lord Marshall III and IV, feature the same sleek mahogany and silver interiors and seat up to seven guests. Combined, they can host up to 16.

 

Guests of the Lord Marshall rooms can choose from a number of dining and refreshment options, while a private seating area immediately outside Rooms I and II provides a break-out space for relaxing and reconvening throughout the day.


Business Offices


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Business Offices

For intimate groups, two business offices provide privacy, comfort and the latest innovations. Seating up to six, they are ideal for interviews or conference calls. Each office allows guests to connect their computers to the wall-mounted high-definition displays and includes WiFi for video conferencing, and a separate desktop computer is available for printing and photocopies.


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The Cinema

Providing a unique space in which to host film premiers, business presentations or press announcements, Bvlgari Hotel London’s luxurious Private Cinema offers the most advanced cinema-quality HD sound and vision, including 4K resolution in 2D or the latest Dolby 3D.

 

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