London Chicago Booth London Conference Centre
Occupying a total of 43,796 square feet at One Bartholomew Close in Barts Square, Chicago Booth’s London Conference Centre provides a superb location for events and education within one of the world’s leading centres of banking, finance, and tech.
Our space spans three floors and includes an abundance of options that can be customised to your needs, as follows:
- Grand Hall serves as the largest event space with maximum 250 theatre or 96 in a cabaret style
- MBA classroom seats 104 and has natural light
- Executive classroom seats 52 and has natural light
- 4 x conference rooms that can seat between 4-22 boardroom layout
- 15 x study rooms and 7 office spaces for breakout sessions
- 4 x lounges that can be used for catering or exhibitionsEnquire about this Venue
Chicago Booth’s London Conference Centre is within easy walking distance (5-10mins) of four tube stations that will connect you to the main lines and rail network:
St Pauls - 5 mins walk/0.2 miles, Central, District and Circle lines
Barbican - 6 mins walk/0.3 miles, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City
Farringdon - 7 mins walk/0.4miles, Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City, Elizabeth lines
Moorgate - 11 mins walk/0.5 miles, Circle, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan, Northern, Elizabeth lines
|Summary of facilities and capacities|
|Vacation availability||Year round anytime|
|Theatre style (maximum)||250||250|
|Cabaret style (maximum)||96||96|
|Exam style (maximum)||104||104|
|Boardroom style (maximum)||22||22|
|Exhibition space (sq metres)||300||300|
|Meeting room only rates from||£300.00||£300.00|
With state-of-the-art AV we are one of not many venues in London where every single room is hybrid enabled.
As every Booth campus, we have our impressive wall of Nobel Laureates - all of whom were educated at or affiliated with the university when they did their path-breaking research.
The walls of our London campus are adorned with over 50 works of art that not only enhance the physical environment in which our students, staff and faculty work, but form a collection specifically curated to align with the intellectual mission of the school.
The London collection is called “Unapologetically” and features art from both established and emerging artists that addresses questions such as economic and cultural globalization, the role of the media, gender and racial identity, and the role of memory.