BMA House is a conference venue in central London, home to 22 event spaces with their own charms and personality. Whether you’re hosting a board meeting for eight senior team members or a full-day conference for 300 delegates, you’ll find the perfect room for your conference or meeting at our central London venue. We also have two stunning outdoor spaces – a Courtyard and an inspiring botanical Garden – in which you can entertain your guests during the summer months.
The Great Hall is our flagship room; a purpose-built conference venue in London with full audio-visual equipment and new hybrid facilities, an abundance of natural light and retractable theatre-style seating. The Great Hall combines state-of-the-art facilities and convenient travel links with original, historical features designed by Sir Edward Lutyens in 1911. Corinthian columns with gold-leaf detailing stand strong on each side of the Great Hall, and 28-foot-high ceilings and large windows give the venue a spacious and majestic feel.
With direct access to the Courtyard, the Paget room is a hidden gem for conferences and meetings in the city. Original Spanish mahogany panelling provides character and state-of-the-art A/V facilities mean no compromise on amenities for a smaller conference. The Paget room may be used alone or in conjunction with other spaces at BMA House for larger events.
Similar in size to the Paget room, the Snow room also has direct access to the Courtyard and is designed to inspire creativity with a light, bright atmosphere. Like all of our rooms, the Paget room boasts high-spec A/V equipment as well as a removable stage, making it an ideal meeting venue near Euston for those all-important travel links.
The Prince’s room showcases some of the venue’s most striking period features including Corinthian columns, gold leaf detailing and an impressive chandelier, a fireplace, large windows and a domed ceiling. Plus, access to the marble foyer: an impressive space for pre/post-event drinks. The Prince’s room can host up to 90 guests for conferences and meetings.
The Bevan suite is made up of two of our most interesting spaces: the Black room and the Lister-Fleming suite. Art deco features and a domed, barrelled ceiling give the room a unique feel ideal for inspiring creativity, and the in-built PA system, induction loop and video conferencing amenities mean no compromise on facilities in our smaller spaces.
Ideal for meetings and presentations, the Harvey room boasts views of the London city skyline from the third floor at BMA House, as well as a removable stage, in-built PA system, projector and more. The room includes all of the A/V facilities that you would expect from a London meetings venue alongside stunning views of the city and the convenience of city travel links with Euston station just a short walk away.