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Meeting Rooms

Hire Our Board Room For Your Next Meeting In Central London

Meeting room to hire in historic building in John Street, London WC1

Our elegant 18th century building on Bloomsbury's John Street has a large first floor meeting room which can seat 8 people comfortably around a table.

High ceilings and huge windows looking out to the historic street below make this light and airy space a great choice for your next meeting.

Ideal space for creative brainstorming, recruitment interviews, executive development and training with small groups or just bringing your team together in a new and impressive space.

A receptionist will greet you and your guests and show you upstairs to the meeting room.

The room offers fast wi-fi, a 32 inch TV screen (with HDMI cable) and a whiteboard with pens.

The meeting room is available to rent on an hourly basis with no minimum stay time. If your meeting is scheduled for two hours, we can accommodate you.


  • £25 per hour
  • £90 for half day
  • £160 for full day

Transport Links

  • 7 minutes walk from Russell Square tube station
  • 7 minutes walk from Chancery Lane tube station
  • 15 minutes walk from Kings Cross - St Pancras station
  • 15 minutes walk from Farringdon station

Call us now on 020 7419 7999 to book your meeting or book online here or with Tagvenue or send over your meeting dates by email to book directly with us. Please include the date and time of your meeting in your email. We will send you a quote, with a link to book online on this website.

Electric Marketing's office was built in 18th century in John Street, London WC1
22 John Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 2BY
Meeting room overlooks 18th century John Street in Holborn, London WC1
Meeting room is 5m x 5.3m
Hallway and stairs leading to meeting room in office in John Street, London WC1
Hallway and stairs leading up to meeting room
Door to 22 John Street, London WC1
Entrance to 22 John Street