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Situated in the very centre of London, with easy access by car, bus or underground at Goodge Street Station.
Where else can you find a venue for your event that s inspired novelists, attracted directors to shoot films, television programmes and advertisements and played host to top fashion shows, product launches and gala dinners?
Senate House in leafy Bloomsbury is one of the capital s best known landmark buildings, combining style, grandeur and history with modern conferencing facilities. Since 1936, it s captured the imagination of everyone involved with it - from its creator architect Charles Holden to dignitaries, celebrities, delegates, students and visitors. Now you can be part of its history.
From cocktail parties to conferences, gala dinners to garden receptions and meetings to matrimonies: make your event memorable with Senate House. You can choose from 19 beautifully appointed spaces, including custom designed seminar rooms, wood panelled lecture theatres, elegant function rooms and versatile rooftop and garden spaces.
Recent multi-million pound investment has equipped Senate House with programmable lighting, energy efficient heating and full network access, blending its impressive cultural legacy with state of the art technology for supreme comfort and flexibility.
You re in safe hands with Senate House. Our experienced event managers will work with you to create flawless conferences, exciting launch parties and memorable award ceremonies in a beautiful building designed to offer you freedom and versatility. To complement your event, our hospitality team will create imaginative menus from working lunches and wedding breakfasts to bespoke canap�s and formal banqueting.
You ll find Senate House in thriving Bloomsbury, just a few minutes walk from Euston, Kings Cross and St Pancras stations.
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