London is the second most visited city in the world after Hong Kong. In 2014 the Big Smoke welcomed over 17 million visitors, generating £24bn for the UK economy. The UK capital is worldwide known not only as a tourist destination but also as an international conference hub, hosting hundreds of national and international conferences each year. From the Royal College of Anaesthetists and Chatham House to the Barbican, Earl’s Court Olympia and Cass Business School, all will be hosting Summer Conferences for 2016.
This is no surprise because London’s strategic position and unrivalled academic prominence coupled with an international network of think tank organisations, and a leading finance sector are the key ingredients which make the capital a prime location for a vast array of international events.
Over the summer London will host Medical Summits, Business Events, including International Affairs Seminars and Fundraising Events. The capital’s multitude of available venues for all sorts of meetings and summits, along with an enviable transport network make organising an international event relatively easy.
When thinking about attending a conference in another city, one of the first thoughts is the accommodation issue. Booking a hotel room in London at certain times of the year is a pricey and tiring affair. We also know that when you spend all day in between speeches, workshops and presentations the only thing you wish for is having booked a nice room somewhere quiet, to relax and unwind after a busy day.
Your Apartment has serviced apartments in multiple locations across London and southern Hertfordshire. All our apartments offer the same comfort of a hotel room with the added bonus of more space, privacy and independence. They have wifi and a parking space and are all perfectly connected to central London is close to major transport links.
If you are ready to attend we look forward to welcoming you to Your Apartment soon!
Chatham House – Royal Institute of International Affairs
Cass Business School – Business
Royal College of Anaesthetists – Medicine
Royal Society of Medicine – Medicine
The Barbican – Third Sector – Fundrising
Earl’s Court Olympia – various topics