BMA House re-opens its majestic gates for the autumn events season with four new meeting rooms (additional 189.20 square metres of space) as part of a wider venue makeover. This follows the recent appointment of new caterer, Ampersand.
Rebecca Hurley, Deputy Head of Events at BMA House says: “We are thrilled to enhance our venue offering for our existing corporate clients and for those looking for a fresh meeting space in central London. Our four new rooms have unrivalled views and are equipped with the latest in conferencing facilities.”
The four new rooms are all named after inspiring figures in the medical profession and overlook the venue’s magnificent Courtyard or the picturesque Tavistock Square.
The Worcester room, Aldrich-Blake room, Magill room and Tudor-Hart room accommodate between 10 and 75 people and every room features first class AV facilities, LED Video Walls, Projection and Tele Conferencing, ergonomic chairs and an abundance of natural light.
The Courtyard has also been given a fresh look with new pavements and new colour for the doors. The stone work and statues have been professionally cleaned leaving them sparkling. While the kitchen has had a complete makeover ready for the busy conferencing season.
BMA House is a Grade II listed venue located in Bloomsbury offering a range of 29 spaces for meetings, conferences, private events and weddings for up to 320 guests. This includes two magnificent outdoor areas – the Courtyard and Garden. The venue is within walking distance of both Euston and Kings Cross stations.
For further information, visit: www.bmahouse.org.uk