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From convention hotels and budget chains to great value university accommodation or trendy boutique properties, London is capable of meeting all requirements and budgets.

The city currently boasts over 116,000 hotel bedrooms, as well as an additional 17,000 university beds. The hotel portfolio is set to grow further over the next few years.


The QEII Centre has a superb location in central London; thousands of hotel rooms are only a short walk away. All of the hotels are easily accessible either by foot or by public transport.

By virtue of their proximity to the QEII Centre they are also close to some of the city’s most impressive attractions, including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the South Bank.

  1. Conrad London St. James
  2. St Ermine’s Hotel London
  3. St James Court Hotel
  4. Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Hotel
  5. The Royal Horseguards
  6. Doubletree by Hilton Hotel
  7. London Marriott Hotel County Hall
  8. Park Plaza Westminster
  9. Grange Rochester
  10. Grange Wellington
  11. Shangri-La Hotel
  12. Amba Hotel Charing Cross
  13. Claridge’s
  14. Sofitel London St James
  15. Corinthia Hotel London
  16. Hub by Premier Inn London Westminster
  17. Club Quarters Trafalgar Square
  18. The Grand at Trafalgar Square
  19. Marriot Hotel County Hall
  20. Park Plaza Victoria

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Special Congress rates and allocations will be secured for the Congress
dates and these consolidated with free market pricing rates within the same booking environment, drawing from over 100 rate providers.

This will ensure that delegates will be offered the best rates available at the time of booking. Accommodation rates for 2022 will be secured a year in advance of the Congress.



London has a large range of quality budget hotels across the city….

Two nationwide chains have rooms across the city. Travelodge currently has 40 hotels in London, with over 5,800 rooms available. Premier Inn has over 20 hotels in central London. London also offers a growing number of private apartments that can be rented for a short stay through the likes of Airbnb. There is also a wide choice of guest houses and bed & breakfast accommodation that can be booked by individuals.

University rooms are available to rent over the summer and offer a value alternative to hotels. The Congress Organisers intend to negotiate university accommodation allotments and make these available via the congress website.