Over 1 Gbps
Largest Meeting Room
4241 ft2 / 394 m2
etc.venues County Hall is as stunning on the inside as it is on the outside with over 68,000 sq ft of multi use event space over two floors for conferences, meetings and events. Situated on London's Southbank it is in a great location with breathtaking views over The Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye.The County Suite can accommodate up to 400, but when combined with the multi purpose event space, The Thames Suite - we can cater for 900 (who get to enjoy those enviable views!). This fantastic space is supported by a range of smaller conference suites and meeting rooms as well as exclusive use opportunities and private dining options. The etc.venues design team have sympathetically restored this charming building keeping original features coupled with high quality design in classic copper and velvety tones. All of this and only minutes away from Waterloo and Westminster stations.
In the iconic County Hall building opposite Westminster and The Houses of Parliament with amazing views across The Thames. Within 5 minutes walk of both Westminster and Waterloo stations and many convenient bus routes.
A range of meeting, training and event spaces that can cater for small intimate meeting groups all the way up to large conferences and exhibitions. Situated over two floors, the venue is incredibly flexible.
All events are supported by an award winning event team who are onsite and easily accessible throughout your event.
Dining & Entertainment
etc.venues have on-site Chefs who prepare breakfast, lunch and snacks throughout the day. Evening packages are also available, and the team can provide a networking canapes receptions, bento box style or seated banquets.
Recreation & Leisure
In the heart of the tourist hot spot near the London Eye, its one of the few venues in London that you can actually travel to by riverboat! Situated on The Southbank which runs alongside the River Thames and is home to many of London's top tourists spots including The National Theatre, The London Aquarium and the London Dungeon.