The best and most unusual places for business meetings in London

Unusual places for business meetings
Beach Blanket Babylon: The one where you can eat in a crypt First of all, a word of caution: if you don’t want something too far removed from the traditional meeting room then continue to the next page. Beach Blanket Babylon serves a purpose and that’s to impress, inspire and ensure a little fun is to be had.

After all, there is nothing normal about Beach Blanket Babylon – it probably holds top position in terms of unusual places to hold business meetings. The restaurant occupies an old Georgian house in the heart of Notting Hill, styled around a French country chateau theme. We’re talking chandeliers, open fireplaces and faces on the wall.

It’s renowned for its cocktails and offers rooms that can be hired exclusively. Much like Tower Bridge, these private rooms require a substantial amount of guests. Once you have the numbers, however, you can even choose to hire a decadent grotto.

You don’t need to book a room to have a successful meeting here though. There’s substantial space to grab a table and blend in with the restaurant’s non-corporate guests.

If you’re not happy with this type of theme then there’s a Monopoly experience you may want to check out.

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