Looking to hold a meeting, seminar, or lecture in the summer in London but don’t want to be held up in a stuffy office hidden away from London’s best summer locations?
We have the perfect seasonal setting for you. Here are the main reasons why having a meeting with us in the summer reaps the benefits.
- Studies have shown that having natural light in meetings is very beneficial for the productivity of your colleagues and peers. It will maximise your team’s attention, keep them awake and alert and can help bring fresh ideas to the table.
- In the summer months, our Montague room with its large glass windows and doors can be open out onto a patio. This is perfect for a lunch meeting, as you get to enjoy the sunshine in-between breaks.
- We are located in the heart of London’s city escapes, with every direction from our centre leading to the city’s most scenic squares including; Russell Square, Bloomsbury Square and Soho Square. Instead of being confined to the hustle of busy city offices, you can take a walk between breaks and enjoy the city oasis’.
- London is renowned for being one of the best cities to take in the sunnier months. Even though we have excellent transportation links around the city and outside of London, we also have a Santander cycle point located outside our offices, if you wanted to skip the tubes and soak up the sun. Our study centre is a 15 minute cycle away from one of the largest Royal parks, Regents Park, one of London’s most popular open spaces.
- Russell Squares’ ‘The Café in the Gardens’ is a Parkside retreat offering lunch items and all-day breakfasts’, enjoy a coffee or light bite whilst people watching in the outside seating they have to offer.
- To save some money and enjoy the surrounding parks even more, you can buy a takeout meal from a variety of different restaurants surrounding Monticello House and sit in the squares around the building to enjoy your lunch in the sunshine. Check out our previous blog of what to do around Monticello House to find all the best bites around the centre!