One fine body…
This year the conference will take place at The Mermaid Theatre - the first built in London since the time of Shakespeare.
The Mermaid London
London EC4V 3DB
The Mermaid Theatre is a 1 minute walk from Blackfriars over- and underground station, serving the Circle and District Line.
Our Wednesday evening get-together will take place at the Fable - a bar and restaurant located close to the conference venue. We look forward to welcoming you for drinks and networking just before we kick-off our main conference days.
The Fable is located at:
52 Holborn Viaduct
This year's conference dinner location gives you insights into the history of London. At the Museum of London all participants will congregate for dinner, networking, entertainment and, most importantly, a great atmosphere.
Museum of London
150 London Wall
London EC2Y 5HN
The following hotels are merely suggestions within 10 minutes by foot or subway from the conference venue, in the range of €85,- to €225,- per night for the 20th to 22nd of June 2018. There are more than 1,500 hotels in London and we also recommend using websites such as booking.com, hrs.com or airbnb.com to find your accommodation.
Hotel Motel One London Tower Hill
24-26 Minories, London EC3N 1BQ, UK
Premier Inn London Blackfriars
1-2 Dorset Rise, London EC4Y 8EN, UK
Novotel London Blackfriars Hotel
46 Blackfriars Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8NZ, UK
Novotel London Tower Bridge Hotel
10 Pepys St, London EC3N 2NR, UK
Best Western Victoria Palace
60-64 Warwick Way, Pimlico, London SW1V 1SA, UK
Hotel ibis London Blackfriars
49 Blackfriars Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8NZ, UK
Holiday Inn Express London - Southwark
Snow House, 103-109 Southwark St, London SE1 0JQ, UK
Premier Inn London City Tower Hill
22-24 Prescot St, London E1 8BB, UK
Premier Inn London City Aldgate
66 Alie St, Whitechapel, London E1 8PX, UK
ibis budget London Whitechapel Hotel
100 Whitechapel Rd, London E1 1JG, UK
easyHotel London Victoria
34-40, Belgrave Rd, Pimlico, London SW1V 1RG, UK
With over 2,000 years of history, there are more iconic buildings and landmarks in London than pretty much any other city in the world.
Free culture. From museums to art galleries, verdant royal parks to art house exhibitions, London is one of the few cities in the world where you can see a masterpiece for absolutely nothing at all.
Well, because, the Queen. She also represents over 1000 years of British tradition, values and democracy.
With over 8.4 million trees, 300,000 gardens and hectares upon hectares of green space, London is pretty much the UN definition of a National Park.
London is one of the most multicultural cities on the planet. Over the last seven years, the city has arguably become the babel of the modern world. Amazingly, the ‘Big Smoke’ is home to more than 270 nationalities and 300 languages.
Whatever the season, London is spellbindingly beautiful.
Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf, George Orwell and Oscar Wilde,— London is the world’s greatest literary hub.
From cutesy farmers markets to street food meccas, you’ll find any cuisine you want here.
Screw public transport (even if it is the best system in the world), London is the most walkable city on the planet. Trust us, there’s nothing better than a walk along the Thames.
It’s the performing arts capital of the world.
You’re never more than 7 meters from a pub. Londoners love their pubs. So much in fact, that there are over 7,000 pubs in the capital alone.
London has an awesome music history – David Bowie, Amy Winehouse, The Clash, Adele, Queen, George Michael, need we say more.
Londoners have incredible resilience. They are a defiant bunch and whatever happens, business will continue as normal.