Ground Floor Meeting Room 18

Capacity for up to 40 guests

Natural Light
Audio Conferencing
Technical support
Air Conditioning
Wall Screen

About Meeting Room 18

G18. is one of the largest meeting rooms at 30 Euston Square. At 36 m² that is space for up to 40 delegates in a theatre-style layout which makes it popular for workshops, training days and seminars.

This space comes equipped with state of the art AV technology including a drop-down screen and projector. You’ll also have access to whiteboards, flipcharts and stationary.


Setup & Capacity

  • Area: 36 m2
  • Ceiling height: 2.3 m
  • Boardroom: 16
  • Theatre: 30
  • Classroom: 16
  • Cabaret: 20
  • U-shaped: 18

Perfect for

Away Days | Brainstorms | Co-Creation | Desk Workspace | Meetings | Product Launches | Research | Training | Workshop | Idea Generation


  • Private
  • Natural light
  • Quiet
  • Toilets
  • Disabled access
  • Reception
  • Elevator
  • Whiteboards
  • Breakout spaces
  • Air conditioning
  • HD projector
  • Technical support
  • Video recording
  • Audio recording
  • Audio-conferencing
  • Video conferencing
  • Parking nearby
  • Web streaming
  • Stationery


Whatever the event, we promise delicious and beautifully presented cuisine to impress the most discerning of guests. We use the freshest, seasonal ingredients, sourced from suppliers we know and trust. Our executive chefs have developed a style of cooking classic menus of cosmopolitan origin that benefit from modern influence and complement the traditional yet current atmosphere of 30 Euston Square. They have a talent for turning each dish into a gourmet experience.

Make Your Meetings Count

Meeting Room 18 is available for day hire (from 8.00am – 5.00pm) at £800.00

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