Hotels

One of the advantages of running an event in London is that there are a huge range of hotels and other types of accommodation to suit a broad range of budgets.

Many delegates may have regular places they stay at when visiting London – either close to Heathrow or in the city centre. And infrequent or first-time visitors may also prefer to be at a hotel in town or at an Airbnb.

Suffice to say, if you use Booking.com or other hotel search engines, you’ll find something that suits your budget. If you are staying in town, somewhere close to a mainline train station to Kew Bridge (that’s the train from London Waterloo) will make for a quick and easy journey to the venue.

Local to the venue itself, we suggest you consider:

In Brentford:

if you want to be local, and enjoy riverside pubs and quirky museums, this is the place to stay!

Premier Inn London Kew Bridge: 15-min walk

Travelodge, London Kew Bridge: 11-min walk

Holiday Inn London – Brentford Lock: 30-min walk (15-min bus)

Hilton London Syon Park: 20-min bus

…and this may be geographically the nearest hotel, but this one is on the main road away from the river!

Novotel London Brentford: 14-min walk

In Kew:

close to the world-renowned Kew Gardens and a beautiful walk across The Thames to the conference venue

Kew Gardens Hotel: 25-min walk (15-min bus)

Premier Inn London Richmond: 22-min bus

In Chiswick:

up-market high street environment with plenty of restaurants and boutique shops

Clayton Hotel: 19-min walk

Soho House (High Road House): 40-min walk (22-min bus)

In Richmond:

an abundance of shops, restaurants, cinemas and a theatre on the banks of The Thames and with spectacular views

The Selwyn: 23-min bus

NOX Hotels Richmond: 23-min bus

Richmond Hill Hotel: 30-min bus

Harbour Hotel: 30-min bus

The Victoria (Gastropub): 50-min walk (35-min bus)