2-8 Great Suffolk Street, SE1 OUG
2-8 Great Suffolk Street, SE1 OUG
Hilton London Bankside leads the next generation of Hilton Hotels, combining style and glamour with the eclectic vibe of London’s authentic Bankside. Our stunning event space can accommodate a variety of events, from small and intimate, to larger, more spectacular celebrations catering from 8 to 700 guests. From a large scale conference and gala dinners, to bespoke meetings and training facilities, our team of expert event planners are on hand to make sure your experience at Hilton Bankside is faultless. Implementing Hilton’s EventReady program means that guest can be assured of a safe and secure event. With CleanStay by Hilton standards insuring the highest level of cleanliness, to flexible contract solutions, social distanced set up, hybrid events and creative F&B offerings, we are EventReady when you are.
Based in the heart of Bankside south of the River Thames, the hotel is easily accessible by bus, train, river or tube. Only a 7-minute walk from Blackfriars station with direct rail connections to London’s Gatwick and Luton airports, as well as the Circle and District tube lines. Southwark tube station
is a brief 3-minute walk and connects to the Jubilee line. London Bridge and Waterloo Stations are both within walking distance and are easily accessible by bus. Parking can be found nearby at Union Car Parks, Great Suffolk St, SE1 0UE.
The hotel has 292 modern guest rooms, including 25 bespoke Suites and one beautiful Penthouse apartment with private terrace as well as an Executive Lounge, 11 flexible meeting rooms and leisure facilities including a fitness studio and indoor swimming pool.
The Bankside Ballroom, accessed by a private entrance and grand sweeping staircases, is one of London’s most striking venues complete with bespoke chandeliers, 6-meter high ceilings, a beautiful balcony overlooking the main floor and state-of-the-art technology. Catering for up to 700 guests, this space is perfect for a large scale conference, product launches, a Gala dinner, private events and weddings.
The London Floor
Hilton London Bankside also has 11 flexible meeting rooms on the London Floor for smaller gatherings and breakout spaces catering for up to 240 people. All are furnished with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, bespoke Bankside notebooks and a stationery box.
The AGORA is a meeting room like no other. Designed to create the perfect work environment, this comfortable, colourful and warm room dispels the reputation of the ‘clinical’ meeting room. The 75inch screen connects wirelessly to your devices meaning you can kick off without any frustrating delays. But the real show-stopping features of the room are the multi-sensory details scientifically proven to enhance innovation and productivity.
Prices available upon request and subject to availability and demand
The hotel is fully accessible
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Sarah Grant, GKN
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Richard Rodger, Hailsham Chambers
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