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Lower Ground Two

Bailey Room

About the Bailey Room

This modern, small and functional meeting room located on lower ground 2 floor, is the smallest space within the venue. It is ideal for a meeting or interview for up to six people. This can be used for a day meeting where delegates are able to use Brasserie One for their lunch break or room service style catering can also be provided.

It is very close to six other similar rooms on the same floor including the Rankine and Cubitt rooms.

It is named after Sir Donald Coleman Bailey, OBE (15 September 1901 – 5 May 1985) who was a British civil engineer who invented the Bailey bridge. It is considered generally recognised that the Bailey bridge assisted with the victory of the Second World War.

Products and Services

  • Unlimited water
  • Pads, pens and sweets
  • Flipcharts
  • Catering and refreshments
  • Full wheelchair accessibility, guide dogs allowed
  • Central air conditioning
  • Electrically-operated projection screen
  • Connectivity to high specification Tandberg video-conferencing
  • Complimentary superfast Wi-Fi
  • Dedicated bandwidths addresses also available
  • Other Audio Visual services available on request


Length 5.70 m
Width 3.35 m
Height 2.30 m
Area 19.20 sq m


Boardroom style 6
Theatre style 6
Classroom style -
Stand up buffet / reception -
Seated lunch / dinner -
Seated buffet -

Equipment Included as Standard

Projection screen Yes


Fixed downlights 6
Dimmers Yes

Power and Communications

Number of 13 amp sockets 2
Telephone points Yes
Cat 5 cabling Yes
Wireless and wired broadband internet access Yes
ISDN On request

Main Access

Door width 0.80 m
Door height 2.15 m