Lower Ground Two

Brassey Room



About the Brassey Room

Modern in style and located on the lower ground 2 floor, this is the largest single room on this floor. The layout of the room is flexible and ideal to be used as a boardroom (up to 20 people), workshop session, training or breakout room in conjunction with a large conference. This can be used as a day meeting where delegates can use Brasserie One for their lunch break or room service style catering can also be provided. The room can also be hired out on an hourly rate basis.

The room is very close to 6 other similar rooms on the same floor including the Bailey and Bruce White rooms.

The room is named after Thomas Brassey who was responsible for building much of the world's railways in the 19th century. As well as railway engineering, he oversaw the building of part of the London sewerage system, still in operation today, and was a major shareholder in Brunel's The Great Eastern, the only ship large enough at the time to lay the first transatlantic telegraph cable across the North Atlantic, in 1864.

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

Dimensions

Length 8.60 m
Width 4.70 m
Height 2.30 m
Area 40.42 sq m

Capacities

Boardroom style 20
Theatre style 24
Classroom style 16
Stand up buffet / reception 25
Seated lunch / dinner 20
Seated buffet 20

Equipment Included as Standard

Projection screen Yes

Lighting

Fixed downlights 16
Dimmers Yes

Power and Communications

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

Main Access (Double Doors)

Door width 1.70 m
Door height 2.22 m