The Commonwealth Club has launched a specific meeting product aimed at time-poor business executives.
‘Boarding pass to Boardroom' is designed to meet the needs of business travellers who are in the capital for smaller meetings with clients or colleagues. Rather than having to book expensive meeting rooms, with their associated costs, or even perch in a lobby or coffee shop, The Commonwealth Club is offering a simple one-day business pass for £150.
Included in the cost is the hire of a meeting room for up to four guests, refreshments for the duration of the day, full business facilities and a working lunch. Time-poor executives, or those on the red-eye from the USA, can also make use of The Commonwealth Club's shower facilities.
The Commonwealth Club is a highly regarded meeting space in the very heart of London. Recognised as the centre for communication of ideas, The Club has hosted addresses from luminaries including Nelson Mandela and HM The Queen.
General Manager, Shaun Whitehouse said: "We are often asked for a quiet corner in The Club's lounge but all too often this isn't conducive to sensitive business meetings. We have created a very simple product that allows travellers without a London base a place to carry out their business when they are in town for the day."
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- Boarding Pass to Boardroom includes:
- Meeting room hire from 08.00 - 18.00 hrs
- Free Wi-Fi and internet connection
- Unlimited tea, coffee and water for the duration of the day (up to four guests)
- Light working lunch with bowl of fruit (up to four guests)
- Free laptop loan.
- The Commonwealth Club is home to the Royal Commonwealth Society - celebrating diversity and promoting education and multiculturalism.
- The Commonwealth Club is recognised across the globe as a centre for the exchange of ideas and knowledge - keynote addresses have been made by Prime Ministers, Nobel Prize winners, Presidents and Heads of State.
- Eight rooms are available for private meetings and events.
- Clients include PriceWaterhouse Coopers, BBC, The Arts Council, Financial Times.
- The Commonwealth Club, 25 Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5AP.
- Tel: 020 7766 9200