BMA House is perfectly situated in the fashionable Bloomsbury area of central London, between Kings Cross, St Pancras, Euston and Russell Square stations, with excellent road links. Home to the British Medical Association since 1925, the house was designed by the famed architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. In 2008 the house underwent significant development creating impressive and versatile event spaces, all of which retain their original Grade II listed features.
With red brick, Corinthian columns and grand archways, BMA House is perfect for your event. 27 purpose built meeting rooms are on offer, including the splendid Prince’s Room accessed from a unique art deco hallway, an ornate space with intricately painted gold leaf. The flagship Great Hall stands 28 feet high with luxurious retractable seating, state of the art audio-visual equipment and full black out facilities. Delegate microphones and voting system are also available. Award winning catering is provided on site, offering a variety of menus and wines from fine dining to working lunches. BMA House also boasts a courtyard and garden offering tranquil outdoor space so rarely found in London.
Equally impressive, the Lutyens Suite comprises of the Sir James Paget Room featuring Spanish Mahogany pillars and the John Snow Room, a spacious room with an abundance of natural daylight retaining many of its original features.
Sat Nav Postcode: WC1H 9JZ
Venue Contact: Events Team