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Tuesday 6 May 2014 9.15am
I'm looking for some office space in the SE1 area that I can use adhocly for client meetings. I'm currently freelancing, and there's only so often you can take a client to a coffee shop.

So I'm just looking for a meeting room that I can use every now and again - maybe for 2 hours a couple of times a month.

Has anyone used anywhere before, or would recommend anywhere in the vicinity? Good internet connectivity is a must!
Friday 9 May 2014 2.29pm
Can't help you there mate but hope you find somewhere
Tuesday 8 July 2014 11.19am
At Novotel London Waterloo we have small meeting rooms that would be ideal for what you are looking for.
The rates depend on the time of the day and day of the week, but if it is something recurrent we can negotiate a fixed rate.
Let me know if this interests you.

Benedita Sousa
0207 793 5722
[email protected]
Friday 31 October 2014 4.27pm
Would holding the meeting in someone else's home appeal? I work for this startup that matches professionals with affordable workspace. let me know if it does! [email protected]
Monday 6 February 2017 3.04pm
Hey Andersan,

We have a bookable meeting room and fibre wifi in our office on Long Lane, SE1 4PR.

It's a bright, light, newly refurbished office. Very nice surroundings for a client meeting.

We have flexible desk space to rent also if that is something you'd want too.

PM me here or give me a call on 07894 012 211 for more info.

Monday 6 February 2017 3.22pm

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