BMA House

  • From £80.00 per person
  • Group size Min: 8 Max: 640
  • Address BMA House
    Tavistock Square
    London
    WC1H 9JP
BMA House
BMA House
BMA House

BMA House is a Grade II listed building; home to the British Medical Association and designed in 1911 by Sir Edwin Lutyens. The building is centred on a courtyard with memorial fountain. The Garden is also famous for being the grounds to the house of Charles Dickens where he is said to have written some of his most famous novels. It has 23 versatile spaces, including 11 purpose built meeting rooms ranging from eight delegates to conference space for up to 320 delegates. Located in the heart of London's Bloomsbury the venue is accessible within walking distance from mainline stations including: Euston, Kings Cross and Russell Square tube.

#DidYouKnow That BMA House played host to Nike for their hospitality house during the London 2012 Olympic Games! The Great Hall was a games room for athlete‚Äôs families and half of the Hall stored over 4,000 Nike running shoes! 

Delegate rates

  • Day Delegate Rate from:

    Room hire, (separate catering room if minimum numbers are met) three servings of tea & coffee & refreshments, fruit bowl, buffet lunch, flavoured water and AV equipment.

    £80.00 inc VAT

Room capacities

Suite name Theatre Reception Cabaret Banqueting
Anderson Barnes Suite 70 80 28 -
Courtyard Suite 120 150 64 -
Great Hall 294 320 130 200
Murrell Room 55 70 28 -
Murrell Barnes Suite 88 100 42 -
Paget Room 156 160 80 120
Prince's Room 70 90 42 54
Snow Room 105 160 64 100
Worcester Room 72 75 30 30
Great Hall & Lutyens Suite - 640 - -
Lutyens Suite - 320 - -

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