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Marconi Room

Accommodating up to 80 guests, the Marconi room with state-of-the-art digital facilities can work as a standalone event space or as part of a wider suite in conjunction with events in the Kelvin Lecture Theatre.

Subject to the set-up, this room’s capacity can be doubled when booked with the interconnecting Haslett Room.

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This room is ideal for...

  1. Meetings
  2. Training
  3. Networking events
  4. Drinks receptions or dinners
  5. Exhibitions
  6. Registration and catering area as part of a wider conference
  7. Breakout or parallel streams.

What’s included in meeting room hire?

  1. Complimentary Wi-Fi
  2. The use of a flipchart and pens
  3. The use of writing pads and pens for all delegates dependant on set up
  4. Bottled still water
  5. Wall-mounted flat-screen HD display for branding or content display
  6. Functionality to send video and audio signals to any room
  7. Built-in sound system
  8. Option to interconnect with the Haslett Room.

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From sit-down fine dining dinners to informal buffets, barbeques and cocktail parties, we can cater for all kinds of events, no matter how formal or casual.

Browse our latest menus or find out more about our catering team.

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Marconi Room hire costs

The price of hiring the Marconi Room includes all of the above facilities and excludes VAT. Catering can also be explored at an additional cost.

For more information view our current room hire costs.

Maximum capacity

80 (Reception)  

Day rate

(8am to 5pm)


Half day rate



Evening rate

(6pm to 11pm)


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Marconi Room   30   80   36   30   40   80   70   30  
Blumlein Rooms   30   80   36   30   40   80   64   -  
Flowers Room   18   120   42   36   50   120   70   24  
Haslett Room   18   120   48   36   50   120   65   24  
Lovelace Room   30   80   36   30   40   80   70   30  
Mountbatten Exhibition Room   30   80   54   36   50   100   80   36  
Watson-Watt Room   32   100   48   45   50   100   80   36  

Did you know?

This room is named after Nobel Prize winner Guglielmo Marconi, an Italian electrical engineer known for his pioneering work on long-distance radio transmission, radio telegraph system and the development of Marconi’s Law.

Representing a celebration of innovation and breakthroughs in engineering and technology, this room and many others at Savoy Place provide a fitting space to host events with a similar focus.

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