Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre (The)
The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre (QEIICC) was opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 1986.
An executive agency of the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG), the Centre is uniquely situated amongst Big Ben, Westminster Abbey an The Houses of Parliament.
The QEIICC combines this stunning location with unrivalled conference facilities, offering 29 conference and event spaces across 7 floors.
The Centre also provides a comprehensive range of in-house support services, all of which offer unrivalled knowledge of the building, expert staff, and products and services that are tailored to individual requirements.
Known as one of the most technologically intelligent conference centres in the UK, The QEIICC provides wireless internet access throughout, digital signage across seven floors and high definition audio visual equipment.
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The QEIICC welcomes corporate, association and public sector organisations from all over the world. Last year nearly 400 events were held at the Centre, catering for an average of more than 500 delegates each time. .