Venue details

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Conference

The main conference portion of the 2017 NACS Insight Convenience Summit – Europe takes place at St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel, 13-16 June 2017.

London Venue:

St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel
Euston Rd,
London
NW1 2QR

The event venue is situated in central London, with easy access from both Heathrow Airport (LHR) and London City Airport (LCY) and is located next to St Pancras International Railway Station – the Eurostar terminal for train connections from Paris and mainland Europe. See Travel advice

The St Pancras Renaissance is a luxury London icon & a model of modern hospitality. Behind the fairytale façade that Sir George Gilbert Scott fashioned for the Midland Grand is a 5-star London hotel like no other – one that mingles Victorian splendor with contemporary style and service. Step inside the spectacular glazed entrance hall where Victorian high society once alighted from horse-drawn cabs, and later, glide down the famous grand staircase to dinner in the Gilbert Scott Restaurant, the brilliant, fresh brasserie cuisine of Marcus Wareing awaits.

The hotel is located within a short taxi (or Tube) ride from London’s west end, Trafalgar Square, Convent Garden, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye and the South Bank on the river Thames.

About London

London is the natural meeting point for the world’s business networks. It is a leading city in the world’s economy and a centre of international trade and finance.

With 6 international airports London is one of the best connected cities in the world. You can reach London in less time from more places than any other destination.

Interesting facts about London:

  • 75% of the world’s top 500 companies have an office in London
  • 20% of Europe’s largest companies are based in London
  • London is the largest metropolitan area in the European Union
  • London has more international visitors than any other city in the world: 15.3 million per year. (Followed by Hong Kong 12m, Bangkok & Singapore 10m, Paris 8.7m and New York 7.7m)
  • More languages are spoken in London than in any other city in the world (270)
  • London is the only city to have hosted the Olympic games three times