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30 Euston Square’s 2016 Summer packages promise events like no other

30 Euston Square, home of the Royal College of General Practitioners, has revealed its Summer packages aimed at giving guests and delegates an event like no other.   The venue, which promises discreet, elegant and flexible event spaces with catering excellence, has made its combination of the State Rooms and Rooftop Terrace available from just £75 per person* with a capacity of up to 230 guests. This unique combination also offers up impressive entertainment options such as party games, dance floor and built in high quality AV.

Reduced rates are also available to ensure the fun doesn’t need to end with daytime events.  Day delegate rates for hire of both the State Rooms or 300-seat tiered Auditorium are just £80 per person. Combine this with a Summer Party package out on the Rooftop Terrace for a reduced rate of £60 per person* for the full experience or just £40 per person* for a BBQ party. Boutique Bedrooms are also available from £160 including a continental breakfast.


“As a genuine blue-sky corporate venue – we know how to make an unforgettable experience for delegates and our Summer party packages make those experiences great value,” said Yvette Chatwin, General Manager at 30 Euston Square. “The Rooftop Terrace really comes into its own during the Summer months with exquisite views and, coupled with the event spaces we have on offer, it really opens up so many possibilities for impressive events. The imaginative menus served up by our catering team add a flourish to any event we host making these packages unmissable for those looking to make memories for their delegates.”  

As well as special rates and new Summer menus, the 30 Euston Square team can also tailor events to ensure an event feels like a destination; themed nights and entertainment add an extra element to a celebration.

*minimum numbers apply. All prices are exclusive of VAT at prevailing rate.

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