On a quiet corner tucked away from the hubbub of Covent Garden, you will find Hudson House, a grand, Grade II listed property designed by Edwin Lutyens in 1904.  The impressive site is home to dazzling meeting rooms and office suites. 

With ornate fixings, high ceilings and gorgeous Georgian windows, you would be hard pressed to find a more elegant backdrop for your business. Hudson House's interior has been finished to the highest standard, and features gems like original fireplaces and entranceways.


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020 3008 8888

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Covent Garden and Leicester Square underground stations are close by, while Charing Cross station is within short walking distance.


Hudson House

Hudson House - Hudson Room


The Hudson Room

Hudson House, 8 Tavistock Street, London, WC2E 7PP

  • 6 people
  • 55/hr
Hudson House - Lutyens Room


The Lutyens Room

Hudson House, 8 Tavistock Street, London, WC2E 7PP

  • 8 people
  • 70/hr
Hudson House - Meeting room two


Meeting Room 2

Hudson House, 8 Tavistock Street, London, WC2E 7PP

  • 4 people
  • 45/hr

About Midtown

Spanning three distinct districts, Midtown may be one of London’s newer areas, but it lacks none of its heart. Within this trio you have the brilliant Bloomsbury, Holborn and St Giles. This seat of learning really is London’s vibrant centre.

Where the West End traditionally covered retail and the City claimed the crown for the finance industry, Midtown is the epicentre for a cross-section of industries and universities. Giants from law, media, academia and technology all have their offices here. All that’s missing is your enterprise.

Luckily, it’s not all business. With the West End and Covent Garden close by, our members can unwind with a spot of theatre, dinner and entertainment. Alternatively, they might escape to the lovely St James's Park for lunch or feed their brain in the British Museum.