Basingstoke

Conference Facilities in Basingstoke

FS-EM are pleased to offer Basingstoke as a conference and business meeting destination. Set in the heart of Hampshire, Basingstoke has a wealth of features to offer to the business visitor. FS-EM are professional conference organisers and have selected and vetted conference venues throughout ; ranging from small business meeting rooms to large conference venues. FS-EM can also provide event management services, training and team building activities in Basingstoke. After substantial redevelopment, Basingstoke now has a vibrant image to reflect its diverse and cultural status.

 

Hassle free conferencing with FS-EM

  • We'll organise your event from start to finish
  • We'll provide an all inclusive package
  • Venue booking and direct liaison with the venue
  • Choice of 2 or 3 venues that meet your requirements
  • UK wide, pre-vetted venues chosen for quality and service

Call the conference hotline for advice about your next conference or business meeting.

Conference Hotline
01590 681765

Basingstoke Travel Information

When traveling to conference venues in Basingstoke, there are good links to the town by rail, road and air.

By Road

Located just off the M3 and M4 motorways with great transport links, Basingstoke is only 35 miles from Heathrow and 50 miles from London, which makes it an ideal location for your business meeting, conference, training programme or team building event.

By Rail

Train service to Basingstoke run from Waterloo, Woking, Salisbury, and Winchester.

National Rail Enquiry Service

Maps of Basingstoke

Mutipmap 1:100000 map of Basingstoke

Places of Interest in Basingstoke

Festival Place

Festival Place Shopping centre opened in October 2002 and contains over 165 shops.

Willis Museum

Learn about Basingstoke?s past at the Willis Museum.

 

Basingstoke has a lot to offer, both day and night

With an extensive range of venues in Basingstoke, FS-EM can cater for
  • large conferences to small business meetings
  • seminars
  • training programmes
  • team building events
  • product launches

Conference Venues in Basingstoke
The Apollo Hotel

The Apollo Hotel

The Apollo Hotel consists of 125 superb bedrooms including luxury suites and executive rooms and is ideally positioned to the business parks of Basingstoke. The excellent accommodation consists of 125 bedrooms tastefully refurbished to the highest standards. The Conference Centre can cater for up to 250 people. These all contain the latest conferencing equipment. For those that wish to relax there is Horizons Health and Fitness Club. These facilities are complemented by two superb Restaurants with two distinctive menus.

Audleys Wood

Audleys Wood

Audleys Wood was originally built for the famous Victorian, Sir George Bradshaw, creator of "Bradshaw?s Railway Guide" and later occupied by the Simonds family of brewing fame. Audleys Wood is a fine example of the Gothic Renaissance style. It became a luxury hotel in 1989, and is now renowned for its superb accommodation, fine cuisine and impeccable service. After passing through the portico carriage entrance, guests find themselves in another, more elegant world, characterised by oak panelling, ornamental ceilings and stone fireplaces. The hotel's pedigree as a private house is reflected in its warmth, comfort and welcoming atmosphere. Traditional decor, comfortable furniture and log fires combine to make Audley Wood the perfect rendezvous for business and leisure visitors alike.

Basingstoke Hanover International

Basingstoke Hanover International

Whether you need an interview room for two or a conference for 600, the Hanover International is geared to provide you with a dedicated business environment. Set in 4.5 acres of woodland just minutes from the M3 and M4 the recently refurbished country house offers all you require, from purpose-built function rooms to state of the art leisure facilities.

Comfort Inn

Comfort Inn

The Comfort Inn Reading South is located on the M4 corridor. It has been completely renovated in 2000 and offers a warm and relaxed atmosphere to its customers. The Comfort Inn Reading South is conveniently situated for the major towns of Reading, Thatcham, Newbury and Bracknell. The hotel offers an A la Carte menu in its informal restaurant and a light bites menu in its lounge bar.

The Elvetham

The Elvetham

The Elvetham is rich in history yet progressive in its approach, and only minutes from the M3 (Junction 4a), 35 miles from London. This stunning 19th century Victorian mansion, was recently acquired by a private family company. As a result, The Elvetham is fast becoming the most highly regarded meeting, conference and special events venue in Hampshire. The thirty-five acres of gardens are available for your use day or night, together with leisure facilities and mini gym.

Hampshire Centrecourt

Hampshire Centrecourt

Combining casual elegance with modern facilities, The Hampshire Centrecourt provides an ideal venue for a business event. From check-in through to departure, the welcome is warm and professional with a clearly evident commitment to the highest standards. Integral to the Hotel is the renowned Reflections Leisure Club where guests can enjoy temporary membership for the duration of their stay. Nearby attractions include Marwell Zoo, Wellington Country Park, Bird World and Underwater World.

Hilton Basingstoke

Hilton Basingstoke

The Hilton Basingstoke is a stylish hotel within walking distance of the town centre and within easy reach of some great Hampshire countryside. The hotel can offer you 141 bedrooms, LivingWell Health Club with swimming pool, sauna, steam room and fitness suite, British Food with a twist in the 'Britisserie' Restaurant and 'Caff? Cino' is the perfect place for that afternoon coffee.

The Romans Country House

The Romans Country House

The Romans Country House Hotel is an elegant turn of the century Manor House, located between the M3 and M4, and just 45 minutes away from London, in the peaceful Hampshire/Berkshire countryside. Built around 1900, on land originally owned by the Duke of Wellington, the wealthy Newnham Davies family commissioned Sir Mervyn McCarthy, who at that time was the Keeper of St. Paul's, to design three houses in the tranquil village of Silchester as gifts for their children. In 1947 the then owners converted The Romans into a Country Club and called it Timber Tops, It wasn't until the late 1950s to early 1960s that The Romans, which was built in the style of the Lutyens, was sympathetically converted into a hotel, now privately owned by the Tuthill Family, the Romans enjoys a reputation for offering modern facilities whilst still retaining the atmosphere and period detail of an Edwardian Country House.

The Swan at Streatley

The Swan at Streatley

The Swan at Streatley is situated on the banks of the river Thames in the village of Streatley on thames in the royal county of Berkshire. The elegant dining room and club room offer relaxing waterside views with a choice of traditional and modern cuisine combined with European dishes. Guests may also use the fully equipped health and leisure club - reflexions - which offers exercise machine exercise pool spa bath sauna steam room. Beauty treatments may also be arranged prior to arrival.

Tylney Hall

Tylney Hall

Tylney Hall is an independently owned country house in the depths of beautiful Hampshire... full of charm, warmth and generous hospitality. This Grade II listed mansion, with its beautiful gardens, is the perfect venue for every occasion. Just five minutes from the M3 (close to London, Heathrow and the M25), Tylney Hall offers the ideal venue for conferences and meetings. With elegant lounges, the Oak Room Restaurant offering the highest standard of gourmet cuisine and fine wines, and the luxurious bedrooms and suites with panoramic views, a stay at Tylney Hall is guaranteed to be a relaxing one.