FPL 2015 will be split across two venues: the Royal Institution, where talks will be delivered, and Imperial College London's South Kensington campus, where workshops, tutorials and the conference banquet will take place. Delegates are encouraged to consider this division when selecting accommodation. The Royal Institution and Imperial College are approximately two miles apart. For detailed information regarding transport, please see the transport page.
Royal Institution (conference venue)
A huge number of hotels suiting a wide range of budgets are located within Mayfair, Soho and St James', all of which are within a short walk of the Royal Institution. Those choosing to stay further away will be able to reach the venue by public transport.
Imperial College London (workshop, tutorial and banquet venue)
Imperial College London's main campus is located in South Kensington. The main entrance is towards the north end of Exhibition Road. The nearest Underground station is South Kensington, served by the Circle, District and Piccadilly lines.
70 single en-suite rooms have been block-booked in one of Imperial College London's halls of residence at Princes Gardens, South Kensington – a stone's throw from the main campus – from 1 to 4 September. Rooms are £87.00 per night, inclusive of breakfast and VAT. Internet access can be purchased upon arrival for £5.00 for the duration of your stay. Delegates can book via phone on +44 (0)2075 949507 or email to . Please quote 'FPL 2015' when booking to receive the agreed rate.
Rooms are also available at reasonable rates within other Imperial College London halls of residence. You can see what's available and book online here.
Those who would prefer to stay in a hotel can, if they wish, choose accommodation from one of our local hotel partners, all of whom offer preferential rates for bookings made via Imperial College London. To book, please call +44 (0)2075 949507 or email .
In particular, the following hotels are located a short walk from Gloucester Road Underground station: a few minutes' walk from Imperial College London and a short, direct Underground journey to the Royal Institution: