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We are delighted to announce that we will be returning to the Hilton London Metropole Hotel for the 2014 Convention
‘This prestigious hotel will give The Societies the opportunity to expand the ever popular Trade Show and compressive education programme offered at the event’ says CEO Phil Jones.
The venue is situated just 10 minutes walk from the lively West End and Oxford street and is very well served by public transport.
Guest rooms are very comfortable and will offer the opportunity to relax after the day’s events.
Five minutes from Paddington Station where the Heathrow Express rail service takes 15 minutes to Heathrow Airport
Hilton London Metropole
225 Edgware Road,
London W2 1JU, UK
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You can also book a room by calling the reservation line on Tel: +44 (0)207 616
6570 Please quote the code 'GSOCBB'/ Societies' Convention' to be able to book the room for the Societies' Convention. If you ring after normal office hours then
your call will be transferred to central reservation you must quote the above to get the Societies rates.
Central reservation number is 0207 402 4141
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2015 Societies Convention and Trade Show at The Hilton London Metropole Hotel ...
You have 112 days to book for the 2015 Convention Wednesday 14th January 2015
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