The Cavendish Conference Centre is an award winning venue, voted Best Conference Venue Customer Service several years several times in recent years. Located close to Oxford Street, the venue is in the ideal Central location for the launch of UX.LIVE.
We want UX.LIVE to be the centre of the UX community, so we selected a conference hall with lift and ramp acess, to ensure UX.LIVE is easily accessible by all. The conference centre offers unique tiered Amphitheatre in which all of the desks light up (we love this!), and with excellent technical facilities, the Cavendish Centre is renowned for being one of the best in London.
Not only does it have an outstanding reputation, but Cavendish also has excellent transport links. National railway stations Euston, Paddington and Kings-Cross are all a short walking distance, making it easy to get to UX.LIVE without having to travel withing London or stay overnight. That said, guests who choose to stay are able to sample some of the best bits of London, with many of it's awesome attractions, shopping streets and restaurants right on the doorstep!
Cavendish Conference Centre
22 Duchess Mews,
Cavendish Conference centre is based in the heart of the city, minutes walk for some of London's top attractions. If you are a visitor to London, why not make the most of your time here. To help you out, we've created a list of places to see and things to do within a ten minute walk from the conference. Click the links to find out more!
Regent's Park, 5 mins
Great Portland, 5 mins
Oxford Circus, 9 mins
Goodge Street, 10 mins
Bond Street, 10 mins
Marylebone, 15 mins
Euston, 5 mins
St Pancras, 20 mins
Kings Cross, 21 mins
Paddington, 22 mins
Regents Park - One of London's most famous royal parks
The London Palladium - London most famous theatre
Madame tussauds - Check out the world famous waxwork museum
The British Museum - Explore the history of Britain at one of London's best museums
The Sherlock Holmes Museum - A museum dedicated to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's world famous Sherlock Holmes
Oxford Street - Probably Britain's most famous (and busiest) street. Perfect for a few hours hard shopping!
Carnaby Street - London’s No.1 fashion district, selling some of the finest clothes in the capital
Bond Street - Where the rich and famous shop, including - Gucci and Alexander McQueen
Regent Street - The home of the infamous Hamley's toy and and Liberty of London
Mayfair - If you are going here, the ticket for the conference was probably pocket change ;)
Places To Eat
Roux at The Landau - Classy and expensive restaurant
Hard Rock Cafe - For superstars and tourists
Pizza Express - Great for pizza lovers
Burger and lobster - Affordable Lobster (and Burgers)
The Breakfast Club - All Day English Breakfast
Nandos - Really good chicken