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If you need to cancel the booking or decrease numbers cancellation fees may apply. Cancellations must be confirmed in writing. The notice period becomes effective on confirmation of receipt of such written confirmation. Cancellations fees as follows:
- 2 working days – 50% of the total booking fee
- 1 working day – 100% of the booking fee.
We reserve the right to change the allocated and confirmed room to an alternative room of similar size and quality to the one originally booked in the event that the original venue is unavailable.
Albert House is a building that’s hard to miss. If you’ve ever hit Old St roundabout, you’ll know Albert (affectionately known as Big Al in the office). It looms over Old St just as you turn off the roundabout into Shoreditch, on the right hand side, around 40 yards from the tube station. Whilst the existing blue framing to the façade was arguably striking, it hasn’t stayed. The glass and steel cladding system actually hides an original 1930′s warehouse. Albert House is close to Shoreditch and all the fun. But don’t neglect Old Street in the other direction. There’s the LSO St Luke’s, where the London Symphony Orchestra practises and performs in a refurbishment of an old church, while opposite Whitecross Street Market has a heaving range of lunchtime eats, and some good restaurants (Sabor Iberico is a current favourite). A few steps further takes you to the fantastic Barbican arts centre. And let's not forget about Silicon Roundabout: East London Tech City. The third largest tech cluster in the world after San Francisco and New York.