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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.
If you walk north of Oxford Street along Tottenham Court Road, we’re about 100 yards up on the left (so almost on top of the new Crossrail station). The entrance is just off the main drag in a building that has just been fully refurbished by Derwent London. ORMS architects have created a stunning re-design of the building, with particular emphasis on the ground floor, articulated with a blade and ribbon concept. Tucked round the back of Charlotte Street and almost on top of Tottenham Court Road. "Fitzrovia", the informal name for the area between Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Street’s eastern end, became famous in the 1940s as a raffish zone, popular with carousers like the poet Dylan Thomas. Now it’s a charming district that’s once more on the rise, with art galleries and fashion businesses vying for locations – and it’s set to grow yet further when Crossrail opens its Tottenham Court Road hub. Charlotte Street is its centre, full of restaurants: have a cocktail in the Charlotte Street Hotel’s Oscar Bar. Further north you’ll find that fabulous oddity the BT Tower, while in Tottenham Court Road plenty of browsing opportunities await.