From our 14 geostationary satellites in space, delivering global mobile broadband and maritime and aviation safety, to our array of conference, meeting and event rooms providing unrivalled space in the city, no one does space quite like we do.
So much so that our conference room names all share a connection with space and global communications, from Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, to Galileo, the father of observational astronomy.
World’s leading provider of global mobile satellite communications
With 15 state-of-the-art conference rooms and spaces – each featuring all-inclusive audio-visual, sound, lighting.
And with fast, efficient partitioning systems we can mould our spaces to suit your every need.
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99 City Road Conference Centre,
Inmarsat, 99 City Road, London EC1Y 1AX
We are located in the global HQ of Inmarsat on the south east side of Old Street roundabout next to Old Street tube and rail stations.
Old Street tube station is on the Northern Line, 1 minute’s walk away. From the ticket office follow the blue walkway (subway 1) then follow signs to Old Street East (North side). At the top of the stairs at street level follow the road back towards Old Street Roundabout to the pedestrian crossing, cross the road and turn right to get to 99 City Road.
Old Street tube station, on the northern line, is a minute’s walk away. From the ticket office, follow the blue walkway (subway 1). Then follow signs to Old Street East (north side). At the top of the stairs, at street level, follow the road back to the Old Street roundabout. When you reach the pedestrian crossing, cross the road and turn right to reach 99 City Road.
Our drop-off and collection point is in Cowper Street, not City Road. Inmarsat is located at the end of Cowper Street on your right. For satnav, please enter the postcode EC2A 4AP.
We are 35 minutes from London City airport via taxi and 32 minutes via Docklands Light Railway and the Northern line (change at Bank).