Conference facilities

You can either arrange a conference through a conference company, a hotel or a college …

Conference Companies

http://www.conferencecambridge.com/

http://www.conferences-uk.org.uk/Cambridge.asp

http://www.inntel.co.uk/

http://www.cambridgeesol.org/about/news/conferences-events.html

Hotels (that are large enough)

University Arms Hotel http://www.devere-hotels.co.uk/hotel-lodges/locations/university-arms.html

Crown Plaza

Double Tree by Hilton

The Royal Cambridge http://www.theroyalcambridgehotel.co.uk/conferences.htm

Arundel Hotel (potentially more for meeting room space than a conference) http://www.arundelhousehotels.co.uk/cambridge/pages/conferences/index.html

Colleges (that allow conferences)

Christs College – http://www.christs.cam.ac.uk/

Churchill College – They specifically use their Moller Centre http://www.mollercentre.co.uk/

Homerton College (south Cambridge) – http://www.homertonconference.com/

University of Cambridge – They use their purpose built centre http://www.unicen.cam.ac.uk/ or The Pitt Building http://www.cambridge.org/pittbuilding/

Fitzwilliam College – http://www.fitz.cam.ac.uk/

Murry Edwards College – http://www.murrayedwards.cam.ac.uk/conferences/

Robinson College – http://www.robinson.cam.ac.uk/conferences/conference-venue-cambridge.php

Downing College – http://www.downing-conferences-cambridge.co.uk/

Queens College – http://www.queensconferences.com/

Peter House – http://www.peterhouse-conferences.co.uk/

Girton College – http://conferences.girton.cam.ac.uk/

Somewhere a bit different

http://www.cambridgeunited.com/functions/

http://www.wimpole.org/

http://www.madingleyhall.co.uk/